Presented by the West Marin Coalition for Healthy Kids, WMS PTSA & ELAC groups.LEARN MORE
The Dance Palace office is closed on Monday, February 20th in honor of President's Day.LEARN MORE
The purpose of “West Marin Standing Together” is to speak out and take action on behalf of the planet, the environment, of economic and social justice, and of the democratic traditions of our country. We welcome all our neighbors who want to be part of a community effort to share information about local, state, national and global issues and events, and to plan and carry out strategically effective collective actions.LEARN MORE
The Point Reyes Christmas Bird Count is an annual tradition that has been a definive census of the status, trends, and distribution of the 200 plus species wintering in the Point Reyes area. At this compilation dinner participants tally the species seen and generally enjoy the birding highlight of the season. Interested people should go to www.forestdata.com/cbc/ for further information and to sign up.LEARN MORE
This workshop brings to life the spirit of the Miwok culture through community song and chant. Participants will learn to sing songs in Miwok language. Sky Road Webb is a Tomales Bay Miwok storyteller who leads Coast Miwok songs and prayers at celebrations throughout Northern California, including Kule Loklo in the Point Reyes National Seashore, and he was featured in the 2014 Mount Tamalpais documentary The Invisible Peak. Sky's presentation is hosted by Sound Orchard creative director Tim Weed.
Cost: $15 in advance, $20 day of workshop
Financial assistance scholarships available
Sign up and get more info at www.soundorchard.orgLEARN MORE
2/9/17 - Due to the impending storm, the Dance Palace office is closed today. Also, BABY GYM is cancelled today, but will be back on Tuesday,LEARN MORE
The Point Reyes Birding and Nature Festival is the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC)'s annual spring fundraiser and educational event. This three-day community event started in 2010 and allows attendees to experience one of the most ecologically significant areas along the Pacific Coast with experienced naturalists and biologists.
Contact the EAC at (415) 663-9312 or go to http://www.pointreyesbirdingfestival.org/ for more information.