Thursday, February 2, 2012
CONTINUING ED | SEASIDE—Registration is open for CSUMB’s adult learning center, with courses on history, literature, photography, politics and more. CSUMB building 201, Inter-Garrison and 6th Ave. $20-90. 582-5500, www.csumb.edu/olli.
THURSDAY 2 | 2
COFFEE WITH A COP | PACIFIC GROVE—Ask neighborhood cops about public safety, their favorite donut varieties, etc. Sponsored by the P.G. Chamber of Commerce. 3-4:30pm. The Works, 667 Lighthouse Ave. Free. 648-3143, www.ci.pg.ca.us/police.
SATURDAY 2 | 4
PLANTING NATIVES | MARINA—Join Monterey Peninsula Regional Parks District and Return of the Natives in planting native species. 10am-1pm. Marina Dunes Preserve, Dunes Drive, northwest of Reservation Road and Highway 1. Free. 582-3686, http://ron.csumb.edu.
ART ON THE RISE | MONTEREY—Thirty artists from the Boys & Girls Club show their original art. 7pm opening. Exhibit runs through Sunday. Museum of Monterey, 5 Custom House Plaza. 394-5171, www.bgcmc.org.
TUESDAY 2 | 7
BLOOD DRIVE | SALINAS—The Red Cross accepts donations to maintain a safe and stable blood supply. 1-6pm. Recreation Center, 320 Lincoln Ave. To schedule an appointment, use code “Salinas.” 1-800-733-2767, www.redcrossblood.org.
WEDNESDAY 2 | 8
HOME GREEN HOME | CARMEL—Learn about a range of eco-friendly products for your home and garden. 5:30-7:30pm. Eco Carmel, San Carlos between Seventh and Eighth. Free. 659-1115, www.sustainablemontereycounty.org.
THE FOOD CONNECTION | PACIFIC GROVE—Happy Girl Kitchen, Tassajara Natural Meats, Local Catch Monterey Bay and others present on environmental eating. 7pm. Museum of Natural History, 165 Forest Ave. Free. 643-0707, www.sustainablepg.org.
HUMAN RIGHTS IN WARTIME | MONTEREY—Human rights advocate Jane Olson speaks on her experience at Human Rights Watch and Landmine Survivors Network. 7pm. Irvine Auditorium, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 499 Pierce St. Free. www.unamontereybay.org.