Annual Butterfly Parade
and Bazaar

October 1, 2016
Pacific Grove 

Harvest Festival Weekend
Through October 2, 2016
Carmel Valley Ranch 

Night Owl: Oktoberfest
October 1, 2016
Pacific Grove Museum 
of Natural History 

Oktoberfest Monterey Bay 
October 1-2, 2016
Monterey County Fair & Event Center

Taste of Carmel
October 6, 2016
6:00-9:00pm
Carmel Mission Courtyard 

7th Annual Santa Rita
Creek Fair

October 8, 2016
Santa Rita School
Salinas 

Monterey Bay Tequila & Cuisine 
October 8, 2016
Hyatt Regency Hotel & Spa
Monterey 

Twyla Tharp Dance Company: 
50th Anniversary Tour
 
October 14, 2016
Sunset Center
Carmel-by-the-Sea 

Fall Festival at the Farm
October 15, 2016
10:30am
The Farm, Salinas 

Greenfield Harvest Festival
1K & 5K Run 

October 16, 2016
Oak Street at El Camino Real 
Monterey 

Monterey Historyfest
October 15-16, 2016
Custom House Plaza 

Carmel International Film Festival 
October 19-23, 2016
Carmel-by-the-Sea

City of Seaside's 50th
Anniversary of City Hall
& 6th Birthday Bash!

October 22, 2016
1:00-5:00pm
FREE
City Hall, Seaside 

A Taste of Spain 
October 27, 2016
5:30-9:00pm
Historic Casa Munras
Garden Hotel & Spa
Monterey 

Carmel-By-The-Sea
Centennial Parade 
& Celebration 

October 29, 2016
10:30am
Ocean Avenue 

Halloween Bonanza
October 31, 2016
6:00-9:00pm
FREE
Oldmeyer Center
Seaside 
Monday
Pacific Grove Certified Farmers' Market
3pm - 7pm, 3pm - 6pm (winter)
Grand Avenue and Central Avenue

Tuesday
Old Monterey Marketplace
4pm - 8pm (summer),
4pm - 7pm (winter)
Alvarado Street and W Franklin Street

Thursday
Carmel-by-the-Sea Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
6th Street and Mission Street
Soledad Farmers' Market
4pm - 8pm (May - December)
Encinal Street

Friday
Monterey Peninsula College Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
Monterey Peninsula College
930 Fremont St.
Carmel Valley Community Center
2:30-6:00pm

Saturday
Downtown Salinas Saturday Certified Farmers' Market
9am - 2pm
Gabilan Street between Main and Salinas Streets

Sunday
Marina Everyone's Harvest Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
215 Reservation Road
Gizdich Ranch
Pfeiffer Big Sur
Andrew Molera State Park 
Asilomar State Beach 
Monterey Sports Center
Sacntuary Rock Gym
Folktale Winery
Carmel Wine Walk
National Steinbeck Center
Pacific Grove Museum of
Natural History

Colton Hall Museum 
Ski Central 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Cannery Row Brewing Co. 
Fisherman's Wharf
Monterey Lanes 
Top 10 Day Hikes 
Quail Lodge & Golf Club
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Cannery Row 
Mirror Maze 
Whale Watching 
Fishing and Sailing
Mazda Raceway
Jacks Peak Park 
Carmel Mission  
Pebble Beach
Monterey County Fair & Event Center
Point Lobos 
Tor House
Pinnacles National Park 
Point Pino Lighthouse
Moss Landing State Beach
Museum of Monterey
Pacific Repertory Theatre

8 Pro Tips for Carving the
Perfect Pumpkin

1. Good carving starts with the right pumpkin. 
Choose one that is fresh, with a sturdy stem and no bruises, and that has a flat bottom so it won't roll.

2. Cut out the lid on an angle, not straight up and down. 
This way the lid won't drop inside the pumpkin when you replace it. A boning knife works best for this.

3. Scoop out all the pulp — and then some. 
You can buy a special "claw" for this, but an ice cream scoop will do just fine. Thin the inner wall of the "face" area to 1 1/4-inch thick, so it will be easier to pierce the shell.

4. Hold the pumpkin in your lap when it's time to carve the features. 
It's easier to carve when the face is gazing up at you. And don't cut on a slant; clean up-and-down slices look best. To make intricate designs, try using a small saw. Pumpkin Masters makes a pumpkin-carving kit with a 4-in-1 tool, a scraper tool, a saw, a drill, a pounce wheel, and 14 patterns

5. Use your scraps creatively. 
Make a tongue out of a discarded piece of pumpkin shell, for example.

6. Keep your pumpkin fresh. 
Spread petroleum jelly on the cut edges to seal in moisture. If your pumpkin still shrivels a few days later, you can revive it with a facedown soak in cold water for up to eight hours.

7. If you like to leave the lid on while the candle is lit, create a chimney. 
First, leave the lid on for a few minutes while the candle burns, then make a small hole where the lid has blackened.

8. Sprinkle a little cinnamon inside the lid. 
When you light the candle, your jack-o'-lantern will smell like a pumpkin pie.

Friday, October 7, 2016
Friend Request
Birth of a Nation
The Girl on the Train 

Friday, October 14, 2016
Desierto
Kevin Hart: What Now?
The Accountant 

Friday, October 21, 2016
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Keeping Up With The Joneses

Friday, October 28, 2016
Inferno 
New Life
Gimme Danger
Golden State (Basketball)
San Jose (Hockey)
Oakland (Baseball)
San Francisco (Baseball)
S
an Jose (Soccer)
COLLEGE
Cal State MB Otters
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