Recycled Records Is for Sale

Posted on May 15th, 2018 by Recycled Records

Recycled Records is now officially up for sale. If anyone is seriously interested, we might be able to make a deal. For more information, please contact Sean at the shop, 831-375-5454.

Recycled Records is located in the heart of the Lighthouse District at 604 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey, a short walk from Cannery Row. The shop carries a large variety of new and used records, CDs, DVDs, and stereo equipment, as well as a selection of guitar strings. In addition to carrying the standards of the music world, we pride ourselves on our large selection of newer, independent releases.

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Carpets and Floors, Inc., located at 471 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey, is now having a clearance sale on Karastan, Ralph Lauren, and many other area rugs, with 50-75% off the original prices. Rug sizes range from 5x6 and 7x8 to 8x9. Even better news: buy three rugs and get one rug (of equal or lesser value) free! Stop by soon and take a look, as this sale will only run until they're all gone.

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Are you looking for a gift for a creative person in your life? Play Full Ground offers fun art workshops and locally-made handicrafts, and we now sell gift certificates that are good for both! Call us if you're interested in purchasing a gift certificate or you'd like more information, 831-288-8048. We're located in New Monterey at 550 Lighthouse Avenue, Suite E.

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Did you know that local residents can volunteer to gather data or help the public understand more about the natural environment found around Monterey Bay? Some volunteer opportunities with Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary are one-day events, while others occur over several months. To learn more about any of these activities and/or sign up, please contact Lisa Emanuelson, Volunteer Coordinator.

Snapshot Day is Saturday May 5th this year, when data is gathered for annual comparison. Training for this activity will be Saturday, April 29th.

Urban Watch is conducted in Pacific Grove twice a month for five months each year. Water quality is monitored one week; the next time, trash that’s making its way into the bay is monitored. Training for this activity will be May 16, 2018, in Pacific Grove.

Team Ocean involves kayak naturalists who educate people on the water between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Bay Net involves many volunteers up and down the coastline who educate more than 45,000 people each year about coastal flora and fauna.

First Flush monitors water quality at 37 outfalls between Carmel and Half Moon Bay on the first rain event of the year that exceeds 0.1”. Training for First Flush is conducted in the Fall each year.

Thank you to New Monterey Neighborhood Association for sharing this information with us. If you live in New Monterey, we encourage you to join this great organization and get involved in your community!

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