2018 Calendar of Events is a work in progress but provides the latest information on events, meetings, and other activities. Check back for updated versions!

NOTE: All Events are held at Graniterock in Seaside, “after hours”, unless designated by (location; time) All Board Meetings occur the second Thursday of each month, at Graniterock, 5:30 pm, unless otherwise noted.

Sole Proprietor Meetings the day & date will vary each month, 11:30 am, Locations vary – see flyer/ email!

Julia Morgan Alliance meets the first Tuesday of each “even” month, time and locations vary – see flyer/ email!

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April 2018

How Frank Lloyd Wright Became America’s Greatest Architect Lecturer: Kathryn Smith

April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Canterbury Woods Auditorium, 651 Sinex Avenue.
Pacific Grove, CA 93950 United States
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Approved for 1 AIA LU    Co-sponsored by Monterey Area Architectural Resources Archive (MAARA) and the Alliance of Monterey Area Preservationists (AMAP) Friday, April 20, 7 pm Canterbury Woods Auditorium, 651 Sinex Avenue near the corner of Forest Avenue, Pacific Grove About the Talk: Frank Lloyd Wright, the creator of New York's Guggenheim Museum and Fallingwater, a house over a waterfall, is universally regarded as the greatest American architect who ever lived. His career spanned over seventy years from the 1890s to 1959. While he went from local recognition in Chicago in the 1910s to national notoriety for his love life…

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July 2018

ADA Presentation with Greg Izor

July 27 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Graniterock, 1755 Del Monte Ave.
Seaside, CA 93955 United States
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AIAMB  is hosting a 5 Credit ADA Program  All California Architect licenses are up for renewal in 2018. 5 hours of ADA continuing education is a State requirement for license renewal. MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW

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September 2018

Carmel Beach Sandcastle Contest

September 8
Carmel Beach Carmel by the Sea, CA United States + Google Map

For decades, the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Monterey Bay chapter of the American Institute of Architects have collaborated on The Great Sand Castle Contest, announcing the date and theme a few weeks prior to the big day. Everyone who would like to build a castle can enter the contest, and judges bestow awards for multiple categories, from the coveted Golden Shovel, to the tongue-in-cheek Sour Grapes. And because bribery (non-monetary) is encouraged, it’s not unusual to see platters of food, bottles of wine, chair massages and other indulgences being offered to the people in charge. The contest is held…

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