Sanzuma is a local nonprofit dedicated to increasing the availability of freshly grown foods through urban farming. The produce is donated to public schools in San Rafael and Novato. Sanzuma received a $250,000 grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to make its program into a model to help other Marin schools procure land and grow produce for their students. Pictured (above) is Sanzuma Executive Director Lori Davis and Sanzuma employee Josh Norwitt, a 3rd generation farmer from Petaluma. -Photos courtesy of Sanzuma
Marin Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Continuous Clay: Trends & Innovations,” a fresh take on the art form by nine Bay Area ceramic artists who take unconventional approaches to traditional techniques. The exhibit, which includes some scheduled demonstrations, will run July 24-Sept. 5 and is free to the public. For information about museum hours, go to marinmoca.org. Pictured (above, top) is “Fingerprints” by Brett Crawford Sperry and (above, bottom) “Magnolia” by Michelle Gregor. -Photos courtesy of Marin Museum of Contemporary Art
Join Ritter Center on July 31 for “Under the Stars,” a sleepout to end homelessness in Marin. Gather your family or friends or sign up solo for this event. Once you register, you’ll get your own fundraising page with information and coaching emails. The goal is to collectively raise $150,000 for Ritter Center’s housing support and healthcare services to prevent and resolve homelessness. Pictured (above) is Sara Hunt, Rapid Increase in SSI Eligibility and general case manager at Ritter Center, with a client. -Photo by Margot Duane Photography
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