Upcoming Club Events

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Saturday, August 26, Sala of the Stevenson House, The Detailed Story of Stevenson and the Carmel Valley Goat Ranchers, 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

            The Monterey State Historic Park Association in partnership with the Monterey Chapter of the Robert Louis Stevenson Club offer a special presentation by Lindy Perez; Robert Louis Stevenson and the Goat Ranchers of Carmel Valley; Saturday August 26 at 4:00 p.m. at Stevenson House.   

More details about tickets and topic appear below. Discounts apply for MSHPA and RLS Club members. Proceeds support MSHPA.

Robert Louis Stevenson and the Goat Ranchers of Carmel Valley

Lindy Perez, historian of the Robert Louis Stevenson Club and docent at the Stevenson House, will discuss her research into the lives of two goat ranchers who saved the life of Stevenson when he fell gravely ill while camping at San Clemente Creek in 1879.  Stevenson eventually recovered at their cabin in the depths of Carmel Valley and returned to Monterey.

Learn how the letters of RLS, local newspapers, and census reports corrected some myths and revealed the surprising stories of two very different American frontiersmen whose courage, hard work, and civic pride contributed to the character of early Monterey. 

Location:  Stevenson House, 530 Houston Street, Monterey

Date:  August 26, 2017

Time:  4-6 pm

Price:  $15 General Admission, $10 for MSHPA and RLS Club members

            Wine and light refreshments are included

 Tickets may be purchased at Custom House Store, Custom House Plaza, 10 am-4pm; or by check, payable to MSHPA, and mailed to Lindy Perez, P.O. Box 51504, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 (include email address or phone number).  Tickets can be picked up, but not purchased, at Stevenson House on day of event.  Seating is limited.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

 

 

Goat barn

 

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Saturday, October 7, Hacienda Carmel, RLS Club of Monterey 2017 Annual Meeting

We will  meet at 5:00 p.m. at Hacienda Carmel for drinks, dinner, good conversation, reports on the 2017 accomplishments of the Club, and the election of officers for 2018.