MAGC hosts numerous events annually that you won't
want to miss! For more information about the following events, please call
Wind Sculpture of Lyman Whitaker Exhibit
MAGC will be showcasing wind sculptures of Lyman Whitaker, a practicing sculptor for over 40 years. His wind sculptures are created by hand and have earned him international renown for their aesthetic sophistication, mechanical soundness and high level of craftsmanship.
All pieces are available for purchase with prices ranging from $575 - $4,200. To acquire a sculpture, call 816-333-3111 or inquire in the MAGC office. A portion of all sales go to benefit Marin Art & Garden Center.
(Photographs can be viewed at http://www.leopoldgallery.com/artistart.asp?At=LymanWhitaker)
Marin Society of Artists Gallery
M-TH 11-4, SA-SU noon-4 * visit marinsocietyofartists.org for more info
Serendipity, a non-juried show from May 19-June1, reception Sunday May 19 from 2pm-4pm
Pastel Society of the West from June 9-June 29
Fresh Art (online entries only, judged by Rene de Guzman) from July 7-August 3
Marin Bonsai Club
Workshops are free for members, $15 for non-members
Meet at the Multi-purpose Room at MAGC at 7pm-9pm. Bring your bonsai!
The next scheduled workshops are on Tuesdays: June 4 and August 6
Marin Bonsai Club annual auction will be held on August 20 from 5pm-10pm
Ross Valley Players upcoming shows:
visit rossvalleyplayers.com for show times, ticket purchase and other information
All My Sons from May 16-June 16
The Dixie Swim Club from July 18 - August 18
Moya/Ross Historical Society
First Friday Forenoon Lectures
All lectures begin at 11am in the Livermore Pavilion and last around an hour, with an informal "meet the speaker" reception following. A donation of $5 is requested. For more information, call the office at 415-259-9595.
Upcoming lectures include:
June 7 - Annual Fundraiser Speaker/Luncheon/Raffle. Herb Rowland will talk about his great-great grandfather Ignacio Pacheco's Mexican land grant Rancho San Jose and the history surrounding the Novato countryside. $10 donation at the door, luncheon cost t.b.d.
September 20 - Annual Membership Meeting and Luncheon. Gary Scales will speak about Jose Moya del Pino. Luncheon $25. For the lecture only, $5. Contact 415-259-9595 for information and reservations.
October 4 - San Anselmo Now and Then. San Anselmo historical commissioner Judy Coy will discuss San Anselmo landmarks. Copies of her book San Anselmo will be available for purchase.
November 1 - Matt Stevens on SMART train progress and history
Pixie Park Spring Fair
In its 55th year, this family-friendly event will be held on Saturday, May 18, 9am-2pm with rides, games, entertainment and food. Entrance is free. Tickets for games and rides available for purchase at event. $10 parking fee in the main lot. Contact President@PixiePark.org for more information.
Curious Jane Camp: "Make it, take it Marin"
Sunday, May 19 from 12:30pm-4pm for girls ages 6-8 and 9-11
Curious Jane is a project-based, engineering adventure day for girls only.
See their website for more details: Curious Jane
Porchlight Theater Company at the Redwood Amphitheater
This season, presenting Scapino (by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale, directed by Jim Dunn), an adaptation of Moliere's comic tale of Scapin, the deceitful valet who contrives to bring his master's children and their respective loves together through all kinds of trickery and despite his master's differing plans.
opening night Friday, June 21, with shows continuing Thursdays through Sundays until July 13
Marin Community Farm Stand
will be back every Tuesday, starting tentatively at the end of May in the entrance courtyard at MAGC. Stop by and have your pick of the loveliest organic vegetables, fruit and locally-made products in Marin. Keep an eye on this section for updates for opening day schedule.
MAGC Summer Concert Series
begins Thursday, June 27 on the Gazebo lawn. Details to follow as date nears.
For additional information about the above happenings, please call 415-455-5260. Click below for our Facebook