Apr
26
Fri
Entrepreneurship Crash Course – Salinas @ Online
Apr 26 @ 5:00 pm – Jul 31 @ 6:00 pm

 

Would you like to be your own boss?

Would you like to set your own schedule, work from anywhere in the world, have unlimited upside potential, and do something that actually fulfills you?

Discover how to do exactly that with this Entrepreneurship Crash Course.

This free webinar training is great for successful career professionals who are ready to escape their corporate job and live a life of freedom and impact as an entrepreneur. If you are a resourceful and decisive action-taker who is committed to making your entrepreneurial dreams come true as soon as possible, this is for you!

You will learn:

– 12 must-have characteristics for your business idea

– How to write a business plan investors will love

– Common mistakes first-time entrepreneurs make

– How to develop a marketing and monetization strategy

– The best type of business to start right now

– How to get up and running quickly

– And much more

The presenter is an entrepreneur coach who helps aspiring entrepreneurs come up with innovative business ideas that are in line with their purpose and passion, write their business plan, and generate a profit within a matter of weeks. He is also an entrepreneur, Wall Street veteran, Ivy League graduate, and award-winning author.

This webinar will be educational, entertaining, and empowering. Be sure to have a pen and paper to take lots of notes.

Instructions to attend this online webinar:

1. Register for the event here with Eventbrite

2. Sign up for the webinar at http://coachieve.co/crash-course

3. Accept the email confirmation you receive

4. You will receive an email before the webinar with a link to join

5. Arrive 15 minutes early so you can secure your spot, have time to register, and address any technology issues

See you on the webinar!

May
26
Sun
Marina Farmers’ Market @ Marina, CA
May 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Marina’s Farmers’ Market is every Sunday from 10am to 2pm at 215 Reservation Road in the Marina Village Shopping Center (near Grocery Outlet and in front of Lee’s Garden.

Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 26 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

May
27
Mon
Memorial Day | Volunteer with the MAH @ Evergreen Cemetery
May 27 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Volunteer to join friends, neighbors, and local veterans at Evergreen Cemetery to commemorate Santa Cruz’s 152nd Memorial Day. There will be speakers, a pop-up museum, and activities to honor those that have or continue to serve our country. More information here.

What we will be doing: Help facilitate a pop-up museum at Evergreen Cemetery. Visitors will bring an object, memorabilia, or photograph to share with the public that honors their loved one who has served or is serving our country’s armed forces. They will write a brief label about the object and the person they are honouring.

Where to meet: We will be stationed outside of the Portugeuese Hall in the Evergreen Cemetery parking lot.

For any questions, please contact:
Victoria Lee
Community Experience Catalyst, The MAH
victoria@santacruzmah.org

Living History Days @ San Juan Bautista State Historic Park
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Step back to the early days of San Juan. Meet mountain men, Civil War soldiers, Victorian ladies, and more. Enjoy craft and cooking demonstrations. Enjoy an old-fashioned soda in the historic Plaza Hotel Saloon. See historic horse-drawn vehicles inside the Plaza Stables and Victorian furnishings in the Plaza Hotel and Zanetta family home.
Image result for living history days san juan bautista

Pacific Grove Farmers Market @ Downtown Pacific Grove
May 27 @ 4:00 pm – 4:15 pm

The Pacific Grove Certified Farmers’ Markets’ new location is Central and Grand Ave right in front of Jewell Park, the Natural History Museum, and the Pacific Grove Library.

The Farmers’ Market is open every Monday 4pm – 7pm all year round. (We will be closed December 24th and 31st. Open all other holidays.)

May
28
Tue
The Farmer’s Market at Old Monterey Marketplace @ Old Monterey
May 28 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Old Monterey Farmers Market, established in 1991, comprises of 3 ½ city blocks and runs year-round rain or shine. During the summer it’s the largest gathering of people in Monterey County, attracting more that 10,000 locals and tourists in one location. You can travel the world in just three blocks, finding arts and crafts, handmade jewelry, furniture, clothing, international food, organic produce, flowers, and pastries.

Old Monterey Marketplace Every Tuesday Winter: 4-7p Summer: 4-8p Rain or Shine Alvarado Street between Del Monte and Pearl

May
29
Wed
Monterey Area Fireside Chat with Supervisor Mary L. Adams – May 2019 @ Monterey Public Library
May 29 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

 

Fireside Chats with Supervisor Mary L. Adams are your chance to share your thoughts and opinions on issues facing our community with me, your County Supervisor. I hope you will join me, my staff, and your neighbors for a causal discussion on the topics most important to you.

An RSVP isn’t necessary, but would be appreciated.

~Best, Mary.

SoPro IT Tech Talk (Free Help Understanding Tech) @ Online
May 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

 

Having problems with your computer or cellphone? Whether it’s hardware or software related, you are invited to I Will Repair’s open forum Tech Talk on Wednesdays from 6pm to 7pm. I will not have any set curriculum or structured topics, but I will be empowering the community to tell me what really matters to them concerning tech. Please RSVP through Meetup.Com (Search SoPro)

Event Media:
May
30
Thu
Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
May 30 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
1
Sat
Castroville Artichoke Food & Wine Festival @ Monterey County Fair & Event Center
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us in celebrating 60 years of artichokes — the offical vegetable of Californa & Monterey County. On June 1 & 2, 2019 we’ll be at the beautiful Monterey County Fair & Events Center on the central coast of California. Come out and enjoy great weather and fun for the whole family — featuring local chef demonstrations, a wine & beer tasting garden, artichoke-inspired delicious food, a Kids Zone, fantastic musical entertainment, an Agro Art competition, arts & crafts booths, our famous farmer’s market, artichoke farm tours, and an artichoke quilting challenge.

For many years, the Artichoke Festival has been dedicated to informing and exciting festival attendees about the unique qualities of artichokes including farming, harvest, and preparation to demonstrate how the artichoke industry has influenced the history of Monterey County. As a 501(c)(3) organization, the purpose remains the same with an emphasis on giving back to the local community. Proceeds from the festival are used to support 501(c)(3) community organizations and activities that align with our festival’s mission.

 

88th Annual La Merienda @ Memory Garden
Jun 1 @ 11:15 am – 3:00 pm

What: 88th Annual La Merienda Celebration – City of Monterey’s 248th birthday party features a BARBECUE BUFFET EXTRAVAGANZA by Old Fisherman’s Grotto Chefs and the VIP Merienda Barbecue Committee who will create a five-star culinary experience featuring Certified Angus Beef New York steak, BBQ chicken breast, mild Italian sausage, salmon, sauteed scampi shrimp, Paella, complemented by 3 salad choices: mixed greens, pasta, and fruit salad, fire roasted sweet corn, fresh-made chili beans, fresh grilled garlic bread, fresh-made salsa and more. Like last year, there will also be a NEW special culinary surprise! Included with the meal are complimentary wine, beer, coffee, tea and soft drinks. The mouth-watering feast is followed by the traditional outstanding dessert, a beautiful multi-layered birthday cake from Layers Bakery donated by Tina Del Piero and Lynn Tomlinson and decorated with fresh roses by Jackie Craghead.

This festive event includes Master of Ceremony David Marzetti, entertainment by musicians including Accordion player extraordinaire Mike Marotta, Jr. & special guests, mariachis, and folklorico dancers, gallant dons and donas, and lovely senoritas. The Barbecue Committee headed by Chris Shake is composed of local elected officials and well-known community members that prepare and serve the food at this event. There will also be a Silent Auction. All guests are also welcome to dress in 18th century costume (optional).

Congratulations to Marc Del Piero, the winner of the 2018 Laura Bride Powers Award, Monterey History & Art Association’s most prestigious award who will be honored at this year’s La Merienda. This award is named after the woman who is credited with conceiving both the idea of the Association and the Merienda celebration, which antedated MHAA’s founding. Mrs. Powers was the Curator of the Custom House and First Theater and an ardent student of California history. The 2017 Laura Bride Powers Award recipient was Joan Keyser

When: Saturday, June 1, 2019 from 11:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Where: Memory Garden, 20 Custom House Plaza, Monterey, CA 93940 (Enter La Merienda at the Memory Garden Gate near the entrance to Peter B’s.)

Parking: With the purchase of a ticket, FREE PARKING will be available in the City of Monterey’s WEST GARAGE parking lot on Franklin Street behind the Wells Fargo Bank. Your free parking pass will be given to you upon check in at the Memory Garden Gate as you enterLa Merienda. Additional paid parking is available in the Waterfront parking lot adjacent to Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf or in the parking lot on Scott Street above Pacific Street.

Tickets:

Tickets will go on sale on February 1, 2019 for MHAA members only; general public April 1st.

The cost is $55 per ticket for MHAA members before April 1st and it will be $65 on or after April 1st

MHAA members table of 10 for $550 before April 1st or $650 on or after April 1st.

Non-MHAA members may only purchase tickets on or after April 1st at $75 per ticket or $750 for a table of 10.

88th Annual La Merienda @ Memory Garden, 20 Custom House Plaza, Monterey
Jun 1 @ 11:15 am – 3:00 pm

La Merienda celebrates the City of Monterey’s 249th birthday with a very special BARBECUE BUFFET EXTRAVAGANZA, a five-star culinary experience created by the OLD FISHERMAN’S GROTTO CHEFS and the VIP Merienda Barbecue Committee, with entertainment by Mike Marotta, Jr. & special guests, mariachis, folklorico dancers, and a festive “Californio” party in the historic Memory Garden on Custom House Plaza on Saturday, June 1, 2019.

Monterey’s 248th birthday celebration “La Merienda”, the City’s oldest and very significant annual event, will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019, from 11:15 am to 3 pm in the Memory Garden on Custom House Plaza. For the past 88 years, the Monterey History & Art Association has hosted this community fiesta to commemorate the founding of the City of Monterey when in 1770 Father Junipero Serra and Captain Gaspar de Portola celebrated with a picnic overlooking the Monterey Bay.

The OLD FISHERMAN’S GROTTO CHEFS and the VIP Merienda Barbeque Committee will once again create La Merienda’s BBQ BUFFET EXTRAVAGANZA, a five-star culinary experience that includes Certified Angus Beef New York Steak, BBQ chicken breast, mild Italian sausage, salmon, sautéed shrimp scamp, Paella and more delicious accompaniments and a few culinary surprises. This mouthwatering feast will be followed by the La Merienda traditional dessert, a beautiful multi-layered birthday cake decorated with roses, from Layers Bakery, cut ceremoniously with the historic sword of Colonel Fitch.

La Merienda also features Master of Ceremonies David Marzetti and outstanding entertainment by local legend and accordion player extraordinaire Mike Marotta Jr. and his special guests, mariachis and folkorico dancers. Gallant dons, donas and senoritas in 18th century costumes will be the order of the day at this festive “Californio” party. For more details for this not-to-be-missed event, go towww.montereyhistory.org/LaMerienda.

Community Members are invited to Host a Party Within the Party!

La Merienda can be described as a “party within a party” with uniquely decorated hosted tables. Attendees invite friends, don a costume, decorate a table, and have fun at this festive event! Local companies are encouraged to purchase a table for their staff or special customers. Or, just come for the celebration, join a table and make some new friends. Meet elected officials, military leaders, and local dignitaries at this not-to-be-missed annual event! This outstanding party attracts over 500 people each year. Monterey History & Art Association (MHAA) has hosted this party for the last 88 years and all proceeds go towards supporting Monterey’s history and arts programs, Mayo Hayes O’Donnell Library, Sloat Landing, Casa Serrano, Doud House and Garden, Dali 17, and La Merienda.

For further information, go to www.MontereyHistory.org or call (831) 372-2311 or email LaMerienda2019@gmail.com To schedule an interview, contact Wendy Brickman at (831) 594-1500 or email brickman@brickmanmarketing.com.

Jun
2
Sun
Marina Farmers’ Market @ Marina, CA
Jun 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Marina’s Farmers’ Market is every Sunday from 10am to 2pm at 215 Reservation Road in the Marina Village Shopping Center (near Grocery Outlet and in front of Lee’s Garden.

Old Monterey Walking Food Tour @ Monterey
Jun 2 @ 11:00 am

Follow a delicious trail of local treats through historic Monterey on a small-group food tour that includes plenty of tastings for a full lunch. Committing to lunch at a single restaurant means missing out on the diverse cuisines that make Monterey food so interesting; try a little bit of everything as you go from neighborhood restaurants to frozen treats and California wine, learning about Monterey history along the way.

What to expect:

Meet your guide at the Historic Custom House and embark upon your epicurean exploration of Monterey. Stops may include a step back in time as small bites are enjoyed in a historic setting. Venture to Alvarado Street and the hidden gems of downtown Monterey’s back streets where locals dine. Enjoy dishes from traditional Indian or Greek cuisine to local cider and pasta in a gastropub to deep dish pizza. Next, visit an artisan ice cream shop, sample handcrafted Ice cream while visiting the kitchen. Continue past many historic buildings in Monterey including a couple of California’s firsts. Finally, sip local wine and savor delicious local cheese in Old Monterey’s first winemaker tasting room or while you browse the art of 30 local artists. Bid your guide and group farewell but feel free to remain in the gallery or tasting room after the tour concludes.

FAQs

What is a walking food tour?

A walking food tour is a great way to visit multiple unique, local eateries to sample restaurant specialties at a leisurely pace, with the convenience of pre-planning and coordination by a local tour guide.

How far will we walk and how long are the tours?

Tours range from 1-2 miles and last approximately 3 hours.

Is the tour recommended for children?

Monterey Bay Food Tours leaves the decision to bring children up to the parents, but no special accommodations are made to include special menus or pricing. The tour is designed for people who have an appreciation for food. While we realize that many children may have a more limited palate, there are children who would enjoy the tour.

How many restaurants will we visit?

We generally visit 5-6 restaurants and eateries.

Does the tour include history?

The tour guide will highlight some historical and interesting facts, but the main focus of the tour is the culinary experience.

Should we tip?

Your ticket price cover sserver tips at all restaurants, but if you enjoy your experience tips are welcome for tour guides.

Are alcoholic beverages included?

Yes. Wine, beer and/or cocktails will be provided at some locations for those 21 and older with a valid ID. Water will be available at most stops. Bottled water is not provided in between stops, so you may choose to bring your own in case you get thirsty.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

There is no minimum age to participate in the tour. However, anyone wishing to enjoy alcoholic beverages must be 21 years of age or older with a valid ID.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

PARKING: Street parking is time limited so we recommend that you park in one of the public lots or parking garages. There is a parking garage approximately two blocks from our meeting location, Downtown East Garage, on Washington and Tyler Streets between E Franklin St. and del Monte Ave. (all day parking $7) and also a parking lot adjacent to Fisherman’s Wharf (rates range from $1.50 per hour/$10 maximum to $2 per hour/$15 maximum). These are both perfect places to park close to our meeting location.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Monterey Bay Food Tours

email: montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com

phone: 831-204-2211

What’s the refund policy?

No refunds will be issued. Re-scheduling may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Full-priced tickets must be purchased in advanced for all those 4 and older attending even if they will not be tasting. Participants under 4 may attend, but will not receive food tastings unless a ticket is purchased.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, please go green and show your ticket on your mobile device or give the guide your name when you arrive.

Can I update my registration information?

Your answer goes here

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, your ticket is transferrable. If you need to change the date of your ticket, please contact Monterey Bay Food Tours at montereybayfoodtours@gmail.com or 831-204-2211.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes

Jun
3
Mon
FREE Financial Literacy Classes @ Oldemeyer Center
Jun 3 all-day

The City of Seaside and Wells Fargo are partnering together to provide the community with FREE Financial Literacy Classes!

May 6 – Retirement
June 3 – Identity Theft Education

Free childcare offered to first 20 registrants per class. Preschool-5th grade, must be potty taught.

Living History Days @ San Juan Bautista State Historic Park
Jun 3 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Step back to the early days of San Juan. Meet mountain men, Civil War soldiers, Victorian ladies, and more. Enjoy craft and cooking demonstrations. Enjoy an old-fashioned soda in the historic Plaza Hotel Saloon. See historic horse-drawn vehicles inside the Plaza Stables and Victorian furnishings in the Plaza Hotel and Zanetta family home.
Image result for living history days san juan bautista

Pacific Grove Farmers Market @ Downtown Pacific Grove
Jun 3 @ 4:00 pm – 4:15 pm

The Pacific Grove Certified Farmers’ Markets’ new location is Central and Grand Ave right in front of Jewell Park, the Natural History Museum, and the Pacific Grove Library.

The Farmers’ Market is open every Monday 4pm – 7pm all year round. (We will be closed December 24th and 31st. Open all other holidays.)

FREE Financial Literacy Classes @ Oldemeyer Center
Jun 3 @ 6:30 pm

The City of Seaside and Wells Fargo are partnering together to provide the community with FREE Financial Literacy Classes!

May 6 – Retirement
June 3 – Identity Theft Education

Free childcare offered to first 20 registrants per class. Preschool-5th grade, must be potty taught.

 

Jun
4
Tue
Women’s Golf Day 2019 @ Poppy Hills Golf Course
Jun 4 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

 

What is Women’s Golf Day (WGD)? WGD is an event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning the skills that last a lifetime while supporting a worthy cause. You can read more on it here on the WGD website.

Poppy Hills is thrilled to be apart of this great event! We hosted one of the best turnouts around the country in 2018 and look to build upon that success with our 2019 event. This year we are bringing out an amazing team of female golf instructors to lead this event!

Schedule to come…