Named for the 1440 minutes in a day, we are founded on the belief that each minute is an opportunity to be present and aware of how we connect with what matters—both within and around us. Learning to be in strong, meaningful, and authentic rel... more
Alisal Center for the Fine Arts encourages and assists Salinas area residents to be involved with art as participant or viewer through arts workshops, performances, exhibits and trips. ACFA invites anyone to join a dance, visual arts or music wo... more
This is a 10.3 acre park tucked into old Aptos Village. It is the site of weekend music festivals, family picnics, weddings, company picnics, Renaissance Camp and other special events. Parking There are 27 spaces which are reserved if the facilit... more
The historic Aromas Grange Hall is located at the corner of Rose Avenue and Bardue Street in Aromas. more
Located on the Monterey Peninsula in the city of Pacific Grove, Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds State Park provides visitors numerous opportunities for a variety of scenic walks along the State beach, Coast Trail, and through the Asilomar... more
We are a racing simulator center. We have 10 race cars that race head to head NASCAR style. We have a party room for special events and birthdays. more
From its origin in 1959 to the present, Cabrillo College has placed the values of educational excellence at the heart of its activities.  Cabrillo offers a wonderful academic environment to begin your college career, restart your education or a... more
Caledonia Park is located on Caledonia between Central and Jewell Avenues (behind the Post Office). It contains an open-space free-play area, tots' play area, ADA compliant playground and climbing equipment for older children, a baseball field, baske... more
Camp Joy Gardens is a small, organic family farm that is run as an educational non-profit organization. Since 1971 we have been teaching ourselves and others how to live more sustainable lives through gardening, animal husbandry, food preservation, a... more
With more than half a century providing Northern California special needs children and adults a full program of recreation, education, fun and adventure. Our outdoor enrichment camp programs, activities and adventures for the developmentally disabled... more
Secluded among coastal redwoods just inland from the shores of Monterey Bay south of Santa Cruz, Monte Toyon is an inviting and versatile camp and conference center for nonprofit groups.  The site can also accommodate daytime conferences and spe... more
Capitola Village is a small area of shops and restaurants perfect for a weekend beach getaway. There's something for everyone -- a beautiful beach for the family, tons of specialty shops and great restaurants & bars. more
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2014 Season Celebrates "Bach and the Italians" Carmel Bach Festival’s 77th Season “Bach and the Italians” focuses on the music of Italy, with an evening of Italian opera, virtuosic works for violin, Felix Mendelssohn’s &... more
White sand, beautiful sunsets, native cypress trees, walks, surfing, kites, sunbathing and picnics. Open 6am to 10pm. There is no leash law for dogs and fires are permitted on the beach south of 10th Avenue. Public restrooms and a public telephone... more
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This historic Mission has been renovated to its previous glory as both a Catholic Mission and now a thriving parish and school. The Basilica reflects the beautiful adobe architechture and houses many antique religious effigies and altars. The tomb... more
Mile-long beach with trails, a shallow lagoon for children and wildlife viewing. There is a public telephone and public restrooms in the parking lot. Dogs must be on a leash. Because of the dangerous surf, swimming is not permitted. Directions: From... more
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All equipment is included. We teach almost every day. By appointment only. Thanks for the inquiry. Call any time. Noah (831) 915-4065 Teaching surfing since 1986, professional instruction, professional grade gear. Trusted by all three surf shop... more
From charming courtyards to secret passageways, discoveries await around every corner. There are shops and art galleries to explore, restaurants to indulge, and wine tasting rooms to stop in and sip some of the California Central Coast's best varieta... more
Ever since we planted our first orchards in 1908, we've been growing.  At our roadside location in the fertile Pacheco Valley between Monterey and Yosemite, we've welcomed visitors from around the world.  We hope you'll stop by and try some... more
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On the shore of beautiful Monterey Bay, adjacent to the world-famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, the Cocoanut Grove's inviting facilities, expert event coordinators, and local gourmet caterers, will help make your special event a major success. Sinc... more
A great beach for beginner surfers. Cowell's is easily accessed by stairs off of West Cliff Drive or by surfers paddling out from the beach north of the wharf. Check out the current conditions at Cowell's. more
The park is named after Jose Vincente DeLaveaga, a businessman who lived during the mid to late 1800's. The area where DeLaveaga park now stands was the land was the site of his former vacation home. The land used to house many horse stables, exotic... more
A large expanse of lawn surrounded by stone pathways, benches and shade trees, occupying an entire block of downtown Carmel between Ocean Ave and 6th. This park is the site of numerous public festivities throughout the year and a favorite spot for a... more
All trans and trans-questioning individuals are welcome to come and share personal experiences in a safe and caring environment. more
In March of 2010, Dixieland Monterey celebrates its 30th anniversary. What began as a one-time supplement to the Monterey County Fair has evolved into an annual event with some 18 live acts in intimate venues, a talented selection of youth bands, and... more
Dorothy’s Place is now the anchor of life in Salinas’ Chinatown, providing Dorothy’s Kitchen, our Drop-In Center, Women Alive! Emergency Shelter, and House of Peace Transitional Living Program WE ARE Dorothy’s Place, stepping... more
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Carmel-by-the-Sea, often simply referred to as Carmel, is a city in Monterey County, California, United States, founded in 1902 and incorporated on October 31, 1916. Situated on the Monterey Peninsula, Carmel is known for its natural s... more
Santa Cruz is situated on the northern edge of Monterey Bay, about 32 mi (51 km) south of San Jose and 75 mi (120 km) south of San Francisco... Santa Cruz is known for its moderate climate, the natural beauty of its coastline, redwood forests, alter... more
El Estero Park Complex is a 45-acre City-wide multi-use recreation area in the center of Monterey at Del Monte/Camino Aguajito/Fremont/Camino El Estero. Paddleboat concession at lake, group BBQ picnic area, exercise course, restrooms. more
Elkhorn Slough is a seven-mile arm of the Monterey Bay located half way between the cities of Santa Cruz and Monterey. This arm has a bend in it as it extends inland, and at the "elbow" lies the reserve. The reserve is owned and managed by the Califo... more
Built in the 1920's as the residence of the Flanders family, the house was purchased by the city of Carmel-by-the-Sea in 1972. With its surrounding acreage, it became part of the city's Mission Trail Preserve, which encompasses the trails used by the... more
A 2-acre park that includes a large children's playground, a shuffle board court, horseshoe pits, a volleyball court on sand, barbecues and picnic tables and a public telephone. more
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Fusion Business College’s FSRA Tier 2 training is the fastest, easiest way to receive the accreditation that you need to launch a new career in F&I, upgrade your current skills for a promotion, or accept the job offer! more
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Galeria Tonantzin, a gallery of women's contemporary art, directed by artists, Jennifer Colby, PhD and Janet Martinez, is named for the Mexican corn goddess Tonantzin whose characteristics were transferred to the Virgin of Guadalupe. It is run throug... more
Garland Ranch Regional Park is located at 700 W. Carmel Valley Rd., 8.6 miles east of Highway 1 and about 1/2 mile west of the Laureles Grade. The Visitor Center is located just within the park. From the parking lots along Carmel Valley Road, ente... more
A park in Marina featuring a baseball field and playground. more