Hundreds of members, sponsors and donors attended the opening celebration for There's a Mystery There: Sendak on Sendak at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Marin Magazine - December 2009
Locals gathered for the opening night of the San Francisco Symphony. The evening's highlights included the Symphonix opening night dinner and a performance by pianist Lang Lang.
Recently, at Larkspur’s Gallery Bergelli, owner Robin Critelli welcomed guests to meet and view artist Bryn Craig’s work, which was on display at a reception for the artist.
Michael Stars in The Village at Corte Madera kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness month with a PINK party, featuring pink champagne, pink energy drinks and pink desserts.
More than 300 people and their canine companions came out for an afternoon of food and music at WOOFStock, to support the Marin Humane Society. Emcee Mark Pitta and a surprise visit from local Robin Williams kept the audience entertained.
Mt. Tam Orthopedics invited the medical community and family and friends to their Larkspur offices to welcome Dr. Brian Su to their practice.
The San Francisco Yacht Club played host to the Leukemia Cup Regatta with special guest Vice President Gore.
Marin Education Fund's first annual Scholarship Night Gala was a success, with money raised going toward helping youth from low-income households in Marin County to attend college. The Fund has helped over 19,000 kids reach that goal, with 90 percent of scholarship recipients earning a four-year degree.
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