Community Night Dinner MEETING at the BCC
Come on down and meet Zach Fuller who is organizing a weekly Sunday Community Night at the BCC. Bring your idea, wishes, hopes and dreams…and DESSERT for the DESSRT POTLUCK!!
“AFTER PARTY” Presented by Bolinas Museum
Featuring Tommy Guerrero, Sandy’s, & Fantasy Bracelet
Raffle with 2 Mile Surf Shop!!
Following the Bolinas Museum opening of the highly anticipated exhibitions of new work by celebrated Bonny Doon artist Thomas Campbell, skateboard photographer Brian Gaberman, and Bolinas artist Charlie Callahan, enjoy an evening of live music with San Francisco musician Tommy Guerrero, the band Sandy’s of Marin, and Bolinas experimental collective Fantasy Bracelet along with warm goodness lovingly prepared by chefs Charlie Hallowell and Samin Nosrat, cold brew provided by Lagunitas Brewing Co., and raffle prizes courtesy 2-Mile Surf Shop and more! Visit www.bolinasmuseum.org for more information.
Stone Soup at Bolinas Community Center
It has been suggested by many that at least two times a year we feast at the community dinner so as many of us can dine together as possible. So come to our first bobop at the community center Sunday January 18. Please RSVP now firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how many to cook for!
Also if you are keen to cook with us during the day starting around 2PM (or anytime between 2-6PM) please let me know. If you are down to make the community center a warm, home-like space to eat let me know. If you don’t mind helping clean up let me know.
To learn more about Bo Bop, please visit: http://bobop.org/
Melinda Stone: email@example.com
Class: Wednesday evenings, 6 – 7.30, Bolinas Community Center.
Cost: $10 per class or $30 per month (drop-ins welcome)
Call Martin for more information – 868 9236 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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