Don Kohrs was featured in an article from this week's Monterey County Weekly. He was interviewed by a Hopkins Marine Station graduate student who is interning at the paper. Don got interested in the early history of Hopkins and then expanded his research to include the early adult education movement in the U.S. and Pacific Grove. Stanford's first president, David Starr Jordan, participated in Chautauqua events held in Pacific Grove.
Check out the article "SKIRTS AND SEA STARS: Pacific Grove librarian chronicles how women trailblazed hands-on science education". Also check out the Chautauqua by the Sea Facebook page Don has put together.
Miller Library, Hopkins Marine Station