Community Events

Sunday, April 19

  • The recycle circus is coming to town! Accepted items are books, sports equipment, clothes, kitchen and garden items, toys, building supplies and household items in useable condition, e-waste and large metal appliances. No toxins, car tires, stuffed furniture, or mattresses. Please bring your stuff between 10 AM to 2 PM only. The Recycle Circus is brought you free by the volunteer efforts of Waste Free Now. To volunteer contact Madeline at 415-663-9087.

  • I invite you to join me for a monthly Community Sing, one where we create and witness "Kindness Made Audible." 
    Where all who have breath are welcome.
    Where prayer, intention and attention are valued over perfection and performance. 
    Where all religion and no religion are practiced. 
    Where poetry and meaningful lyrics are celebrated and sung. 
    Where shared prayers are honored and sent.
    Where songs as sacred tools are recognized and gratefully used. 
    Where shared leadership is encouraged and fostered.

Sunday, April 26

  • MAESTRA shares the stories of Cuban women literacy workers who traveled the mountains and valleys of the island nation to teach—and who found themselves deeply transformed in the process. In one year they eradicated illiteracy in Cuba.
    Teri Mattson, West Marin Resident who recently returned from Cuba, will introduce the film, and Director Catherine Murphy will lead a post-screening discussion.

    "This film brought tears to my eyes. Thank you. It is beautiful."
    Alice Walker, Writer and Peacemaker, Pulitzer Prize Winner

Sunday, May 24

Saturday, June 20

  • The Environmental Action Committee of West Marin’s 45th annual potluck dinner, general meeting, wine tasting, and gab fest has become a renowned summer celebration for West Marin’s principal grassroots environmental organization.

    Join Congressman Jared Huffman and State Senator Mike McGuire to learn about environmental issues in California and beyond.

    Please bring a dish to share. Happy Hour begins at 5:30 PM, dinner at 6:30 PM.

    Reservations required: 415-663-9312 or

Saturday, August 15

  • A day dedicated to sprucing up the Dance Palace.  Projects for all skill levels and ages.  The Dance Palace Community Center could not run without our amazing team of volunteers and friends and it would never look so nice without everyone pitching in once a year.  Coffee & pastries and lunch provided.

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