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ONE! SINGULAR SENSATION

Novato Theater Company is presenting “A Chorus Line” through September 30. The company  strives to present quality theater to Bay Area audiences and offer theatrical training and mentoring opportunities in a creative and supporting environment…


SINGING, VOLUNTEERING, BIKING

Singers Marin’s “Listen to the Music” concert on Aug. 19 ended with a standing ovation by the sell-out audience. The performance featured many of the greatest hits from the 1960s and ’70s including an audience sing…


OUT OF THIS WORLD IN NOVATO

Novato Space Festival volunteers gathered together on Aug. 5 to host the event. Volunteers, 16 and older, are welcome throughout the year to help run the Space Station Museum. High school students can receive community…


RECYCLEDELIC FUSION ART

The Community Media Center of Marin provides residents of Marin County with access to communication technologies, media training, and the latest digital tools to create original content for cable TV and online media. The Georgia…


BOOSTING EDUCATION, FOSTERING PETS

The San Francisco Opera Guild – Marin Chapter staged a very successful Champagne Gala on Aug. 5 at San Dominico School’s Hall of the Arts in San Anselmo. 125 people attended the concert featuring Adler…


SCHOOLSRULE, CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT

“Step Right Up,” the sixth annual SchoolsRule Marin event on June 28 at the Marin County Fairgrounds, featured gourmet food, wine and lots of entertainment. Guests generously donated during this year’s Raise the Paddle, raising nearly $100,000…


ART BENEFITS MARIN NONPROFITS

The 30th Anniversary of MarinScapes Fine Art Exhibit & Benefit event, June 21-24, at Escalle Winery in Larkspur, featured juried art works that were sold to raise money for Buckelew Programs’ Mental Health and Addiction…


FANTASTIC FAMILY FUN AT ‘MAMMA MIA!’

 The 2018 Mountain Play delighted audiences in May and June at the Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre on Mount Tamalpais. Pictured are the cast of “Mamma Mia!” Conservation Corps’ Kyle LaRue, educating some young theater goers about…