COVID-19 Local Update
July 22, 2020
It's Wildlife Wednesday! - Photo credit: Todd Howerton
Deer at Hopkins Marine Station watching squid fishing boats - thanks for sharing this awesome photo, Todd! Send us your wildlife photos for consideration to share to
REMINDER FOR TOMORROW: Mornings with the Manager, Thursday, July 23, 9:00 a.m. Tune in at
Informative, interactive via the chat box, and interesting updates from City Manager Hans Uslar.
July is Park and Recreation Month
Here's an in-house produced video that shows some of the community-wide programs the Monterey Parks and Recreation Department have been busy with since the Shelter in Place order started in March. We love our parks and the wide variety of local recreation opportunities!
Virtual Programs at the Monterey Public Library - Next Chapter: Live, Laugh, & Learn
What is improv and how can it benefit your life? Through the use of improvisational theater techniques, you will get the opportunity to experience a "room" full of adults rediscovering the power of play. You will be entertained, informed and engaged in a process that will release your endorphins, lower your blood pressure and leave you with a sense of relaxation. Join Dr. Richard Westbrook for this introductory session.

Tuesday, August 4, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Virtual programs take place on Zoom, or participants may join by phone. Register in advance online or call (831) 646-3933.

Check out more virtual programming at the Monterey Public Library and subscribe to their email. View the online program calendar at the lower right corner of
Have Hope
We can get through this pandemic sooner than later if we all: take it seriously, wear a mask, keep a distance, wash hands, stay home if sick. This virus is very contagious. The County reported 166 new cases today - we can do better. Please, have hope that our time of Covid will be gone soon, and do your part to flatten the curve.
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From Flattening the Curve to Slowing the Spread and back to Flattening the Curve - Let's do it!
#MasksUp including over noses