Anne Perry

Period Costume

Bookworks

Stephen Palumbi Author Event
Juan Sanchez
Read-A-Thon 2014
Read-A-Thon Participants
Celebrating Forty Years!
Friends at Nonprofit of the Year Dinner
Audience for Peter Fischer
Brad Herzog, April 17
Reception for Life Members and Benefactors
lucky raffle winners
Selling raffle tickets
Anne Perry
Period Costume at Anne Perry Event
Bookworks at the Anne Perry Event
My Half of the Sky
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News From the PG Library Friends

Want to Really Get Involved?

The Board of the Friends of the Pacific Grove Library is seeking applications for new Board members.  Board members attend a monthly meeting; in between meetings, they contribute their expertise to the organization of events, the creation of publicity, and outreach to the community.  We are particularly interested at the moment in individuals who are comfortable with electronic communication.  If you think the opportunity sounds intriguing, drop off a paragraph describing how you think you could contribute at the front desk of the Library.  Be sure to include your contact information so a...

Stephen Palumbi Author Event an Extreme Success!
Stephen Palumbi at the Pacific Grove Public Library

On January 29, over 120 people came to hear Dr. Stephen Palumbi, the Director of Hopkins Marine Station, talk about his latest book, The Extreme Life of the Sea. His highly entertaining discussion covered a range of the most extreme species and how they succeed in the expanse of Earth’s oceans: a small worm whose tail is the temperature of hot tea and head the temperature of ice; a fish with eyes on top its brain that see out through the protection of a clear skull; and a fish with its own internal antifreeze. Dr. Palumbi’s enthusiastic appreciation for and sense of wonder at the...

Juan Sanchez Fills the Library with Song and Poetry
Juan Sanchez

On January 15th, a gathering of 50 people shared the passion that Juan L. Sanchez has for Spanish poetry and music. He read us translations of major 20th-century Spanish poets, then performed the poems in Spanish with musical accompaniment.  ¡Bravo

Juan L. Sánchez is a singer/songwriter, educator and artistic director of the Juan L. Sánchez Ensemble. Born and raised in Spain, he came to California and then Monterey in the 1980s. While teaching elementary school, he started writing his first original compositions and assembled Trova Latina...

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