Thursday, November 1, 2012
JOBS FOR YOUTH | SALINAS – As they prepare to enter the job market, high school juniors practice interview skills. Workshops run Nov. 27 through Dec. 6. To participate as a mock interviewer, call 796-7451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FARMER TRAINING | SALINAS – Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association’s bilingual farmer-education program teaches skills to launch independent farms. Applications for the January-October 2013 class are due Nov. 2. 1700 Old Stage Road. $100-$500 based on income. 758-1469, www.albafarmers.org.
THURSDAY 11 | 1
BACK TO NATURE | KING CITY – Los Padres National Forest debuts its Monterey District office with an open house and the opportunity to talk with officials. The new building was supported by a federal stimulus grant. 2:30-6pm. 406 South Mildred Ave. Free. 385-5434, www.fs.usda.gov/lpnf.
FRIDAY 11 | 2
DEATH TO THE DEATH PENALTY | MONTEREY – Amnesty International’s Jan Knippers Black presents on the Prop. 24 campaign to abolish the death penalty. 6-7:30pm. Monterey Institute of International Studies, McGowan Building, Room 102, 411 Pacific St., Monterey. Free. www.amnestyusa.org.
MONDAY 11 | 5
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS | CARMEL – Prepare your home for winter storms with advice from PG&E, police, fire and public works officials. 5:30-6:30pm. City Hall, Monte Verde between Ocean and Seventh Ave. Free. www.ci.carmel.ca.us.
TUESDAY 11 | 6
ELECTION DAY | MONTEREY – Vote! Then join a watch party. 5-10pm, Democratic Club of the Monterey Peninsula, Golden State Theatre, 417 Alvarado St. Free. Demclubmonterey@gmail. 7-10pm potluck, Monterey County Republicans, 1098 Del Monte Ave., Suite C. Free. www.montereyrepublicans.org.
WEDNESDAY 11 | 7
MONEY IN POLITICS | SEASIDE – Monterey Peninsula College poli-sci chair Lauren Handley and Alliance for Democracy’s Joni Hoffman present on money in the 2012 campaign. 7-9pm. Peace Resource Center, 1364 Fremont Blvd. Free. 645-9914.