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An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte, a program and lunch with John Sanders, Historical Storyteller, Retired Special Collections Manager, Naval Postgraduate School

An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte, a program and lunch with John Sanders, Historical Storyteller, Retired Special Collections Manager, Naval Postgraduate School

Thursday, December 7, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

The Friends of the Monterey Public Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee invite you to a program and lunch with John Sanders, Historical Storyteller, Retired Special Collections Manager, Naval Postgraduate School.

John Sanders will talk about his book in progress, An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte, a pictorial narrative of the pioneering resort that transformed the Monterey Peninsula from a quiet pueblo into a renowned tourist mecca. John will lead a walkabout following the luncheon program for those interested. John Sanders is a historical storyteller whose colorful tales of the past offer contemporary relevance. During his 31-year career at the Naval Postgraduate School, he introduced visiting dignitaries to the historic Hotel Del Monte, now the NPS campus, organized many programs to provide public access to the elegant hotel and established an archive to help preserve Del Monte’s heritage.

The event takes place at the Naval Postgraduate School, Herrmann Hall, La Novia Room, 1 University Circle, Monterey, CA 93943. Tickets are $45 per person. Admission is complimentary for 1849 Society Members and guests. Tickets can be purchased online at www.mplfriends.com, in person at the Library Help Desk or by phone at 831.646.5632. RSVP Wednesday, November 22, 2017.

MPL Friends is a 501( c)( 3) Non-Profit, Tax ID #91-1976593. Lunch fair market value is $40.

John Sander’s email address: aivdelmonte@gmail.com
Naval Postgraduate School Website: http://my.nps.edu/

An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte, A Program and Lunch with John Sanders, Historical Storyteller, Retired Special Collections Manager, Naval Postgraduate School

Tuesday, December 7, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

November 13, 2017
Media Contact: Sirie Thongchua
Monterey Public Library, Monterey, California
831-646-5632 / thongchu@monterey.org
www.monterey.org/library
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Friends of the Monterey Public Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee invite you to a program and lunch with John Sanders, Historical Storyteller, Retired Special Collections Manager, Naval Postgraduate School, on Thursday, December 7, 2017, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

John Sanders will talk about his book in progress, An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte, a pictorial narrative of the pioneering resort that transformed the Monterey Peninsula from a quiet pueblo into a renowned tourist mecca. John will lead a walkabout following the luncheon program for those interested. John Sanders is a historical storyteller whose colorful tales of the past offer contemporary relevance. During his 31-year career at the Naval Postgraduate School, he introduced visiting dignitaries to the historic Hotel Del Monte, now the NPS campus, organized many programs to provide public access to the elegant hotel and established an archive to help preserve Del Monte’s heritage.

The event takes place at the Naval Postgraduate School, Herrmann Hall, La Novia Room, 1 University Circle, Monterey, CA 93943. Tickets are $45 per person. Admission is complimentary for 1849 Society Members and guests. Tickets can be purchased online at www.mplfriends.com, in person at the Library Help Desk or by phone at 831.646.5632. RSVP Wednesday, November 22, 2017. The Monterey Public Library is located at 625 Pacific Street, Monterey, CA.

John Sander’s email address: aivdelmonte@gmail.com

Naval Postgraduate School Website: http://my.nps.edu/


Photos of John Sanders and An Illustrated View of Historic Hotel Del Monte draft book cover are enclosed.

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Insomnia Lecture by Kaye Coleman, Clinical Hypnotherapist

Monday, December 11, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

November 6, 2017
Media Contact: Sirie Thongchua
Monterey Public Library, Monterey, California
831-646-5632 / thongchu@monterey.org
www.monterey.org/library
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Insomnia Lecture by Kaye Coleman, Clinical Hypnotherapist

On Monday, December 11, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., join Kaye Coleman, Clinical Hypnotherapist, for a wellness talk about how hypnotherapy can assist you releasing insomnia and cultivating restful sleep every night. Many people struggle to get enough sleep and there is a way to stop that cycle. We live in a fast paced world and need to find tools for relaxing our nervous system. Sleep improvement is a foundational benefit of hypnosis that every client can experience. Self-hypnosis techniques will be taught along with a group hypnotic experience. Come and explore your ability to relax and sleep well.

The lecture is sponsored by the Friends of the Monterey Public Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee. Adults are invited to attend. Admission is free, and reservations are required. Call (831) 646-5632 or email thongchu@monterey.org. The Monterey Public Library is located at 625 Pacific Street, Monterey, CA.
Kaye Coleman is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and has been practicing professionally for 11 years. She completed most of her training at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in Tempe, AZ. Kaye is a Certified Hypnotherapist with the American Board of Hypnotherapy (ABH) and a Clinically Certified Hypnotherapist with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners (ACHE). Collectively she has over 2000 hours of training in the field of Healing Arts. She is a multifaceted practitioner possessing training in all the major schools of energy healing. Kaye also teaches workshops and provided sessions at healing arts conferences throughout the United States. She is currently in private practice here in Monterey. She is also an online instructor for the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in their Hypnotherapy Program. Kaye is teaching the next generation of practitioners and she is a teacher of teachers. www.creatingklarity.com

A photo of Kaye Coleman is enclosed.

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Stories for Adults featuring Bill Harley

Saturday, December 9, 2 p.m.

November 10, 2017
Media Contact:  Jeanne McCombs
Monterey Public Library
Monterey, California
mcmcombs@monterey  /  831.646.3949
www.monterey.org/library

For Immediate Release

Monterey Public Library presents Stories for Adults featuring Grammy Award winning storyteller and popular commentator on NPR's All Things Considered, Bill Harley, on Saturday, December 9, at 2 p.m.  For adutls only.  Tickets are $15 or one free in advance only at the Library Help Desk, with your valid MPL card.  The Library is located at 625 Pacific Street, Monterey.  For information see www.monterey.org or call (831) 646-3744.

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November Teen Book Club

November Teen Book Club

Thursday, November 30, 3:15 p.m.

Come in and vote for the books you want to read and receive free copies with your name on them. All you are promising to do is to read the book and come in to discuss it at the next meeting. There is no sign-up required.

 

November's book is Dark Life by Kat Falls

A thrilling futuristic adventure set deep undersea, Dark Life follows the settlers of the world's first subsea settlement as they defend their homesteads against a brazen band of outlaws.

Set in an apocalyptic future where rising oceans have swallowed up entire regions and people live packed like sardines on the dry land left, DARK LIFE is the harrowing tale of underwater pioneers who have carved out a life for themselves in the harsh deep-sea environment, farming the seafloor in exchange for the land deed. 

The story follows Ty, who has lived his whole life on his family's homestead and has dreams of claiming his own stake when he turns eighteen. But when outlaws' attacks on government supply ships and settlements...

 

 

 

 

When: Thursday, November 30, 2017

Time: 3:15 pm

Where: The Community Room

Who: Middle School and High School students

 

Questions? E-mail Eboni: harris@monterey.org or call at 831-646-2094

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