At a private home in Ross Valley, guests enjoyed a fashion show, cocktails and hor d’oeuvres Saturday, September 21. Ladies Night benefits Sunny Hills Services, which has been providing mental health services for children and families since 1895.
More than 140 fine artists from across the country were showcased in the Old Mill Park redwood groove September 21–22. The event is considered one of the top 10 fine arts and crafts shows in the Northwest.
Drs. Lakshimi and Mandalam Seshardi gave informative presentations and guests enjoyed a silent auction, wine and food at the July 25 foundation benefit held at the Room Art Gallery in Mill Valley. Photos by Debra Tarrant.
Guests got a sneak peak at all the great Marin County landscape art and enjoyed fine wines and a family-style dinner at the June 27 event at Dominican University. Proceeds benefitted Buckelew Programs. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Cavallo Point Lodge, Marin Magazine and Protector Boats teamed up June 26 to celebrate the launch of the Race for the Cup America’s Cup guide at Cavallo Point Lodge. More than 250 guests enjoyed meeting cup VIPs, viewing art by Gilles Martin-Raget, a champagne reception, appetizers and dinner. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Some of Marin’s finest artists, as well as a sampling of artists from across the nation, showcased their works in painting, sculpture, jewelry and fine ceramics. The June 15–16 event was held at Lagoon Park in San Rafael. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Visitors to the June 1–2 event held at the Marin fairgrounds got the chance to hear from more than 200 exhibitors offering smart products and services including green technology and home automation. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Legal Aid of Marin celebrated 55 years with an All Stars of Marin themed gala in Mill Valley on May 31. Guests enjoyed dinner, wine, a sports memorabilia auction and music from the Soul Satellites featuring Bonnie Hayes. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Marin Open Studios celebrated its 20th year with a preview gala featuring wine, small bites and art from 250 artists. Attendees got to meet the artists, see their work and pick up an Artist Guide for the open studios event taking place in the first two weekends in May. Photos by Debra Tarrant.
More than 125 of the Bay Area’s most innovative floral designers created arrangements inspired by masterpieces on view at the de Young Museum. The March 19 opening gala benefited the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
KPIX channel 5 reporter Julie Watts hosted an evening of delicious food, live music, a silent and live auction and a raffle all benefiting Marin Advocates for Children. Funds raised were use to provide prevention and advocacy services for Marin’s most vulnerable.