“Marin’s Rock Art Scene” documents Marin County as a center for the explosion of rock music in the late 1960s with local musicians, artists and music venues stepping into the spotlight. The exhibit at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art runs Sept. 12-Nov. 8. Tickets are $10 general admission, $8 for seniors and students. Masks are required and a limited number of visitors are allowed into the gallery to ensure social distancing. Information and recommended reservations are available at marinmoca.org. Pictured (above, top to bottom) are “Grateful Dead Concert at Olompali” by Herb Greene, “I See No Changes” by Ashleigh Sumner and “Why Love Is Like a Ball and Chain” by Dave Getz. -Photos courtesy of Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
The Larkspur Library received a $34,600 grant from The Commons Foundation to increase funding for physical and virtual library materials and services. Due to COVID-19, the City of Larkspur projected a $2.7 million revenue shortfall in the 2020-21 budget and reduced its budget by 31% from 2019-20. The Commons Foundation grant increases funding for library curbside pickup and drop-off, audio, print and e-book acquisitions, services to aid in job search and new job skills development, online tutoring for students and adults and improvements to the library’s website and social media. -Photos courtesy of The Commons Foundation
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