Monthly Archives: July 2013

Saturday: Bolinas Museum Hosts A Lecture with Keith Hansen

Keith HansenAn Evening walk-thru The Sierra Nevada Mountain Range with Artist Keith Hansen and Author Ed Pandolfini  Saturday, July 27, 7 PM $5 suggested donation at the door.

The Bolinas Museum presents an evening with local birder and bird artist, Keith Hansen and co-author of the newly-released Birds of the Sierra Nevada, Ed Pandolfino, in conjunction with the Keith’s Hansens Museum exhibition. During this special evening presentation, Keith and Ed will discuss the diverse birdlife found in this magnificent mountain range. Learn about the birds that adorn the various habitats, starting in the foothill grasslands of the San Joaquin Valley, ascending through oak and conifer and into the high alpine zones, before dropping down the east slope to Mono Lake—all from the comfort of your own seat!

Russ Riviere & Pacific High in Bolinas Friday July 26th 2013

Pacific HighPacific High: Honky-Tonk Meets Reggae

Doors Open 8pm, show 9pm, $5 entrance!!

This home-grown Bellingham, WA band mixes outlaw country guitar riffs with the spiritual bent of old-school reggae. As fun to watch as they are to listen to, the six band members are 20-something to 40-something, playing a range of instruments from the bongos to the violin. They successfully mix the distinct, but surprisingly complimentary styles of honky-tonk and reggae with elements of blues and even the occasional tribal vocalization.

Pacific High grew from a community of good friends and children coming together over food and music in an eclectic Bellingham farmhouse with walls painted in every color. The band takes its name from the North Pacific high pressure system that chases the rain clouds away and reveals the sun. It represents the clarity of mind band leader Russ Riviere intends to bring to the present and to the band’s music. Continue reading

Wednesday: Creepy Critters: Reptiles

reptilesThis free event is hosted by the Bolinas Library Wednesday July 24th 3pm-4pm at the Bolinas Community Center.

Crawling with excitement and the adventure of learning, this program explores the gentler side of the most misunderstood squiggly and squirmy animals of the wild kingdom. Presented by Wildlife Associates.

For further information please contact the Bolinas Library at 415-868-1171.

Sunday Fundraiser for the Prison Yoga Project by James Fox

Terrell_ButterflyJuly 21, 2013 – Sunday 5:00 – 8:00 pm

Fundraiser for the Prison Yoga Project, Suggested donation $25 per person

FOOD, MUSIC, SLIDE SHOW, FORMER SAN QUENTIN STUDENT(S) AS GUEST(S)

James Fox, founder and director of the Prison Yoga Project (PYP), will be hosting a fundraiser for his non-profit to help cover the cost for sending 2,000 copies of his book, Yoga A Path for Healing and Recovery, free-of-charge to prisoners who have recently requested it, as well as to raise funds to complete an instructional yoga video for prisoners filmed at San Quentin Prison. Continue reading

Friday Youth Night

Every third Friday of the month starting we offer a Mid schoolers Youth Night from 7pm-10pm. Snacks, games, music and more!

Please contact Martine Algier if you would like to help or for more info 868-9036. Friday Youth Nights are brought to you by the West Marin Fund!

Tuesday CommUnity Night: Barefoot British Troubadour Jont

IMG_8202On Tuesday 9th July the Bolinas Community Center will play host to barefoot British troubadour Jont, whose songs have been featured on the TV show Grey’s Anatomy and the closing credits of the movie Wedding Crashers. This is a free show!

Inspired by the Vipassana meditation courses he has been (which are free and then you donate if it resonates) his new album Hello Halifax, his seventh, is currently free to download from his website (http://jontnet.com/lists/?p=subscribe) if you want to check out his stuff before the gig. Described by the blog Babysue as “soft folky moody pop” and by the UKs Q magazine as “music so lovely it makes you want to hug strangers in the street”, Jont has generally eschewed the mainstream music business arena in this lifetime, preferring to play small intimate gigs to people he can really engage with – be it on train station platforms, in homes and gardens or community centers.

Watch Jont play a song here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1HLUbuXCZw

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