MAKING MAGIC FROM BROADWAY TO BERKELEY
NOVEMBER 5, 2020 @ 1PM
Johanna Pfaelzer, former Artistic Director of New York Stage and Film and current Artistic Director of Berkeley Repertory Theater, will talk about her life and work in American musical theater, and how one woman’s creative vision helped shape some of America’s best loved shows, including Hadestown, Hamilton, The Humans, and Green Day’s American Idiot.
Zoom registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_E8km73HBQru8S2zH2VV4pg
100 YEARS STRONG
NOVEMBER 12, 2020 @ 1PM
League of Women Voters Board member Nancy Bell will give a presentation on the women’s suffrage movement, focusing on the women who dedicated their lives to the long and often dangerous struggle that began in Seneca Falls in 1848 and culminated in the final vote in the Tennessee legislature that ratified the Nineteenth Amendment one hundred years ago this year.
Zoom registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rZ7Adez2Sm-Wt1F0lvi11g
SEMI-ANNUAL BLOOD DRIVE
NOVEMBER 18, 2020 @ 11AM TO 3PM
Join us for the Outdoor Art Club’s semi-annual Community Blood Drive. Anyone over 18, in good health, and weighing over 110 pounds can donate blood. To sign up for an appointment, go to www.bloodheroes.com or contact Debbie Carmichael, at (607) 342-3753. This blood drive is held in conjunction with non-profit Vitalant formerly known as the Blood Centers of the Pacific.
COVID-19 IN MARIN
NOVEMBER 19, 2020 @ 1PM
Dr. Matt Willis, Marin County’s Public Health Officer, has been on the front lines throughout the COVID-19 crisis. He will talk about what Marin is doing to mitigate the virus’s impact, the status of antibody testing, and progress in vaccine development. A victim of COVID himself, he will also focus on the lessons we can learn from the pandemic and how we can prepare for future outbreaks.
Zoom registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Cv8TbexPTdqQ9GjSUTHn5g
BOOK PASSAGE HOLIDAY BOOK FAIR
DECEMBER 3, 2020 @ 1PM
Elaine Petrocelli, co-founder of Book Passage, will highlight new literature and suggest books for holiday gift-giving at this popular annual event. Books will be available for purchase.
GROW WHAT YOU LOVE
JANUARY 21, 2021 @ 1PM
Emily Murphy, an organic gardener, author, and blogger who has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, is an expert in garden-to-table gardening. Using her easy-to-follow tips, both novices and experienced gardeners can grow organic vegetables and herbs in a way that seamlessly integrates into modern lifestyles, and serve homegrown produce at their tables all year round.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR A GOOD END OF LIFE
JANUARY 28, 2021 @ 1PM
The last third of life poses unprecedented challenges, especially in the era of COViD-19. Katy Butler, later-life care expert and bestselling author of The Art of Dying Well: A Practical Guide to a Good End of Life, will discuss the steps—practical, physical, and spiritual—you can take now to age-in-place successfully, get the medical care you need, thrive through chronic illness, and prepare for a death that is a sacred rite of passage rather than a medical event. Her books will be available for signing and purchase.
CREATING THE RELATIONSHIPS YOU WANT WITH THE PEOPLE WHO MATTER
FEBRUARY 18, 2021 @ 1PM
Licensed marriage and family therapist Gail Weiner has helped individuals, couples, and families improve their relationship skills for over three decades, with particular expertise in guiding mid-life women to successful dating and helping couples connect more deeply. She will share clinical research, inspirational stories, and practical steps for living your most authentic, connected life with the people you care about most.
WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA? A LOOK AT UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIATING ART
FEBRUARY 25, 2021 @ 1PM
Julie Charles of SF MOMA will join us for a fun and interactive look at different ways of seeing the art of our time, and address the genesis of conceptual art in an easy-to-understand way.
YOU CAN GARDEN FOR LIFE!
MARCH 4, 2021 @ 1PM
When a back injury prevented Toni Gattone from enjoying her favorite hobby, she taught herself to garden smarter, not harder. Now the author and motivational speaker teaches others a gardening practice that allows them to work in and enjoy their gardens well into their old age. Learn how to create your own gardening sustainability plan that will keep you in your garden for years to come.
THE LIVING WALLS
MARCH 18, 2021 @ 1PM
David Brenner of Habitat Horticulture has designed stunning living garden walls for MOMA, Salesforce, and other San Francisco businesses and organizations. Learn how you can make this unique, vertical planting option work in your own home or garden.
CARING FOR OUR OCEANS
MARCH 25, 2021 @ 1PM
The Marine Mammal Center is a world leader in ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue, veterinary science, and education. Amiee Kerr, a Development Associate at the Center, will describe how the Center rescues, treats, and rehabilitates sick and injured animals in its state-of-the-art veterinary facility, then returns them to their natural habitat.
THE PRISON TO EMPLOYMENT CONNECTION
APRIL 1, 2021 @ 1PM
In 2014, Diana Williams and Noble Butler co-founded Prison to Employment Connection, a program that helps inmates at San Quentin transition to employment upon their release and boasts an astonishing recidivism rate of 1%. Ms. Williams, the program’s Chief Executive, and Mr. Butler, a former San Quentin inmate, will discuss the difference this groundbreaking program has made in the lives of men reentering society after incarceration.
SEMI-ANNUAL BLOOD DRIVE
APRIL 6, 2020 @ 11AM TO 3PM
Join us for the Outdoor Art Club’s semi-annual Community Blood Drive. Anyone over 18, in good health, and weighing over 110 pounds can donate blood. .To sign up for an appointment, go to www.bloodheroes.com or contact Debbie Carmichael, at (607) 342-3753. This blood drive is held in conjunction with non-profit Vitalant formerly known as the Blood Centers of the Pacific.
FIGHTING FOR HOUSING IN AMERICA
APRIL 15, 2021 @ 1PM
Is it possible to balance availability, affordability, and return on real estate investment? Conor Dougherty, New York Times reporter and author of Golden Gates, will share real-life stories about people struggling to find affordable housing in San Francisco’s sky-high rental market and offer innovative solutions to the economic and political problems that have caused our housing crisis.
LOCAL BUSINESS HEROES: HOW I CHANGED MY BUSINESS TO SUPPORT MY COMMUNITY DURING THE COVID SHUTDOWN
APRIL 22, 2021 @ 1PM
When the state ordered all businesses to close their doors in March, these pragmatic and visionary Mill Valley business owners had to pivot quickly to serve their customers and support their neighbors in a time of crisis. Join Susan Griffin Black from EO Products and other local business owners as they recall their innovative responses to a once-in-a-lifetime emergency.
THE STATE OF THE COUNTY
MAY 6, 2021 @ 1PM
Supervisor Stephanie Moulton-Peters will give an update on Marin County news and issues and talk about her agenda as a supervisor, which includes safety, evacuation planning, improving communications at the city, county, and state level, and addressing the recurrent flooding of surface streets in Southern Marin.