Public Citizen 02.07.13
Thursday, February 7, 2013
STEWARDS OF THE SEA | COUNTYWIDE – Save Our Shores trains volunteers to become stewards of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. 6:30-8:30pm Thursdays Feb. 21-April 11. Apply by Feb. 7. 462-5660 x3, www.saveourshores.org/stewards.
FUTURE OF FEDERAL LANDS | COUNTYWIDE – The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is seeking nominations to serve on its regional advisory council. Openings available for representatives of elected officials, environmental interests, and ranching, timber or energy development interests. March 1 deadline. (916) 941-3146, www.blm.gov.
SUNDAY 2 | 10
MISSION TO CUBA | CARMEL – Join Congregation Beth Israel for a humanitarian aid trip to Cuba Nov. 5-13. This informational session provides trip details and agenda. 3pm. CBI, 5716 Carmel Valley Road. 624-2015, www.carmelbethisrael.org.
FRIDAY 2 | 8
STAYING DRUG-FREE | SALINAS – Learn how to detoxify and fight addiction to opiates, including heroin and OxyContin, at this open house. Noon-4pm. Off Main Clinic, 1083 South Main St. Free. 424-4828, email@example.com.
SATURDAY 2 | 9
PLANTING LOCALLY | VARIOUS LOCATIONS – Volunteer with Return of the Natives to plant native species. 10am-1pm. Natividad Creek Park, 1395 Nogal Drive, Salinas; Fort Ord National Monument, follow signs from Lightfighter Dr., Marina. Free; snacks and tools provided. 582-3686, http://ron.csumb.edu.
MONDAY 2 | 11
AT THE PINNACLE | PAICINES – Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Congressman Sam Farr take a scenic walk through the nation’s newest national park in this ceremony celebrating Pinnacles. 3pm. East entrance, 5000 Highway 146. Free. 389-4485, www.nps.gov/pinn.
TUESDAY 2 | 12
MARINA SCHOOLS | MARINA – Mayor Bruce Delgado and Councilman Frank O’Connell invite the public to discuss Marina school facilities and future plans for Marina High School. 6:30pm. Public Library, 190 Seaside Circle. Free. 373-8431.