Events Calendar: 2023-10-06

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"The Sunset Limited" at Stanton Center Theatre

Monterey History and Art at Stanton Center

Experience the riveting clash of belief and doubt in "The Sunset Limited." Join us for an unforgettable evening of existential theater probing life's mysteries, October 5-8 and 13-15. Shows are Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2pm. ...

Speak Not So Easy: Youth Art Project Info Session at YAC

Youth Arts Collective

Come to Youth Arts Collective this Friday, 4:30pm-6:30pm, for an orientation session for a new arts project.

Speak Not So Easy , led by local artist and educator Mai Ryuno, offers youth (age 14 to early 20s) the opportunity to become a catalyst for change through participation in socially engaged art activities and collaboration with like-minded youth and professionals. Join us!

First Friday at Monterey Museum of Art

Monterey Museum of Art

Come celebrate the weekend with Monterey Museum of Art on Pacific Street with extended hours and free access to the galleries every First Friday of the month, 5pm-7pm. Enjoy an evening of art, music, and community gathering.

MIIS Event: "The Grab" - Film Screening & Discussion

MIIS, Irvine Auditorium

Center for the Blue Economy at Middlebury Institute of International Studies presents a free screening of the documentary The Grab and a discussion with the filmmakers at Irvine Auditorium on Friday, October 6, 6pm-8:30pm. Reserve your free ticket online here.

The Grab is a global thriller combining hard-hitting journalism with the compelling character-driven storytelling of director Gabriela Cowperthwaite, taking you around the globe from Arizona to Zambia, to reveal one of the world’s biggest and least known threats: that governments, private investors and mercenaries are working to seize food and water resources at the expense of entire populations.

Back Lot Poetry: A Monthly Open Mic at Old Capitol Books

Old Capitol Books

We know that some of you have been fantasizing about gathering in dark parking lots. With strangers. To read poetry. Let Old Capitol Books help you with that.

We hold monthly Poetry Open Mic Nights on the first Friday of every month at 9pm in the parking lot behind our building (at 499 Calle Principal). Hosted by Brian Sheffield.