Artist of the Month: Daryle Smith
July 1, 2017
SW Corner of 5th and San Carlos

Pacific Grove 4th of July BBQ
July 4, 2017
Caledonia Park
Pacific Grove

Antiques and Collectibles Show and Sale
July 7-9, 2017
Central Ave & 12th Street
Pacific Grove

FIM Superbike World Championship
July 7-9, 2017
All day
Mazda Raceway

Carmel Art Walk
July 8, 2017
Downtown Carmel

Monterey Beer Festival
July 8, 2017
Monterey County Fair & Event Center

Carmel Bach Festival
July 15-29, 2017
Various times
Sunset Center
Monterey Bay

Dachshund Day
July 16, 2017
City Park Beach

Carmel-by-the-Glass Fiesta Garden Party
July 21, 2017
La Playa Hotel

California Rodeo
July 20-23, 2017
Salinas Sports Complex

Feast of Lanterns
July 26-30, 2017
All Day
Pacific Grove

Moss Landing Antique Street Fair
July 30, 2017
Moss Landing
Sanctuary Rock Gym
Pfeiffer Big Sur
Andrew Molera State Park 
Asilomar State Beach 
Folktale Winery
Carmel Wine Walk
National Steinbeck Center
Pacific Grove Museum of
Natural History

Colton Hall Museum 
Ski Central 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Gizdich Ranch
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
Pacific Grove Certified Farmers' Market
3pm - 7pm, 3pm - 6pm (winter)
Grand Avenue and Central Avenue

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

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

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

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

Marina Everyone's Harvest Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
215 Reservation Road

Who said you had to go out for Independence Day? From hosting your own creative party to creating a backyard oasis, here are 8 festive ways to celebrate the Fourth of July — without leaving your house.

1. Boost your basic BBQ

If you didn't get invited to a party this year, host your own, but take it up a notch from the same old hot dogs and burgers on the grill. Host a bake off and have your friends each bring their favorite recipe in a specified category—then vote on a winner (maybe even create a trophy and make it an annual tradition). Feeling brave? Host an Independence Day reenactment. (If you have kids, this is a good time for them to practice researching). Need inspiration? Try one of these 14 perfect Fourth of July appetizers.

2. Watch a movie under the stars

Enjoy the time at home celebrating your favorite traditions, but after the sun goes down, consider getting a projector and outdoor screen to watch a movie. Pop some popcorn, make some s'mores, and invite the neighborhood over to join you. These family-friendly films are perfect for the Fourth!

3. Create a backyard oasis

Make your backyard THE place to be this Independence Day. Create a theme—host your own carnival, have an adult slip 'n' slide, kiddie pools to soak away the heat, and fun games. Think of all of the summer activities you like the best and include them. Decorate in a unique way to make it a fun day for you, your family, and friends. Don't have a backyard? Talk to your landlord about using your rooftop, find a park nearby, or even turn your apartment or house into the most amazing holiday space! Serve these Fourth of July drinks to ensure your party is a success.

4. Enjoy the alone time

Though summer is supposed to be a time to unwind and relax, it seems that the calendar stays just as full as ever. Check your schedule to see if the Fourth of July might be one of the only days you have one hundred percent free to dedicate to your spouse or family. If so, maybe shirk the traditions and have a special date night or family night to spend time with the people you love.

5. Go your own yard

Set up tents, a fire pit, and "live off the land" from the comfort of your own backyard. Enjoy a night under the stars and outdoor cooking with your family. Having inclement weather, but still want to have a little fun? Create forts, get out your sleeping bags, and have a camp out indoors!

6. Let the kids plan the day

Have kids? Let them plan what you're going to do. Set a budget, give them some guidance if they need it, and let them plan a fun Fourth of July for you at your home.

7. Have a sports-a-thon

Invite the block over for some friendly competition. Set up a volleyball and badminton net, invest in corn hole equipment, and toss around a few hula hoops. Make sure all ages you'll have at your house will have a sport to participate in. If your family and guests are interested, have a friendly competition with fun prizes. You'll feel like you live in the nicest small town in America.

8. Give back and craft

Not one to spend your time out in the heat? Thanksgiving and Christmas aren't the only holidays where you should have others in mind. This is a great opportunity to reach out to your favorite charity to find out about any in kind needs they may have. Knit hats and blankets for babies, put together bags of toiletries for shelters, write letters to military personnel overseas, etc. Find a volunteer opportunity that's meaningful to you, your friends, and families and make this a memorable holiday because you did something for others! 

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San Francisco (Baseball)
an Jose (Soccer)

Cal State MB Otters
Friday, July 7, 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Undercover Grandpa


Friday, July 14, 2017
War for the Planet of the Apes
Lady Macbeth
The Big Sick

Friday, July 21, 2017
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Friday, July 28, 2017
The Dark Tower
The Emoji Movie
Strange Weather
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