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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-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-498@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Tim Thomas\; (831) 521-3304\; timsardine@yahoo.com\; http://www.mon tereywharf.com DESCRIPTION:

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Monterey Fisheries historian and author\, Tim Thomas\,  leads a fascinating 2-hour walk at and near Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf. T his month’s event will focus on “From Sea to Table: The History of Fishing for Sardines\, Abalone\, Calamari\, Salmon\, Crab and More on the Montere y Bay.” Tim will discuss the many cultures who have fished on the Monterey Bay through the years.

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Call Tim Thomas for tick ets and reservations: (831) 521-3304 or Email Tim at timsardine@yahoo.com 

DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170506 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170507 GEO:+36.604577;-121.89273 LOCATION:Fisherman's Wharf\, Monterey @ 1 Old Fishermans Wharf\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Wharf Walks: Walking Tours at Old Fisherman’s Wharf URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/wharf-walks-walking-tours-at-old- fishermans-wharf/ X-COST:$20 Adults\; Children (10-15 yrs.) $15 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-501@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Dennis Copeland\; 831-646-5640 DESCRIPTION:

Tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ri cketts’s Lab) to be held on

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Saturday\, May 13\, 2017 at 9 and 10:30 am\, 12:30\, 2:00 and 3:30 pm. 

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Res ervations are now open for our free one-hour tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ricketts’ Lab) at 800 Cannery Row.

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Reservations for these popular tours are limited and may be made by contacting the Colton Hall Museum at 83 1-646-5640. Please provide the following two items for your reser vation: your name and phone number. Reservations must be made by Friday\, May 12\, by 4:00 pm. The best parking for Cannery Row is the Canne ry Row Parking Garage at 601 Foam Street or there is metered street parkin g. Please allow extra time for parking and walking to the Lab.

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Contact the Museum (646-5640) in advance if\, after making a reserva tion\, you cannot attend the tour. The City of Monterey is committed to in clude the disabled in all of its services\, programs and activities.  If y ou require a hearing amplification device to attend an event\, dial 711 to use CRS to talk to the City Museums and Cultural Arts Division Office at (831) 646-5648 to coordinate use of a device or for information.

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T ours feature a scale model of the Lab in the 1940s\, created by Bill Johnk .  In addition to the tours\, there will be opportunities for visitors to purchase copies of books by or about Ricketts and Steinbeck.  With the pur chase of a book and a minimum $ 5.00 donation\, visitors will receive a ta x-deductible donation receipt.

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Donations will be accepted to suppo rt the City of Monterey’s stewardship of this renowned historic site.

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170513 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170514 GEO:+36.617224;-121.901095 LOCATION:Pacific Biological Laboratories @ 800 Cannery Row\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Free Ed Rickett’s Lab Tour! URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/free-ed-ricketts-lab-tour/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-507@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Dennis Copeland\; 831-646-5640 DESCRIPTION:

Reservations are now open for our free one- hour tours of the Pacific Biological Laboratories (Ed Ricketts’ Lab) at 80 0 Cannery Row. Tours will be held on Saturday\, June 10\, 2017.

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Lab Docents tell the history of the Lab and its pivotal rol e in the life and work of marine biologist Ed Ricketts and of his friendsh ip and collaboration with author John Steinbeck\, and their circle of frie nds at the Lab\, and of the “PBL Members” who bought the Lab in the mid-19 50s and were instrumental in the founding of the Monterey Jazz Festival.\n

Tours feature a scale model of the Lab in the 1940s\, created by Bi ll Johnk.  In addition to the tours\, there will be opportunities for visi tors to purchase copies of books by or about Ricketts and Steinbeck.  With the purchase of a book and a minimum $ 5.00 donation\, visitors will rece ive a tax-deductible donation receipt.

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Reservations for th ese popular tours are limited and may be made by contacting the C olton Hall Museum at 831-646-5640. Please provide the fol lowing two items for your reservation: your name and phone number. Reserva tions must be made by Friday\, June 9\, by 4:00 pm. The best parki ng for Cannery Row is the Cannery Row Parking Garage at 601 Foam Street or there is metered street parking. Please allow extra time for parking and walking to the Lab. Contact the Museum (646-5640) in advance if\, after making a reservation\, you cannot attend the tour. The City of Mont erey is committed to include the disabled in all of its services\, program s and activities.  If you require a hearing amplification device to attend an event\, dial 711 to use CRS to talk to the City Museums and Cultural A rts Division Office at (831) 646-5648 to coordinate use of a device or for information.

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Donations will be accepted to support the City of Mo nterey’s stewardship of this renowned historic site.

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170610 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170611 GEO:+36.617224;-121.901095 LOCATION:Pacific Biological Laboratories @ 800 Cannery Row\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Free Tour of Ed “Doc” Rickett’s Lab URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/free-tour-of-ed-doc-ricketts-lab/ X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploa ds/2017/05/CIty-of-Monterey-250x209.jpg\;157\;131\,medium\;http://www.hist oricmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/CIty-of-Monterey-250x209.jpg\; 157\;131\,large\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/0 5/CIty-of-Monterey-250x209.jpg\;157\;131\,full\;http://www.historicmontere y.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/CIty-of-Monterey-250x209.jpg\;157\;131 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-504@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Callista Turner\; 831-649-7109\; callista.turner@parks.ca.gov\; htt p://www.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

Summer Day Camp at Monterey State Historic Park

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Registration is now open for Los Ninos de Monterey\, the summer day camp that California State Parks runs for kids entering grades 3 – 6. Activities include hands-on period crafts\, games\, and toys\, plus tours of other historic sites in Monterey. Children get t o dress in period attire\, enjoy songs and dances of early California\, an d prepare and eat special foods. There are tow Monday-through-Friday sessi ons: June 12-16 and June 19-23.

DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20170612 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20170617 GEO:+36.602414;-121.894132 LOCATION:Monterey State Historic Park @ 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:2017 Summer Day Camp – Los Ninos de Monterey URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/2017-summer-day-camp-los-ninos-de -monterey/ X-COST:$145 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-519@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Susan Klusmire\; klusmires@att.net DESCRIPTION:

Family fun and lots of activities\, free tours\, talks\, guided walks\, reenactments and more for the entire family during this two-day event. –

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CUSTOM HOUSE PLAZA

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On Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 4:00PM the
\nCustom House Plaza will be the center of the festival.< br />\nMeet cultural groups from throughout Monterey County
\nwho wil l provide information\, demonstrations\,
\npresentations and activiti es!
\nMonterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf will celebrate
\nits 172n d birthday! A Cake Cutting ceremony is at 3:30
\non Sunday at the ten t at the head of the Wharf. Enjoy
\nFREE cake\,  prize drawings
\nand specials provided by Wharf merchants. To
\ncommerate Hippolyte Bouchard’s occupation of
\nMonterey in 1818\, attendees are invited t o come in
\npirate costumes and take “selfies” with pirate statues at
\nthe Pirates Cove on the Wharf. Anthony Lane Band: Enjoy the music of Mike
\nMarotta\, Jr. and friends throughout the day. Local
\n favorite David Marzetti wil be the Master of Ceremonies.
\nTwo Free W harf Walking Tours led by Fisheries
\nhistorian Tim Thomas. Sunday at 1:00 and 2:00pm
\nHistoric Monterey is pleased to share the Plaza wi th the
\nannual Monterey Bay HarvestFest Arts & Crafts Faire
\np ut on by the Pacific Repertory Theater. The Fest is
\nfree to the pub lic and will offer original works paintings\,
\nsculpture\, jewelry\, ceramics and more. Enjoy international food and live

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entertainmen t 10am–6pm4pm both days.

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Pacific House Museum (Cu stom House Plaza)
\n10am—4pm Built in 1847 by the former
\nAmeri can Counsel to Mexico\, Thomas O. Larkin.
\nToday it features Montere y history from the first
\nRumsien people to California Statehood. Vi sit the
\nsecond-floor to see one of the finest privately
\nasse mbled Native American collections in California.
\nFree Walking Tours leave from Pacific House at
\n10:30am\, 12:30pm and 2:00pm both days .
\nApproximately :45 min. Led by State Parks Guides\,
\ntours o f Monterey’s nearby historic sites include the
\nWharf area\, Pacific House\, Custom House\, First Brick
\nHouse\, California’s First Thea ter and Memory Garden.

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Stevenson House Museum (53 0 Houston St.) both
\ndays 10am—4pm. Stevenson House will be open for
\nguided or self-guided tours. Learn about the famous
\nauthor’ s stay in Monterey in 1879.
\nTreasure Hunt for History Stevenson Hou se
\nSunday only – Family Fun! It’s a hunt for history
\ninspire d by Stevenson’s book\, Treasure Island. Pirate
\nCostumes are encour aged! Pick up your Treasure Map
\nPacket at Noon\, follow the map and return by 3:00PM
\nfor prizes and refreshments!
\nStevenson Hou se Presentation 1:00 pm Saturday –
\nWith Curator Lisa Masengale. The Dirt on Cleaning
\nAntiques – Unsure how to clean a family heirloom or
\nwant to reduce chemicals used around your family?
\nLearn b asics of conservation and a greener cleaning
\nethos via demonstratio n by our State Parks Curator.

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Pacific Biological Lab (Doc Ricketts Lab) (800
\nCannery Row) Tour times\; 9am\, 10:30am \,
\n12:30pm\, 2pm\, 3:30pm Saturday Only
\nVisit our website: w ww.monterey.org/museums for
\ntimes and space limitations.
\nRes ervations are required: call 831-646-5640 or email
\nmuseumpt@montere y.org.

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More at Stevenson House Saturday & Sunday all
\nday – Special Museum Exhibit . From the Vault – See
\nthe curatorial staff’s favorite pieces plucked from
\ncollections storage \, many on exhbit for the first time!
\nMonterey Public Library (625 Pacific St.) Sunday
\n3pm – CA State Park’s Michael Green presents sl ide
\nprogram on Cabrillo’s 1542 “Voyage of Discovery” and
\nsha res his experience sailing the Channel Islands on
\nthe replica ship San Salvador.

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Lower Presidio Park (Bldg. 113\, Cp l. Ewing
\nRoad\; enter from Pacific Street& Artillery Road)
\nP residio Museum 10AM–4PM Walking Tours leave
\nfrom the museum at 1:00 PM & 2:30PM Saturday Only
\nHistory Bus Tour of the Upper Presidio le aves
\nthe Presidio Museum at 9:30AM. Saturday Only
\nLimited sp ace.
\nReservations required: 831-646-5640

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11th Annua l Civil War Encampment 10am—4pm.
\nThe Lower Presidio Park i s transformed into a living
\nhistory Civil War camp including a tent ed civilian town
\nand cannon and musket firing demonstrations at
\n11:30AM and 2:30PM both days. For more info\, visit:
\nwww.facebo ok.com/FortMervineCWE.
\nColton Hall and Old Monterey Jail (570 Pacif ic
\nStreet) 10am—4pm both days. Tour Colton Hall built
\nin 184 9\, the site of California’s first constitutional
\nconvention\, firs t public school and Monterey’s most
\nsignificant building. Learn the issues that shaped our
\nfirst constitution. Visit Monterey’s old ja il constructed of
\nthick granite in 1854 and used for more than 100 years
\nadjacent to City Hall.

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House of Four Winds (540 Calle Principal) Built in the
\nearly 1830’s the adobe sp orts California’s first weather
\nvane\, hence its name. The building has the desk that
\nwas used for the signing of California’s first\nconstitution. Now owned and operated by the Monterey
\nCivic Cl ub.
\nOn Sunday from 2:00pm—3:30pm the House of
\nFour Winds wil l host the re-enactment of the California
\nConstitutional Convention (Colton Hall is not available
\nfor public assembly at this time). T he audience can
\nwatch history in the making with local actors portr aying
\nthe delegates as they collaborate to create California’s
\nlandmark constitution of 1849.
\nReservations required: 831-646-56 40 or
\nmuseumpt@monterey.org

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Casa Serrano ( 412 Pacific Street) It was here at
\nCadematori’s Restaurant that the Monterey History & Art
\nAssociation was formed by a group of local citizens
\ndetermined to preserve Monterey’s unique history.
\nT hreatened with demolition this lovely 1840’s adobe was
\npurchased an d preserved by the association. Today
\nyou will find an extensive co llection of artworks in
\nvarious mediums by Jo Mora. Docents will es cort you
\nthrough this charming adobe to view an impressive
\nc ollection of furnishings and early artworks. The adobe
\nis also avai lable as a rental for weddings\, dinners and
\ngatherings. Saturday o nly 11am – 4pm
\nRoyal Presidio Chapel (500 Church Street) Founded
\nin 1770\, this National Historic Landmark is the first
\nbuildin g in California designed by an architect and
\nconstructed of cut sto ne. It remains the oldest church
\nin continuous use in California. T he Heritage Center
\nis open both days Noon-4pm. The chapel is open\nSaturday until 2pm & Sunday until 1pm.

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Custom House< /strong> (Custom House Plaza) 10am—4pm
\nboth days. Represents the ce nter of trade and
\ngovernment and the social center for Mexican Mont erey
\nfrom 1827 to the American arrival in 1846.
\nToday\, it d isplays the type of trade goods that would
\nhave been brought to wha t was then a remote capital of
\nAlta California. Visit the Custom Ho use Store for unique
\ngifts and to purchase your discount tickets fo r
\nChristmas in the Adobes (December 8 & 9\, 2017)
\nTickets av ailable at Custom House Gift Shop.

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Mayo Hayes O’Donnell Li brary – (155 Van Buren St)
\nBuilt in 1876 as the Saint Jame s Episcopal Church. To
\nsave the building from demolition the church was
\npurchased by the Monterey History & Art Association
\nand moved to its current location in 1970. The library
\nhouses a vast c ollection of material\, artifacts and
\nworks of art related to Monte rey’s history. Visitors and
\nresearchers are welcome. Saturday only 11am
\n– 4pm.

DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171014 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171016 LOCATION:Monterey\, California SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Fest URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/save-the-date-for-history-fest/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-526@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Kathi Rapozo Pearce\; 831-524-1754\; nsgwmonterey75@gmail.com\; htt p://www.nsgw.org DESCRIPTION:

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Monter ey Parlor #75 of the Native Sons of the Golden West invites you to the Dis covery of Gold Weekend!

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Headquarter Hotel

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Hotel Abrego Ro om Rates:

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Abrego Room (1 bed) $115.00\; Deluxe Room (1 or 2 beds) $129.00\; Premier Room (1 or 2 beds w/fireplace) $145.00. Rates are plus t ax. Mention Native Sons of the Golden West when making reservations. Deadline for registration and Hotel Reservations is January 17\, 2018.< /strong>

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Sunday Morning Brunch for the Ladies who would like to at tend at Portola Hotel Club Room.

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For more information and to RSVP\ , call or text Kathi Rapozo Pearce @ 831-524-1754 or email nsgwmonterey75@ gmail.com

DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180130 GEO:+36.594677;-121.89208 LOCATION:Hotel Abrego @ 755 Abrego St\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Discovery of Gold Weekend URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/discovery-of-gold-weekend/ X-COST:Various depending on Room Choice END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-533@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall\; 831-646-5640\; www.museumpt@monterey.org\; http://www .monterey.org/museums DESCRIPTION:

Visit over 30 historic venues to discover that learning hist ory is fun in Monterey!

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Participating sites include Presidio Museu m\, Pacific House\, Custom House Colton Hall\, Royal Presidio Chapel\, Hou se of Four Winds\, Casa Gutierrez\, Casa Serrano\, Mayo Hayes O’Donnell Li brary\, Monterey Public Library\, Old Fisherman’s Wharf\, Cooper-Molera Ad obe\, Robert Louis Stevenson House\, Pacific Biological (Doc Rickett’s) La boratory\, and free Walking Tours at Monterey State Historic Park.

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Download Event Brochure with full descriptions and dates/times.

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< a href='http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-fest-2018/history-fe st-brochure-2018-final3/' rel='attachment wp-att-534'>History Fest Brochur e 2018 Final3

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DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181013 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181015 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Fest 2018 URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-fest-2018/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-573@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://www.monterey.org/museum s DESCRIPTION:

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE\, MOST ACTIVITIES FREE

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**NOTE: ONLY ON O CT 5-6.**

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**13th Annual Civil War Camp 10am—4pm. Lower Presidio Historic Park is transformed int o a living history civil war camp and tented civilian town. Cannon and mus ket firing demonstrations both 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 Citize ns League (424 Adams Street) Both days\, 10am-4pm. New Monterey JACL Heritage Center chronicles the history of the Japanes e on the Monterey Peninsula through oral histories\, historic artifacts an d images.  Information: jaclmonterey.org

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Lower Presidio Hi storic Park (Bldg.113\, Cpl Ewing Rd.—Enter from Pacific St. & 76 th Artillery Rd.) Both days\, 10am—4pm. From Spanish expl oration to California statehood\, newly installed interpretive panels desc ribe the Park’s historic sites.

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

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

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Free Walking Tours leave from Custom House at Both day s 10:30am\, 12:30pm and 2:00pm. Approx. 45 min. Led by State Park s Guides of Monterey’s nearby historic sites including the Custom House\, Memory Garden and Pacific House.

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Custom House (Cu stom House Plaza at Fisherman’s Wharf) Both days\, 10am—4pm. State Historic Landmark #1\, and the center of trade and government in Mexican Monterey.  View displays of goods brought to early California abo ard foreign trade ships.

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Custom House Gift Shop s ells 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 Pacific 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 mos t historically significant buildings. Learn the stories and issues that sh aped 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 yea rs.

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

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Royal Presi dio Chapel (500 Church St.) Both days Sa turday\, 2:30—4pm\, Sunday: 1-4 p.m.  The Royal Presidio Chapel – San Carlos Cathedral of Monterey – is the “Plymouth Rock” of the Old Span ish Colonial Capital of Alta California. Oldest continuously functioning p lace of worship in the state since 1770.

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The Royal Presidi o Chapel Heritage Center Both days\, 10 am—4pm.< /p>\n

Cooper-Molera 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 n ew displays\, stories and activities. In Diaz Adobe view “Night Wo rks” by local painter Andrew Jackson. Enjoy scrumptious treats an d 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 Episcopal Church\, then purchased and moved to its cur rent site in 1969 by Monterey History & Art Association. The non-circulati ng library has a vast collection of material about Monterey and California history. Visitors and researchers welcome. https://mhod.weebly.com

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Casa Serr ano (412 Pacific St.) Both days\, 10am—4pm.  Bui lt in 1843 by Florencio Serrano and family. The adobe houses one of the la rgest collections of work by California artist Jo Mora\; other well-known Monterey artists also showcased.  The adobe was purchased and restored in1 958 by the Monterey History and Art Association.

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Treasure Hunt for History Stevenson House (530 Houston Street) Sat urday only\, 11am-3 pm. — Family fun! It’s a hunt for history bas ed on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. Pirate costumes a re 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 h eading out to find the historic places on your map. Return by 2:00 pm for a prize from the Treasure Chest!

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Custom H ouse Living 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 – Historic fun for the whole family!

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Lo wer Presidio Historic Park Walking Tour Saturday only\, 1 0 – 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 onl y\, 1-4 pm. Open for self-guided tours. Learn about famous author Robert Louis Stevenson’s stay in Monterey in 1879. View the exhibit of St evenson’s personal artifacts.

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Larkin House & Sherman Quart ers Archives Crawl Special Exhibit (Corner of Jefferson Street an d 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 per tour. Sign up at house.

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Joseph Boston Store (Adjacent to Scott Street and behind the Pacific House/Memory Garden) Saturday only\, 11am—3pm. Enter the 1850s and visit one of Monterey’s first general stores sellin g 1850s themed items\, history books\, and local\, artisan products.  Be s ure to check out Monterey’s first safe\, hence the building’s name\, Casa del Oro. Receive an old-fashioned candy stick with any purchase!

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< strong>Pacific Biological Lab Open Hours (Doc Ricketts’s Lab) (80 0 Cannery Row) Saturday 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\, including John Steinbeck.  Reservatio ns are required – space is limited. To reserve: Phone: 831-646-5640.  Email: museumpt@m onterey.org

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Monterey Peninsula Archives Crawl (Various locations). Saturday only 10am— 4pm. Free Event . Take a self-guided tour to various sites highlighting 20 region al institutions displaying rare and unseen items from their historic colle ctions. Historians and archivists will be on hand to share stories behind these rare items\, their importance\, and why we preserve them. Some sites require a passport. Passports will be available for pick up the morning o f the event at the Colton Hall Museum located at 570 Pacific Street\, Mont erey\, CA. Register at eventbrite.com or call: Chalet Boo ker at 831-242-8743.

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A Night of History & Hops (Japanese American Citizens League (JACL)) Saturday only\, 5:00pm-8:00PM. Join us for “A Night of History & Hops” wi th a talk from Historian Tim Thomas\, an archivists panel Q&A\, and the sp ecially brewed “Dank & Dusty” in collaboration with the Alvarado Street Br ewing Company for this event. Register for this 21 and over reception at eventbrite.com. A commemorative glass wil l be sold for $10. Be sure to bring your completed Archives Crawl stamped passport for a chance to win prizes. This is a free event\, space is limit ed\, registration is required. For more info: 831-242-8743 or email booker@monterey.or g.

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Old Fisherman’s Wharf Sun day only\, 1pm—5pm.  Celebrate our 174th birthday! FREE cake cutt ing by Mayor Clyde Roberson at 3:30 pm near Abalonetti’s Restaurant. Maste r of Ceremonies: Dave Marzetti. Music: The Money Band.

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Act ivities on the Wharf: Sunday only\, 1pm—5pm Phot o op with a Princess\, strolling stilt walkers and face painters\, local a uthors book signings\, selfies with pirate statues\, AND prize drawings an d specials from Wharf merchants. Free one-hour Wharf Walks with historian Tim Thomas. Monterey Fire Boat Demo\, Fire Engine and Monterey Police Dept .  Information: montereywharf.com.

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1849 Constitutional Con vention Reenactment Colton Hall\, (570 Pacific S treet) Sunday only\, 2:00 – 3:30pm. Loca l actors portray delegates in debate during the bilingual convention which resulted in California’s landmark constitution\, a truly pioneering docum ent. Performance takes place in historic Colton Hall where the debates hap pened. Reservations are required – space is limited. To reserve: Phone: 831-646-5640.  Email: museumpt@monterey.org

DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20191012 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20191014 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Fest 2019 URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-fest-2019/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploa ds/2019/09/Untitled-1-700x106.png\;700\;106\,medium\;http://www.historicmo nterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Untitled-1-700x106.png\;700\;106\,la rge\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Untitled-1 -700x106.png\;700\;106\,full\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/u ploads/2019/09/Untitled-1-700x106.png\;700\;106 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-472@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Tim Thomas\; 831-521-3304\; timsardine@yahoo.com DESCRIPTION:

Join one of Monterey’s best historic interpreters for a fasc inating journey into Asian contributions to Monterey’s past. Often overloo ked\, Japanese fisherman worked\, struggled and lived along the coast of M onterey Bay. Mr. Thomas will bring their surprising story to life. Please make advance reservations by calling 831-521-3304. Group rates are availab le.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20161203T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20161203T120000 GEO:+36.604515;-121.892687 LOCATION:Old Fisherman's Wharf @ Fishermans Wharf\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Wharf Walks: the Fascinating History of the Japanese Fisherman on M onterey Bay URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/wharf-walks-the-fascinating-histo ry-of-the-japanese-fisherman-on-monterey-bay/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-463@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael Green\; 8316497172\; michael@parks.ca.gov\; http://www.park s.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

cita-vol-compReturn to the days of Alta Cali fornia and see Monterey’s historic adobes splendidly decorated for the sea son with welcoming\, candle-lit luminarias at each entrance!  Enjoy festiv e music\, living history portrayers\, and the warm spirit of this year’s 3 3rd annual celebration that has become a family favorite during the holida ys. Twenty-two adobes located throughout Monterey’s historic downtown open their doors for the festivities from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. on December 9 & 10.

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Tickets go on sale beginning October 15 at the Custom House St ore located near the entrance to Fisherman’s Wharf. Phone: (831) 649-7111.   Or\, buy tickets online at www.mshpa.org< /a>. On event nights\, you may purchase tickets and find Will Call at Paci fic House Museum\, located on the west side of Custom House Plaza.

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cita-cs-faulkner-compThis charitable fund raiser is sponsored by the Monterey State Historic Park Association in partnership with many o ther historic downtown adobes\, some of which are not r open to the public during the rest of the year.

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 Adults $25\; Youth (ages 6-17) only $2 (when accompanied by paying adult)\; Children age 5 and under are admi tted free. Active U.S. Military discounts and discounts for groups of 12 o r more persons are offered for single-night tickets. For those who enjoy a leisurely pace to “see it all\,” a two-night Gold Pass is $40.

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Proceeds support Monterey Stat e Historic Park’s educational and school history programs.

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Tickets : http:// www.mshpa.org.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20161209T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20161209T210000 GEO:+36.602414;-121.894132 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey @ 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;COUNT=2 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:33rd Annual Christmas in the Adobes Dec. 9 & 10 URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/33rd-annual-christmas-in-the-adob es/ X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploa ds/2016/09/CITA-Vol-Comp-250x375.jpg\;133\;200\,medium\;http://www.histori cmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/CITA-Vol-Comp-250x375.jpg\;133\;2 00\,large\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/CITA -Vol-Comp-250x375.jpg\;133\;200\,full\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp- content/uploads/2016/09/CITA-Vol-Comp-250x375.jpg\;133\;200 X-COST:$25 Adult\; $2 Youth (age 6-17) Children Free X-TICKETS-URL:http://www.mshpa.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-426@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Wendy Brickman\; (831) 633-4444\; brickman@brickmanmarketing.com\; http://www.montereywharf.com DESCRIPTION:

Whalefest Monterey - Marine L
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The Monterey Fisherman’ s Wharf Association is proud to again sponsor and hold the 7th ANNUAL WHAL EFEST MONTEREY at and around Old Fisherman’s Wharf\, in Monterey\, Califor nia\, The Whale Watching Capital of the World™ on Saturda y\, January 28th and Sunday\, January 29th\, 2017 from 10:00 AM t o 5:00 PM.

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This free fun and educational\, interactive family even t for all ages celebrates the migration of the gray whales. The event also benefits many local and national marine organizations that inspire\, educ ate\, explore and empower the public to protect the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.

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Among the highlights will be a 2-day symposium w ith lectures and documentaries related to ocean and marine life conservati on\, musical performances\, and many educational displays by participating organizations. Thousands of attendees are expected to attend this coming year that range from local families and school children who want to learn more about our maritime environment to visitors from near and far who want to explore the annual whale migration.

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Weather permitting\, whale watching tours\, fishing\, sailing and glass bottom boats (for a fee) wil l be operating from the Wharf\, and Wharf restaurants will be serving lunc h and dinner.

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Wharf shops will also be featuring marine-themed mer chandise.

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Whale watchers come from around the world to Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf to view hundreds of whales\, orcas\, dolphins and pe licans who continue to feast on a “krill and anchovy buffet” in the Monter ey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. Throughout the year\, this Whale Watchin g Capital of the World offers sightings of 15 species of whales\ , 10 species of dolphins\, 2 species of porpoise\, 6 species of pinnipeds and 1 species of fissiped (sea otter).

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About Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf

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Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf is open 365 days a year including during the holidays (holiday schedule is on the events page on www .montereywharf.com). Visitors to Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf will want to plan their visit to include lunch or dinner at one of the many Wh arf restaurants.  A visit to the beautiful Monterey Peninsula just isn’t c omplete without a rendezvous with Old Fisherman’s Wharf near downtown Mont erey that was built in 1845 for regular passenger and freight service.  Kn own as the “Whale Watching Capital of the World™” and a top destination of visitors from around the world\, Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf provide s a wide array of award-winning dining\, shopping\, live theater\, special events\, whale watching\, bay cruises\, a glass bottom boat\, marine life \, fishing and sailing\, and strolling leisurely in a gorgeous setting ove rlooking the Monterey Bay. Savor delicious cuisine at a myriad of fabulous restaurants featuring stunning views and award-winning Italian food\, sus tainable seafood\, grass-fed steaks\, including the region’s famous clam c howder and calamari. Enjoy salt water taffy\, homemade chocolates\, carame l apples\, cotton candy and many other yummy treats. View sea otters\, sea lions\, harbor seals\, dolphins\, whales\, sea birds and other wildlife “ up close and personal” that also share the Wharf. Watch people who have go ne out and caught their own fish on the local and chartered fishing boats return with their own “catch of the day”.   Celebrate the first location i n Monterey County where tender abalone was cooked and served in a restaura nt. Check out the many fun shops to find the perfect memento of your visit and a variety of unique gifts. Enjoy the exquisite views and the “best pl ace to walk and people watch” in Monterey County!

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By going to www.montereywharf.com \, visitors to Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf can also access the “Wo nders of the Wharf” free VIP Card promotion with 25 special offers (coupon s) easily accessible on the website that can be shown on a smart phone or iPad. For more information\, email info@montereywharf.com or call (831) 238-0777.

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Situated near dow ntown Monterey\, Old Fisherman’s Wharf is conveniently located along the M onterey Bay Recreation Trail and has plenty of nearby parking. Residents w ith Monterey County ID can park free for 2 hours in the adjacent Waterfron t parking lot.

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For more information about Monterey’s Old Fisherman ’s Wharf\, go to ww w.montereywharf.com.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170128T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170128T170000 GEO:+36.601569;-121.89188 LOCATION:Old Fisherman's Wharf @ Fishermans Wharf\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, U SA RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20170129T235959Z SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:7th Annual Whalefest Monterey URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/7th-annual-whalefest-monterey/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-482@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:831-521-2313\; https://www.oldmontereyfoundation.org DESCRIPTION:

Old Monterey Foundation is pleased to announce a special Low er Presidio Historic Park Entrance Sign Unveiling Ceremony at the entrance to Lower Presidio Historic Park. The Ceremony will take place at the bott om of the hill off of Pacific Street and Artillery Road on Friday\, Februa ry 3rd from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

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The community\, elected official s and the media are welcome to attend. Parking is available across the str eet in the Heritage Harbor Parking Lot or up the hill next to the Presidio of Monterey Museum (#113 Corporal Ewing Road off of Artillery Road) The L ower Presidio Historic Park is one of the least-visited historic parks in the area due to some confusion about whether the public is allowed in the area.  Situated in a “hidden in plain sight” location\, the park features spectacular views of the Monterey Bay and Harbor and will become a jewel o f the City of Monterey’s park system.

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According to Frank Sollecito \, past President of Old Monterey Foundation\, “We are thrilled to unveil the new attractive eye-catching sign that will allow our visitors and loca ls to more easily see the entrance to the Lower Presidio Historic Park\,”T his is a wonderfully spacious multi-use important historic public park tha t should be better utilized and our new sign will point the way. For the f irst time in over twenty years possession of the Park by the City of Monte rey\, a sign confirming the “Public is Welcome” will erase any confusion a bout entering the military reservation.

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The beautiful entrance sig n was designed by Kelly McCay of Pacific Grove\, Sandy Freeman was the Des ign Manager\, the sign was produced by Monterey Signs and installed by the City of Monterey. We sincerely thank the Rotary Club of Monterey for dona ting the funds necessary to fund the sign work as part of a Legacy Project for the Club. This is just the first step of many to enhance and restore this outstanding historic Park. Funds are also being raised to create an A DA-accessible path to the Sloat Monument as well as restore the head to th e historic Saint Serra statue\, ideally later this year.”

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The Lowe r Presidio Historic Park\, described as “The Most Historically Significant Site on the West Coast” and “One of the Most Beautiful Places in Monterey ” is on its way to becoming a true historic public park to be enjoyed by l ocals and visitors. Old Monterey Foundation\, in cooperation with the City of Monterey and Department of the Army\, has raised initial funds to begi n Phase One of the project to enhance and restore this historic 25.3-acre site and is now seeking public donations to help complete the project. Old Monterey Foundation invites everyone to become members of “Friends of the Lower Presidio” at www.oldmontereyfoundation.org and make tax-deductible donatio ns to more quickly restore the park.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170203T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170203T140000 GEO:+36.604753;-121.895111 LOCATION:Lower Presidio Historic Park Entrance @ Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Lower Presidio Historic Park Ceremony URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/lower-presidio-historic-park-cere mony/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-485@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael Green\; 8316497172\; michael@parks.ca.gov\; https://www.msh pa.org DESCRIPTION:

Monterey State Historic Park Needs Volunteers. Attend this recruitment presentation and enjoy a slide show on the vol unteer program followed by a question and answer forum to learn how to bec ome a State Park Volunteer at MSHP. We need your help at the Custom House Store\, with school field trips\, and presenting Monterey history to our m any visitors to the area. No prior experience needed – park staff will train you! RSVP to michae l@parks.ca.gov or by calling (831) 649-7172.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170310T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170310T190000 GEO:+36.603241;-121.893584 LOCATION:Custom House @ 1 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Volunteer Recruitment at MSHP URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/volunteer-recruitment-at-mshp/ X-WP-IMAGES-URL:thumbnail\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploa ds/2017/02/Volunteers-at-MSHP-250x375.jpg\;148\;222\,medium\;http://www.hi storicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Volunteers-at-MSHP-250x375.j pg\;148\;222\,large\;http://www.historicmonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/20 17/02/Volunteers-at-MSHP-250x375.jpg\;148\;222\,full\;http://www.historicm onterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Volunteers-at-MSHP-250x375.jpg\;148 \;222 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-492@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Salinas Public Library\; (831) 758-7311 DESCRIPTION:

Nina Simon\, Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of art & Hist ory invites you to join a conversation about how mission-driven organizati ons can matter more to more people.  Nina Simon Event SPL FINAL

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170413T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170413T113000 GEO:+36.972021;-122.029341 LOCATION:John Steinbeck Library @ 350 Lincoln St\, Santa Cruz\, CA 95060\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Art of Relevance with Nina Simon URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/the-art-of-relevance-with-nina-si mon/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-488@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://historicmonterey.org DESCRIPTION:

A FREE community event for all… individuals \, groups\, families and friends.  Win a membership to Historic Monterey a nd other surprises! Participants will have free admission to all historic locations on the list!

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Join your neighbors\, friends and family fo r an adventure through historic Monterey! Test your knowledge of local his tory\, visit 20 historic sites and become part of the past!

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Schedule:   History Hunt packets can be picked up after 11:30 at 2 locations:

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  • Custom House\, Custom House Plaza at the entr ance to Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf
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Your packet will incl ude a list of 20 questions\, a map of historic Monterey\, a time schedule and of course the rules for the hunt!

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History Hunt from 12 – 3 – you will have 3 hours to set your path th rough history and answer the questions. At 3:00 turn in y our answers and join other contestants at the Monterey Public Libr ary for a community party including refreshments\, music and an a wards presentation for History Hunt winners. Free to participants.

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      www. historicmonterey.org –  Colton Hall Museum at 831-646-5640

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Hist oric Monterey  – a partnership between the City of Monterey\ , California State    Historic Park and the Monterey History & Art Associa tion

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H istory Hunt Flyer 2017

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170513T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170513T160000 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Hunt and Community Party URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-hunt-and-community-party/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-495@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Wendy Brickman\; (831) 372-2311\; lamerienda86@gmail.com\; http://m useumofmonterey.org/lamerienda DESCRIPTION:

La Merienda

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Monterey Histo ry and Art Association’s 86th Annual La Merienda!

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June 3\, 2017
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11:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
\nMemory Garden\, 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey

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The community is invited to celebrate the 86th Annual Mont erey History and Art La Merienda and the City of Monterey’s 247th birthday with a very special barbecue buffet extravaganza\, with entertainment by Mike Marotta\, Jr. & special guests\, mariachis\, and folklorico dancers\, and a festive “Californio” party in the historic Memory Garden on Custom House Plaza on Saturday\, June 4\, 2016. La Merienda (Spanish word for pic nic) includes great food and entertainment\, a procession\, and much\, muc h more. This not-to-be missed very special community event celebrates the founding of the City of Monterey in June 1770 when Father Junipero Serra ( recently canonized as a Saint by Pope Francis) and Captain Gaspar de Porto la celebrated with a picnic overlooking the Monterey Bay. All guests are a lso welcome to dress in 18th century costume.

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Tickets: http://www.museumofmonter ey.org/lamerinda/.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170603T111500 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170603T150000 GEO:+36.602414;-121.894132 LOCATION:Memory Garden Monterey\, CA @ 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, C A 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:86th Annual La Merienda URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/86th-annual-la-merienda/ X-COST:$65 General $55 for MHAA Members X-TICKETS-URL:http://www.museumofmonterey.org/lamerinda/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-516@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT: DESCRIPTION:

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Tuesday July 4th BIG Little Backy ard BBQ & Entertainment Extravaganza on the City Hall Grounds. Live Music from Foreverland\, Operation Rock\, Undercover\, and Mustache Harbor.

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Carnival games\, face painting\, Balloon Artists\, Jump Houses\, – Al cohol free all day. Great Food.

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Celebrity Host Candy James from KW AV 96.9FM

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Fun for the whole family!!!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170704T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170704T163000 GEO:+36.59835;-121.896413 LOCATION:Colton Hall @ Pacific St & Jefferson St\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, US A SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:City of Monterey’s 30th Annual 4th of July! URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/city-of-montereys-30th-annual-4th -of-july/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-513@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael Green\; 831-649-7172\; michael@parks.ca.gov\; http://www.pa rks.ca.gov/?page_id=24072 DESCRIPTION:

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Livi ng History Day!

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The Most Family Fun You’ll Ha ve Learning Monterey History!

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Monterey State Historic Par k is celebrating our country’s independence with a special Living History Day on July 4\, 11am-3pm in the Memory Garden. After the City Parade\, bri ng the whole family for some historic fun!

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Demonstrations include blacksmithing\, rope making\, leather stamping\, 19th C. games\ , military drill and historic music and dancing.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170704T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20170704T150000 GEO:+36.602414;-121.894132 LOCATION:Memory Garden Monterey\, CA @ 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, C A 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:July 4 Living History Day URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/july-4-living-history-day/ X-COST:Adults $3: Youth $1\; Age 5-and-under Free END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-522@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Nancy Runyon\; 831-649-8132\; nancy@nancyrunyon.com DESCRIPTION:

What does the precursor to the CIA have to do with midcentur y architects and the
\ncreative process? Pierluigi Serraino will answ er this question as he explores the goals
\nand findings of an almost forgotten moment in 1959 when forty preeminent modern
\narchitects w ere invited to the University of California’s Institute of Personality
\nAssessment and Research for a study that attempted to gauge the nature of creativity.
\nAmong the participants were luminaries Eero Saarine n\, Louis Kahn\, Richard Neutra\,
\nPhilip Johnson\, I.M. Pei\, Georg e Nelson\, Eliot Noyes\, Pietro Belluschi\, Serge Chermayeff
\nand A. Quincy Jones. For three days straight these architects endured intensive< br />\ninterviews\, questionnaires\, and both group and solitary testing o f their creative abilities.
\nWhat makes a person creative? Are there biographical conditions and personality traits
\nnecessary to actual ize that creativity? How did each architect perceive his or her own
\nplace in architectural history?
\nThe results of this fascinating s tudy—a matchless and controversial episode in the
\nannals of both mo dern architecture and psychology—were originally intended to be
\npub lished. They never have been\, until now\, in Serraino’s highly praised\, incredibly
\nintimate\, at times uncomfortable\, always inspiring and thought-provoking portrait\, as
\ndrawn in his 2016 book\, The Creat ive Architect.
\nAbout the Speaker:
\nPierluigi Serraino\, AIA w as born in 1965 in Messina\, Italy. He holds multiple professional
\n and research degrees in architecture from Italy and the United States. Pri or to opening
\nhis independent design practice\, Serraino worked on a variety of residential and
\ninstitutional projects with Mark Mack Architects\; Skidmore\, Owings and Merrill\; and
\nAnshen+Allen. He h as lectured on architectural photography\, digital design and
\nCalif ornia Modernism at numerous universities and museums around the globe.
\nDrawing on his in-depth expertise in modern architecture\, he has devo ted part of his
\ndesign practice to rehabilitation\, remodeling\, an d adding to midcentury modern
\nresidential and commercial properties .
\nIn 2013 he was co-recipient with Karla Britton of the Graham Foun dation grant on the
\narchitectural photography of Robert Damora. His projects and writings have appeared in
\nArchitectural Record\, Artf orum\, Architectural Design\, and The Architect’s Newspaper\,
\namong others. Serraino is the author of Modernism Rediscovered (Taschen\, 2000\ , now
\nin its third printing)\; NorCalMod: Icons of Northern Califor nia Modernism (Chronicle
\nBooks\, 2006)\; and The Creative Architect : Inside the Great Midcentury Personality Study
\n(The Monacelli Pres s\, June 2016). His upcoming projects include a history of California
\nmodernism\, co-authored with Alan Hess\, and a comprehensive anthology of
\narchitectural photographer Marvin Rand\, co-authored with Emily Bills and Sam Lubell\,
\nboth to be released in 2018.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20171012T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20171012T203000 GEO:+36.615349;-121.921717 LOCATION:Canterbury Woods Auditorium @ 651 Sinex Ave\, Pacific Grove\, CA 9 3950\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Creative Architect: URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/the-creative-architect/ X-COST:$15 at the door - Free to AMAP members & residents of Canterbury Woo ds END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-525@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:831-238-0777\; http://www.montereywharf.com DESCRIPTION:
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  • Live entertainment by The Anthony Lane Band from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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  • Master of Ceremonies David Marzetti will host the event and conduct Wharf free prize drawings every half hour.
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  • Free Wharf Birthday Cake at the Wharf Tent in front of Abalonett i Bar & Grill at 3:30 pm. Enjoy a free slice of the delicious whale-themed  birthday cake donated by Fisherman’s Wharf Association.
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  •  Meet Monterey Police\, Fire & Local Heroes.
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The first 150 kids will receive a Junior Firef ighter Hat  

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  • The community is invited to bring the ir historic Wharf photos and photo albums to Share Your Wharf Memories bet ween 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm at the Wharf Tent.
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  • Free one-hour “Wharf W alks” with Fisheries Historian Tim Thomas at 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm starting at the head of the Wharf.
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  • The event will commemorate the Argentine sailor pirate H ippolyte Bouchard who raided and occupied Monterey in 1818. Attendees are invited to come in a pirate or sailor costume and take “selfies” with pira te statues on the Wharf.
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Paluca Trattoria: Calamar i Puttenesca 

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Grotto Fish Market – Kokomo’s Seafo od Cocktail

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Scales Seafood & Steaks: Fried Calama ri Appetizer

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Café Fina: Wharf Bi rthday Heirloom Tomato Bruschetta –  

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      •  Carousel Candies – Dark Chocolate Fresh Raspberries Clusters and also Halloween Turtle Chocolate PopsDomenico’s On the Wharf’s Fish Market Deli (Outside): Grilled Sardines for $1 each  Old Fisherman’s Grotto: Calamari & Marinated Artichoke Appetizer
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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20171015T130000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20171015T170000 GEO:+36.603608;-121.893341 LOCATION:Old Fisherman's Wharf @ 1 Fishermans Wharf\, Monterey\, CA 93940\ , USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf to hold 172 Birthday on Sunday Oct . 15 During History Fest URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/montereys-old-fishermans-wharf-to -hold-172-birthday-on-sunday-oct-15-during-history-fest/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-529@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael D. Green\; 831-649-7172\; michael@parks.ca.gov\; https://ww w.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

Learn how you can become a valued volunteer at Monterey Stat e Historic Park. RSVP to register at the contact’s phone number.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20180622T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20180622T183000 GEO:+36.603241;-121.893584 LOCATION:Custom House\, Monterey CA @ 1 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Volunteer Workshop URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/volunteer-workshop/ END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-530@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael D. Green\; 831-649-7172\; michael@parks.ca.gov\; https://ww w.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

Join the staff and volunteers at Monterey SHP for Living His tory Demonstrations – Fun for the whole family after the City of Monterey’ s July 4th Parade. Step back in time to see what life was like in Old Mont erey. Blacksmithing\, Rope Making Basket Weaving\, Military Drill\, Cooking\, Games and more!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20180704T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20180704T150000 GEO:+36.602414;-121.894132 LOCATION:Memory Garden @ 20 Custom House Plaza\, Monterey\, CA 93940\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:July 4th Living History Day URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/july-4th-living-history-day/ X-COST:$5 Adults $2 Children END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-540@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael Green\; 831-649-7172\; michael.greeen@parks.ca.gov\; https: //www.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

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Two Nights – December 7 & 8! 5pm to 9pm

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Walk into 22 Mexican Era Adobes during two nights of festive holiday fun for the whole family! Each adobe offers their own tak e on holiday cheer – many with music\, dancing\, refreshments and costumed docents who take you back in time with stories of Old Monterey and the pe ople who lived here.

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Tickets go on sale starting October 13 at the Custom House\, or on-line at www.mshpa.org. Early Bird $ 5 discounts on adult single-night tickets apply until Oct. 31.     $5 Disc ounts for each in groups of 12 or more and active military discounts avail able as well.

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Proceeds support our non-profit Mon terey State Historic Park Association who work to educate and transport sc hool children in need to the park and fund restoration projects.

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T ickets: https://www.mshpa.org.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20181207T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20181207T210000 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:35th Annual Christmas in the Adobes URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/35th-annual-christmas-in-the-adob es-2/ X-COST:Adults $25\; Youth $2\, Kids 5 and under-free X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.mshpa.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-535@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Michael Green\; 831-649-7172\; michael.greeen@parks.ca.gov\; https: //www.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

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Walk into 22 Mexican Era Adobes during two nights of festive holiday fun for the whole family! Each adobe offers thei r own take on holiday cheer – many with music\, dancing\, refreshments and costumed docents who take you back in time with stories of Old Monterey a nd the people who lived here.

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Tickets go on sale starting October 13 at the Custom House\, or on-line at www.mshpa.org. Ear ly Bird $5 discounts on adult single-night tickets apply until Oct. 31.     $5 Discounts for each in groups of 12 or more and active military discou nts available as well.

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Proceeds support our non-p rofit Monterey State Historic Park Association who work to educate and tra nsport school children in need to the park and fund restoration projects.< /p>\n

Tickets: https://www.mshpa.org.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20181208T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20181208T210000 LOCATION:Historic Downtown Monterey SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:35th Annual Christmas in the Adobes URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/35th-annual-christmas-in-the-adob es/ X-COST:Adults $25\; Youth $2\, Kids 5 and under-free X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.mshpa.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-548@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Cooper-Molera Staff\; 831-223-0172\; https://coopermolera.org/ DESCRIPTION:

The whole family can join the fun by searching for the answe rs to history questions.  Admission is free to all historic locations on t he list. Test your knowledge of local history. Visit 25 historic sites and become a part of the past!

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Pick up your participant packet at eit her two locations no sooner than 11:45am. Go to Cooper-Molera Adobe 506 Mu nras Ave or Custom House\, located at the entrance to Fisherman’s Wharf.  Your packet will contain a list of 25 questions\, a map\, time schedule & the rules.

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You’ll have 3 hours to find the answers and meet back a t the Cooper-Molera Adobe to turn in your answers.  Stay and party with th e other contestants\, congratulate the winners and get your reward!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190511T113000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190511T170000 GEO:+36.59719;-121.89503 LOCATION:Cooper-Molera Adobe @ 520 Polk Street Monterey\, CA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Hunt & Community Party URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-hunt-community-party/ X-COST-TYPE:free END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-562@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Lisa Bradford\; (831) 869-1550\; Lisa.Bradford@parks.ca.gov\; https ://www.parks.ca.gov/mshp DESCRIPTION:

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After enjoying the City of Monterey’s July 4th Pa rade\, come to Monterey State Historic Park’s LIVING HISTORY DAY!< /strong>

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For the price of admission at NO EXTRA COST:

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SEE historic re-enactors in period costume who will demonstra te the ways of 19th C life!

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JOIN the First New York Volunt eer Company of American soldiers to practice with their company o fficer. Earn an historic coin and certificate as payment for your service!

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CREATE your own rope using our ultra-fancy\, han d-cranking\, Volcano Red Rider Rope-making machine! (The first and last of it’s kind!)

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WITNESS the art of the Black Smith as he creates your very own souvenir finger ring made from an authentic IRON NAIL!

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BRING the entire family for bushels of good\, clean Historic California Fun!

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MAKE your own genuine leather bookmark stamped with your FAVORITE LETTERS!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190704T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190704T140000 GEO:+36.602405;-121.894063 LOCATION:Memory Garden @ 20 Custom House Plaza Monterey\, CA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:July 4th Living History Day URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/july-4th-living-history-day-2/ X-COST-TYPE:free X-COST:$5/$2 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-582@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:(831)646-3933 DESCRIPTION:

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John Steinbeck: War Correspondent

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Though primarily remembered as a novelist\, Joh n Steinbeck was also a war correspondent during World War II. Join us for a riveting presentation on this often overlooked part of Steinbeck’s legac y led by National Steinbeck Center Visiting Scholar and Dean of Ohio Unive rsity’s College of Arts and Sciences Dr. David Wrobel.

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This event is free\, but reservations are required. Sign up online or contact the Mon terey Public Library Library Help Desk at (831)646-3933 for assistance. Pr esented in cooperation with the National Steinbeck Center\, as part of the Monterey Public Library’s ongoing history lecture series.

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Tickets: https://montereypl.libcal.com/event/5522597. DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190907T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190907T153000 LOCATION:Monterey Public Library\, Community Room @ 625 Pacific Street\, Mo nterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:History Lecture Series: John Steinbeck\, War Correspondent URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/history-lecture-series-john-stein beck-war-correspondent/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-TICKETS-URL:https://montereypl.libcal.com/event/5522597 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-574@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://www.monterey.org/museum s/ DESCRIPTION:

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Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratorie s

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Make your plans to visit Ed Ricketts’s L ab during its Open Hours. Phone 831-646-5640 to reserve y our space.

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Open Hour times: 9 and 10:30 am\, 12:30\, 2 and 3:30 pm .

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Building capacity: 15 people. Schedule some time for parking dow n at Cannery Row and your visit to the Lab.

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The Museums & Cultural Arts Staff appreciate the time and talents of our PBL Volunteers\, so cat ch them in action!

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DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190914T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20190914T160000 LOCATION:Pacific Biological Labs @ 800 Cannery Row\, Monterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratories URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/open-hours-at-the-pacific-biologi cal-laboratories/ X-COST-TYPE:free END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-575@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://www.monterey.org/museum s/ DESCRIPTION:

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Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratories

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Be a part of History Fest by making plans to visit Ed Ricketts’s Lab during i ts Open Hours. Phone 831-646-5640 to reserve your space.< /p>\n

Open Hour times: 9 and 10:30 am\, 12:30\, 2 and 3:30 pm.

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B uilding capacity: 15 people. Schedule some time for parking down at Canner y Row and your visit to the Lab.

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The Museums & Cultural Arts Staff appreciate the time and talents of our PBL Volunteers\, so catch them in action!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T160000 LOCATION:Pacific Biological Labs @ 800 Cannery Row\, Monterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratories URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/open-hours-at-the-pacific-biologi cal-laboratories-2/ X-COST-TYPE:free END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-571@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Chalet Booker\; 831-242-8743\; Booker@monterey.org\; https://www.fa cebook.com/MontereyPeninsulaArchivesCrawl/ DESCRIPTION:

Join us during Monterey’s History Fest by taking a self-guided tour to various sites highlighting 20 region al institutions displaying rare and unseen items from their historic colle ctions. Historians and archivist will be on hand to share the stories behi nd these rare items\, their importance\, and why we preserve them. This is a free event\, however registration is required to access sites and obtai n the passport. For additional questions or information\, please visit our Facebo ok page or contact Chalet Booker at 831-242-8743.

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Passports will be available for pick up the morning of the event at Colton Hall Museum located at 570 Pacific Street\, Monterey\, CA 93940.

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Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2019-monterey-penin sula-archives-crawl-tickets-62860486407?aff=ebapi.

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T160000 LOCATION:Colton Hall Museum @ 570 Pacific Street\, Monterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:2019 Monterey Peninsula Archives Crawl URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/2019-monterey-peninsula-archives- crawl/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-2019-monterey-peninsula-arch ives-crawl-tickets-62860486407?aff=ebapi END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-572@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Chalet Booker\; 831-242-8743\; Booker@monterey.org\; https://www.fa cebook.com/MontereyPeninsulaArchivesCrawl/ DESCRIPTION:

Part of the Monterey History Fest\, join us for “A Night of History & Hops” with a talk from Historian Tim Thomas\, an Archivist Q&A\, and a beer brewed in collaboration with the Alvarado Street Brewing Company\, Dank & Dusty. Reg ister for this evening’s 21 and over reception located at the historic Japanese American Citize ns League (JACL). A commemorative glass* will be sold for $10\, and be sure to bring your completed Archives Crawl stamped passport to be entere d for a chance to win prizes.

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This is a free event\, space is limi ted**\, and registration is required. Please register at Eventbrite. For more information plea se contact Chalet Booker at 831-242-8743\, email at booker@monterey.org\, or find us on Facebook.

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*$10 glass purchase required for beer consumpt ion

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**Approximately 80 seats available on a first come\, first ser ve basis. Standing room available once seats are filled

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Tickets: < a class='ai1ec-ticket-url-exported' href='https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-n ight-of-history-hops-by-the-monterey-peninsula-archives-crawl-tickets-6286 2179471?aff=ebapi'>https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-night-of-history-hops-by -the-monterey-peninsula-archives-crawl-tickets-62862179471?aff=ebapi.< /p> DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191012T200000 LOCATION:Japanese American Citizens League of Monterey Peninsula @ 424 Adam s Street Monterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:“A Night of History & Hops” by the Monterey Peninsula Archives Craw l URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/a-night-of-history-hops-by-the-mo nterey-peninsula-archives-crawl/ X-COST-TYPE:external X-TICKETS-URL:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-night-of-history-hops-by-the-m onterey-peninsula-archives-crawl-tickets-62862179471?aff=ebapi END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT UID:ai1ec-576@www.historicmonterey.org DTSTAMP:20191122T213016Z CATEGORIES: CONTACT:Colton Hall Museum\; 831-646-5640\; https://www.monterey.org/museum s/ DESCRIPTION:

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Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratories

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Mak e your plans to visit Ed Ricketts’s Lab during its Open Hours. Phone 831-6 46-5640 to reserve your space.

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Open Hour times: 9 and 10:30 am\, 12:30\, 2 and 3:30 pm.

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Building capacity: 15 peopl e. Schedule some time for parking down at Cannery Row and your visit to th e Lab.

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The Museums & Cultural Arts Staff appreciate the time and t alents of our PBL Volunteers\, so catch them in action!

DTSTART;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191109T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/Los_Angeles:20191109T160000 LOCATION:Pacific Biological Labs @ 800 Cannery Row\, Monterey\, CA 93940 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Open Hours at the Pacific Biological Laboratories URL:http://www.historicmonterey.org/event/open-hours-at-the-pacific-biologi cal-laboratories-3/ X-COST-TYPE:free END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR