Carmel Chamber of Commerce
THE WEEKLY CATALYST :
SPECIAL EDITION PART THREE
March 18, 2020
Linking Businesses...
to One Another
WHAT ARE... ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES
MINIMUM BASIC OPERATIONS
ESSENTIAL TRAVEL
RESIDENCES
SOCIAL DISTANCING
For the purposes of this Order, “Essential Businesses” means:
i. H ealthcare Operations and Essential Infrastructure;
ii. Grocery stores, certified farmers’ markets, farm and produce stands, supermarkets, food banks, convenience stores, and other establishments engaged in the retail sale of canned or frozen food, dry goods, beverages, fresh fruits and vegetables, pet supply, fresh meats, fish, and poultry, and any other household consumer products (such as cleaning and personal care products). This includes stores that sell groceries and also sell other nongrocery products, and products necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences;
iii. Any form of cultivation of products for personal consumption or use, including farming,
ranching, livestock, and fishing, and associated activities, including, but not limited to,
activities or businesses associated with planting, growing, harvesting, processing,
cooling, storing, packaging, and transporting such products, or the wholesale or retail sale
of such products, provided that, to the extent possible, such businesses comply with
Social Distancing Requirements and otherwise provide for the health and safety of their
employees;
iv. Businesses that provide food, shelter, and social services, and other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged, compromised or otherwise needy individuals;
v. Newspapers, television, radio, and other media services;
vi. Gas stations and auto-supply, auto-repair, and related facilities;
vii. Banks and related financial institutions;
viii. Hardware stores;
ix. Plumbers, electricians, exterminators, and other service providers who provide services
that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of
residences, Essential Activities, and Essential Businesses;
x. Businesses providing mailing and shipping services, including post office boxes;
xi. Educational institutions—including public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and
universities—for purposes of facilitating distance learning or performing essential
functions, provided that social distancing of six-feet per person is maintained to the
greatest extent possible;
xii. Laundromats, drycleaners, and laundry service providers;
xiii. Restaurants and other facilities that prepare and serve food, but only for delivery or carry out. Schools and other entities that typically provide free food services to students or
members of the public may continue to do so under this Order on the condition that the
food is provided to students or members of the public on a pick-up and take-away basis
only. Schools and other entities that provide food services under this exemption shall not
permit the food to be eaten at the site where it is provided, or at any other gathering site;
xiv. Businesses that supply products needed for people to work from home;
xv. Businesses that supply other essential businesses with the support or supplies necessary to operate;
xvi. Businesses that ship or deliver groceries, food, goods or services directly to residences;
xvii. Airlines, taxis, and other private transportation providers providing transportation
services necessary for Essential Activities and other purposes expressly authorized in this
Order;
xviii. Home-based care for seniors, adults, or children;
xix. Residential facilities and shelters for seniors, adults, and children;
xx. Professional services, such as legal or accounting services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities;
xxi. Childcare facilities providing services that enable employees exempted in this Order to
work as permitted. To the extent possible, childcare facilities must operate under the
following mandatory conditions:
1. Childcare must be carried out in stable groups of 12 or fewer (“stable” means that
the same 12 or fewer children are in the same group each day).
2. Children shall not change from one group to another.
3. If more than one group of children is cared for at one facility, each group shall be
in a separate room. Groups shall not mix with each other.
4. Childcare providers shall remain solely with one group of children.
xxii. Hotels, motels, bed and breakfast establishments, and other businesses that provide
transient occupancy for visitors to the County, provided that such business require their
patrons to shelter in place as otherwise required by this Order.
xxiii. On-going commercial construction (meaning commercial construction that actually
commenced, and was not just permitted, prior to the effective date of this Order),
provided that such activity implements Social Distancing Requirements to the extend
feasible and otherwise provides for the health and safety of their employees.

f. For the purposes of this Order, “Minimum Basic Operations” include the following, provided that employees comply with Social Distancing Requirements as defined this Section, to the extent possible, while carrying out such operations:
i. The minimum necessary activities to maintain the value of the business’s inventory,
ensure security, process payroll and employee benefits, or for related functions.
ii. The minimum necessary activities to facilitate employees of the business being able to
continue to work remotely from their residences.

g. For the purposes of this Order, “Essential Travel” includes travel within or without the County, or between the various counties, for any of the following purposes. Individuals engaged in any Essential Travel must comply with all Social Distancing Requirements as defined in this Section below.
i. Any travel related to the provision of or access to Essential Activities, Essential
Governmental Functions or Services, Essential Businesses, or Minimum Basic
Operations.
ii. Travel to care for elderly, minors, dependents, persons with disabilities, or other
vulnerable persons.
iii. Travel to or from educational institutions for purposes of receiving materials for distance
learning, for receiving meals, and any other related services.
iv. Travel to return to a place of residence from outside the jurisdiction.
v. Travel required by law enforcement or court order.
vi. Travel required for non-residents to return to their place of residence outside the County. Individuals are strongly encouraged to verify that their transportation out of the County remains available and functional prior to commencing such travel.
vii. Travel engaged in interstate commerce and otherwise subject to the provisions of the
Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution.

h. For purposes of this Order, residences include hotels, motels, shared rental units and similar facilities.

i. For purposes of this Order, “Social Distancing Requirements” includes maintaining at least sixfoot social distancing from other individuals, washing hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds as frequently as possible or using hand sanitizer, covering coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands), regularly cleaning high-touch surfaces, and not shaking hands.
THE APPLAUSE SECTION
The Community has already begun it's efforts to pull together; therefore, we are going to start highlighting those who have gone above and beyond to make the best out of a bad situation. Welcome to THE APPLAUSE SECTION.

JOHN PLASTINI: Mr. Plastini is a property manager for several properties in town, including the Doud Arcade. This Monday John met with all of his tenants and explained how he was going to work WITH them to accommodate their financial needs during this time. Thank you John for understanding the crisis of small businesses at this time and for being willing to step in and act as a leader in our community.

RIO GRILL: The owner of Rio Grill, Tony Tollner, when forced to close, sent all the leftover food in his restaurant home with his employees. Every little bit helps at times like these, so Thank you Tony for your leadership.

CITY OF CARMEL: The City of Carmel is waiving all parking fees during this time and allowing restaurants tasteful signage in front of their shops for curbside pickup. Thank you to the City for recognizing this need and relaxing their restrictions during this time to help our small businesses.

COUNCILMAN JEFF BARON: Jeff is working with a group of residents to identify the top 100 most at risk Carmelites, so that neighbors can help neighbors during this time. Thank you Jeff Baron for this important work and your leadership.

CARMEL CHAMBER BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Thank you to this dynamic group of leaders for meeting virtually this morning and discussing the status of business in the village at this time. This group will be working diligently to contact our elected state legislature to make certain MONTEREY COUNTY is placed on the eligibility list for SBA Disaster Loan Assistance. This committee, which normally meets once a month will be merging virtually each week until we are through this trying time. We will keep you updated.

**SEND US YOUR STORIES AND WE WILL CONTINUE TO HIGHLIGHT**
AN EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

In light of the almost hourly changes and the ever-increasing impact to small businesses, we have decided to offer support and make the focus of this 2-hour VIRTUAL Branding Workshop on how you can maximize your brand impact, differentiate as much as possible and make yourself even more valuable to your clients and their needs right now. So as much focused on current climate as possible. 
And we've decided to make it totally FREE to small business owners.
If we can provide something valuable that might just help and at a time small business owners may have a bit more time to be creative, then we're more than happy to do so. 

Lesley Everett
CEO Walking TALL Training & Consulting, Inc. 
Award-winning International Keynote Speaker | Brand Coach | Author | President of Global Speakers Federation 2014
www.lesleyeverett.com
www.walkingtall.org

'Putting values back in business'
HELP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES WHO ARE OPEN FOR YOU DURING THIS TIME!
Our team continues to reach out to our members to get information on the current status of their businesses. Please be advised this is not a comprehensive list, and is subject to change by the hour. We will be updating this list as we receive more information. We are now focusing on restaurants, retail who have online stores and/or gift certificates available and a few other sectors which are broadly used by the community.
IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR BUSINESS LISTED or if the information listed has changed, please send us an email and we will update on a daily basis: ceo@carmelchamber.org
We will also be sharing information through our FB & Instagram channels, so if you don't already follow the Chamber on social media, please do!
AND- THE CEO BLOG on our Chamber website will be another place to look for business resources and important updates from the federal government down to our City. Once it goes live, we will send you the link.
In the meantime, see below!
SHOPPING/RETAIL
AMELIA'S GIFTS: Temporarily Closed.

AMI: ONLINE STORE!

ANNE FONTAINE: ONLINE STORE!

ANNE THULL FINE ART DESIGNS : Call for Shipping Options 831-293-8190

AQUA WELLNESS DAY SPA: Temporarily Closed.

B&G Jewelers: Temporarily Closed.

BEACHWOOD HOME: Temporarily Closed.

BEE, BARK & MOSS: ONLINE STORE!

BENNETT SCULPTURE GALLERY : Call for Shipping Options (831) 626-3054

BIG SUR CANNA+BOTANICALS: Call for pick up (831) 224-3075

BITNER 'THE PLEASURE OF WRITING': ONLINE STORE!

BHODY: ONLINE STORE!

BLACK BIRD ART & DEISGN: Temporarily Closed.

BRUNO'S MARKET & DELI: Open as an essential service business. DELIVERY available to all for groceries and carry out items (to most local areas - can call to confirm) Orders over $35.00 is $2.50 Under $35.00 - $7.00 or can call ahead and order/pay for curbside delivery. 831-624-3821

BURNS COWBOY SHOP : ONLINE STORE!

CALHOUN ESTATE JEWELERS: ONLI NE STORE!

CARMEL ACE HARDWARE: Open for business as usual. ONLINE STORE!

CARMEL BAY COMPANY : Temporarily Closed.

CARMEL DRUG STORE: Open for business as usual. Delivery and Curbside Service. ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 624-3819.

CARMEL HIGHLANDS GENERAL STORE: Call for info 831-624-7851

CARRIG'S of CARMEL: ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 620-1000

CAYEN JEWELERS: ONLINE STORE! for info (831) 626-2722

CLASSIC ART GALLERY: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-625-0464

COAST CARMEL: Temporarily Closed.

CORNUCOPIA COMMUNITY MARKET: Open for business as usual. Call for info 831-625-1454

DELIA BRADFORD FINE ARTS: ONLINE STORE! FREE SHIPPING! Call 831-601-4957

DIGGIDY DOG: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-625-1585

EARTHBOUND FARMS: Open for business as usual. No salad bar. Call for info 831-625-6219

ELIZABETHW: ONLINE STORE!

FJØRN SCANDINAVIAN at the Pine Inn Hotel : Call (408) 627-0123. ONLINE STORE! Offering free local home delivery/UPS Shipping to customers throughout the Monterey Bay Area.

FOURTANE: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-624-4684

GALLERY MAR CARMEL: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-624-2000, or by email.

HEAVEN: Message the store through their Instagram account for orders. Call for info (831) 624-6550

HERA BRIDAL: Email: contact@herabridal.com

HESSELBEIN'S JEWELERS: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-625-2522

HOUSE OF CARDOON: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-204-0438

KATHY SHARPE STUDIO & GALLERY: Call for info 831-915-5052

KERRY LEE REMARKABLE JEWELRY: Temporarily Closed.

KHAKI'S MEN'S CLOTHIER OF CARMEL : ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 664-8106

KOCEK JEWELER, INC: Closed until further notice. ONLINE STORE!

J.MCLAUGHLIN: Closed through April 8th. ONLINE STORE!

JOINING HANDS BENEFIT SHOP: Temporarily Closed.

LADYFINGERS JEWELRY: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-624-2327

LAND & SEA GOLF : ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 293-7200

LAUB'S COUNTRY STORE/CARMEL CLASSICS: Temporarily Closed.

LLOYD'S SHOES: Closed until further notice. ONLINE STORE!

LOPEZ LIQUORS & FINE WINES: Temporarily Closed.

MAD DOGS & ENGLISHMEN BIKE SHOP : ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 250-7687

NATALI BARONI: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 805-451-0195

NIELSEN BROS. MARKET & DELI: Open for business as usual. Delivery Options Available to all. Delivery charge based on distance traveled. Call 831-624-6441

OLIVIER-BY-THE-SEA: ONLINE STORE! or Call in Orders to Pick Up (831) 574-8045

OPTIQUE AMERICA: Temporarily Closed.

PALOMAS HOME FURNISHINGS: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-624-6120

PAMPLEMOUSSE : Temporarily Closed.

PARTS UNKNOWN: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-626-6323

PATRICK JAMES : ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-620-0167

PATRICIA QUALLS ART STUDIO : Call (831) 245-8076

PILGRIM'S WAY BOOKSTORE & SECRET GARDEN : Call & place a book or retail item order! (831) 624-4955

PHOTOGRAPHY WEST GALLERY: ONLINE STORE. Call for info 831-625-1587

REFUGE: Temporarily Closed.

RIESER FINE ART: ONLINE STORE!

RIVER HOUSE BOOKS : Call to place a book order! (831) 626-2665

ROBIN'S JEWELRY: Temporarily Closed.

SHE: Temporarily Closed.

SOCKSHOP CARMEL/WICKS & WAX: Temporarily Closed.

SPENCERS STATIONARY: Temporarily Closed.

THE BARN - A CLOTHING STORE: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-620-2625

THE CHEESE SHOP: Closed through April 8th, but people can Call for orders 831-625-2272, send emails to: cheeseshoporders@aol.com and to follow updates on our social medias: Twitter/Instagram @TheCheeseShop1, or Facebook -The Cheese Shop.

THE CLUB: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-625-1645

THE CROSSROADS JEWELER: Closed for a few weeks

THE HEARTH SHOP: Temporarily Closed.

THE RAW CONNECTION: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-626-7555

THE TREADMILL: Call, email, will deliver 831-624-4112

THINKER TOYS: ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-624-0441

THOMAS KINKADE SIGNATURE GALLERY: STUDIO IN THE GARDEN : Closed through April 8th.

TIFFANY & CO. : ONLINE STORE! Call for info 831-626-4040

TOMMY BAHAMA: ON LINE STORE!

TRIO CARMEL: Temporarily Closed.

TWO SISTERS DESIGNS: Call for orders 831-625-1203

VINEYARD VINES: O NLINE STORE!

WELL SCENTS: Call for info (831) 747-4471

WESTON GALLERY, THE : ONLINE STORE! Call for info (831) 624-4453.

YELLOW BRICK ROAD BENEFIT SHOP: Closed through April 8th.
DINING
Check out our member restaurants who have
Carry Out/Take Out/To Go & Delivery options!!!


5th AVENUE DELI: Call ahead for pick up orders 831-625-2688

AABHA INDIAN CUISINE : Free delivery on orders over $45.00 within 5 miles - call 831-250-5940

ALLEGROS PIZZERIA: Carry-out & Delivery Available. Call 831-626-5454

ANTON & MICHEL : Carry Out Available. Call 831-624-2406

A.W. SCHUCKS COCKTAIL & OYSTER BAR: Temporarily Closed.

BASIL SEASONAL DINING: To Go & Delivery Available via Grubhub or DoorDash. Call for info 831-626-8226

BROPHY'S TAVERN: Carryout & Curbside Available until 9PM. Delivery Available within 1 mile. Call 831-586-5566

CAFE CARMEL BAKERY & ICE CREAM: Carry Out business as usual. Call for info 831-624-3870

CARMEL BISTRO GIOVANNI: Carry Out Available. Call 831-626-6003

CARMEL COFFEE HOUSE & ROASTING COMPANY: Open for to go orders with reduced occupancy.

CARMEL POKE COMPANY: Carry Out Available & Doorbell Dining for Delivery. Call 831-574-3322

CARMEL VALLEY ROASTING COMPANY: Beans & Brewed Coffee available at local markets.

CATCH RESTAURANT: Temporarily Closed.

CANTINETTA LUCA: Curbside Delivery from 3:30-8:30PM. Call 831-625-6500

CHINA DELIGHT RESTAURANT: Carry Out Available as well as Doorbell Dining for delivery. Call 831-625-3367

COFFEE BANK: Temporarily Closed.

CULTURA: Temporarily Closed.

DAMETRA CAFE: To Go Orders Available as well as Delivery to local Carmel area through the restaurant and via DoorDash, Doorbell Dining, DoorDash & Uber Eats. Call for info 831-622-7766

ETAS UNIS FRENCH AMERICAN BISTRO: Temporarily Closed.

FLAHERTY'S SEAFOOD GRILL & OYSTER BAR: Carry Out available as well as Delivery through DoorBell Dining. Call 831-625-1500

FLYING FISH GRILL: Business Decision Pending.

GRASING'S: Curbside Delivery of To Go Orders & Home Delivery in CBTS. Special to go menu available online. Call 831-624-6562

GUSTOS HANDCRAFTED PASTA & PIZZA: To Go Orders. Call 831-899-5825

HOG'S BREATH INN: Carry Out Available. 831-625-1044

IL FORNAIO: Temporarily Closed.

IL GRILLO: Temporarily Closed.

KATY'S PLACE: Reviewing. Call 831-250-6295

LA BALENA: Carry Out & Dry Goods Available for Sale. Call 831-250-6295

LA BICYCLETTE RESTAURANT: Carry out on Pizzas & Salads. Call 831-622-9899

LITTLE NAPOLI BISTRO ITALIANO: Temporarily Closed. Please call Vesuvio for Delivery.

MOUNTAIN MIKE'S PIZZA : Carry out & Delivery Available. Call 831-624-1007

PATISSERIE BOISSIERE: To Go Available. Call 831-624-5008

PESCADERO: Take out & Curbside Pick Up Available. Call 831-624-7400. Online Ordering SOON.

PORTABELLA: Temporarily Closed.

RIO GRILL: Temporarily Closed.

ROCKY POINT RESTAURANT: Temporarily Closed.

SEVENTH & DOLORES: To Go & Delivery Options Available. Call 831-293-7600

STATIONAERY: Carry-out & Delivery Available Starting Thursday, March 19th. Call 831-250-7183

SUR AT THE BARNYARD : Temporarily Closed.

TERRY'S LOUNGE: Carry Out Available. Call 831-620-7454

THE CROSSROADS BBQ: Carry out Available, as well as Doorbell Dining for delivery. Call 831-250-7616. ONLINE ordering SOON.

THE FORGE IN THE FOREST: Carry Out & To Go Available. Delivery via GrubHub. Call for info 831-624-2233

THE MISSION RANCH: Carry Out Available. Call 831-624-6436

THE POCKET: Restaurant Grand Opening Pending.

TOMMY'S WOK: Carry Out Available. Call 831-624-8518

TUCK BOX: To Go Available. Call 831-624-6365

VESUVIO: Carry Out & Delivery from 5PM-8PM. Delivery to Carmel Area (can call to verify if your area covered) OR Door Dash also available. Call 831-624-1766

VILLAGE CORNER: Carry Out Available, as well as Delivery via DoorBell Dining. Call 831-624-3588

YEAST OF EDEN: To Go Orders Available from Noon - 7PM. Call 831-293-8621


WINERIES/TASTING ROOMS: VIRTUALLY ALL have ONLINE STORES for purchasing, and many are waiving shipping fees!!!
CURRENT STATUS OF MORE MEMBERS
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS are deemed ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES, and as such will be open for business as usual, while taking all precautions to keep customers and employees safe and healthy.

HOTELS & INNS
Click here to download a spreadsheet on the status of local hotels & inns.
ADVENTURES BY THE SEA : Temporarily Closed.

AG VENTURE TOURS: Temporarily Closed through April 8th.

AQUA WELLNESS DAY SPA: Temporarily Closed. ONLINE STORE.

BIG SUR INTERNATIONAL MARATHON: 2020 Marathon Postponed.

BIG SUR TOURS & MORE: Temporarily Closed.

BIG SURF LESSONS & ADVENTURES: Temporarily Closed.

CALIFORNIA LEGACY TOURS: Temporarily Closed.

CARL CHERRY CENTER FOR THE ARTS: Temporarily Closed.

CARMEL ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS: " CAPA started live streaming of all classes yesterday (March 16th)! We are business as usual, or almost as usual, with great thanks to CAPA business manager, Kellie Quinn-Hoffmeister and Mike Buffo, House of 8 Media. We are the first studio to offer this and we are looking to offer other dance studios the opportunity to rent space to film, stream their classes. Our goal is to help the dance community regardless of where the dancer attends classes." Please call 831-624-3729 for more information.

CARMEL ART ASSOCIATION : Closed to the public until further notice. On-line shows and sales at  www.carmelart.org .

CARMEL BARRE & GO FIGURE ACTIVEWEAR: May begin offering members online classes, more to come. Call for info (831)250-5231

CARMEL FOOD TOURS : Suspended tours for 4 weeks, currently hoping to restart the week of 4/20. Gift Cards Available ONLINE!

CARMEL FOUNDATION, THE: Closed through March 31st.

CARMEL MAIL, LLC : Open MON-FRI Noon - 4PM. Call 831-574-8410.
CARMEL MISSION MUSEUM STORE: Open for business as usual.

CARMEL OFFICE & BUSINESS CENTER: Open MON-SAT 10AM-5:30PM. Call 831-624-1800

CARMEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: In person community services cancelled this Sunday, BUT parishioners may observe a recorded service on Sunday on the church's website.

CARMEL UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: Closed through April 8th.

CARMEL VALLY ATHLETIC CLUB: Temporarily Closed.

CARMEL VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION : Call for info (831) 659-2441

CARMEL WALKS: BOOK TOURS ONLINE for the future! Call for info 831-373-2813

CARMEL WOMEN'S CLUB: Closed for all programs through May 15th. We will reevaluate at the beginning of May to decide if it is safe and prudent to resume our Programs & Teas.

CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ART : Closed to the public through March 31st.

CHURCH IN THE FOREST: In person community services suspended through April 5th , BUT subscribe to their podcast available on their website.

CHURCH OF THE WAYFARER: In person community services cancelled this Sunday, BUT parishioners may observe a recorded service on Sunday on the church's website and FB page.

CUSTOM INNOVATIONS: Business as usual.

CYCLEBAR CARMEL RANCHO: Closed effective Monday March 16th through April 1st.

DANCE CENTER, THE: Closed through March 27th.

JOINING HANDS BENEFIT SHOP: Closed through April 1st.

MARCH HARE SALON: Call for info (831) 624-3024

MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM : Closed until at least March 27th.

MONTEREY BAY SURF LESSONS: Temporarily Closed.

MONTEREY BAY WHALE WATCH: Temporarily Closed.

MONTEREY MOVIE TOURS: No tours at this time.

MONTEREY MUSEUM OF ART : Closed through April 5th until further notice. All programs and evens through April either cancelled or postponed.

MONTEREY PENINSULA REGIONAL PARK DISTRICT: Garland Ranch Visitor Center & Palo Corona Discovery Center Closed until April 15th. District Parks currently remain open for regular use.

MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT: Open for business as usual. Check website for updates.

MONTEREY TOURING VEHICLES: Still taking reservations ONLINE and sterilizing vehicles. Call for info 831-337-8800

NATIONAL STEINBECK CENTER : Closed March 16th until further notice.

PACIFIC REPERTORY THEATRE: Closed until further notice.

PAK MAIL: Open MON-FRI 9AM-4:30PM, SAT 10AM-2PM. Call 831-626-8100.

PRINCESS MONTEREY WHALE WATCH: Temporarily Closed.

PURE BARRE CARMEL BY THE SEA: Closed starting March 18th . ONLINE CLASSES AVAILABLE.

ROBINSONS JEFFERS TOR HOUSE: No tours at this time.

RUN IN THE NAME OF LOVE: Cancelled.

SEA GODDESS WHALE WATCHING: Temporarily Closed.

SEASIDE YOGA SANCTUARY : Studio Closed through April 8th , Live streaming classes for a nominal fee, Call for info (831) 899-YOGA

SPA AT PEBBLE BEACH: Closed through April 6th.

SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER: Campus closed to the public through April 8th. Essential staff remain available to take and return calls and inquiries throughout the duration, by calling the Admin Office (831) 620-2040 or Box Office (831) 620-2048.

STEVENSON SCHOOL: Moved to an indefinite period of  remote instruction , effective March 16, 2020.

UPS STORE of CARMEL: Open for business as usual. MON-FRI 8:30AM-6:30PM, SAT 9AM-5PM, SUN 11AM-4PM.

VIVIEN Z OF CARMEL: Call for info 831-250-5792

WEATHERTECH RACEWAY LAGUNA SECA: Monitoring the Situation, Currently intend to host 2020 events as scheduled.

WINE FLIGHTS, INC. : Not tours at this time.

YOGA CENTER OF CARMEL: Closed through March 31st.
Thank you for your loyal membership in the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.
We are YOUR Chamber of Commerce - Creating the Links to
Help Our Businesses Succeed & Our Community Thrive .

Sincerely,
Jenny MacMurdo
ceo@carmelchamber.org
831-624-3877 x203