Come vote, vote, vote!!
All classes are cancelled, but yes there is always Pizza in the kitchen!
Bolinas Skate Park Benefit Punk Show and Silent Art Auction on Saturday November 4th at 7:30 PM, sliding scale entry $5-20.
Featuring Sonoma County bands:
THE DROUGHT CULT
Silent Art Auction featuring local and visiting artists!
All proceeds go to benefit the completion of the Bolinas Skate Park.
Check out the GoFundMe site: https://www.gofundme.com/
Join the Bolinas Fire Department and Fire Safe Marin for light refreshments and important discussion about one of the major threats to our town: Wildfire.
Guest speakers will include: Marin County Fire Department Battalion Chiefs Chris Martenelli and Christie Neill, Fire sAFETYCoordinator Todd Lando, BCPUD Manager Jennifer Blackman and Firefighter Clint St. Martin.
Come hear first-hand experiences from fire evacuees & firefighters during the recent devastating Santa Rosa / Napa fires and what we can do in Bolinas to prepare for a similar disaster HERE.
Mirta Guzman will have our BIG altar back
Serving Pozole, 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 Wednesday, Nov 1 from Noon-10pm. The BCC will have Pozole and Mexican chocolate available for purchase in the kitchen.
On Thursday Nov. 2, Dia de los Muertos”, the BCC will be open from 2pm to 8pm. 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.
Come join us for a FUN and FREE party at the BCC!! (Donations can be made for the musicians!)
7 pm Coastal Scrubbers
8 pm Sandy’s
BCC cash bar
Cyrus’ Famous Halloween Paella in the Plaza
Sponsored by The Bolinas Community Center and WWW.KWMR.ORG
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer
Doors open at 7pm
Dj from 7-8pm
El Radio Fantastic 8pm-11pm
“Beyond the Reef”
3rd Annual Halloween Benefit for The BCLT
All ages welcome
$20 entry / $10 for kids
Beer and wine
Photo booth and costume contest (10pm)
All the benefit the BCLT – affordable housing and community sustainability
Immigrant Action Committee is hosting a movie “Why We Come” , on why undocumented immigrants come here from Mexico and Guatemala. The movie will be in both English and Spanish. 45 minutes.
There will be a panel discussion and a Q&A possibility.
These powerful, often heartbreaking, yet always stirring and inspiring stories offer an intimate look at lives lived at the outer limits of poverty and at the extraordinary courage of ordinary people as they take great risks seeking a better life for their families, especially for their children.
You may leave donations for folks needing help with immigration here in Bolinas.
For more info please contact Ed Chiera at email@example.com
Bolinas Immigrant Action Committee
West Marin Community Services
‘Standing Together” Rapid Response Team
BETWEEN THE TIDES: LIVING SHORELINES IN THE TIME OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Saturday, October 21 / 2 – 4 PM
$10 suggested donation at the door
Bolinas Community Center / 14 Wharf Road, Bolinas
As we look to the future, how can our past inform the ways in which we adapt to the environmental challenges we face? Throughout the United States and beyond, oyster reefs are being tested as an approach to mitigate the effects of climate change and to restore critical habitat to our waterways. These pilot projects also offer insight into our ecological history. New York harbor was once teaming with oysters and shell mounds were a fixture of San Francisco Bay’s 19th century shoreline. This panel will examine the important role oysters play in the ecology of our bays and the promise they offer for creating resiliency.
Moderated by Alison Sant of the Studio for Urban Projects with panelists Katharyn Boyer, Professor of Biology at the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies, San Francisco State University; Maria Brown, Superintendent of the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary; Robin Grossinger, Senior Scientist and Program Director of the San Francisco Estuary Institute’s Resilient Landscapes Program; and Terry Sawyer from Hog Island Oyster Co.
Buy tickets at The Endless Summer Extravaganza!
The Two Mile Surf Shop is hosting an awesome screening of Endless Summer with two legendary surfing pioneers: Paul Strauch and Mike Hynson!
* Talk story with iconic hot shot surfer and film co-star Mike Hynson
* Aloha style with the creator of the “cheater five” Paul Strauch
* Music by David Polo in the Plaza!
* Beer on tap by Lagunitas
* Wine on pour by Longboard Vineyards
* Hawaiian ice on shave by Olukai
* A slice of pizza or a whole pie by Barbary Coast Pizza & Catering, 5pm on at the BCC Plaza
** Tip – Early bird $20.00 tickets available only until September 1st.
Limited seating so buy your tickets early.
*** Pizza and alcoholic beverages not included in ticket price.
Buy tickets at The Endless Summer Extravaganza
NIGHT BLOOM RECORDS PRESENTS
JEFF MANSON “WILD FORM” RECORD RELEASE PARTY
with Special Guests COOL MARITIME .
and B-SIDE BRUJAS (oakland)
dinner by TACOS OSCAR for sale in the kitchen
projections by LIBIDO LIGHT CLUB
DID I SAY FREE?
Come celebrate the life of Diana Long!
Food service will be potluck: Bring finger food and drinks only. Paper plates, napkins and plastic drinks glasses will be provided.
For more information or to help, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar this style of Yoga brings about integration of body, mind and spirit. It is rooted in the traditional eight limbs of Yoga incorporating philosophy with the practice of postures and breathe awareness to develop health and well being of the whole person. It is a meditation in movement and practiced as an Art, Science and Philosophy. Jennifer MacGregor Dennis
Provost Don Heller of USF will be coming to our Community meeting. He is going to give us as much information as he knows to what USF has planned for Star Route Farm. Once he has given us this info there will be a facilitated open question period for any community member.
Contact Mark Butler for more info at: 868-0245 or email@example.com
Each class will be a balanced mix of strengthening, lengthening and relaxing poses, with continuity from week to week so you can really see what a difference a regular yoga practice can make. We will also lso build up to a “peak pose” that varies from class to class, so we are sure to cover a variety of poses every month: chest openers, back openers, balancing poses, inversions, etc.
Cost: $15/classWear: comfortable clothes with room to move, a shirt that won’t fall in your face when bend over from standing (tuck it in or where a snug one ; – )
Questions? of course you do! Bring ‘em on firstname.lastname@example.org
The F.L.A.G.ship program, in partnership with Marin County Free Library, offers FREE drop-in bilingual preschool activities for families with children 0 to 5 years old on-board our bus. Stories, songs, games, crafts and other fun Kindergarten-readiness activities engage children and adults together. Information and referrals for family services are always available.
THANK YOU BOLINAS
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.
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 http://www.leslienuchow.com for more info!
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.
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!
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.
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: http://www.kennadamsadventuretheater.com/
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.
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: http://willdurst.com/