Cal Poly students can have still-hot cookies delivered right to their door. Sophomore Kelly Bambrick is rolling out the dough to earn some cash. She’s baking Cookies for Thailand to raise money, so she can study abroad in Thailand this … Continue reading
Bishop Peak. It’s the hike on every Cal Poly student’s bucket list. Apparently, you can’t even identify yourself as a Mustang until you’ve made it to the peak and back down. I’ve been wanting to hike the monumental mountain for … Continue reading
As a broadcast major at Cal Poly, I’m a reporter for our on-campus news station, CPTV. In our most recent broadcast, which aired this morning, I got the opportunity to anchor with my friend and fellow reporter, Ed Zuchelli. I … Continue reading
The Sm(ART) Studio is a creative reuse depot that opened its doors to the San Luis Obispo community just two weeks ago on November 12th, 2012.
Director, Terri Kurczewski, hopes to provide a community space where people of all ages can come and be creative.
While Kurczewski embraces the Do-It-Yourself philosophy, she also hopes to spread ecological awareness throughout San Luis Obispo.
The Sm(ART) Studio is a non-profit organization that funds the Child Development Resource Center of the Central Coast.
You can find more information about the Sm(ART) Studio by clicking on the links below:
Or better yet, stop by the Sm(ART) Studio at
3591 Sacramento #104 (between Ricardo and Industrial, across from Browder’s Painting)
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
On Thursday, November 16th, I had the pleasure of hearing George Lewis speak at Cal Poly. Lewis has been an NBC Broadcast Journalist for the past 42 years, and he has a lot to show for it. He’s been to … Continue reading
Picking Daisies is a Fabric and Table Linen store in Downtown San Luis Obispo. I stumbled upon this local gem while I was on the hunt for fabric with a Union Jack print. I called everywhere I could think of … Continue reading
Feeling crafty? Head down to the Cal Poly Craft Sale before it ends at 5:30 today!
Students will be selling their own crafts, so go get inspired and support your peers!
If you can’t make it to the craft sale today, don’t fret. They have craft sales twice a year. You can also check out the Cal Poly Craft Center! It’s located on the first floor of the University Union.
Take a class or just pop in to work on your own project. The craft center is a great atmosphere to work in because everyone there loves to craft!
A variety of craft supply stores exist in the San Luis Obispo area. While not all of them specialize in craft supplies, many of them carry supplies that work well for DIY projects.
The pie chart above shows the results from the poll in my last post. Thank you to the 98 people who voted! Your input is greatly appreciated. If you click on the chart, you can view an interactive version of it (AKA a fancier version).
Below is a map of the most popular places to buy craft supplies in San Luis Obispo. Click on each pushpin to see the name, location, and a description of each store.
Explore the craft stores of San Luis Obispo through these links: