Paso Robles Daily News Announces Weekend Events in Paso Robles

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New feature, "Weekend Events in Paso Robles", makes it easy to find out what's happening this weekend in Paso Robles.

There’s always something exciting to do and see in Paso Robles, from special events, to shopping, dining, tours, wine tasting and more. The Paso Robles Daily News recently published a list of the top events this weekend in Paso Robles, Calif.

Here is a list of major events this weekend in Paso Robles and future events:

Luxury Beer Tour – Oct. 28

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Luxury Beer Tour on Friday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Enjoy food, tastings, and tours at The Hatch, Red Soles Stillhouse, BarrelHouse Brewery, Firestone Walker Brewery, and Earth and Fire Brewing Company. All inclusive tickets are $125.

Haunted Caves At Eberle Winery – Oct. 28-29

Lit by a team of professionals, the 17,000 square feet of underground caves at Eberle are turned into a frightening delight recommended for trick-or-treaters 8-years-old and older. Parents can sip, sample and scream the night away with wine tasting and spine tingling treats. $5 donation requested. For information call (805) 238-9607.

Charles Paddock Zoo Boo– Oct. 29

Get the whole family to dress up in costume for carnival games and Halloween activities at the Charles Paddock Zoo located at 9100 Morro Rd. in Atascadero. The festivities begin at 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Admission for Zoo Members is $9 and for non-members it’s $10. Admission is free for kids that are 2 yrs. old and under.

Paso Robles Harvest Half Marathon– Oct. 30

The Harvest Half Marathon is held at La Vigne Winery. All proceeds go to the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District. The race starts at 7 a.m. For information visit harvestmarathon.com/contact-us.

Safe & Fun Halloween Downtown – Oct. 30

Trick-or-treat in downtown Paso Robles with local area merchants during the Safe and Fun Halloween Downtown. Ghouls, ghosts and the Main Street witches will be on-hand for this popular Halloween event that promises to be safe and fun for children of all ages. Event is all over downtown Paso Robles from 4-7 p.m.

2016 Paderewski Festival – Nov. 2-6

The Paderewski Festival celebrates the legacy of Paso Robles’ most famous resident, Ignacy Jan Paderewski – virtuoso pianist, composer, international politician, local landowner, grower and winemaker – with five days of concerts and special events featuring internationally-renowned performers. Held in venues throughout Paso Robles, this year’s line-up includes performances by young pianists from California’s Central Coast and Cultural Exchange Program students from Poland and Ukraine, as well as a piano master class, film screening, and wine tasting opportunities.

The Paso Robles Daily News is owned and operated by Access Publishing, The company's other publications include the A-Town Daily News, the San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide and the Templeton Community Guide. Access Publishing, 806 9th St. Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 226-5714.

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