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Join us at Gravity Tavern in Mill Valley. Happy hour ends at 5:30. The restaurant has given us the high top tables on the patio. Bring a jacket just in case it's chilly. I'm capping the guest list since the patio is small. *Please bring CASH and be sure to tip your servers.* https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5c89392b7d0c913d346532c7/t/5d5b217132f207000138e129/1566253427121/8.21.2019+GT+-+Happy+Hour.pdf
Join us for lots of fun in Sebastopol. Happy hour ends at 5pm. At 5:30, there will be pups, beer & ping-pong in the sun! http://www.handline.com/ http://berryessabrewingco.com/event/pups-and-pong/ http://dogwoodanimalrescue.org/pet/ "We’ve had so much fun hosting different breweries and dog shelters throughout the summer, and our last one of the season will be on September 19th with Dogwood Animal Rescue and Berryessa Brewing. If you haven’t stopped by yet (or if you’ve been to all of them!) join us on the lower patio from 5:30-8pm to meet adoptable dogs and check out Berryessa’s offerings. All beers are $6 and 100% of the proceeds will go to the shelter. There’s no better way to close out the end of summer with some furry friends and a good cause! Stick around to play some ping-pong."
Join us for the San Rafael PorchFest. Bring a friend, a chair, ride a bike and join the roving audience in and around San Rafael’s Gerstle Park neighborhood for an afternoon of free live music and community! Hosted in one of San Rafael's oldest and most cherished neighborhoods, Gerstle Park, PorchFest is a free community music event for all ages. More than 60 musical acts will be playing on 25 different porches throughout the neighborhood. A diverse set of artists are set to play, including: folk, Americana, gospel, soul, gypsy jazz, blues, Latin, funk, traditional Argentine tango, and children’s music. The San Rafael PorchFest team encourages people to commute via public transportation. Whistlestop will be providing complimentary shuttle services from downtown San Rafael to the event in Gerstle Park. Attendees can park downtown in the San Rafael C Street Garage (at 3rd St.) and catch the handicap-accessible bus from there, starting at 11am and continuing until 6pm. Bicycle riding to PorchFest is encouraged and self parking of bicycles will be available throughout the event. San Rafael PorchFest is currently on the hunt for volunteers to help with a variety of tasks. To learn more about how to get involved, visit www.sanrafaelporchfest.com. Bring a friend, a chair, ride your bike, have a picnic and join the roving audience for a day of live music and fun. San Rafael PorchFest would thank the City of San Rafael and our 2019 sponsors, which to-date include: Bank of Marin, BioMarin, Flatiron, Luther Burbank Savings, Pint Size Lounge, Pond Farm Brewing, Prandi Property Management, Redwood Market and Deli, Sandra Luna Real Estate, and StateRoom. We also want to thank our in-kind contributors, which to-date include: Bananas at Large, The Good Earth, Hammerslag, Meyer Sound, and Whistlestop.
US Army Corps of Engineers Bay Model Visitor Center
Join ACS San Francisco Bay Chapter for a captivating evening with scientist Breck Tyler and artist Caren Loebel-Fried exploring the ecology and conservation of Pacific Albatrosses. Admission is free, donations are encouraged, $10 general, $5 students. REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED. We’ll reserve seats for Eventbrite registrants. Click to reserve a seat: http://bit.ly/AlbatrossRegister Breck Tyler’s Presentation: Albatrosses travel thousands of miles across ocean basins, returning to land only to nest. Midway Atoll, a tiny island in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian chain, is one of the world’s largest albatross colonies, hosting more than a million nesting birds. Sharing his experiences from 30 years at Midway, Breck will tell us about the adaptations, ecology, and conservation of these magnificent creatures. Caren Loebel-Fried’s Presentation: Art and stories through the ages have helped people connect with nature. With photos and videos of albatrosses from her research on Midway Atoll, Caren shares the stories behind the iconic art she created for Midway Atoll and the storybook, A Perfect Day for an Albatross. Caren aims to bring people, young and older, closer to the natural world with the hope that they will want to help care for it. Click here to learn more: http://bit.ly/AlbatrossLearnMore