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Cayucos Sea Glass Festival Offers Flavor and Ocean View

Cayucos, California –  You can now set your calendar for the 5th annual Cayucos Sea Glass Festival at the Cayuncos Vet’s Hall, which overlooks one of the best beaches on the Central Coast.

Festival officials have slated this eclectic event for March 14 and 15, a popular hobby along coastal regions worldwide. This year, festival goers will enjoy live music from local bands such as Thunder Canyon String Band, Back Bay Betty and the Mystery Brothers.

The festival has gained international attention from world renowned sea glass aficionados since it first began five years ago with sea glass enthusiasts and craftspeople from around the world. They will all converge again on this quaint beach to sell and showcase their sea glass creations, jewelry, keepsakes and treasures.

Sea glass pieces are affectionately known as “Mermaid Tears” and mermaids have become an integral addition to the festival. New this year is “Mermaid March” and through the month of March, Cayucos businesses will be displaying their own individual artistic creations of mermaids.

Visitors are invited to stroll through town to admire the creative art forms ranging from stained glass and paper Mache mermaids to metal and wooden mermaid sculptures. Festival officials said the Mermaid March is sure to delight all who find joy in these maidens (and mermen) from the sea.

Tickets for the event are available for $5 per day at the door. Preview tickets are available for $15 at the door and allow early entrance (one hour) into the event on Saturday.

Event runs Saturday, March 14 from 10:00 am to  5:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 15 from 11:00 am to 4:00 p.m. Preview tickets are available at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 14.

–Ann-Marie Mesquita

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