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Georgia Moon, the vintage furniture and home decor store in Grover Beach, is changing locations. The store will have room to expand in its new commercial building at 141 North 6th St. in Grover Beach. With its bigger space, owner Georgia Terrell hopes to add outdoor and architectural salvage items. More information can be found at www.georgia-moon.com.

The seventh and final Harry Potter book is almost here, and it's sure to bring long lines with it. To head off the beaten path, try Chelsea Bookshop in Paso Robles, which is celebrating with a release party on July 20 from 11 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Free refreshments will be available and prizes will be given away. Reserve your book and RSVP by calling 237-2464.

The 23rd annual Central Coast Renaissance Festival will visit El Chorro Regional Park on July 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and July 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Performers from all over California will recreate a Renaissance village from 400 years ago. Don't miss the authentic costumes, comedy, dance shows, royal joust, and, of course, turkey legs. Adult tickets are $14, senior tickets are $10, and kids ages 6 to 12 get in for $8. Parking is $1 at Cuesta College.

United Blood Services Central Coast is in desperate need of plasma (the fluid portion of blood). In an attempt to attract donors, the organization is giving away 46-inch plasma TVs. One free TV will be given at each center to raise awareness.

New Frontiers Natural Marketplace is raising money for the Central Coast Natural History Association. On July 18, five percent of all gross sales will benefit education in local state parks, including the Morro Bay Museum of Natural History, Pismo Nature Center, Monarch Butterfly Grove, Junior Rangers, and more.

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