Author Andy Weir will be joined by KQED host and author Michael Krasny in a discussion of his novel at this special culminating event at Angelico Hall, Dominican University.
Joan is a Belvedere native and art devotee. She will give another in a series of presentations on Latin American Artists, including Alfredo Ramos Martinez, father of Mexican modernism, and Rodolfo Morales, earliest Mexican proponent of magic realism.
Contact the Library Reference Desk for more information: 415.789.2661 or email.
The Alma Project: Cultivating cultural capitals in STEM through reflective journaling
Kim Coble, Professor, San Francisco State University
The Barbara and Richard Rosenberg Institute for Marine Biology & Environmental Science support the EOS Center in bringing science that matters into our local community through a program of free events.
The Speaker Series meetings are always held on the second Thursday of the month, from September through June. There is no speaker event in July or August.
Come explore faith that isn't blind, that's rooted in a spiritual understanding of God and unconditional love, with Christian Science practitioner and international speaker, Nate Frederick.
He's a spiritual adventurer who has traveled the globe sharing healing insights and has seen everything from broken hearts to broken bones and cancer healed through prayer alone.
Sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Belvedere, and First Church of Christ, Scientist, Mill Valley.
Storyteller John Boe on Shakespeare.
Jim Wood is the author of 2014’s What a Trip! A Mostly Positive Life Story and recently released The Best of Looking Back in Marin County, an anecdotal and photographic history of the county.
In these times of great challenge and transformation, Community Congregational Church of Tiburon warmly invites you to an evening with honored Celtic spiritual teacher John Philip Newell in conversation with CCC’s minister, David Gregory.
Please join us for a provocative dialogue and nourishing spiritual practice as we connect to the Sacred in the Earth and in each other.
Dessert and coffee will be served during intermission.
Learn about Felidae’s current work with mountain lions and bobcats including mountain lion ecology, history, the challenges of sharing habitat with wild felids, and learn essential tips for living and recreating without fear.
Using historical photographs of the 1893 Midwinter Fair, as well as images showing the artwork when situated in the collectors’ homes, we will trace the making of a museum and the creation of a collection.