Thursday, September 27, 2012
THURSDAY 9 | 27
NAACP ON CAMPUS | SEASIDE – Founding members of the newly formed CSUMB chapter present to the Monterey branch of the NAACP. 7pm. Oldemeyer Center, 986 Hilby Ave. Free. 394-3727.
SATURDAY 9 | 29
WORM WHISPERERS | MARINA – Monterey Regional Waste Management District leads a home composting workshop. 10-11:30am. 14201 Del Monte Blvd. Free. Register in advance. 384-5313, www.mrwmd.org.
GREENER SCHOOLS | SALINAS – Roosevelt Elementary School is reducing water use and creating a mural to inspire students to care about sustainability. Submit mural ideas, donate $5 for a sink aerator to help save 70,000 gallons of water a year, or participate in this day of eco-service. 8am-4pm. Roosevelt Elementary, 120 Capitol St. 920-8490, www.mygreenapple.org.
MONDAY 10 | 1
DISTRICT 5 DEBATE | MONTEREY – Marc Del Piero and Dave Potter, candidates for county supervisor, debate the issues affecting the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel Valley and Big Sur. 7-8:30pm. Youth Center, 777 Pearl St. Free. 648-8683.
TUESDAY 10 | 2
RATING RATEPAYERS | MONTEREY – A new citizens’ group, Ratepayers First, hosts a community meeting on Cal Am rates and recent bill spikes and public ownership of capital projects. 7-9pm. Elks Lodge, 150 Mar Vista Dr. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
WEDNESDAY 10 | 3
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE | MARINA – Join City Council in observing Restorative Justice Week and learn about principles behind mediation between crime victims and offenders. 6:30-8pm. Public Library, 190 Seaside Circle. Free. You can also become a volunteer mediator. Trainings 5:30-9pm October 10, 17 and 24. 229 Reindollar Ave., Suite B. $30/includes dinner (for all three sessions). Register by Oct. 1. 384-4325, www.restorativejusticepartners.com.
SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS | SALINAS – Learn tools for yourself and loved ones experiencing memory loss. 1:30-4pm Wednesdays Oct. 4, 10, 17 and 24. Harden Foundation, 1636 Ercia St. Free. Register in advance. 459-6639, www.hpcn.org.