Calling all adrenaline junkies! Head to the Sea Otter Classic, a four-day "Celebration of Cycling," regarded as the world's largest cycling festival. Part recreational biking, part competitive event, part festival, part expo and 100 percent fun, this event is an action-packed cycling extravaganza featuring amateur and pro cycling events as well as family activities for all ages. Thursday-Sunday. Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Monterey. $15-$50.
Enjoy four days of gourmet foods and award-winning wines at the Tenth Annual Pebble Beach Food and Wine festival. Over 75 celebrity chefs and over 250 wineries assemble at Pebble Beach to bring you the culinary experience of a lifetime. Choose from a variety of lunches, dinners, wine seminars, cooking demos and more all surrounded by the most beautiful scenery in the world! Thursday-Sunday. Pebble Beach. Various ticket prices.
Catch a performance of “Love Letters” at the Pink Flamingo Theater. This fun story is comprised of letters exchanged over a lifetime between two people who grew up together, went their separate ways, but continue to share confidences-physically apart. Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. 2115 North Fremont Ave #C, Monterey. $20.
Feel rejuvenated after a session of Yoga in the Vines at Folktale Winery this morning. Instructor Kate Balog guides guests through a 90 minute yoga session in the Rose Vineyard followed by a complimentary glass of Folktale wine. 10am-11:30am. 8940 Carmel Valley Rd, Carmel. $20.
Celebrate cultural diversity at the Naval Post Graduate School today during their annual International Day event. Students, faculty, and attendees from all over the world gather for a day full of fun for the whole family with a sampling of world flavors, games and live music. 12pm- 4pm. 1 University Circle, Monterey. Free event.
Bargetto Winery hosts live music from Kyle Kovalik at their cozy tasting on Cannery Row this evening. 7pm-9pm. 700-G Cannery Row, Monterey. Free event.
Enjoy some truly “Surreal Cinema” today at the Dali17 Museum. “Lessons in Dystopia and Subversion” explores our divisive modern political landscape through the lens of surreal and semi surreal films examining class, gender identity, fascism, and the role of government. 3pm-6pm. 5 Custom House Plaza, Monterey. $10, does not include gallery admission.
Casey Frazier stops by Folktale Winery this evening for original acoustic tunes. 4:30pm-7:30pm. 8940 Carmel Valley Rd, Carmel. Free event.