Woofstock, the annual Marin Humane fundraiser, was held on May 19 in Novato. Despite the rainy weather, hundreds of people, and some furry friends, enjoyed an afternoon of live music from The Eagles cover band, The Illeagals, along with fine wine and vegetarian cuisine. More than $50,000 was raised for the organization’s ongoing programs. Pictured (above, top) is The Illeagals, (above, middle) Joe Lisella of Marin Humane and (above, bottom) a happy concert-goer! -Photos courtesy of Marin Humane
Marin Girls Chorus (above) presented its 31st annual spring concert on May 11 in San Anselmo. Led by upper division Director Joanna Dudley and Associate Director Amanda Hahn, the girls sang for an audience of parents, friends and community members. Enrollment in Marin Girls Chorus is open at marinchorus.org for kindergarten through 12th grade students for the 2019-2020 season, which will culminate in an upper division performance at Carnegie Hall. -Photo by Skye Thompson
The Native Expressions exhibit at the Marin Museum of the American Indian in Miwok Park in Novato will run through June 28. The public is invited to a closing reception on June 8, 4-6 p.m., with the featured artists Becky Olvera Schultz (above, top) and a special performance by Unole, Native American women’s drum group (above, bottom). Admission is free. -Photos courtesy of Robert Schultz and Unole
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