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.
Virtual Series Features Performances by International Artists, Classical, Jazz and Dance Events, and Accompanying Lectures
The fall series of the 2021-2022 ‘Concerts from the Library of Congress‘ season will feature performances by saxophonist Jess Gillam, the Calidore String Quartet and jazz vocalist and composer Daymé Arocena, as well as conversations, lectures, curator talks and educational programs that reflect the diversity of the nation’s musical heritage.
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.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a working artist? Come meet different local artists each month and explore the story of their exciting artwork. The First Friday Art Talk presents two different artistic styles for an exploratory look into different artistic worlds.
Carmel Public Library Foundation Presents:
Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an astronaut or what’s it’s like to live in outer space?
Three astronauts will share their experiences and perspectives;
Stephen Nathaniel Frick, American astronaut and a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions. Frick’s second mission delivered and outfitted the European Space Agency’s Columbus Laboratory, preparing it for future scientific work benefitting life on Earth.