Create your National Book Festival experience with the Library of Congress in 2021 by engaging in author conversations online, watching the broadcast special on PBS, listening to NPR podcasts, and tuning in to Washington Post Live author interviews, all for free! Join us for an expanded Festival, Sept. 17-26, a 10-day event with the theme, “Open a Book, Open the World.”
The Friends of the Harrison Memorial Library (FHML) are accepting donations of books, DVDs and CDs on Tuesdays between 10 a.m. and noon.
Collection of the donations will take place in the Sunset Center parking lot at San Carlos St and Tenth Ave in Carmel.
Please pack you donations in disposable containers and do not bring more than 10 bags or boxes at a time.
Carmel Public Library Foundation Presents:
Thousands of people visit Carmel’s coastline every year, but very few know of the wonder that lies beyond the waves. Join Dr. James Lindholm, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Marine Science & Policy & the Chair of the Department of Marine Science at California State University Monterey Bay, and immerse yourself in the ‘living laboratory’ that is the Carmel Bay.
The Monterey Public Library, in partnership with Cannery Row Company, Western Flyer Foundation, and the Cannery Row Foundation would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate Cannery Row Days: Sweet Thursday Hooptedoodles. This year, we will be hosting a variety of online programs that will explore Steinbeck’s novel Sweet Thursday, the history, music, natural environment, and the Broadway production.