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Marin Magazine - October 2009
Table lamp designs.
A conversation with Marin vintners.
Wearable fall fashion.
Marty Griffin: Defender of paradise.
A proudly “authentic” corner of Marin.
The state senator discusses Marin issues.
Know your agent
Comments from Marin Magazine readers.
Water and power in Marin.
The creators of Marin Magazine welcome you to share their vision.
A German wine tour.
A Marin couple re-cultivates their roots.
Nearly 1,400 volunteers and staff as well as 500 guide dog puppies in-training participated in the Hawaii FI'DO event hosted by Guide Dogs for the Blind. The annual celebration recognizes the hundreds of dedicated puppy raising volunteers who help raise good canine citizens and prepare them for their formal guide work training.
In Corte Madera board members from SPARK, the Larkspur Schools Foundation that supports both Neil Cummins Elementary and Hall Middle School, dined on gourmet burgers at the Counter opening and fundraiser to raise money for the foundation.
Novato residents Michael and Diane Mina celebrated Bastille Day with a French-themed party at Mina’s newest restaurant RN74, which is named after the road that travels through the Cote D’Or and the Burgundy wine region.
The Marin Humane Society hosted a private party along with personal tours, thanking over 175 supporters for the success of their new Cat Adoption Center. Thanks to the generosity of donors, adoption cats are now relaxing in spacious kitty condos with cat beds perched on shelves and furniture.