Monday September 7th 2015, Noon-6pm
5:15 pm JUST FRIENDS
4:00 pm BARRIO MANUOCHE
3:00 pm BO-STIN DUB SQUAD
2:00 pm NEUTRINOS
1:00 pm GREAT SPIRIT
12:25 pm THE GOSPEL FLATTERS
12:00 pm MOLLY MAGUIRE
The Aloha Stage
3:30 pm VINTAGE
2:30 pm VICTORY GARDEN
2:00 pm ROSE PARADISE
1:30 pm THE HORSESHOE HILLBILLIES
12:30 pm JAN BROEK EXPERIENCE
The Bolinas Community Center is gearing up for our annual Labor Day Street Party & BBQ happening September 7th, noon-6pm! We will have two stages of live dancing music, delicious BBQ foods, homemade
desserts, Beer & Wine and a Kids Corner in the Plaza. Make sure to look for all those hidden treasures to bring down to our famous White Elephant Silent Auction happening in our Center and ending at 5pm on Labor Day.
Silent Auction Items to be brought to the BCC Thursday 9/3 – Friday 9/4/2015 10am-4pm
There will be Dancing Bo Dogs, Spinning Elephant and Arm & Drumstick T-shirts for sale and you may of course renew your membership or become a new member at our booth to support your fabulous Community Center!
For your convenience, we offer parking and a shuttle ride from Mesa Park to Downtown and back. Parking is $5 per car!!
We still are looking for more choppers for Sunday, the day before Labor Day, to help prep the food. Shifts are 10 am -1 pm and 1pm -4pm. We also need help with set-up at 10am and break-down at 6:00 pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 868-2128 if you can help!
Here is the Labor Day Menu:
Sunday September 13th 7:00pm $10-20 sliding scale
Comedian Richard Stockton brings comedy and music of dissent to Bolinas. Proceeds benefit the Bo Center. Still Revolting After All These Years captures the spirit of the ‘60s using standup comedy, stories, and music on his journey back to rebellion.
“Hilarious! A masterful storyteller driven to re-awaken his inner rebel.” Wallace Baine, Arts & Entertainment Editor, Santa Cruz Sentinel
“Richard Stockton is one of the smartest, funniest and most subversive comics working today. His songs recapture the attitude and the altitude of a forgotten but beloved era.” -Will Durst
Friday October 30th 2015 8pm
Creatures of the night, for the people of the town.
To benefit the land trust! Let your inner animal go wild. More info on bands coming soon!
Sundays 7:00-8:30pm Sept. 20 to Nov. 15 (no class Oct. 18th)
Bolinas Community Center Common Voice Choir sings uplifting harmony songs and chants from around the world including American folk music and spirituals, Native American chants, South African music, Latino songs and more. New members are welcome, and music-reading skills are not required. Learn more and Common Voice Swirl 2 1500whear music samples at www.CommonVoiceChoir.org. Make-up sessions are available on Tuesdays in Point Reyes.
The Fall season choir concert will be held Sunday Nov. 22 at 4pm at the Point Reyes Dance Palace.
Dues $200 if paid by September 10, $225 after Sign up online at www.CommonVoiceChoir.org or mail a check payable to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.
Scholarships are available for those who can’t afford the full dues. Info at www.CommonVoiceChoir.org.
If you have any questions, contact 415-663-4018 or email@example.com. Common Voice Choir is a project of Sound Orchard, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization promoting excellence in music