The Carmel Mission Foundations 2011 Community Lecture Series

Free Lecture by Author and Pebble Beach Historian Neil Hotelling

Exploring the connection between the Old Hotel Del Monte and the 1880's restoration of the Carmel Mission.

Sun Mar 6, 2011
Sunset Cultural Center Studio 105
3:00 p.m.
Attractions, Education


Carmel Mission Foundation's 2011 Community Lecture Series.
"Preserving the Past for Future Generations"

Author and Historian Neal Hotelling of the Pebble Beach Company will launch the first in our series of lectures on Sunday, March 6th. 3:00 p.m. at Sunset Center.

Neal will trace the late 19th-century transformation of this region into a tourist mecca, with particular focus on connections between the Old Hotel Del Monte-America's first all-season resort hotel-and the Carmel Mission's restoration of the 1880's. As the official Pebble Beach Company Historian, Neal's wealth of knowledge along with access to early documents and photography will delight fans of early Peninsula history.

Sunday March 6 at 3:00 FREE! Studio 105 Sunset Cultural Center Carmel, CA (main entrance) Book signing and refreshments to follow.

This event sponsored by the Carmel Mission Foundation as part of its commitment to support historical and artistic exhibits connected to understanding the historical importance of early California and the California Mission System.

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  1. Sunset Cultural Center Studio 105
    9th and San Carlos, Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA