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 Sunday, March 19 at 9:10pm
For the first time in history (as far as people can recall) a West Marin boys basketball team won the CYOB basketball championship today at Terra Linda High School. Congrats to coaches Stephen Horvath and Mike Durkee.
 Sunday, March 19 at 9:29am
A different perspective of Lagunitas Creek between Inverness Park and Point Reyes Station (levee rd) during the last storm when it flooded at high tide.

More photos and video here:

Shot by @boatingsausalito
 Sunday, March 19 at 8:15am
A couple of rainy day events today:

A benefit art sale for artist Christine DeCamp takes place from noon to 3 p.m. at The Village Snipper (next door to KWMR), in Point Reyes Station. The sale continues next Sunday.

A talk-story circle about our relationship to nature in West Marin starts at 3 p.m. in Toby’s Feed Barn’s gallery, where Jan E. Watson’s retrospective photography exhibit, “I Was There: The People, The Stories, The Light: 27 Years in a Place Called Point Reyes,” is on display.

Celebrate the Indigenous communities that live and work in Marin at the Marin American Indian Alliance’s Marin Powwow from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday indoors at Miller Creek Middle School’s gym at 2255 Las Gallinas Ave. in San Rafael.
 Friday, March 17 at 1:22pm
The West Marin Feed weekly email update is out. It was a big week, plus lots of events happening this weekend. And did someone say more rain? Read it here and get caught up. Then subscribe.
 Saturday, March 11 at 11:00am
Wow. Lagunitas Creek near Point Reyes Station got within a couple of feet of the flood stage yesterday morning.

The West Marin Feed is a collection of news, culture and emergency information curated by Christian Anthony specifically for people living in West Marin with a focus on Point Reyes and Inverness.
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