Events for Adults

Joint Tenancy & Other Forms of Property Titling with Eric N. Holk, Esq., Certified Specialist in Estate Planning

Joint Tenancy & Other Forms of Property Titling with Eric N. Holk, Esq., Certified Specialist in Estate Planning

Wednesday, August 16, 6-7:30 p.m.

Attorney Eric N. Holk will present a program on what everyone needs to know about joint tenancy and other forms of property titling in estate planning. Are your affairs in order? Learn how to plan for the future from an expert.

This event is part of The Next Chapter: Designing Your Ideal Life lecture series sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee. Adults are invited to attend. Admission is free, and reservations are required. Sign up in advance at the Help Desk, or contact Sirie Thongchua at (831) 646-5632 or thongchu@monterey.org.

Eric N. Holk is a licensed California attorney with over 30 years of experience. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in History from Cal State Long Beach, a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Fuller Seminary, and his Juris Doctorate from Monterey College of Law. Holk is a Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law through the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. His practice concentrates on estate planning, wills, trusts, probate and related areas. His other occupational experiences include career counselor, a chartered financial consultant and a registered general securities representative. He practices law in Monterey, CA. He can be reached at eric@trusts-etc.com , (831) 622-8808, and www.trusts-etc.com .

Eric Holk will present one more workshop in August:

Wed., Aug. 30, 6-7:30 - Who Will Decide When You Can't? Advance Health Care Directives and Powers of Attorneys
Ebooks Demystified

Ebooks Demystified

Thursday, August 17, 12:30 p.m.

Come learn about ebook basics! We'll cover what ebooks are and how to use free library ebooks from digital libraries. We'll talk about what devices you can use for ebooks and some of the best ways to get started. Afterward we'll answer questions and provide some one-on-one assistance. Presented by Library Technology Volunteer Steven Rubin. No reservations required. Need more info? Contact (831) 646-3933 or refdesk@monterey.org

 

Saturday Movies: Art and Life

Saturday Movies: Art and Life

Saturday, August 19, 2 - 5 p.m.

The Library will show the film "Basquiat" in the Library's Community Room. Starting out as a street artist, living in a cardboard box, Jean-Michel Basquiat is "discoverd" by Andy Warhol's art world and becomes a star. But success has a high price, and Basquiat pays with friendship, love, and eventually, his life. Rated R. The film will be followed by a discussion. Refreshments provided. Admission is free. 

Know Yourself, Change Your Life: Self-Awareness as the Foundation for Personal Growth, presented by Ginte Jasulaitis, M.D., C.P.C

Know Yourself, Change Your Life: Self-Awareness as the Foundation for Personal Growth, presented by Ginte Jasulaitis, M.D., C.P.C

Monday, August 21, 6-7:30 p.m.

This presentation is for all those who would like to understand themselves better in order to lead richer, more satisfying lives. Dr. Ginte Jasulaitis, neurologist and certified professional coach, will explore the concept of self-awareness, including historical perspectives, modern day challenges, and relationship to personal development. Participants will learn the traits of a self-aware person and practices to help them tap into their true inner selves.

Throughout her career, Dr. Jasulaitis has firmly believed in a holistic approach to wellness. In her coaching practice, she guides her midlife and beyond clients through an examination of mind/body/heart/soul. With Dr. Jasulaitis’ help, clients gain a deeper insight into themselves, what they really want moving forward in life, and the steps needed to achieve those goals.


This event is part of The Next Chapter: Designing Your Ideal Life lecture series sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee. Adults are invited to attend. Admission is free, and reservations are required. Sign up at the Help Desk, or contact Sirie Thongchua at (831) 646-5632 or email thongchu@monterey.org.

Ginte Jasulaitis, M.D., C.P.C Biography:

Dr. Ginte Jasulaitis completed her neurology training at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, California. She began her professional career at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center as the Chief of the Adult Brain Injury Service and Assistant Chair, Department of Neurorehabilitation. Under her leadership, the Brain Injury Service earned the prestigious “Center of Excellence” designation by the CARF accreditation organization. Dr. Jasulaitis also served as an Associate Professor of Neurology on the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine faculty and taught many physicians in training. She has held numerous administrative positions, including Medical Director of Case Management and Utilization Review, Medical Director of Clinical Resource Management, and Associate Medical Officer. Dr. Jasulaitis was twice selected as “Doctor of the Month” and “Doctor of the Year.”

After moving to Carmel in 2014, Dr. Jasulaitis completed her professional coaching and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner certifications from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC.) She is also a member of the International Coaching Federation. You can find her at www.prescription4wholeness.com and on Facebook at Prescription4Wholeness.


The Literary Circle Discusses "A Gentleman in Moscow"

The Literary Circle Discusses "A Gentleman in Moscow"

Monday, August 28, 6:30 p.m.

Count Alexander Rostov is serving a life sentence in the attic of the luxurious Metropol Hotel in Moscow for writing a poem that upset the Bolsheviks.  This novel provides a vibrant picture of Soviet history from 1922 -1954.  Read this month's Literary Circle selection, A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, and come prepared to join in the lively, congenial discussion facilitated by library staff.  For adults.  Free.  Newcomers always welcome.

 

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