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Monterey County Events Newsletter
January, 2000

Happy New Year! And Welcome to the first
Monterey County Events Newsletter!

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IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Bach Festival
  • AT&T Pebble Beach National PRO-AM Golf Tournament
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium
  • Monterey Museum of Art
  • Weather Forecasts

If you are visiting the Monterey area in January, here are our recommendations of interesting things to see and do:

January 28 -- Carmel Bach Festival-Bravissima 2000 Series
Scholars of London: "Bach and the Church Year". On a cold winter night this will warm your heart! The notable a cappella foursome with many recordings to their credit will present a special program based on Bach's chorales. By candlelight at Carmel Mission Basilica.
Fee: $16 Reserved Seating Time: 8:00pm Phone Number: (831) 624-2046

January 31 - February 6 -- AT&T Pebble Beach National PRO-AM Golf Tournament
A 72-hole PGA TOUR championship tournament played on Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and Poppy Hills golf courses in Pebble Beach. See your favorite celebrities tee it up with the brightest stars on the PGA Tour as they play three of the world's most spectacular and challenging golf courses.
Fee: Call Time: Call Phone Number: (831) 649-1533 or (800) 541-9091

Ongoing -- Behind the Scenes: Monterey Bay Aquarium
http://www.mbayaq.org
Visitors will observe what it takes to create and run this world-class aquarium, from collecting and caring for marine life to building and maintaining exhibits, to the mechanics of running a seawater system that pumps 2,000 gallons a minute from the ocean. These are private tours by appointment and require 2 weeks notice, participants must be 13 years or older.
Fee: $175 for a maximum party of 6 plus admission of $13.95 adult, $11.95 student/senior. Time: Call Phone Number: 831-648-4860

Now - May 14 -- Weavers of Tradition: California Indian Basketry
Guest curated by Ohlone basket weaver and historian Linda Yamane, the exhibition will examine the historical breadth and diversity of traditional California basket making as well as its current vitality. *Open until 8pm third Thursday of month. Monterey Museum of Art. Free admission first Sundays and 3rd Thursdays 5 - 7 p.m.
Fee: $3 Non-members, Free to Members $1.50 Students and Military, Children under 12 free. Time: Wed.-Sat. 11am-5pm*, Sun. 1-4pm Phone Number: (831) 372-3689

Ongoing -- Carmel Walks
Discover the special charms of Carmel on a 2-hour guided walking tour thru secret pathways, hidden courtyards, award-winning gardens, and by enchanting fairytale cottages...the homes, haunts, and history of famous artists, writers, and movie stars. Learn about the spirit, characters, and customs that make Carmel unique. (Private group tours available upon request.) Meet in the courtyard of "The Pine Inn" on Lincoln St. at Ocean Ave.
Fee: $15 Per Person Time: Sat. 10am & 2pm, Tue. - Fri. 10am Phone Number: (831) 642-2700 Reservations

Weather Forecasts
Many people signing up for this newsletter are asking for the best time to visit this area. Well, we just finished our "Mid-Winter Heat Wave" last month so I expect a return to our usual unsettled spring weather until Easter (read that "rain," it's what makes this place so beautiful.) In general, expect occasional showers November through May, and dry the rest of the year. In the summer it's cold and foggy next to the Pacific (bring a windbreaker and hat) and hotter inland (tank top and shorts) - but it's never really unpleasant. Check out this site for weather predictions, choose the San Francisco area: http://www.weatherplanner.com

more events
For more events in the Monterey area for the rest of 2000 please look through our extensive Events Calendar: http://www.gomonterey.com/special_interest/current_events/index.html

We encourage your feedback, please send your comments to our newsletter editor, Karla Noyes: mailto:editor@gomonterey.com. Suggestions of topics you would like to see in future issues are welcome.


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