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This weekend at Resold Threadz Consignments we have new inventory including Tommy Bahama silk blouses for men, a Bobby Jones 100% baby alpaca sweater vest, and Polo by Ralph Lauren sweaters and polos. We also have purple label Ralph Lauren long sleeve dress shirts. All of the items have tags on them and are brand new!

Resold Threadz Consignments, located at 800 Lighthouse Avenue, Suite B in Monterey, carries clothing and accessories for men and women. We are now offering 20% off winter attire for men and women.

In celebration of Monterey's entry into the less restrictive Red Tier of Covid regulations, Downtown Old Monterey has updated our online Dining Guide!

Wondering where you can eat indoors, outdoors, or get great take-out or curbside pick-up? Trying to figure out your favorite restaurant's current hours? It's all right here.

The Dining Guide's "Dine-in" category includes all establishments offering indoor or outdoor dining. Just click on a specific restaurant in any category to see the specific dining options available there, hours of operation, and food photos. (Yum!)

Join Monterey Museum of Art online for a live conversation with artists Amy Díaz-Infante and Angelica Muro on April 8 at 4pm, as they share insights about their creative practices and their personal journeys as artists and educators.

In our dialogue with Amy and Angelica we will explore their experiences teaching, leading, and creating, and discuss how to advance equity in the art world and in museums. Fee is $15. Register online in advance.

Amy Díaz-Infante is a visual artist living and working in San Francisco. Díaz-Infante is a full-time faculty member in Printmaking, Drawing, and Design at the City College of San Francisco.

Angelica Muro is an artist and curator who is Chair and Assoc. Professor of Integrated Media and Photography in the Visual and Public Art Department at CSUMB as well as the Director of the Visual and Public Art Gallery at CSUMB. Muro teaches photography, media analysis courses, and community engaged practices.

We are very happy to announce that Epsilon Fine Greek Restaurant has reopened at 422 Tyler Street in Downtown Old Monterey. Owner Christos Hix, with the help of friends, fans, and family, has managed to resurrect one of Monterey's beloved dining destinations.

Epsilon is open for outdoor dining, limited indoor dining, and take-out. For now, a limited menu is being served, which includes favorites such as chicken kebob, falafel, spanakopita, gyros, salads, hummus and tzatziki, and homemade baklava. Cash or check only.

All Covid-19 guidelines and regulations are in place - masks are required except while eating and drinking. We encourage you to stop by and show your support for this family-owned spot, celebrating its thirtieth year in Monterey.

Tiramisu Tuesdays at MidiCi Monterey

Posted on March 22nd, 2021 by MidiCi

Don't miss Tiramisu Tuesdays at MidiCi Monterey! On any Tuesday, place an order of $35 or more at MidiCi (either at the restaurant or via the Toast app) and receive a free piece of our deliciously creamy, coffee-infused tiramisu.

MidiCi, The Neapolitan Pizza Company, is located at 467 Alvarado Street in Downtown Old Monterey.

We're happy to announce that Pilates Monterey is re-opening on Monday, April 5 for 1-person (private) and 2-person (duet) sessions in our studio at 533 Hartnell Street in Downtown Old Monterey. Please e-mail us to book your session and for more information.

If you're new to the studio, please contact us to make an appointment for a free 30-minute assessment, in which we will: address your individual needs, prior injuries, and long-term goals; introduce you to the Pilates method; and explore some of the exercises and apparatus based on your specific profile.

Pilates Monterey is a locally-owned, independent Pilates studio founded upon the values of teaching excellence, developing community, fostering hope, and promoting lifelong learning in a welcoming environment.

Campbell Youth Commission Now Accepting Applications for 2021-2022!

Posted on March 18th, 2021 by Campbell Recreation Events

The Campbell Youth Commission is a joint effort project. Partners include the City of Campbell, Santa Clara County Library District, Campbell Union School District, Moreland School District and, Campbell Union High School District.

Youth Commissioners should be Campbell residents during the 2021-2022 school year and enrolled in grades 7 through 12. For those appointed to the commission, they will serve a one year term, September through May. Interested teens may reapply for up to a three term maximum. The Commission should be diverse, a strong representation of Campbell youth. The commissioners will be individuals who can contribute different elements to the group and together make a cohesive youth commission. Meetings will be held every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 7:00pm.

Requirements:

  • Campbell residents
  • Enrolled in grades 7 through 12 during 2021-2022 school year
  • Attend bi-monthly evening meetings on Mondays, September through May
  • Interest and enthusiasm for leadership and local government practices

Questions about the commission and application process should be directed to Julie Pieracci, Recreation Specialist at [email protected] or 408-866-2778.

Cypress Boutique Monterey has new men’s sweaters in stock that are perfect for any occasion! We have a variety of styles and colors for you to choose from in sizes Small - 2XL.

Visit the shop at 800 Lighthouse Avenue, Suite C in Monterey to view our full collection. We feature a small selection of men's wear on our website, and continue to welcome phone orders for curbside pick-up, 831-383-2769 - check out our Instagram page for the latest photos.

Leather Circle Clutch at Lilify

Posted on March 18th, 2021 by Lilify

It's rare to find a bag that is simultaneously streamlined and unexpected. Lilify's Circle Clutch is a modern silhouette, handmade with a timeless material, oil hide leather.

This beautiful bag is available in black and brown. An attention-worthy accessory, it's handmade in Georgia by Neva Opet. Available online for shipping and curbside pick-up and in our store at 281 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Not many shops in California have Trek's Slash 7 bicycle in stock...but Epicenter Cycling does! Give us a shout or come on by before they're gone - Slash is HOT. Epicenter is located at 230 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Trek's Slash 7 is a high-value all-mountain ripper that’s built for shredding singletrack at full speed. It's got a stout aluminum frame and capable suspension package that can smash through gnarly, choppy descents like nobody’s business.

This year, Bamboo Reef Dive Shop is running Boat Fun Dives three times a month to ensure everyone gets enough Vitamin Sea! Hop aboard the Beach Hopper II on a Sunday morning to explore some of the best dive sites around Monterey Bay.

We've still got spots for our March 21 and 28 Fun Dives. Check out our calendar here, then give us a call at 415-362-6694 to book your spot. Space is limited. Please remember: you must be SCUBA or freedive certified to join a Fun Dive.

Bamboo Reef Dive Shop is located at 614 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Haute Beauty Guide has a delightful selection of Easter-themed gifts for children in the shop as well as greeting cards for all ages! Gifts include Easter baskets, children's handbags, bunny-shaped hair clips, and fun kids' books, plus spa baskets for the grown-ups.

Haute Beauty Guide, a small, locally-owned business that celebrates the work of California's artisans and creators, offers in-store shopping at 71 Pearl Street in Downtown Old Monterey as well as online shopping for curbside pick-up or shipping.

Indoor Pilates classes are returning to Om Studios on April 1. We'll be starting with a small schedule and slowly adding in more classes and teachers based on the demand. Please register online in advance. For more info, please e-mail us.

Classes will be socially distanced and held in a large, open space. Reformers will be spaced 6 feet apart and the large double doors will be open for ventilation. All classes will be small - 5 people max. Face masks are required for all indoor Pilates classes. Grippy socks are required for all reformer classes.

Om Studios is located at 631 Cass Street, Suite B in Downtown Old Monterey.

Monterey Moves into the Red Tier!

Posted on March 16th, 2021 by lighthouseave

New Monterey's Lighthouse District is happy to announce that Monterey County moved from the most restrictive Purple Tier into the Red Tier on Tuesday, March 16.

What this means for businesses in Monterey is:

Restaurants are allowed 25% indoor dining in addition to current outdoor dining, take-out, curbside pick-up, and delivery (please view our Dining Guide to see what's available - it's updated frequently)

Retail shops can increase in-store shopping from 20% to 50% capacity

Entertainment venues (such as movie theaters, the Aquarium, etc.) can open at 25% capacity

Fitness studios and gyms can open indoors at 10% capacity

It is extremely important that we all continue to follow health requirements such as wearing masks and social distancing so that Monterey County stays in the Red Tier and we are able to progress to the Orange and Yellow Tiers, which have even fewer restrictions. Vaccinations are increasing and hospitalizations are decreasing, but the pandemic is not over yet.

This move into the Red Tier reflects all the hard work the business community and our residents have done so far! Congratulations on a job well done. Keep it up, everyone!

Monterey Moves into the Red Tier!

Posted on March 16th, 2021 by omba

The Old Monterey Business Association is happy to announce that Monterey County moved from the most restrictive Purple Tier into the Red Tier on Tuesday, March 16.

What this means for businesses in Monterey is:

Restaurants are allowed 25% indoor dining in addition to current outdoor dining, take-out, curbside pick-up, and delivery (please view our Dining Guide to see what's available - it's updated daily)

Retail shops can increase in-store shopping from 20% to 50% capacity

Entertainment venues (such as movie theaters, the Aquarium) can open at 25% capacity

Fitness studios and gyms can open indoors at 10% capacity

It is extremely important that we all continue to follow health requirements such as wearing masks and social distancing so that Monterey County stays in the Red Tier and we are able to progress to the Orange and Yellow Tiers, which have even fewer restrictions. Vaccinations are increasing and hospitalizations are decreasing, but the pandemic is not over yet.

This move into the Red Tier reflects all the hard work the business community and our residents have done so far! Congratulations on a job well done. Keep it up, Monterey!

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