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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//23.235.210.126//NONSGML kigkonsult.se iCalcreator 2.24.2// CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Historic Monterey X-WR-CALDESC: X-FROM-URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org X-WR-TIMEZONE:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/Los_Angeles X-LIC-LOCATION:America/Los_Angeles BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:20191103T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0700 TZOFFSETTO:-0800 RDATE:20201101T020000 TZNAME:PST END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:20200308T020000 TZOFFSETFROM:-0800 TZOFFSETTO:-0700 RDATE:20210314T020000 TZNAME:PDT END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-573@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T204248Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://www.monterey.org/museum s DESCRIPTION:PROGRAM SCHEDULE\, MOST ACTIVITIES FREE\n**NOTE: ONLY ON OCT 5- 6.**\n**13th Annual Civil War Camp 10am—4pm. Lower Presidio Historic Park is transformed into a living history civil war camp and tented civilian to wn. Cannon and musket firing demonstrations both days\, 11:30am and 2:30pm . For information: www.facebook.com/FortMervineCWE.**\nOctober 12 & 13\, 2 019\nMonterey Japanese American Citizens League (424 Adams Street) Both da ys\, 10am-4pm. New Monterey JACL Heritage Center chronicles the history of the Japanese on the Monterey Peninsula through oral histories\, historic artifacts and images.  Information: jaclmonterey.org\nLower Presidio Histo ric Park (Bldg.113\, Cpl Ewing Rd.—Enter from Pacific St. & 76th Artillery Rd.) Both days\, 10am—4pm. From Spanish exploration to California stateho od\, newly installed interpretive panels describe the Park’s historic site s.\nPresidio Museum at Lower Presidio Historic Park Both days\, 10am-4pm\, “A Monterey Gem!” \nPacific House Museum (Custom House Plaza) Both days\, 10am—4pm\,  Built in 1847 by former American Counsel to Mexico\, Thomas O . Larkin. Museum features Monterey history from the first Rumsien people t o California Statehood.\nFree Walking Tours leave from Custom House at Bot h days 10:30am\, 12:30pm and 2:00pm. Approx. 45 min. Led by State Parks Gu ides of Monterey’s nearby historic sites including the Custom House\, Memo ry Garden and Pacific House.\nCustom House (Custom House Plaza at Fisherma n’s Wharf) Both days\, 10am—4pm. State Historic Landmark #1\, and the cent er of trade and government in Mexican Monterey.  View displays of goods br ought to early California aboard foreign trade ships.\nCustom House Gift S hop sells unique gifts. Discount tickets available this weekend for Monter ey’s holiday festival\, Christmas in the Adobes (Dec. 13 & 14\, 2019)\nCol ton Hall & Old Monterey Jail (570 Pacific St.) Both days\, 10am—4pm. Tour historic Colton Hall (1849)\, the site of California’s constitutional conv ention\, California’s first public school\, and one of Monterey’s most his torically significant buildings. Learn the stories and issues that shaped our state’s first constitution. Built in 1854 of thick granite\, the jail\ , located at the rear of Colton Hall\, was used for more than 100 years.\n House of Four Winds (540 Calle Principal) Both days\, 10am—4pm. Built in t he early 1830s the adobe displays California’s first weather vane\, hence its name. The building has the desk that was used for the signing of Calif ornia’s first constitution. Owned and operated by the Monterey Civic Club. \nRoyal Presidio Chapel (500 Church St.) Both days Saturday\, 2:30—4pm\, S unday: 1-4 p.m.  The Royal Presidio Chapel – San Carlos Cathedral of Monte rey – is the “Plymouth Rock” of the Old Spanish Colonial Capital of Alta C alifornia. Oldest continuously functioning place of worship in the state s ince 1770.\nThe Royal Presidio Chapel Heritage Center Both days\, 10 am—4p m.\nCooper-Molera Adobe (Munras Ave. at Polk St.) Both days\, 11am—4pm.  W ander the orchard and garden of this newly renovated property. Step into t he past in the Cooper Adobe to see new displays\, stories and activities. In Diaz Adobe view “Night Works” by local painter Andrew Jackson. Enjoy sc rumptious treats and coffee at Alta Bakery.\nMayo Hayes O’Donnell Library (155 Van Buren St.) Both days\, 11am—4pm.  Built in 1876 as Saint James Ep iscopal Church\, then purchased and moved to its current site in 1969 by M onterey History & Art Association. The non-circulating library has a vast collection of material about Monterey and California history. Visitors and researchers welcome. https://mhod.weebly.com\nCasa Serrano (412 Pacific S t.) Both days\, 10am—4pm.  Built in 1843 by Florencio Serrano and family. The adobe houses one of the largest collections of work by California arti st Jo Mora\; other well-known Monterey artists also showcased.  The adobe was purchased and restored in1958 by the Monterey History and Art Associat ion.\nTreasure Hunt for History Stevenson House (530 Houston Street) Satur day only\, 11am-3 pm. — Family fun! It’s a hunt for history based on Rober t Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. Pirate costumes are encouraged! Pick up your Treasure Map at the building at 11:00 am\, and get a pirate tattoo painted on your face or arm before heading out to find the historic place s on your map. Return by 2:00 pm for a prize from the Treasure Chest!\nCus tom House Living History Day Cactus Garden (front of building) Saturday on ly\, 11am—3pm. Experience games and crafts of an earlier time: Leather boo kmark stamping\, Old-Fashioned Games\, and Rope making – Historic fun for the whole family!\nLower Presidio Historic Park Walking Tour Saturday only \, 10 – 11:30 am. Join Army Historian Cameron Binkley for an overview tour of the historic park. Meet in front of Presidio Museum.\nStevenson House Museum (530 Houston St.) Saturday only\, 1-4 pm. Open for self-guided tour s. Learn about famous author Robert Louis Stevenson’s stay in Monterey in 1879. View the exhibit of Stevenson’s personal artifacts.\nLarkin House & Sherman Quarters Archives Crawl Special Exhibit (Corner of Jefferson Stree t and Calle Principal).  Saturday only\, 10 am-4 pm. Travels with Alice – A Photographic Tour of the World in the Sherman Quarters.\nFree Larkin Hou se Tours Saturday only: 11 am\, 1 pm\, and 3 pm. Meet at Front Porch. 15 m aximum per tour. Sign up at house.\nJoseph Boston Store (Adjacent to Scott Street and behind the Pacific House/Memory Garden) Saturday only\, 11am—3 pm. Enter the 1850s and visit one of Monterey’s first general stores selli ng 1850s themed items\, history books\, and local\, artisan products.  Be sure to check out Monterey’s first safe\, hence the building’s name\, Casa del Oro. Receive an old-fashioned candy stick with any purchase!\nPacific Biological Lab Open Hours (Doc Ricketts’s Lab) (800 Cannery Row) Saturday only Open Hours: 9:00 and 10:30am\; 12:30\, 2:00\, and 3:30 pm.\nFlashbac k in time with stories of the heyday years of marine biologist Ed ‘Doc’ Ri cketts and his circle of friends\, including John Steinbeck.  Reservations are required – space is limited. To reserve: Phone: 831-646-5640.  Email: museumpt@monterey.org\nMonterey Peninsula Archives Crawl (Various locatio ns). Saturday only 10am— 4pm. Free Event. Take a self-guided tour to vario us sites highlighting 20 regional institutions displaying rare and unseen items from their historic collections. Historians and archivists will be o n hand to share stories behind these rare items\, their importance\, and w hy we preserve them. Some sites require a passport. Passports will be avai lable for pick up the morning of the event at the Colton Hall Museum locat ed at 570 Pacific Street\, Monterey\, CA. Register at eventbrite.com or ca ll: Chalet Booker at 831-242-8743.\nA Night of History & Hops (Japanese Am erican Citizens League (JACL)) Saturday only\, 5:00pm-8:00PM. Join us for “A Night of History & Hops” with a talk from Historian Tim Thomas\, an arc hivists panel Q&A\, and the specially brewed “Dank & Dusty” in collaborati on with the Alvarado Street Brewing Company for this event. Register for t his 21 and over reception at eventbrite.com. A commemorative glass will be sold for $10. Be sure to bring your completed Archives Crawl stamped pass port for a chance to win prizes. This is a free event\, space is limited\, registration is required. For more info: 831-242-8743 or email booker@mon terey.org.\nOld Fisherman’s Wharf Sunday only\, 1pm—5pm.  Celebrate our 17 4th birthday! FREE cake cutting by Mayor Clyde Roberson at 3:30 pm near Ab alonetti’s Restaurant. Master of Ceremonies: Dave Marzetti. Music: The Mon ey Band.\nActivities on the Wharf: Sunday only\, 1pm—5pm Photo op with a P rincess\, strolling stilt walkers and face painters\, local authors book s ignings\, selfies with pirate statues\, AND prize drawings and specials fr om Wharf merchants. Free one-hour Wharf Walks with historian Tim Thomas. M onterey Fire Boat Demo\, Fire Engine and Monterey Police Dept.  Informatio n: montereywharf.com.\n1849 Constitutional Convention Reenactment Colton H all\, (570 Pacific Street) Sunday only\, 2:00 – 3:30pm. Local actors portr ay delegates in debate during the bilingual convention which resulted in C alifornia’s landmark constitution\, a truly pioneering document. 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PROGRAM SCHEDULE\, MOST ACTIVITIES F REE

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**NOTE: ONLY ON OCT 5-6.**

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**13th Annual Civil War Camp 10am—4pm. Lower Presidio Historic Park is transformed into a living history civil wa r camp and tented civilian town. Cannon and musket firing demonstrations b oth days\, 11:30am and 2:30pm. For information: www.facebook.com/FortMervineCWE.**

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October 12 & 13\, 2019

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Monterey Japanese American Citizens League (424 Ada ms Street) Both days\, 10am-4pm. New Monterey JACL Herita ge Center chronicles the history of the Japanese on the Monterey Peninsula through oral histories\, historic artifacts and images.  Informat ion: jaclmonterey.org

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Lower Presidio Historic Park (Bldg. 113\, Cpl Ewing Rd.—Enter from Pacific St. & 76th Artillery Rd.) B oth days\, 10am—4pm. From Spanish exploration to California state hood\, newly installed interpretive panels describe the Park’s historic si tes.

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Presidio Museum at Lower Presidio Historic Park Both days\, 10am-4pm\, “A Monterey Gem!”

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Pacific House Museum (Custom House Plaza) Both days\ , 10am—4pm\,  Built in 1847 by former American Counsel to Mexico\ , Thomas O. Larkin. Museum features Monterey history from the first Rumsie n people to California Statehood.

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Free Walking Tours leave from Custom House at Both days 10:30am\, 12:30pm and 2:0 0pm. Approx. 45 min. Led by State Parks Guides of Monterey’s near by historic sites including the Custom House\, Memory Garden and Pacific H ouse.

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Custom House (Custom House Plaza at Fisherm an’s Wharf) Both days\, 10am—4pm. State Historic Landmark #1\, and the center of trade and government in Mexican Monterey.  View di splays of goods brought to early California aboard foreign trade ships.

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Custom House Gift Shop sells unique gifts. Discount tickets available this weekend for Monterey’s holiday festival\, Christmas in the Adobes (Dec. 13 & 14\, 2019)

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Colton Hall & Old Monterey Jail (570 Pacif ic St.) Both days\, 10am—4pm. Tour historic Colton Hall ( 1849)\, the site of California’s constitutional convention\, California’s first public school\, and one of Monterey’s most historically significant buildings. Learn the stories and issues that shaped our state’s first cons titution. Built in 1854 of thick granite\, the jail\, located at the rear of Colton Hall\, was used for more than 100 years.

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House o f Four Winds (540 Calle Principal) Both days\, 10am—4pm. Built in the early 1830s the adobe displays California’s first we ather vane\, hence its name. The building has the desk that was used for t he signing of California’s first constitution. Owned and operated by the M onterey Civic Club.

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Royal Presidio Chapel (500 Ch urch St.) Both days Saturday\, 2:30—4pm\, Sunday: 1-4 p.m.  The Royal Presidio Chapel – San Carlos Cathedral of Mo nterey – is the “Plymouth Rock” of the Old Spanish Colonial Capital of Alt a California. Oldest continuously functioning place of worship in the stat e since 1770.

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The Royal Presidio Chapel Heritage Center Both days\, 10 am—4pm.

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Cooper-Mole ra Adobe (Munras Ave. at Polk St.) Both days\, 11am—4pm.  Wander the orchard and garden of this newly renovated property. Step into the past in the Cooper Adobe to see new displays\, stories and a ctivities. In Diaz Adobe view “Night Works” by local pain ter Andrew Jackson. Enjoy scrumptious treats and coffee at Alta Bakery.

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Mayo Hayes O’Donnell Library (155 Van Buren St.) Both days\, 11am—4pm.  Built in 1876 as Saint James Episcop al Church\, then purchased and moved to its current site in 1969 by Monter ey History & Art Association. The non-circulating library has a vast colle ction of material about Monterey and California history. Visitors and rese archers welcome. https://mhod.we ebly.com

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Casa Serrano (412 Pacific S t.) Both days\, 10am—4pm.  Built in 1843 by Florencio Ser rano and family. The adobe houses one of the largest collections of work b y California artist Jo Mora\; other well-known Monterey artists also showc ased.  The adobe was purchased and restored in1958 by the Monterey History and Art Association.

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Treasure Hunt for History Stevenson House (530 Houston Street) Saturday only\, 11am-3 pm. — Family fun! It’s a hunt for history based on Robert Louis Stevenso n’s Treasure Island. Pirate costumes are encouraged! Pick up your Treasure Map at the building at 11:00 am\, and get a pir ate tattoo painted on your face or arm before heading out to find the hist oric places on your map. Return by 2:00 pm for a prize fr om the Treasure Chest!

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Custom House Livin g History Day Cactus Garden (front of building) Saturday only\, 11am—3pm. Experience games and crafts of an earlier time: Leather bookmark stamping\, Old-Fashioned Games\, and Rope making – Histor ic fun for the whole family!

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Lower Presidio Historic Park Walking Tour Saturday only\, 10 – 11:30 am. Join Army Historian Cameron Binkley for an overview tour of the historic park. Meet in front of Presidio Museum.

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Stevenson House Museum (530 Houston St.) Saturday only\, 1-4 pm. Open f or self-guided tours. Learn about famous author Robert Louis Stevenson’s s tay in Monterey in 1879. View the exhibit of Stevenson’s personal artifact s.

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Larkin House & Sherman Quarters Archives Crawl Special Exhibit (Corner of Jefferson Street and Calle Principal).  Saturday only\, 10 am-4 pm. Travels with Alice – A Photographic Tour of the World in the Sherman Quarters.

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Free Larkin House Tours Saturday only: 11 am\, 1 pm\, and 3 pm. Meet at Front Porch. 15 maximum p er tour. Sign up at house.

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Joseph Boston Sto re (Adjacent to Scott Street and behind the Pacific House/Memory Garden) Saturday only\, 11am—3pm. Enter the 1850s and vis it one of Monterey’s first general stores selling 1850s themed items\, his tory books\, and local\, artisan products.  Be sure to check out Monterey’ s first safe\, hence the building’s name\, Casa del Oro. Receive an old-fa shioned candy stick with any purchase!

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Pacific Biological Lab Open Hours (Doc Ricketts’s Lab) (800 Cannery Row) Sat urday only Open Hours: 9:00 and 10:30am\; 12:30\, 2:00\, and 3:30 pm.

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Flashback in time with stories of the heyday years of marine biologist Ed ‘Doc’ Ricketts and his circle of friends\, i ncluding John Steinbeck.  Reservations are required – space is limited. To reserve: Phone: 831-646-5640.  Email: < a href='mailto:museumpt@monterey.org'>museumpt@monterey.org\n

Monterey Peninsula Archives Crawl (Various locatio ns). Saturday only 10am— 4pm. Free Event. Take a self-gui ded tour to various sites highlighting 20 regional institutions displaying rare and unseen items from their historic collections. Historians and arc hivists will be on hand to share stories behind these rare items\, their i mportance\, and why we preserve them. Some sites require a passport. Passp orts will be available for pick up the morning of the event at the Colton Hall Museum located at 570 Pacific Street\, Monterey\, CA. Register at eventbrite.com or call: Chalet Booker at 831-242-874 3.

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A Night of History & Hops (Japanese A merican Citizens League (JACL)) Saturday only\, 5:00pm-8:00PM. Join us for “A Night of History & Hops” with a talk from Historian T im Thomas\, an archivists panel Q&A\, and the specially brewed “Dank & Dus ty” in collaboration with the Alvarado Street Brewing Company for this eve nt. Register for this 21 and over reception at ev entbrite.com. A commemorative glass will be sold for $10. Be sure to bring your completed Archives Crawl stamped passport for a chance to w in prizes. This is a free event\, space is limited\, registration is requi red. For more info: 831-242-8743 or email booker@monterey.org.

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Old Fisherman’s Wharf Sunday only\, 1pm—5pm.  Celebrate our 174th birthday! FREE cake cutting by Mayor Clyde Roberso n at 3:30 pm near Abalonetti’s Restaurant. Master of Ceremonies: Dave Marz etti. Music: The Money Band.

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Activities on the Wharf: Sunday only\, 1pm—5pm Photo op with a Princess\, str olling stilt walkers and face painters\, local authors book signings\, sel fies with pirate statues\, AND prize drawings and specials from Wharf merc hants. Free one-hour Wharf Walks with historian Tim Thomas. Monterey Fire Boat Demo\, Fire Engine and Monterey Police Dept.  Information: montereywharf.com.< /strong>

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1849 Constitutional Convention Reenactment Colton Hall\, (570 Pacific Street) Sunday only \, 2:00 – 3:30pm. Local actors portray delegates in debate during the bilingual convention which resulted in California’s landmark constitution\, a truly pioneering document. Performance takes pla ce in historic Colton Hall where the debates happened. Reserva tions are required – space is limited. To reserve: Phone: 83 1-646-5640.  Email: museump t@monterey.org

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