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Fireside Chats at the Library
Navigating Democracy in the Era of Big Data & Deep Fakes

A thought-provoking topical series developed to engage our community through lively conversation on an array of subjects, facilitated by an expert speaker and to be held at the beautiful, historic Harrison Memorial Library in Carmel.

Our speaker is Andrew Drummond, PhD., CSUMB’s Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

This event is full! Call 831-624-2811 to be added to the waitlist.

Harrison Memorial Library, Ocean and Lincoln, Carmel.  Questions? Call 831-624-2811.

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Henry Meade Williams Local History Lecture Series
Robinson & Una Jeffers – “Our Inevitable Place”

“When the stagecoach topped the hill,” Robinson Jeffers wrote in 1914, “and we looked down through pines and sea fogs on Carmel Bay, it was evident that we had come without knowing it to our inevitable place.”

That “inevitable place” and their life there will be the subject of a talk by Elliot Ruchowitz-Roberts, Vice President of the Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation. Discover what fueled the timeless poetry of Robinson Jeffers and how his writing was reflective of the home he built, including the iconic forty-foot tall Hawk Tower.

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103rd Birthday/Halloween Parade and Lunch

Annual Birthday/Halloween Parade and Lunch set for October 26, 2019.  The parade starts at 11:00 a.m. at San Carlos and 8th Streets, it will proceed to Ocean Avenue turn west to Monte Verde make a u-turn and back up Ocean Avenue to San Carlos and back to the Sunset Center for entertainment and lunch served by our local superheros.