A local forum for big ideas where you can join your Estero Bay neighbors from Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos and Cambria to explore the things that unite us, inspire us, and connect us.
Thursday, November 14th from 5:30p-7:30p
Windows on the Water at 699 Embarcadero in Morro Bay
Windows on the Water delectable hors d'oeuvres and LIVE POLLING! Have some fun answering some warm up questions about life on our gorgeous stretch of coastline.
District 2 County Supervisor Bruce Gibson and Morro Bay Councilmember Marlys McPherson will join community activist Marilee Hyman for a panel discussion on the "Hows and Whys" of participating in local government. How can I elevate my concern through government up to the policy makers in a way that gets my voice heard? The answer may surprise you.
Four business and community leaders from the Estero Bay will share their big ideas that are happening now or happening soon.
- Susan Steeb, CFO of All Good Brand, will share All Good's journey to becoming a B Corp, finding a place in the iconic and historic Sun Bulletin building in Morro Bay, and growing to an organic products company selling all around the world while holding true to their vision that people are inspired to live in balance with nature.
- Paul Irving, Founder of Big, Big, SLO, will share his motivation for building community with music throughout the county through events like Beer on the Pier, Baywood Lighted Boat Parade, Bayfest and the Zongo Yachting Cup. He also publishes the go-to calendar for music lovers and is the music editor for the Estero Bay News.
- John DiNunzio, Transportation Planner for SLOCOG, will share his agency's vision for a bike path uniting the Estero Bay from north to south.
- Andrea Wogsland, Executive Director for Greenspace - The Cambria Land Trust, will share an inspiring investment in nature: Greenspace's #3000Trees Initiative where families and students are investing in nature by growing and then planting 3,000 Monterey Pine Trees in Cambria.