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Resident Organizations

The Marin Art & Garden Center is a non-profit organization and an enriching community resource that provides educational programs and events that foster the arts, horticulture and environmental conservation. In addition, MAGC offers a peaceful place to take a stroll or simply to reflect.

The Center's resident groups help deliver on the mission of MAGC. These groups are listed below; more information about them can be found on their respective websites:

Jose Moya del Pino Library & Ross Historical Society- website

Moya/RHS is housed in the Center's historic Octagon House and is home to an extensive collection of donated books on art, gardening, antiques and local area history.

Marin Society of Artists  - website -
MSA's philosophy is to encourage an appreciation of the visual arts. Along with works of art for sale, MSA has one of the finest art rental galleries in Northern California.

Northgate Group  - website -
Northgate Group operates the Laurel House Antique shop located on the grounds. This non-profit shop is a treasure trove of beautiful items.

Oceanic Society - website -   

Oceanic Society has the mission to conserve marine wildlife and habitats by deepening connections between people and nature through research, community engagement and first-hand experience.                            

Pixie Park  - website -
Pixie Park (or Pixie Parents, Inc.) is a parent and grandparent cooperative membership organization that supports and maintains the only private, non-profit playground in Marin County specifically designed for kids six and under.

Ross Valley Players  - website -
Ross Valley Players is a highly successful community theater group which presents dramatic productions in the Center's historic barn.


Tamalpais Conservation Club -website -

Tamalpais Conservation Club has the purpose to conserve things animate and inanimate in Marin County, particularly the scenic beauties and fauna of Mt. Tamalpais.

The Representation Project - website -

Formerly known as Miss Representation, this organization produces film content that educates, inspires action and transforms our culture.


 
|  Jose Moya Del Pino Library
   and Ross Historical Society
|  Marin Society of Artists
|  Northgate Group/Laurel House

Oceanic Society
|  Pixie Park
|  Ross Valley Players

Tamalpais Conservation Club

The Representation Project