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    Monterey Campus

    La Fête de la Musique! on June 23, 2018 · 1:00 PM

    On this day, everyone is free to express his musical talent and skills in all its forms, solo or in groups, in public or private. The Alliance Française and MIIS French SILP invite you to bring your SCORES, INSTRUMENTS, VOICE, OR SIMPLY YOUR EARS, to share. We will play and listen to classical music, French folk songs, and more! Given the normal effect of music, friendship, and the prospect of a libation, it would not be surprising to see some dancing going on. After the singing, playing and dancing, there will be drinks and snacks to share brought by people attending.

    • Open to the Public
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    McGowan MG102

    A Tale of Two (Green) Cities on June 25, 2018 · 3:30 PM

    Come learn about the City of Monterey and City of Gonzales Green Initiatives with speakers Ted Terrasas, Sustainability Coordinator for Monterey and Maury Treleven, Project Manager for Gonzales Goes Green. Co-Sponsored by the Citizens' Climate Lobby and the Center for the Blue Economy.
     

    • Open to the Public
    • Free
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    McCone Irvine Auditorium

    Monterey Bay Community Power Public Forum on June 26, 2018 · 6:00 PM

    Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) is a new, not-for-profit public agency providing community-owned, carbon-free electricity for Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties, combined with the same reliable electric delivery and billing that PG&E has always provided. Established by our own cities and counties, MBCP follows the Community Choice Energy (CCE) model that is succeeding across California and parts of the U.S., allowing communities to lower electricity costs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and keep surplus revenues local.

    • Open to the Public