This Saturday, the San Miguel Senior Citizens are serving a delicious Taco Feed from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Senior Center at 601 E. 12th St. off N Street.
A plate of tacos, beans and salad with a dessert brownie is $10, and you could win a door prize. Proceeds are for repairs and maintenance.
On the second Wednesday of each month, the North County California Highway Patrol will reach out to local communities to get acquainted and make friends. All are invited to “Coffee with the CHP,” a new program beginning on Wednesday, Aug. 12, at 8:30 a.m. at Nature’s Touch, 25 Main St. in Templeton.
CHP Lt. Scott Parker will be there to discuss the agency’s work and answer questions.
The object of the sessions is to interact with the community on a more personal level. CHP officers are neighbors. They attend churches, belong to organizations and shop at local stores besides keeping highways and byways safe.
The Library Summer Reading Program is winding down this month, but reading continues all year around.
At the San Miguel Library, check out paper and audio books, movies, games, music and magazines. If needed, books may be ordered.
New at the library is a copier for public use. There is teen corner and a cozy spot for the youngsters, with all their favorite books handy. The San Miguel Library is part of the Black Gold Cooperative Library System, which links libraries in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.
Go to www.discoversanmiguel.com for historic pictures and stories about early days in San Miguel and current information and photos on San Miguel businesses, organizations, churches, events and opportunities to volunteer.