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San Anselmo local, Nancy Nichols has been living and expressing herself artistically in the area for 25 years as well as being an avid coffee drinker for the past 50. Nichols notes. “I love to drink coffee and I also love pencil drawing. By using coffee to paint over my original pencil drawings, I have found the perfect blend.”   In her exhibition The Art of Coffee, Nichols creates...

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Environmental Forum of Marin Lecture Series Oceans and coastal waters of Central California are in peril because they are recovering from a myriad of historical destructive human actions and also are threatened by modern human actions. Historical threats that have had long-term effects include extirpation of keystone species such as sea otters, development, pollution, and fishing practices....

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A Solo Exhibition of Photographs by Joseph A. Blum January 27–March 7, 2015 Joseph A. Blum presents an exhibition featuring color photographs that give viewers an all-access look at the making of the new East Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.   Joe Blum has been hard at work on the Bay Bridge’s newly constructed eastern span, but his tools look a bit different than those of...

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Free Massage & Healing Session for February/Valentine’s Day.   Open your heart with a complimentary 30-minute session: massage, energy treatment and consultation.  Valid for the entire month of February.   Deepen your relationship with yourself so that you enjoy your relationship with others. Explore massage, bodywork and mind-body wellness.   Restrictions and conditions apply. ...

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Oceans and the coastal waters of Central California are in peril from a myriad of destructive human actions. Join us February 28 with speakers; Karina Nielsen, Director Romberg Tiburon Center, Dan Howard, Sanctuary Manager, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary, and Stiv Wilson, Campaigns Director, The Story of Stuff. 

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Winter Indoor Soccer League

Feb 28, 2015 - Mar 8, 2015

This event occurs weekly, on Saturday and Sunday.

Dave Fromer's 30th annual indoor soccer league is open for boys age 4-16 and girls 4-18 with weekend games in January, February and early March. There will be no mid-week practices. The program is open to teams and players of all skills levels. For more info, email info@davefromersoccer.com or online at www.davefromersoccer.com or call 383-0320

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Docents monitor habitat conditions for and educate hikers about native foothill yellow-legged frogs. The required training begins at the Sky Oaks Headquarters in Fairfax with a discussion of frog biology and population threats, radio training and methods for engaging the public. At noon we take a 3 mile round-trip hike to Little Carson Falls. The minimum commitment is three 5 hour shifts...

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Andrew Romanoff  "Looking Back, Going Forward" Mixed media Reenie Charriere and George-Ann Bowers, Unearthing: 2 WEAD artists Sheri Park, "White White Red: Living Woman"    Feb 6 - March  15  Opening Reception – Sunday, February 8  3-5 p.m.  Salon – Sunday, March 15 (talk about art with the artists) 4-5 p.m.      Romanoff has worked with Shrinky Dinks, a children's...

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Days of Our Lives

Feb 28, 2015 - Mar 4, 2015

Days of Our Lives, the first solo exhibition of work by San Francisco native, Daniel Green, opens January 15, 2015. Green (b.1985) joined the studio on a full-time basis in 2008, and is one of the youngest artists working at Creativity Explored. Featured will be Green’s signature work that conveys an intense and playful fascination with American entertainment and popular culture. The...

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Barnes & Noble Corte Madera will host local author Denise Mobolaji Ajayi Williams, author of Akiti the Hunter, for their Black History Month on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 10 a.m. Akiti’s story is derived from African Folklore passed down from generation to generation, and is retold by the author. This book is the first time this character has ever been presented to the world in cartoon...

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