MAGC hosts numerous events annually that you won't
want to miss! For more information about the following events, please call
Marin Society of Artists Gallery
M-TH 11-4, SA-SU noon-4 * visit marinsocietyofartists.org for more info
2014 show dates:
High School show March 9 - March 29 with reception from 2pm - 4pm on Sunday, March 9
Open Crafts & Sculpture April 6 - April 26
Marin Open Studios - two weekends, May 3 and 4 and May 10 and 11
Visions show May 18 - June 7
Solstice show June 15 - July 12
Trends & Impressions show July 20 - August 9
Fall Rental show August 17 - September 6
Fresh Art show September 13 - October 11
MSA Annual Auction and Fundraiser October 25
87th Annual Members and Winter Holiday show November 2 - December 13
Ross Valley Players upcoming shows:
visit rossvalleyplayers.com or call 415-456-9555, extension 3 for show times, ticket purchase and other information
2014 performance dates:
Arms and the Man from March 14 - April 13
Other Desert Cities from May 16 to June 15
Old Money from July 18 - August 17
Marin Bonsai Club
All events are held in the Multi Purpose room and are free for Marin Bonsai Club members, $10 for non-menbers.
Tuesday, April 1 at 7pm - general workshop
Note: After April 1, Marin Bonsai Club events will be held elsewhere. Visit marinbonsai.org for more information.
Moya/Ross Historical Society
First Friday Forenoon Lectures
March 7 - George Thelen screens SAN AGUSTIN: CALIFORNIA SHIPWRECK, story of the Spanish galleon disaster off the coast of Point Reyes in 1959.
April 4 - Civil War re-enactor Barbara Gerleman speaks about women in the war
May 2 - Author Dewey Livingston presents his new book In the Heart of Marin: the history of Kentfield and Greenbrae, California. Additionally, a presentation of historic photos will be shown by Richard Torney.
June 6 - Annual Moya/RHS fundraiser with author Julia Flynn Siler speaking about her bestselling book Lost Kingdom: Hawaii's Last Queen, the Sugar Kings and America's First Imperial Venture. Raffle drawing and luncheon to follow.
September 19 - Annual Moya/RHS meeting celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Octagon House, with luncheon. Details to be announced as event draws closer.
October 3 - Tom and Jean Moulin present a collection of images from three generations of photographers of Moulin Studios of San Francisco.
November 7 - Author Dr. Judith Taylor returns to present her 4th book Visions of Loveliness: Great Flower Breeders of the Past.
All lectures are held in the Livermore Pavilion starting at 11am. A donation of $5 is requested (except for fund raiser and annual meeting).
For more information, please call 415-258-9595 or visit moya-rhs.org
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