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Rangeland projects in seashore

08/30/2012
Beginning early next month, the National Park Service will begin work on grant-funded rangeland water quality improvement projects on seven ranches in Point Reyes National Seashore and Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Construction will focus on four project types: cattle exclusion fencing, cattle watering facilities, controlled cattle crossings and erosion...

Thrift Store hosts fashion show

08/30/2012
In honor of the West Marin Community Thrift Store’s 25th anniversary, West Marin Community Services will be holding a stylish community fundraiser with a runway event. “Funk and Flash,” which will take place Saturday, September 15, will feature models of all ages sporting one-of-a kind garments from local designers, seasonal...

Winston plays for Dance Palace

08/30/2012
Returning to the stage at Dance Palace this Saturday is master pianist George Winston, who will play at a charitable program called “Summer Show,” with all proceeds donated to the community and cultural center. Having lived and played in Montana, Mississippi and Florida, Mr. Winston offers a variety of styles...

Sand Sculpture at Drakes Beach

08/30/2012
The 31st annual Sand Sculpture Contest in Point Reyes National Seashore takes place Sunday, September 2 at Drakes Beach. Registration takes place at 9 a.m. at Ken Patrick Visitor Center, and judging begins at noon. Prizes, which will be awarded in several categories, will be delivered at 3:30 p.m. It’s...

Oyster Depot helps Non Profits

08/30/2012
Luc Chamberlain of Saltwater Oyster Depot will be opening up his restaurant this Monday for a special benefit in conjunction with Point Reyes Books, to raise money for the Jack Mason Museum of West Marin History. Inspired by a Los Angeles program known as Closed On Mondays, the eatery will...

Cheeses win national honors

08/30/2012
Three of West Marin’s cheese companies made their mark in this year’s American Cheese Society competition in Raleigh, North California. While over 254 companies from across the United States, Canada and Mexico submitted a record 1,711 entries, Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese, Cowgirl Creamery and Nicasio Valley Cheese stood out. Point...

Bo-Stin seeks study grant

08/23/2012
Bolinas-Stinson Union School District directors voted Monday to search for someone to develop a grant proposal that would fund a feasibility study for an on-campus preschool. The $25,000 the board hopes to acquire would explore whether the district could accommodate the roughly 35 children from age two to five currently...

New coaches at Tomales High

08/23/2012
The Tomales High School Braves are back for a new school year and they’re bringing two new coaches with them. Edie Nelson will head girl’s varsity volleyball, while Luiz Salerno, hailing from Peru, will head soccer, a sport that hasn’t been fielded for boys in two years and girls in...

Valley teen leadership group

08/23/2012
The Loft—West Marin’s “Valley-minded teen center”—opens on the first day of school for Lagunitas School District, Tuesday, August 28, for all kids in grade four and up. The Loft is open Monday through Thursday until 5 p.m. and membership costs $200 per year. Beyond its weekday offering of open gym,...

County endorses Dream Act

08/23/2012
At the request of Board President Steve Kinsey, Marin Supervisors on Tuesday adopted a resolution supporting recent state actions relating to the California Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, known as the Dream Act. The package of laws allows children who were brought into the United States under...

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