Current and Past Events

September 6, 2017

Labor Day Thank You!!!


For another fantastic Labor Day! It was fun, the food was delicious, our auction full of treasures and the music kept folks happy and dancing.

A BIG thank you everyone who came down to the party, donated and bid on auction items, volunteered and worked the event.

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September 4, 2017

Labor Day Street Party

Monday September 4th 2017, 12 noon – 6pm
The Bolinas Community Center hosts the annual Labor Day Street Party & BBQ! We will have two stages of live dancing music, A Silent
Auction, delicious BBQ foods, homemade desserts, Beer & Wine and a Kids Corner in the Plaza.
Make sure to also 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 8/31 – Friday 9/1/2017 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 $10 / car ($5 for locals) and a free shuttle ride from Mesa Park to Downtown and back.
Wharf Stage: Noon: Psycedelic Seniors, 1pm: Coastal Scrubbers, 2pm: Just Friends, 3pm: RKS, 4 pm: Los Padres & 5:15pm: Bobo Tempo
Plaza Aloha Stage: , 12:30: Guitar Pete, 1pm: Beth, 1:15pm Amber & Anny, 1:45pm: Cadance, 2:15pm The Mann Girls, 2:45pm: Jan Broek Experience & 3:30 Ritual Process 
We still need a few volunteers, so please contact the BCC office if you can help (415) 868-2128 or email
EXTRA INFO on the road closure at Wharf & Brighton:

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August 26, 2017

Leslie Nuchow Singer-Song writer Performance

Saturday August 26th, 8pm, $10

Leslie’s message – which blends nature, spirituality, and activism – is at home in Bolinas.  The daughter of a labor leader and a feminist, music, protest, and healing have always been inseparable to her.  She grew up understanding the power of having a voice, and what a voice!   It is one of the most powerful, moving voices you will ever hear.  Annie Lennox wrote, “Leslie’s voice stands alone.”

She had an illustrious career before taking time off to raise her son and care for her ailing mother.  She has appeared widely in magazines and on television and radio including MTV, VH1, Dateline NBC, Good Morning America, CNN headline News, and CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, to name a few.  She has sung for Nelson Mandela, and she was invited to perform at the Lilith Fair where she shared the stage with Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, the Indigo Girls, and the Dixie Chicks.

Now she is back with a new album, Balm for Gilead.  Her music has been described as Power Folk, and this new album has gotten great reviews.

Be gloriously moved by the grace of an erupting volcano and the subtlety of scent. — Rolling Stone Magazine

Please visit for more info!


August 19, 2017

The End of an Era Party

Saturday August 19th 2017, 4pm-10pm

Suggested Donation at the Door:
$10 Adult, $5 Kids (12 yrs and under)
No one turned away for lack of funds.

After fifty years, the Stinson Beach Preschool has closed. Please join us Sat-8/19 from 4 to 10 pm to share remembrances, see old friends, meet new friends and celebrate this community treasure!

FOOD – Main entree (chicken/fish/vegetarian)
& green salad provided.
Please bring a side dish (not green salad) or dessert to share.

MUSIC is all Local talent: Molly Maguire, Amanda Mann & The Bubbas, Danny Vitali, Steve Trivelpiece and more!!!

Remembrances – Please submit a writing to share or upload photos at our Facebook Page (@sbpreschool415). Please organize photos by school year and tag people where possible.



August 12, 2017

Marc E. Bassy: Sander’s Memorial Show

Saturday August 12th 2017

Marc E. Bassy will be bringing the beats to Bo to help the BCC raise funds for the continued Sound Project! The show is in memory of our beloved Owen Sanders.

The BCC is looking to upgrade the old sound board, create Bass Traps behind the speakers and pay-off a loan on the wireless microphones!

Come support your favorite Community Center! Epicenter Sound in the mix!

August 3, 2017

WILDCARE: Feather, Fur & Scales

Thursday August 3rd, 3pm

Bolinas Library Kids Summer Challenge Presents

WILDCARE: Feta her, Fur & Scales

Urban wildlife rehabilitation specialists from Wild Care in San Rafael will share rescue stories in a hands-on visit to increase awareness of local wildlife. Meet a rescue animal and learn how you can help.

July 30, 2017

Community Night with Maitreya & Lee Tafari

Sunday July 30th, 3pm-8pm 2017

Come eat Natural-N-Clean Jamaican Cali Cuisine

Curry Butterbean with Mushrooms

Served with Rice & Salad

Peppa Pot Love Sip Soup

Farmstand Slaw with Pumpkin Seeds & Fried Plantains

Fresh Pineapple Tamarind Ginger Carrot Juice

July 17, 2017

Kenn Adams Adventure Theater

Monday July 17th 2017, 4pm, FREE event

Kenn Adams Adventure Theater comes to town with a riotous, interactive theater experience where you, the audience members, are the stars.

Thanks to the Friends of the Marin County Free Library for funding this Summer Challenge event.

To find out more about Kenn’s Theater please visit:

July 16, 2017

Celebration of the Life of Herman Berlandt

Sunday July 16th 2017, 2pm-6pm

Herman Berlandt Memorial Celebration

On Sunday, July 16th at 2 pm there will be a gathering to celebrate the life of Herman Berlandt.  We will share memories, stories, music, poetry and food.  As Herman was a beloved member of the Bolinas community, all are welcomed to attend.  


July 7, 2017

Will Durst: The Durst Case Scenario

Friday July 7th 2017, 7pm, $12 tickets

The Durst Case Scenario is a hilarious exploration of how America is changing during the Time of Trump. DCS is a rollicking feast of outraged and outrageous satire as up-to-date as the latest 4 am Oval Office tweet. In this lightning- paced 85-minute comedic tour-de-force, Durst describes this strange new world where every day without a mushroom cloud is a victory. He details the anxiety of never knowing when the president will strike the flint that shoots a spark to light the fuse to Armageddon. Prepare to meet the funny side of defiance.

Will Durst is acknowledged by peers and press alike as one of the premier political satirists in the country. He’s patched together a quilt of a humorous career, weaving together columns, books, radio and television commentaries, acting, voice-overs and stand-up into a riotous patchwork of funny comedy humor. The Oregonian called him, “The thinking man’s comedian.” Author of 4 books, Durst has told jokes in 16 countries, racked up 800+ television appearances, released 5 CDs and despite blistering reproach, continues to squeeze ketchup on his bratwurst.

To lear more about Will Durst, please visit:

July 3, 2017

Raging Fyah + Lee Tafari & The Upliftment Live in Bolinas

raginMonday 3rd of July 2017 / Doors 7pm / All ages show 

Tix $20 in Advance and 25 at the Door

Grammy Nominated Raging Fyah Will be playing the Bolinas Community Center on July 3rd 2017

Also Preforming: Lee Tafari and the Upliftment plus Special Guests

Epicenter Sound In The Mix


June 18, 2017

Enter the Dragon * A StarryTelling Slideshow of Eclipse Enlightenment

EnterDragonFather’s Day * Sunday * June 18th * 3:33pm * Free Admission for More Information

Enter the Dragon – A StarryTelling Slideshow of Eclipse Enlightenment

Astrology * Astronomy * Alchemy * Magic * Mystery * Hidden History


“The Sun is Its Father, the Moon its Mother,

The Wind hath carried it in its belly, the Earth its nurse.”

– Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus


Is Sun the Father? Is this why we celebrate Father’s Day on the SUNday closest to Summer Solstice, which brings the height of the Light and the longest day of the year? Here comes the Sun King! But what happens when Moon Queen intervenes?

We’re sure to find out soon because a Total Solar Eclipse is heading our way for the first time since 1979. Join us for a free presentation this Father’s Day and learn everything you need to know about the Great Summer Eclipse of 2017.

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June 17, 2017

Old Hippie From Bolinas

stuSaturday, June 17, 7-9pm

“Old Hippie From Bolinas”

Join small town troubadour StuArt Chapman in celebrating the Hearsay Press publication of his new songbook “Old Hippie From Bolinas” a collection of 33 original songs. StuArt will sing songs from the songbook and tell stories about how the songs came to be. Tea & cookies will also be served!

Donations appreciated.


Music with Juan Sanchez with Bolinas Library

JuanJune 17th, 2pm / Free event.

Summer Reading Program- Music with Juan Sanchez, for kids of all ages. Singer-songwriter and educator Juan Sanchez will enchant us with this fun, interactive musical journey that celebrates multiculturalism and messages of peace.


June 11, 2017

Bolinas Baby Blessing

baby blessing paradeSunday June 11th 2017, Blessing at Wharf Beach at 10 am and Potluck After-Party in Downtown Park (if weather is bad, we will have picnic inside the Bolinas Community Center!)


Baby Blessing on the beach! Babies and families gather around 10am and the Blessing Ceremony starts at 11am.

Procession afterwards to the Downtown Park

After-party & picnic at the Park.

Bring those babies to be blessed, before 10am!

Bring the kids!

Wear ceremonial regalia!

Bring your potluck offerings to the Park picnic!

 If the weather is bad we will picnic at the Bolinas Community Center!

BCAST presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream

amsndSunday June 11th 7pm / $10 Adults, $5 Kids

Back by popular demand:

BCAST (Bolinas-Stinson Children’s After School Theater)

presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Directed by Lisa Townsend


June 9, 2017

Gappy Ranks w/ 7th Street Band & Special Guests

GappyJune 9th @ the Bolinas Community Center Doors @ 7:30 pm! All Ages event $15 in advance $20 at the door

Epicenter Sound and Inspired Lion present a Benefit for the Bolinas Skate Park:

 GAPPY RANKS alongside the 7th Street Band, with Special Guest – Leaf of Life Plus Epicenter Sound in the mix ft. DJ Zelus and Omatic.

May 29, 2017

Memorial Day BBQ

memorialday17Monday May 29th 2017, Noon-5pm


Come celebrate Memorial Day while dancing to Coastal Scrubbers, Bobo Tempo and Guests in the BCC Plaza!

Sausages, Salads, Baked Beans, Tamales, Three Twins ice cream, Lagunitas Brew Co Beer, Sola & Thackrey wine, Mimosas & Bellinis…. come hungry and thirsty!

BCC Fundraiser; call (415) 868-2128 to VOLUNTEER!!

The BCC does not do a road closure for this event!!

May 27, 2017

Spaghetti Bingo

bingoThe Bolinas Children’s Center Fundraising Event

 Dinner 5pm-7pm / Bingo 7:30pm / Bingo Cards $5 Each 

Spaghetti Bingo  

Come Laugh, Eat, Drink and Play Bingo ! 


Spaghetti with a Vegetarian Marina Sauce or Meat Sauce

Green Salad & Garlic Bread

Adult Plate $10     Kids Plate $5 

* Dessert Table *            * Beer & Wine Bar * 


Prizes donated by Local Business, Artists and Community Members


May 26, 2017

Grateful Dead Night

gRATEFULFriday May 26th 2017

Grateful Dead Night “Gimme 5…I’m still alive”

Grateful Dead Open Mic, from 5-8pm, $10 minimum

Screening of August 27, 1972 Veneta, Oregan at 8pm

The Burrito People cooking organic Mexican food by Shari & Charles

All proceeds to help Ruby treat Lyme disease.


Gift certificates for facials, yoga classes & child’s portrait, wetsuit, kids clothes, antique lamp, tv, gift baskets from La Sirena, Amanda Ross Skin Care, wine,  Navajo purse, Resist posters, rocking horse, planters, jewelry, shoes, bag, teddy bears, so much beautiful art from Dennis Dierks, Emmeline, Kale, Gary Stephens, Curly Rigg, Piro Patton, Grateful Dead Lyric book, giants tickets…….AND MORE!! ❤❤❤❤❤


May 21, 2017

B-CAST Presents Selections from Roald Dahl’s MATILDA

Sunday May 21st 2017, 2pm and 6pm / $5 kids / $10 adults

BCAST 2017 presents Selections from Roald Dahl’s


@ the Bolinas Community Center $10 Adults – $5. Children (under 16)

Directed by Lisa Townsend

Performed by

Stella Buckenmeyer, Sonnet Butterfield, Alex Clapp, Willsy Clapp, Estella Cruz, Lana Glavis, Taeya Glavis, Mark Harmon, Alora Lucanic, Bella Mann, Sadie Mann, Lourdes Mora-Lopez, Lucian Patton, Xanthe Patton, Rain Pinkham-Hines, Hattie Pohlman, Johnny Ratcliffe, Mixu Sabbatini, Jaana Tremp

May 12, 2017

Middle School Dance

middleschooldanceFriday May 12th, 2017

7pm-9pm, $5

Bolinas-Stinson Middle School presents and 8th Grade Party with DJ Omatic spinning tunes – lit jams all night!

Food & Drink for sale

May 10, 2017

Thank You!!!


What a great Art Garden and Food Festival that was! Thank you once again to everyone who contributed, volunteered, played music, cooked food, donated art, services, gift certificates, who bid on our auction, who came and danced and had fun! We did great this year, currently grossing at over $11,000!

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May 1, 2017

Island Earth Documentary Film

Island Earth

Monday May 1st 2017 / $10 at the door 7PM start

Cyrus Sutton is coming to Bo next Monday to share his beautiful film: Island Earth, A documentary film exploring the GMO controversy in Hawaii and the Pandora’s box of sustainably feeding the world. Please come and watch!!

April 30, 2017

Shelter Publication, Inc.

small homesSunday April 30th 2017, 7pm Presentation & Slideshow / Free Event

Shelter Publications will be showing their new book Small Homes: The Right Size with a slide show presented by: Lloyd Kahn.

This book is about homes that are larger than “tiny,” but smaller than the national average. It’s a logical step for Shelter Publications after our two books on tiny homes.

Compared to the average American home, small homes are less expensive, use less resources, are more efficient to heat and cool, and cheaper to maintain and repair.

For more info on the Small Homes: The Right Size, please visit Small Homes and Shelter Publication, Inc. Website.

April 29, 2017

The Art, Garden and Food Festival

SATURDAYSaturday April 29th 2017, 11am-6pm

Food Vendors, Music, Silent Auction and lot’s of fun!

11am StuArt & Jan Broek
1pm David Polo
3pm Coastal Scrubbers

12 Noon West Marin Choir / The Bubba’s at 12:30pm
2pm Ritual Process
4pm Just Friends Trio
5pm Silent Auction Closes

MC Mr Howard Dillon

Vendors include so far:

Amalia & Robin’s Monte Cristos

Bay Area Bee Company – offering BOLINAS HONEY!

Carmen’s Tamales

Doug & Nuria’s Paella from Espana

John Sabbatini’s Cheese Steak Sandwiches & Portobello Steak Sandwiches

Heidi Sandoval Norwegian Waffles & Plants

Knowles Bowls

Laurie’s Tomato Starts

Love Sip Soup w/ Maitreya & Lee Tafari

Lynn MacLaird Herbal Skin Care & Remedies

Mann Girls Goods

Mirta Guzman’s Pozole

Molly Brown Goods

Organic Mangos

Rob Katz Botanist with California Native Plants Society

Schehera’s Ceramics & Goodies

BCC BBQ Oysters from Tomales Bay and Hog Island Oyster Companies, served with Coast Café garlic butter n BBQ sauce AND raw Hog Island oysters served by Sam Weismiller and his mignonette!

BCC Salad with Star Route and Gospel Flat Farms greens and goods with Princess Dressing

BCC Membership table with Bolinas Food Festival bags, aprons, T-shirts and more!

Plants, starts and garden goods


April 28, 2017

The Art & Garden of Food with Penny Livingston-Stark

fRIDAYFriday April 28th 2017, 6pm Doors, 7 pm Presentation

Grand Opening of the Art & Garden of Food, $15-$20 Sliding Scale Appetizers included by Chef Heidi Lundy

6pm Doors, Appetizers, Bar with Herb Cocktails and Silent Auction Viewing with RDL+ playing Live Jazz Music

7pm Regenerative Herbalism with Penny Livingston-Stark

Regenerative Herbalism is a wholistic approach to herbalism that involves enhancing the environment while developing deep connections to plants on multiple levels. Penny will share her experience and journey into the world of plant healing as well as tools to develop a deeper knowledge of the mystical and magical world of healing herbs. Penny will explore: the benefits medicinal plants share with the Earth’s biosystems, ethics of harvesting and growing herbs, specific “rock star” herbs featured at Comonweal Garden that are easy to grow and have multiple uses techniques of preserving the healing constituents that plants hold and tools for tuning in deeper to learn to “listen” to what the plants are offering to us.

Here is a link to Penny’s bio:

To VOLUNTEER, DONATE an auction item or for more INFO, please call (415) 868-2128 or email

The event is sponsored by our very own local radio station KWMR.ORG!

April 22, 2017

Aerial Arts Performance

upswing correctedSaturday April 22nd 2017, 1pm, $10 – $5 kids

Bolinas Youth Aerial Artists and Zaccho Dance Theater from San Francisco will present their new original work at the Bolinas Community Center.


April 1, 2017

Tales of a Sexual Tomboy


Saturday April 1st 2017 / 7:30 Doors / 8pm Show / $15
Refreshments available for purchase
‘TALES OF A SEXUAL TOMBOY’ – awarded “Best of the Fringe” at the 2016 San Francisco International Fringe Festival – is a bold one woman comedy written and performed by Joyful Raven, directed by Jael Weisman – former director of the Dell’ Arte Players Co. and the San Francisco Mime Troupe.
A raucous one-woman comedy about a horny tomboy, equipped with bad boundaries from her hippie upbringing, looking for empowerment in all the wrong places. Blending standup and storytelling Raven recounts some of the more hilarious and misguided moments from her treacherous path towards sexual liberation. Let’s just say the generation after the sexual revolution is a little bit confused! Her uproarious stories highlight the blatant veins of misogyny that lurk in our culture and sex lives. With unflinching honesty, Raven delivers 60 minutes of dark comedy with deep heart.“It’s one of the funniest shows now on display on Bay Area stages.” – SF Chronicle.

“Raven is a talented and truthful performer…Using skillful impersonations and amazing physical comedy…she connects the stories from her life right before our eyes and comes out stronger on the other side.” – Theater is Easy NYC

“Tales of a Sexual Tomboy is powerful, sexy, liberating” – The Union, Nevada County


March 31, 2017

A 50s Sock Hop

Sock HopSaturday March 31st 2017

$12 adults, $7 kids under 17 / Food @ 6:00pm Dinner / Dancing 7-10

Bolinas Stinson School Foundation hosting the SOCK HOP! Dress in 50s costume for a free ice cream!

Live music by The Right Time: Dance ’til you Drop!