THE ‘MOTHERSHIP’ Library is now accessible from the south!
Read about it here!
Plan ahead – we now have two locations!
The Henry Miller LAB – 3728 The Barnyard, Suite G-23 in Carmel. Open every day, except Monday, 12 pm – 6 pm.
The Henry Miller Library Mothership – 48603 Highway 1 in Big Sur. Open Thursday-Sunday, 11 am to 6 pm.
Limerence, video, dance and reading!
Magnus Torén, sailor – Around the World!
Charles Osborne, investment manager
Paul Miller, editor
Elliot Ruchowitz-Roberts, poet
Erin Gafill, artist/author
Merdith May, author/bee keeper
All upcoming events HERE.
You intrepid hikers in Big Sur who make it all the way over the trail, (maybe using the shuttle(!) info HERE), will be rewarded by sharing in the slow and quiet, in a feeling of nothing happening and a very special time of only a handful residents driving the highway. Be aware however, when you walk down the highway, that there may be drivers who continue to be in a hurry! Be on the look-out! Welcome.
Bring Backpacks for Books! (-:
Come visit the Henry Miller LAB! That’s 3728 The Barnyard, Suite G-23 in Carmel. Open every day except Monday. from 12 – 6 pm
Big Sur is a place Where Nothing Happens! We believe that is as it should be.
On July 16 we will had Alisa Fineman here to present a talk about her life in music, poetry and art. It was wonderful! This event was part of our series of talks and presentations given by members of our community. Welcome! All our events, including the Film Festival Schedule HERE!
Please stay in close touch – let’s develop this place together! Books, humanism, morality, love and politics; let’s have it! And check out the Herald’s take on the opening party in case you missed it!
GO HERE FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THE ROAD AND BRIDGE ETC..
photo 6.29.17 by Ruby Dudley showing the ‘Mothership’ well protected in harbor.
The Library and our community at large is going through a very difficult time. How much this will hurt financially and otherwise is of course still unknown but we know we’ve already lost a lot of revenue…
NOTE: The Bridge fell…where is Sven? To the south…?? Find out here.
Bridge to the north.
Photo courtesy Stan Russell
Highway to the South Mud Creek Slide
Photo courtesy of Inga Dorosz for Caltrans