MarinMOCA will present “Youth Homelessness to Hope,” a traveling mural project produced by the Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity Youth Leadership Team, April 28-May 3. The mural answers the question “What kind of world do you want to live in?” The project employed 15 formerly homeless youth for three months as artists and event planners. After the museum exhibition, the mural, depicting themes of social justice, the environment, climate change and Black Lives Matter will be gifted to a Giving Marin Community Partnership founding supporter, College of Marin, where it will be displayed for future generations to be inspired. -Photo courtesy of MarinMOCA
Halleck Creek Ranch is excited to again offer therapeutic riding lessons beginning in May. Due to COVID-19 safety restrictions since last spring, the organization has been staying in touch with riders through ranch visits, Zoom calls and groundwork lessons. Now the staff and volunteers will be able to get riders back up on the horses. -Photo courtesy of Halleck Creek Ranch
In honor of Earth Day, Rotary Club of San Rafael is joining one of the community cleanup events being organized by the City of San Rafael on April 24, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Rotarians and volunteers will meet at Spinnaker Point Drive where it meets Portsmouth Cove to pick up litter. Participants need to bring water, gloves (if you have them), comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen and a face covering. Everything else will be provided. If you’d like to join this volunteer effort, please RSVP today to Carol Perry at email@example.com.
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