The Old Monterey Marketplace and Farmers' Market takes place rain or shine every Tuesday. Strolling along the three and a half blocks of Alvarado Street, you can find organic produce, fresh flowers, international food and pastries, arts and crafts, handmade jewelry, and clothing.
Middlebury Institute of International Studies presents a free lecture by Nico De Golia entitled Talking Transport: How Corporate Collaboration, Reporting, and Innovation Enable a Cleaner Economy on Tuesday, October 15, at 6pm in Room 102 in the McGowan Building...
The Intimacy, Sexuality and Gender Center (ISGC) presents a Care for Caregivers Therapy Group for all caregivers. Meet others like you and share your story with those who can offer support, comfort, and shared common experience. Led by Stephen L. Braveman, LMFT, DST, and Wanda Braveman. Fee is $30 per session per person. Please phone to register, 831-375-7553.
East Village Coffee Lounge hosts Nashville-based singer-songwriter Jackie Bristow and Mark Punch. At once heartfelt and sophisticated, Bristow combines subtle but beautiful melodies and hooks that stick around with the backbone of a real friend. Cover charge $10.
Monterey County Youth Museum celebrates Fire Safety Friday, hosting our favorite firefighters from the Monterey Fire Department for an hour of fire safety demonstrations, activities, and a real fire engine.
East Village Coffee Lounge presents an evening of live Celtic music featuring Tipperary on Friday, October 18, 7pm-9pm. Tipperary is a lively band comprised of five musicians from different musical backgrounds, all of whom love the Celtic tradition.
Luminata Books and Gifts presents a talk and book signing by Robert Perala, a well-known teacher, musician, entertainer, talk show host, and the author of The Divine Blueprint . His warm wit and engaging manner have captivated audiences around the country.
Portola Hotel & Spa is proud to partner with Titos Vodka to create a Paw-ty to benefit the local nonprofit Animal Friends Rescue Project on Saturday, October 19. We'll have family activities and entertainment and a dog and kitten adoption...
The Golden State Theatre hosts the Wild and Scenic Film Festival , a fundraiser for the Ventana Wilderness Alliance . Join us tonight for fantastic films about wild things and wild places, guaranteed to inspire you to get outside and give back!
Cibo Ristorante Italiano invites you to join us for the Official After-Party of the Monterey Bay Tequila and Cuisine event (held at the Monterey Conference Center) on Saturday, October 19. This after-party is open to the public!
Om Studios and Alta Bakery and Cafe present Yoga and Brunch. Join us in the historic Cooper Molera Gardens for a morning of yoga and stay after class for lavendar mimosas, avocado toast, and parfaits. All levels are welcome! Please register online in advance .
Middlebury Institute of International Studies presents a free lecture by Dr. Brendan Kelly entitled Understanding Climate: Be Careful What You Ask a Scientist on Tuesday, October 22, at 6pm in Room 102 in the McGowan Building on the campus...
On Tuesday, October 22 at 6pm, Middlebury Institute of International Studies hosts a free screening of the documentary film The Nuns, the Priests, and the Bombs , followed by a discussion via videoconference with the filmmaker, Helen Young, in Room...
Old Capitol Books invites you to join us for a fiction writer's workshop taught by award-winning author Dietrich Kalteis . This is a two-day workshop for anyone interested in writing fiction, touching on aspects of the craft that will help guide new writers on the path to becoming published.
Portola Hotel & Spa presents a five-course wine dinner with Joyce Wine Company on Thursday, October 24, 6pm-9pm, in The Club Room. Price is $90 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required - please phone 831-649-7874.
The Golden State Theatre presents comedian Lewis Black. Known as the king of the rant, he gleefully skewers anything and anyone that gets under his skin, making people laugh at the absurdities of life in current events, social media, and politics, exposing the hypocrisy and madness he sees in the world. Tickets are $44-$88.
This month, at the Theory and Philosophy Reading Group at Old Capitol Books , we’re going to explore a question rather than the work of a single philosopher. We’ll be asking the question: are machines conscious? Come talk about theory, philosophy, and how it relates to current events with a friendly group of readers and thinkers.
Join Art Battle Monterey and The Dali Expo for a live, competitive painting tournament showcasing local artists. At the end of each round, the audience votes for their favorite painting. Tickets are $15 in advance , $20 at the door.
Liberate your creativity at this printmaking workshop, held on the last Saturday of every month, 4pm-6pm, at The Dali Expo. Tickets are $30 for Expo members, $35 for all others. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Join us for a comedy improv show on the second and last Saturday of every month at The Dali Expo's Dream Theater. The Monterey peninsula's premier improv troupe uses audience suggestions and volunteers to create hilarious scenes right on the...
The Golden State Theatre is proud to present the legendary band The Wailers , which recorded and toured with Bob Marley 1973-1980. Now steered by famed bassist and founder Aston “Familyman” Barrett, The Wailers continue to create musical history. Tickets are $29-$55.
Sovino Wine Bar presents Out of the Blue, featuring guitarist Greg Robbins and vocalist Maria Borrelli. Hear their fresh take on covers by Stevie Wonder, Jimi Hendrix, Steely Dan, Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, and more.
Old Capitol Books is hosting a Halloween dance party featuring DJ Dialogic on Saturday, October 26. Ages 18 and over only. Doors open at 8pm. Join us for old school hip hop, new wave, jungle, electronica, dub-step, and alternative spooky...
Harry Potter Trivia is back for a Tri-Wizard Cup at Sovino Wine Bar and Merchant! There shall be three rounds: Sunday, September 22, 12pm-6pm; Sunday, October 27, 12pm-6pm; and Wednesday, November 20, 7pm-9pm.