An evening with mythologist and storyteller Martin Shaw and novelist and poet Paul Kingsnorth exploring the role of the mythic imagination in the world today. What can myths and old stories tell us about the current global turmoil? Martin and Paul will read from their recent work and discuss the role of story in the times we find ourselves in.LEARN MORE
Second Sundays Movement Practices are movement workshops focused on building awareness of the body and it's different faculties; the senses, proprioception, attention to room dynamics and internal states. They are designed to educate the body on all levels; deepen our physical language, create maps of our interior world, clear mind interference, and transcend old patterns. Each workshop is led by a different teacher and subject matter may vary. Open to all levels of experience.LEARN MORE
Join EAC board and staff for our annual member meeting. It's a wonderful way to kick start the summer while enjoying excellent food by West Marin's top chefs, honoring a community member with EAC's Peter Behr award, and enjoying an environmentally focused keynote program.LEARN MORE
Founded in 2001, CLAM is one of more than 250 community land trusts (CLTs) throughout the United States. Just as agricultural land trusts preserve land for agriculture, and conservation land trusts save land for open space, community land trusts hold homes in trust for the community in order to ensure housing that will be permanently affordable. Go to clam- ptreyes.org for more information.