NOVEMBER 28TH, 2015
6th Annual 2-Mile Turkey Trot
Join us with the Bolinas Museum for this 6th annual, family–friendly 2-mile walk–trot–run and popular post–Thanksgiving tradition! Racers begin at the Bolinas Post Office, wind through tall eucalyptus trees and open fields, pass by breathtaking coastal views, and through the heart of downtown, before ending at the museum where prizes will be awarded and lemonade and Bloody Marys will be waiting! Friendly dogs welcome!
Registration at PO/ Race begins at 9 AM
$15 ages 18 & up / $10 ages 10-17 / 9 & under free (Registration includes a trucker hat or t-shirt while they last) Proceeds benefit Bolinas Museum.
Thursday November 26th 2015
Doors Open 4pm, Dinner at 5pm, FREE ENTRY
Join us for our annual Thanksgiving Dinner Celebration and Potluck. Please bring a dish to share for 12 people and your own drinks.
The BCC personnel are organizing the evening and needs volunteers to help set-up, breakdown, cook turkeys and help with other small tasks. Please call the office at (415) 868-2128 or email email@example.com to volunteer.
Centro de Comunidad en Bolinas Jueves Noviembre 27, 2014, GRATIS
Las Puertas Abren a las 4. Comida empieza a las 5. Por favor traen un “potluck plato” para 12 personas y tus propios bebidas.
Todos son Bienvenidos! Illama la officina para ayudar 868-2128.
Honoring and remembering the life of Owen Sanders
Doors 5pm / Food 5:30-8pm
$10 Adults and under 18 FREE
Blessed LOVE & Greetings Bolinas and beyond, A LOVE Party is coming your way and trust me you dont want to missed this musically rich and truly Uplifting gathering!!! Its a multi generation commUnity celebration and Free for Youths under 18 (in honor of our beloved Sando) and only $10 the rest of us to get in. Also 1 more chance to eat some our Natural n Clean Jamaican/Cali Cuisine, which as many of you now know is so delicious! See you there and please help spread the word… Up n Up heart emoticon Haile Conscious Works
Wandering Reel Film Festival is coming to Bolinas: Films, Music and BCC Bar!
Doors Open at 6:30 pm / Films start at 7pm Sliding scale $10-$20
Wandering Reel Film Festival
Musical Performances by:
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Lights By Jeff Manson’s Misto Reef
Lagunitas Brewing Company and Sola Wine are sponsoring the event!
West Marin Youth Project are coming with a popcorn machine: Pop corn special: $2/pop from 6:30pm-8:30pm!!
Doors Open at 6:30 pm / Films start at 7pm
Sliding scale $10-$20
The Wandering Reel is a traveling short film festival showcasing compassionate and artful cinema for communities without access to such films. We strive to engage that audience in a deeper conversation about the nature of cinema, the movie industry and the films themselves and how they relate to community, conscious living and making the world a better, more unified place.
The evening will feature a customized selection of films from each of the five regular Wandering Reel programs, chosen by our curator in spontaneous fashion as the evening unfolds to suit the mood and taste of the crowd, and perhaps challenge their sensibilities as well. Read more about the films at www.wanderingreel.org.
After the screening will feature special musical guest Danny Vitali, performing his debut album, Invernesia.
There is also a Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1495591367401897/
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Common Voice Choir is a project of Sound Orchard, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization promoting excellence in music
Tickets $10 adults, $5 kids
Available in advance through participants
Profits to purchase new gels for the theatrical lighting at the BCC!
Come hear your friends and neighbors belt out some classics backed by a killer band:
Dylan Squires, guitar
Danny Vitali, bass guitar
Molly Maguire, keys
Patrick Byers, saxophone
& Michael Pinkham, drums
I recently moved to Bolinas and am in a creative inquiry of what it means to enter into a long established community gracefully. As part of this process, i’m conducting audio interviews of Bolinas residents about what originally led them to Bo, their relationship to the community and land, and their future visions for Bolinas.
Would you share your story with me? We can set up a formal time to do an interview, or on Tuesday November 3, I will be outside the Community Center from 4pm-7pm, stop by and share your story!
To schedule an interview, or if you have any questions, contact Polina at Polina@wholebodysf.com
Sunday November 1st Noon-10pm and Monday November 2nd Noon-10pm, FREE ENTRY
Mirta Guzman will have our BIG alter back!
Serving Pozole, Squash Soup and Hot Chocolate!
You are invited to the celebration of a traditional Latin American holiday that combines pre-Colombian festivals and indigenous traditions with European rituals for honoring the dead. It is celebrated every year at this same time as Halloween and the Christian holy days of All Saints Day and All Souls Day.
In homes, families arrange “ofrendas” or altars. Tables are covered with fruit, flowers, vegetables, bread, candy, candles, incense, photos of the deceased, papel picado (paper cut-outs) represent the sky. Marigold petals are sprinkled to create a path for the spirits to follow on their return.
Please feel free to bring photos of those who have passed over, along with mementos and flowers.
The hall will be open for the honoring of “Dia de los Angelitos” (remembering children who have died) on Sunday, Nov 1 from Noon-10pm. The BCC will have Pozole and Mexican chocolate available for purchase in the kitchen.
On Monday Nov. 2, Dia de los Muertos”, the BCC will be open from noon to 10pm. This day is not a sad time, but one rather of remembering and rejoicing. Musicians are welcome.
Please join us for any or all of the celebration you can. To volunteer: watch over the altar or bake some sweets for the BCC to sell which will help cover the cost of the altar, please call 868-2128 or email email@example.com.