Thursday, August 4, 2011
CARS FOR TECHNOLOGY | MONTEREY – The auto tech program at Monterey Peninsula College is seeking four-cylinder Japanese or hybrid engines for study. To donate, 655-5507 or MPCFoundationInfo@mpc.edu.
MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS | MONTEREY – The City of Monterey Museum and Cultural Arts Division is seeking volunteer docents at the Presidio of Monterey. Docent training happens 6:30-8:30pm Aug. 10, 17 and 24. Emergency Operations Center, behind fire station, 580 Pacific St.
THURSDAY 8 | 4
CANCER DISPARITIES | WATSONVILLE – This workshop discusses the environmental causes of breast cancer, the disease’s demographic disparities and community-based participatory research. 8:30am-1pm. Pajaro Valley Community Health Trust, 85 Nielson St. Free. Registration required, 888-313-2277, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.cbcrp.org.
START-UP ADVICE | MARINA – Marina Technology Cluster hosts attorney Tom Armstrong, who offers guidance on incorporation, contracts and other legal issues. 9:30am-2pm. Free. To make a half-hour appointment, call 582-9718. 3180 Imjin Road. www.marinatechnologycluster.org.
FRIDAY 8 | 5
MEDICAL MARIJUANA | MONTEREY – Compassionate Health Options presents a community forum on the benefits of medical marijuana led by Dr. Deborah Malka. 7-9pm. Center for Spiritual Living, 400 W. Franklin St. Free. www.green215.com.
SATURDAY 8 | 6
REMEMBERING HIROSHIMA | PACIFIC GROVE – This annual lantern ceremony honors those who suffered from the 1945 atomic bomb, and also the radioactive release earlier this year. 7pm lantern making; 7:45pm program with talks on peace; 8:15pm launching of peace lanterns on rafts. Lovers Point at Forest Ave. Free. 375-8216.
MONDAY 8 | 8
THE LAND OF THE FREE | SEASIDE – The documentary In the Land of the Free tells the story of criminal injustice. The Monterey Bay Area Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild and the Monterey County Branch of the NAACP speak after the film. 6:30pm. Peace Resource Center, 1364 Fremont Blvd. Free. 238-6675.