Parent, staff and community member volunteers have been working diligently since last February to bring together a beautiful event to celebrate all that our local land and waters have to offer -- from its natural resources to its people. This is meant to be a celebration and a coming together of our community. Good times! Fun interactive learning! Celebration! Whether or not you have children in our schools -- and whether or not you have children, come!
Saturday, 10am to 4pm at the West Marin School in Point Reyes Station.
Among other things, community members will be showing up to teach and share about:
butter churning (organized by Loretta Farley and our local libraries)
corn husk doll making (Kerry Livingston and Colleen Conley)
botanical drawing (Molly Brown and local artists)
cider pressing (hosted by West Marin Climate Action and others! Apples wanted!!)
tortilla making (by Aracely Rodriguez)
barley tea making (by Table Top Farms)
sun print making (by WM-INV PTSA)
seed balls (Inverness Garden Club)
weaving (with Travis Meinolf)
a touch table of pelts and skulls of omnivores and carnivores found in our local Seashore (hosted by the Point Reyes National Seashore)
tule cord-making and other place-based activities (by Theresa Harlan and the Alliance for Felix Cove)
local non-profits such as Point Blue Conservation Science (birds! watersheds!) and Taira Restar's Emerald Heart and In Place presenting skills, information and place-centered nature education
and a hay bale maze (by Tomales High School AG department and students)
PLUS vendors selling lunch
Elote prepared by the high school soccer team!
Tacos by Gilo Rodrigues and co!
Plus more in the works!
PLUS farmers and local makers
AND live music (The Coastal Scrubbers, Seamus Tomkins and much more!)