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 July 2011August 2011September 2011
Monday, August 01, 2011
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
Tuesday, August 02, 2011
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
Wednesday, August 03, 2011
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Thursday, August 04, 2011
The Dislocation Express ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )

Come aboard "The Dislocation Express"
Traveling performances by
AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater

Eric Kupers directed site-specific collaboration between AXIS Dance Company and Dandelion Dancetheater travels from Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley to two BART stations. The Dislocation Express explores personal experiences of finding a sense of home and then losing it.

Artistic Director of Dandelion Dancetheater Eric Kupers is known in the Bay Area for his rich, visually captivating and emotional dance theater pieces that often explore themes of the human condition.  What better Company to collaborate with than AXIS Dance Company, the Bay Area’s local dance sensation of dancers with and without disabilities.

Having most recently appeared as guest artists on the FOX reality television show "So You Think You Can Dance", AXIS is no stranger to performing in unconventional spaces and situations.  "The Dislocation Express" will be a welcome opportunity to collaborate with Dandelion Dancetheater, another local company that questions conventional ideas about dancer and dance performance, to bring dance outside of the proscenium theater and to the masses.

"The Dislocation Express" looks at the nature of place and displacement. Exploring the artists' experiences with finding a sense of home and then losing it for various reasons, The Dislocation Express draws from images and fantasies about hobo culture to better understand contemporary notions of place amidst the portable internet and mobile phone culture.

All of the music for "The Dislocation Express" will be performed live, composed by members of the ensemble and played on instruments, voices, adaptive apparatus and certain portions of the sets designed for sonic capabilities.  David Ryther and Mantra Plonsey will give shape to the sonic landscape of the work and will lead the ensemble in finding new ways of thinking about music – including the sounds of wheels, wheelchairs, metal objects, and more.

What: AXIS Dance Company and Dancelion Dancetheater’s The Dislocation Express
When: Sun, July 24th, Wed, July 27th, Fri, July 29th, Sat, July 30th, 6pm
Where: Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA  94703
Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110.



Contact Info : Tickets: No tickets or reservations required. FREE and open to the public. For more information visit http://axisdance.org/TDE.php or call (510) 625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://axisdance.org/TDE.php
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Friday, August 05, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Yoga With Kelly ( 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm )

Instructor: Kelly Lynch, yoga instructor since 1999

Fee: $3 per class

415-456-9062

Come enjoy a wonderful hour of yoga. Yoga enables you to gain and maintain balance, strength and flexibility of both body and mind. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Modifications of the postures will be taught so that all levels can be accommodated. Wear comfortable, loose clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one and a small bottle of water if you would like.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave Downtown San Rafael Email : programs@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/yoga-with-kelly/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Wretch Like Me ( 8:00 pm )

The award winning solo show Wretch Like Me will be presented at three North Bay locations August 5 through October 19 in Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.

The show, created by actor, journalist and National Endowment for the Arts-honored theater critic David Templeton explores a wild ride through a 1970’s Southern California landscape of spaced-out believers, tongues-spouting surfers, and radical evangelical puppeteers. The plot-driven storytelling also includes cleverly conjured descriptions of an acid-dropping minister named Reverend Dude, an affably sinister alien puppet and a beautiful believer.



Contact Info : David Templeton (707) 338- 6013 Email : talkpix@earthlink.net Url: http://www.wretchlikeme.org
Saturday, August 06, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
New Wine, Old Bottle: David Hockney's Creative Reinterpretation Of The Brother's Grimm ( 2:00 pm )

New Wine, Old Bottle: David Hockney's Creative Reinterpretation of the Brother's Grimm
Saturday, August 6, 2pm
Lecture by Robert Flynn Johnson, curator, Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers' Grimm: Original Etchings by David Hockney. $12 members / $25 nonmembers



Url: http://www.svma.org
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Sunday, August 07, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Physically Integrated Dance Summer Intensive ( All Day )

Dancers, choreographers and teachers with and without disabilities from the US and abroad are invited to attend AXIS' annual Summer Intensive located within a thriving dance and disability hub. This week-long creative laboratory is guaranteed to push your limits and break new ground as you experiment, collaborate, and create. Attendees will participate in a creative exchange alongside AXIS' talented dancers as all share their knowledge and experience.

Come see and be seen as AXIS searches for strong, athletic dancers/movers to join our dynamic company in this rewarding and exciting career that is changing the face of dance and disability forever.

Application Deadline May 3rd.

"The Summer Intensive was like a quadruple espresso for my creative force. Dancing with, talking to and watching so many artists who are so diverse really jump started my brain and my body." - 2010 Summer Participant

Contact Info : Christy at 510-625-0110 Email : info@axisdance.org Url: http://www.axisdance.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Monday, August 08, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS ( 9:00 am )

AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS

AUGUST 10 AND 12

9 AM TO 1 PM

PETALUMA SENIOR CENTER

TO REGISTER:  EMAIL This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Contact Info : KATHLEEN L. MURRY, ESQ. Email : kmurryesq@gmail.com
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Sundown Stories At SVMA: Elaine Stanley ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Elaine Stanley recounts the tales of The Boy who Left Home to Learn Fear and Old Rink Rank. Bring a blanket and pillow to the Museum and treat your family to the ultimate bedtime story. Settle in as the sun sets to hear six Grimm's Fairy Tales dramatically told by our region's favorite storytellers. (Also on June 22 and July 20) PJs optional! This program is free to children and $5 for adults, and is supported by the Sonoma Valley Vinters and Growers Alliance. Advance registration encouraged as space is limited. (Recommended for ages 7 and up.). Held at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS ( 9:00 am )

AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS

AUGUST 10 AND 12

9 AM TO 1 PM

PETALUMA SENIOR CENTER

TO REGISTER:  EMAIL This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Contact Info : KATHLEEN L. MURRY, ESQ. Email : kmurryesq@gmail.com
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Friday, August 12, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS ( 9:00 am )

AARP SAFETY DRIVER CLASS

AUGUST 10 AND 12

9 AM TO 1 PM

PETALUMA SENIOR CENTER

TO REGISTER:  EMAIL This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Contact Info : KATHLEEN L. MURRY, ESQ. Email : kmurryesq@gmail.com
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Yoga With Kelly ( 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm )

Instructor: Kelly Lynch, yoga instructor since 1999

Fee: $3 per class

415-456-9062

Come enjoy a wonderful hour of yoga. Yoga enables you to gain and maintain balance, strength and flexibility of both body and mind. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Modifications of the postures will be taught so that all levels can be accommodated. Wear comfortable, loose clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one and a small bottle of water if you would like.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave Downtown San Rafael Email : programs@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/yoga-with-kelly/
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Wretch Like Me ( 8:00 pm )

The award winning solo show Wretch Like Me will be presented at three North Bay locations August 5 through October 19 in Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.

The show, created by actor, journalist and National Endowment for the Arts-honored theater critic David Templeton explores a wild ride through a 1970’s Southern California landscape of spaced-out believers, tongues-spouting surfers, and radical evangelical puppeteers. The plot-driven storytelling also includes cleverly conjured descriptions of an acid-dropping minister named Reverend Dude, an affably sinister alien puppet and a beautiful believer.



Contact Info : David Templeton (707) 338- 6013 Email : talkpix@earthlink.net Url: http://www.wretchlikeme.org
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Four Artful Books ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

Four Artful Books
August 13 and 20, 10 am – 5 pm
Instructor: Emily Marks
Fee:  $125 ($85 one day only)
Materials Fee:  $15 (pay at class)

Students will progress through different sewn-binding techniques—pamphlet, Japanese stab binding, long-stitch, and Coptic—to make several beautiful artist’s books. Each Saturday comprises two 3-hour sessions, each introducing a new binding and a progressively advancing skill level. One-hour lunch break. The perfect follow-up to the printmaking class! Register at www.svma.org. NOTE: This class held at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art Studio Classroom.



Url: http://www.svma.org
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Monday, August 15, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Ecosystem Services • Defined & In Practice ( 8:30 am - 3:00 pm )

University of California Cooperative Extension Marin

California’s rangelands are important in the provision of food and fiber. Of equal importance are the ways in which these lands regulate our climate, contribute to cultural heritage, and are sources of clean water and other supporting services. The combined package of benefits is now referred to as Ecosystem Goods and Services. Please join us for a one-day conference that will define and share the current efforts to understand and manage these multiple services. Through a series of speakers, panels, and discussions we will share the current state of knowledge about these services and the ways in which land managers are shepherding them to mutual benefit of surrounding communities.

Thursday, August 18, 2011 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
Pickleweed Community Center, 50 Canal Street, San Rafael, California

Confirmed Speakers and Panelists

Valerie Eviner, UC Davis – The science of ecosystem service, what we know and need to learn
Whendee Silver, UC Berkeley – Services from soils including carbon sequestration (biologist) – Providing habitats and wildlife diversity
Pelayo Alvarez, California Rangeland Coalition –Habitat and wildlife diversity on California
rangelands
Jessica Musengezi, California Defenders of Wildlife – What are ecosystem services worth?
Rebecca Kramer, Center For Natural Lands Management – The role of mitigation and conservation land programs
Luana Kiger, Natural Resources Conservation Service – US Department of Agriculture’s Office of Environmental Markets from DC to California
Forrest Mertens, SunOne Solutions – Carbon market payments for forested portions of rangelands.

Hosts: This conference is hosted by the Marin Carbon Project Partners, including: Marin Community Foundation, Marin Agricultural Weights and Measures, Marin Agricultural Land Trust, Marin Resource Conservation District, Marin Organic, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and University of California Cooperative Extension Marin.

Cost: $25.00 (lunch included)
RSVP by August 5, 2011

Register online at http://ucanr.org/ecosystem_services



Contact Info : Bonnie Nielsen 1682 Novato Blvd., Ste. 150B Novato, CA 94947 415-499-4204 Url: http://ucanr.org/ecosystem_services
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Friday, August 19, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
10th Annual Golf Tournament ( All Day )

WHO: Rotary Clubs of Rohnert Park-Cotati and Rancho Cotati

WHAT: A day on the green with a 19 hold scramble, putting contest, refreshments, gourmet dinner, awards, and a live auction, including a weeks stay in the Bahamas, a hot air balloon ride, and a romantic dinner and night’s stay in Napa.

WHEN: August 19, 2011

Check- in / Registration 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Shotgun Start 1:30 a.m.

Dinner, Awards/Auction 6:30 p.m. -9:00 p.m.

WHERE: Foxtail Golf Resort, 100 Golf Course Drive Rohnert Park, CA 94928



Contact Info : Ken Mc Coy (707) 484-4040 or Yatin Shah (707) 584-2222 Url: http://www.rotaryevents.org
Yoga With Kelly ( 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm )

Instructor: Kelly Lynch, yoga instructor since 1999

Fee: $3 per class

415-456-9062

Come enjoy a wonderful hour of yoga. Yoga enables you to gain and maintain balance, strength and flexibility of both body and mind. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Modifications of the postures will be taught so that all levels can be accommodated. Wear comfortable, loose clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one and a small bottle of water if you would like.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave Downtown San Rafael Email : programs@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/yoga-with-kelly/
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Wretch Like Me ( 8:00 pm )

The award winning solo show Wretch Like Me will be presented at three North Bay locations August 5 through October 19 in Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.

The show, created by actor, journalist and National Endowment for the Arts-honored theater critic David Templeton explores a wild ride through a 1970’s Southern California landscape of spaced-out believers, tongues-spouting surfers, and radical evangelical puppeteers. The plot-driven storytelling also includes cleverly conjured descriptions of an acid-dropping minister named Reverend Dude, an affably sinister alien puppet and a beautiful believer.



Contact Info : David Templeton (707) 338- 6013 Email : talkpix@earthlink.net Url: http://www.wretchlikeme.org
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Four Artful Books ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

Four Artful Books
August 13 and 20, 10 am – 5 pm
Instructor: Emily Marks
Fee:  $125 ($85 one day only)
Materials Fee:  $15 (pay at class)

Students will progress through different sewn-binding techniques—pamphlet, Japanese stab binding, long-stitch, and Coptic—to make several beautiful artist’s books. Each Saturday comprises two 3-hour sessions, each introducing a new binding and a progressively advancing skill level. One-hour lunch break. The perfect follow-up to the printmaking class! Register at www.svma.org. NOTE: This class held at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art Studio Classroom.



Url: http://www.svma.org
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Monday, August 22, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

Instructor: Thomas Attardi, BS, MA, NMT

Fee: $75 for 8 classes/ $10 for drop-in classes

415-456-9062

Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

Learn about:

- What To Do If You Fall
- The Three Body Systems That Affect The Balance
- Simple Progressive Rehabilitation to Stimulate the Nervous System
- Re-gaining Your Confidence & Independence
- Getting the Maximum Benefits to Safe Guard Our Risks of Injury

Better balance and believing in oneself will enable one to maintain as much independence as possible.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Friday, August 26, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Yoga With Kelly ( 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm )

Instructor: Kelly Lynch, yoga instructor since 1999

Fee: $3 per class

415-456-9062

Come enjoy a wonderful hour of yoga. Yoga enables you to gain and maintain balance, strength and flexibility of both body and mind. Previous yoga experience is not necessary. Modifications of the postures will be taught so that all levels can be accommodated. Wear comfortable, loose clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one and a small bottle of water if you would like.



Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave Downtown San Rafael Email : programs@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/yoga-with-kelly/
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Wretch Like Me ( 8:00 pm )

The award winning solo show Wretch Like Me will be presented at three North Bay locations August 5 through October 19 in Petaluma, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.

The show, created by actor, journalist and National Endowment for the Arts-honored theater critic David Templeton explores a wild ride through a 1970’s Southern California landscape of spaced-out believers, tongues-spouting surfers, and radical evangelical puppeteers. The plot-driven storytelling also includes cleverly conjured descriptions of an acid-dropping minister named Reverend Dude, an affably sinister alien puppet and a beautiful believer.



Contact Info : David Templeton (707) 338- 6013 Email : talkpix@earthlink.net Url: http://www.wretchlikeme.org
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Marin Arts Photography Exhibit ( 11:00 am - 12:00 - noon )

"Marin Arts Photography Contest and Exhibit" features photography by accomplished photographers from Marin County and the greater Bay Area. The exhibit, on view at Marin Arts downtown San Rafael gallery, features a collection color and black and white photographs including landscapes, modern interpretations, artistic digital and printed manipulated and imaginative use of creative elements to achieve artistic photographic imagery. The public is invited to the free artists' reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12 at the Marin Arts Gallery.

The exhibit concludes with a photography contest. Winners will be selected by the Marin Arts Council Board of Directors and announced on Sept. 12, 2011. Cash awards given to the top three artist photographers.

WHEN:        Through Sept. 9, 2011
11 a.m. to  6 p.m.  Wednesdays through Saturdays

RECEPTION:  6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, 2011
The public is invited to this free artists' reception, also part of the August "Second Friday Artwalk" event.

 

WHERE:     Marin Arts Gallery
906 4th Street, San Rafael



Contact Info : Marin Arts Council, 415-666-2442 Url: http://www.marinarts.org
Film Night In The Park ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

WHO:  Film Night in the Park (a project of A.P.P.L.E. FamilyWorks) presents

WHAT:      Film Night in the Park  2011

Film Night in the Park celebrates its 20th anniversary continuing its summertime tradition of presenting outdoor screenings classic, cult favorite and family movies for all ages in community parks in Marin County and San Francisco.

This summer Film Night presents crowd pleasing film selections from the past 20 years and recently released box office favorites. Films scheduled for the 2011 Film Night in the Park festival season include "How to Train Your Dragon," "Toy Story 3," "National Velvet," "Breaking Away," "Casablanca," "Jaws," "Harold and Maude," "Mary Poppins" and "Young Frankenstein."

Visit http://www.filmnight.org for specifics on dates, films and community park locations.

WHEN:   June 10 to Sept. 24, 2011

SHOWTIMES:  8 p.m. (Arrive by 8 p.m. / Films begin at dusk.)

LOCATIONS:  Creek Park, 451 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960

Film Night in the Park is presented in Marin community parks in Fairfax, San Anselmo, Mill Valley, San Geronimo and San Francisco.

COST:    Donations appreciated

Popcorn, candy and sodas will be sold. Bring blankets, pillows, backrest and low chairs. Film Night suggests leaving pets at home.

PHONE:    415-272-2756

WEB SITE:   www.filmnight.org

PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/1m4oUvkhtkRiVER0tKX6aw

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/FilmNight

TWITTER: @filmnight

Film Night in the Park screenings in San Francisco presented by

the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation and its sponsors.



Contact Info : 415.272.2756 Url: http://www.filmnight.or
Marin Shakespeare Company's 2011 Summer Festival Season ( 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm )

Politics, power and pandemonium take the stage for
Marin Shakespeare Company’s 2011 Summer Festival Season

PRODUCER:     Marin Shakespeare Company

WHAT:  The professional, award-winning Marin Shakespeare Company features its summer festival of three plays presented under the summer stars in its outdoor venue, Dominican University's Forest Meadows Amphitheatre in San Rafael, Calif. The MSC summer festival features a variety of special events and discounted ticket options including “Pay What You Will” preview performances.  See the complete performance schedule, event information and order tickets at Marin Shakespeare Company’s website at www.marinshakespeare.org

Opening July 15 to Aug. 14, 2011 / Previews are July 8, 9 & 10, 2011
Macbeth
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Lesley Schisgall Currier  
Murder, remorse and madness stalk this bloody story of ambition and fate. Opening night performance is under a full moon. Featuring William Elsman* and Alexandra Matthew.*

Opening  July 30 to Sept. 25, 2011 / Previews are July 22 & 24, 2011
The Complete History of America (abridged)
By Adam Long, Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor / Directed by Robert Currier
A zany, irreverent three-man romp through the annals of our nation's past. History has never been this much fun. Featuring Darren Bridget,* Cassidy Brown,* and Mick Mize.

Opening Aug. 27 to Sept. 25,  2011 / Previews are Aug. 19 & Aug. 21, 2011
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare / Directed by Jon Tracy
A magical, mysterious exploration of revenge, forgiveness and the transitory nature of dreams. Marin Shakespeare Company welcomes wunderkind director Jon Tracy brings his own brand of magic to this enchanting romance. Featuring Robert Parsons,* Scott Coopwood,* James Hiser,* and George Maguire.*

WHEN:  July 8 to Sept. 25, 2011
Marin Shakespeare Company kicks off  the season with preview performances.
Performances at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays; 4 p.m. Sundays.
See complete schedule including pay what you will previews, repertory performances and special events at www.marinshakespeare.org

WHERE:  Forest Meadows Amphitheatre
1475 Grand Avenue, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, Calif.

TICKETS:  $20 to $35
Advance:  $30 General; $25 Senior (age 65 and over); $20 Youth (18 & under)
At the door: $35 General; $30 Senior; $25 Youth
Season tickets: $75 General, $65 Senior, $45 Youth
Bard Pass: Eight tickets for $200 good for any performance.
Shakespeare Dinners: $35 per person. A catered dinner and intimate pre-show talk. Play ticket and beverages not included.

BOX OFFICE:    415-499-4488  

WEBSITE:     www.marinshakespeare.org

Free onsite parking. Located near public transit. Comfortable bench seating. Theater opens one hour prior to show time for picnicking. Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks at the Theatre Café. Warm clothing, jackets, blankets recommended for evening performances. Call box office for special parking needs. The MSC golf cart will be operational for all shows.

Marin Shakespeare Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization



Contact Info : Marin Shakespeare Company, 415-499-4488 Url: http://www.marinshakespeare.org
The 39 Steps ( 8:00 pm )

"The 39 Steps"
Hitchcock meets hilarity in classic thriller
 
PRODUCER:   6th Street Playhouse presents

WHAT:          "The 39 Steps"
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the Novel by John Buchan, based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock
 
Combine a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have "The 39 Steps." This fast-paced, action-packed Tony and Drama Desk award-winning whodunit features four actors playing over one hundred fifty zany characters. It's a thrilling, hilarious, unforgettable theater experience.
 
Directed by Craig A. Miller
 
WHEN:  Jan. 6 to Jan. 22, 2012
8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays
2 p.m. Sundays
2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.
 
LOCATION: 6th Street Playhouse
Studio Theatre
52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, Calif.  95401
 
TICKETS:    $10 to $25
Ticket prices 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays: General $25; Senior (62 and over) $20; Youth (13 to 21) $20; Children (5 to 12) $10. Ticket prices 8 p.m. Thursdays and 2 p.m. Saturdays: General $20; Senior (62 and over) $15; Youth (13 to 21) $15; Children (5 to 12) $10.
 
PHONE:     707-523-4185
Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended.
 
WEB SITE:    www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/JNLNGFUXoyak1OkFncCDfw



Contact Info : PHONE: 707-523-4185 Order tickets by telephone, online or purchase at the door. Reservations recommended. WEB SITE: www.6thstreetplayhouse.com Email : boxoffice@6thstreetplayhouse.com Url: http://www.6thstreetplayhouse.com
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
David Hockney: Six Fairy Tales From The Brothers Grimm & Rebound Book Arts ( All Day )

David Hockney, one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, takes a contemporary and often humorous approach in a series of 39 etchings created to illustrate and honor the popular children's tales collected by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. The etchings pay homage to earlier illustrations by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, but focus more on Hockney's imaginative response to the text rather than strict interpretations of the narratives.

At a time when mainstream publishing houses are questioning the very need for books published in traditional, physical formats, artists who create books continue to creatively push the limits of the genre. Made primarily by Bay Area artists, the books included in Rebound: A Survey of Contemporary California Artists' Books include a variety of formats and display a wide range of processes that currently interest the contemporary artist engaged in making artist's books. This exhibition runs concurrently with the David Hockney show.

Exhibitions take place at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway, just off the Sonoma Town Plaza.



Contact Info : Lance Walker, Marketing & Events Sonoma Valley Museum of Art 551 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476 Email : lwalker@svma.org Url: http://www.svma.org
Monday, August 29, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
Roderick Kiracofe
The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

~Patchwork Pillow Cover~

The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
Restore & Improve Your Balance Training Class ( 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm )

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Learn how balance works, why your balance may be deteriorating, and how you can safely implement very simple exercises to train your balance.

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Contact Info : Whistlestop Active Aging Center 930 Tamalpais Ave San Rafael, CA 94901 Email : info@whistlestop.org Url: http://www.whistlestop.org/classes/restore-improve-your-balance-training-class/
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Anonymous: 19th And 20th Century Photographs And Quilts By Unknown Artists From The Collection Of Robert Flynn Johnson ( 12:00 - noon )

A new exhibit, Anonymous: 19th and 20th Century Photographs and Quilts by Unknown Artists from the Collection of Robert Flynn Johnson, will run August 5 through September 18 at Petaluma Arts Center, 230 Lakeville Street, Petaluma. Anonymous photography has a magical and mysterious quality. The nineteenth and twentieth century images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are by turn poignant, humorous, erotic, and disturbing. Their subject is the human condition. Although the artists are unknown, the photographs could be made by anyone who has ever used a camera.

Johnson’s search for vernacular photographs led him to discover another form of memory-gathering and he began collecting hand-made quilts. He found the same mystery and poignant humanity in quilts, pieced together from family clothing and fabrics.

Recently retired as curator in charge of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, a position he held since 1975, Robert Flynn Johnson is the author of numerous books and critical essays. Two recent books will be on sale at the Petaluma Art Center during the exhibition:  Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers and The Face in the Lens: Anonymous Photography.

The exhibition includes 12 quilts and numerous photographic images from Johnson’s second book, The Face in the Lens. Selected photographs from the author’s collection will be offered for sale. Johnson will sign both books at the August 14 panel discussion with San Francisco gallery owners and fellow collectors, Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat.

RELATED EVENTS:

Opening Reception

Saturday, August 13, 4-7pm (in conjunction with Petaluma Downtown Art Walk)

Discussion and Book Signing

Sunday, August 14 – 2 to 4pm

Anonymous curator, Robert Flynn Johnson in conversation with fellow collectors, gallery owners Stephen Wirtz and Robert Tat Robert Flynn Johnson will sign copies of his books on the works of unknown photographers. $5 donation.

Sharing our Favorite Quits
Saturday, August 27, 2pm
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The American Quilt: A History of Cloth and Comfort
Author, collector and gallerist Rodney Kiracofe is a scholar of the American Quilt. He will bring some of his favorite quilts to this salon and encourages attendees to do the same. This is an opportunity to share these treasures with others and to answer questions about the collection and conservation of historic quilts.

Family Workshops:

Crazy Quilt Memories with Sonya Lee Barrington

Saturday August 27 – 10 am to 1pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 9:30am)

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The pillow cover (approx 14 x 14) will be embellished with: lace, doilies, embroidery and buttons from family clothing and interior fabrics that are supplied by the students. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).

~Pockets to Bags with Sonya Lee Barrington~

Saturday, September 19 – 1- 4 pm (meet Sonya for a gallery tour at 12:30 pm) Turn a pair of old Jeans into a purse or carry-all. $50 (for an adult with a child age 8 and up).



Contact Info : Taylor Allcock 707-762-5600 x111 Email : t.allcock@petalumaartscenter.org Url: http://petalumaartscenter.org/
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