Alice In Wonderland
Friday - Sunday at various times, City of San Rafael Community Services Department, 618 B St, San Rafael, CA
San Rafael Community Services and North Bay Rep "Theatre For A Cause" present: Alice in Wonderland
GALA EVENTS (Cabaret Seating): Fridays, March 8th & 15th, 7:30pm
Tables with seating for 10: $160/General Admission: $20
($4 from each ticket goes towards the theatre scholarship fund)
General Admission Shows:
Saturdays, March 9th, 16th & 23rd - 1pm and 5pm
Sundays, March 10th & 17th - 3pm
Tickets: $15 (free for children 3 and under)
For tickets, call 415-485-3333 or buy them online at https://eplay.livelifelocally.com/Activities/ActivitiesAdvSearch.asp
Environmental Forum of Marin Lecture Series 2013
9 a.m., Dominican University of California, 50 Acacia Ave, San Rafael, CA
Lecture Series 2013: Changes Challenges and Choices
What We Eat: Why All the Fuss?
No doubt about it — food is important. It’s our fuel. We get hungry, we eat, we go on to the next activity. Sometimes there is no more thought behind our meal than that — a stop between activities. But maybe there should be. Maybe being more thoughtful will enrich our lives, improve our choices, and help heal the earth.
We are excited to present a remarkable panel of speakers who will explain food production, distribution and consumption as well as corresponding impacts upon human health and the environment. They will offer perspectives on the importance of local and organic food production; the differences our choices can make at local, state and federal levels; and the benefits of a plant-based diet.
Carol Misseldine - Director, Green Cities California
Kerry McGrath - Producer Member Manager, Marin Organic
Diana Donlon - Cool Foods Campaign Director, Center for Food Safety
9 a.m. , Falkirk Cultural Center, 1408 Mission Ave, San Rafael, CA
This is an extremely hands-on learning experience. The group will be divided into three smaller groups. Stations will offer information on propagating from seeds, plant cuttings and succulent offsets. Marin Master Gardeners; Jessica Wasserman, Gary Bartl and Sandy Waks will be among the teachers. Bring gloves and hand pruners. A work party in the gardens will follow until 1 p.m. Come garden alongside Master Gardens and bring your gardening questions.
Coffee and snacks will be provided. $5.00 donation for the workshop.
Marin School of the Arts Showcase
5:30 p.m., Bernard Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, 200 N San Pedro Rd,San Rafael, CA
The Marin School of the Arts presents its milestone 10th annual student Showcase, “Funding the Arts for the Future,” on Saturday, March 9 at the Osher Marin JCC in San Rafael. The Showcase is open to the public and begins at 5:30 pm with a Gallery reception featuring student work. At 7:00 pm guests will enjoy live performances from all of MSA’s arts disciplines. Tickets are on sale now at www.marinschoolofthearts.org/showcase2013.
Marin Symphony: Of Heroes and Angels
3 p.m., Marin Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael, CA
Alasdair Neale and the Symphony orchestra present Beethoven’s “Eroica”— a work that broke all the rules and established new musical boundaries in its time. American composer Aaron Jay Kernis’ Musica Celestis is a heavenly meditation painted in radiant, ecstatic colors. Pre-concert talks are FREE for all ticket holders and begin one hour prior to each concert. Tickets: $70, $54, $29, students half price, youth $10
Single tickets for Of Heroes and Angels, and all season concerts, are on sale now. Call the Marin Center Box Office at 415.473.6800, purchase in person, or order online. Visit marinsymphony.orgfor complete concert details.
See a complete list of events happening this weekend (and add your own) in our events calendar.
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