Due to popular demand we have added Sunday hours as of November 13, are opening earlier in the morning, and expanding our Local History hours. We have also made our hours more consistent across the board, so they will be easier to remember.
Babies and toddler are welcome to storytime every Wednesday morning at 10am. Hear stories, do activities, and enjoy fingerplays. Afterwards we gather at the craft tables for socializing. This storytime is for babies and toddlers, but older siblings are welcome too.
During the month of December the library will forgive fines for patrons who bring in non-perishable food items for donation to the Food Bank for Monterey County. Take advantage of the opportunity to clear your fines and help a worthy cause, all at once.
One can of food or 4 bags of ramen = $1 forgiven in fines. These food items are especially needed:
Kent Torrey talks about the science of cheese making. He will be bringing different types of cheese to sample from the Cheese Shop of the Carmel Plaza. This program is for students 9 to 14 years old. Please call 831-624-4664 to sign up.
Special guest storyteller Police Chief Paul Tomasi will be here the first Wednesday of every month. Hear stories, sing songs, do activities and enjoy fingerplays. This storytime is for babies and toddlers, but older siblings are welcome too.