Community Events

Tuesday, October 21

  • Schools Performance: Ballet Folklorico de Mexico de Carlos Moreno

    Founded in 1967 by Carlos Moreno Samaniego, the Ballet Folklorico Mexicano has achieved recognition both in the United States and in Mexico. In 1980, the Mexican consulate in San Francisco named the company the official ambassador for ongoing cultural activities with Mexico. It has held that distinction for over twenty years during which time it regularly conducts tours in Mexican cities such as Guadalajara, Oaxaca, Aguascalientes, and Durango.

Thursday, October 23

  • I’ve seen many of you at The Rafael Theater this year while attending the opening of some amazing music documentaries, such as: Twenty Feet From Stardom, Muscle Shoals, and Ain’t In For My Health (Levon Helm story). I am a huge fan of the documentaries of soulful musicians, and want to share some of the very rare music documentaries I’ve accumulated over the years. These are films that were produced in the same vein as the above-mentioned films.

Saturday, October 25

  • Get ready for future droughts, lower your water bill, and reduce strain on septic systems. Gray water and rainwater harvesting expert Patrick Picard will teach us how to make the most of our precious water resources through ‘laundry to landscape’ gray water systems and rainwater harvesting systems. Workshop will include a demonstration set up of a simple rainwater harvesting system.

  • A Food Pantry Benefit Dinner: The American Way of Poverty A meal created with the kinds of foods distributed by our local food pantry followed by a reading and discussion with Sasha Abramsky, author of "The American Way of Poverty: How the Other Half Still Lives." A benefit for West Marin Community Services Food Pantry and emergency programs. Co-sponsored by Point Reyes Books. Dinner at 6 PM. Tickets available at West Marin Community Services, Point Reyes Books, and Zuma.

Saturday, November 1

  • For over 3000 years, the indigenous people who lived in Mexico, the Southwest and California, have celebrated a ritual honoring the dead. Over the time, this ritual became known as El Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. A celebration of life, a time to share memories through arts and crafts, music, stories and food. Join us in celebrating those who have gone before us.  El Dia de los Muertos is not a sad time but a time of remembering and rejoicing.

    Traditional arts & crafts activities include sugar skulls, facepainting, and making small altars and offerings.

Tuesday, November 18

  • Aloha Kakou!
    We are Hālau o Keikiali’i based in San Francicso. Since 1994, it has been our goal to educate the general public about the Hawaiian people, the traditional customs, values and protocols. Besides having regularly scheduled classes, we strive to help perpetuate the rich culture of the Hawaiian people through stage productions held for the general public throughout the year, including educational workshops, performances and other cultural events.

Saturday, December 20

Wednesday, December 24

  • Celebrate Christmas Eve with the singing of Christmas carols interspersed with the telling of the Christmas story, a contemplative time to meditate on the universal meaning of Christmas, and concluding with the lighting of Christmas candles and singing  “Joy to the World!”

    All Are WELCOME!

    Prelude music begins at 5:15 PM

    Service begins at 5:30, concludes at 6:45 PM

    Led by members of the West Marin community.

    For more information, call or email: Rachel Rivers: 415-669-9896; R.Rachel.Rivers@gmail.com

Tuesday, February 3

  • With a lifelong love of story, literature and the performing arts, Kirk Waller has been immersed in these art forms for over 20 years.  He summons all of his God-given talents and masterfully fuses them together -  spoken word, rhythm, music and movement to create an unforgettable storytelling experience.

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