Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History and Stanford Hopkins Marine Station
Saturday May 14, 2022, 1:00 – 4:30 pm
Please register for the events using our eventbrite link. https://www.eventbrite.com/…/walk-of-remembrance…Honoring the life and legacy of Gerry Low-Sabado, a descendant of Quock Mui and Quock Tuck Lee of the Chinese fishing village at Point Alones, for her work to bring recognition of Chinese contributions to Pacific Grove and achieve “Change with Kindness.” Performance by Monterey Bay Lion Dance Team.
Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History
165 Forest Avenue
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
The Walk begins at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History (corner of Forest Avenue and Central Avenue) with a proclamation and proceeds one mile along the recreation trail led by a Monterey Bay Lion Dance Team. There will be an additional presentation on the Chinese village at the Stanford Hopkins Marine station. This is the location of where the fishing village once stood, and it is marked by a commemorative boulder at the gate of the marine station.
“The Quock Family of the Point Alones Chinese Fishing Village”
Julia Cain and Donald G. Kohrs
Julie Cain is a historian and the Historic Preservation Planner for Heritage Services at Stanford University. She is particularly interested in 19th-century California history with an emphasis on the history of San Francisco, the role of Chinese immigrants within the state, the development of estate homes on the San Francisco peninsula and the history of Stanford University.
Donald Kohrs is the branch library specialist at the Harold A. Miller Library of Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove. His current research areas include the history of Pacific Grove’s Chautauqua Program, Stanford University’s Hopkins Seaside Laboratory, the Hopkins Marine Station, Edward F. Ricketts, Jack Calvin, and the Steinbeck and Hamilton families.
Hopkins Marine Station
DeNault Family Research Laboratory
120 Ocean View Blvd
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
NOTE:1. All events are free and open to the public. There is limited capacity so please use the Eventbrite to register to attend our speaker series and the Walk of Remembrance.2. To ensure the health and safety of all, we require masks for all our indoor events, unless you are eating or drinking, and recommend mask wearing for outdoor activities.Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month! Learn more about the historic Chinese who settled in Pacific Grove at the turn of the century, pioneering the fishing industry and contributing to the natural history and economic development of the region.