April 2021: Jody Lewen from Mt Tamalpais College (formerly known as the Prison University Project) will speak about how the College is making a difference in the lives of those housed in San Quentin.
Listen to Jody's presentation here:
September: Photojournalist and Pulitzer Prize nominee Penni Gladstone
November: Cindy Ayala from the Marin County Probation Department described the county's Restorative Justice program.
January 2022: Larkspur-Corte Madera Schools Superintendent Brett Geithman reported on how our schools have fared through the Covid pandemic.
March: Jane Kramer spoke about Enriching Lives through Music (ELM, a program providing music education, ensemble, and performance opportunities to underserved youth in Marin.
June: Elinor Rachael Keast from the Marin County Public Defenders Office spoke about the impact of immigration law on our community.
October: Lynn Downey, former corporate historian for Levi Strauss Co., spoke about the culture and history of dude ranches.
Please check the to see if this month's program meeting will include a potluck.
November: Doug McConnell shared stories from his years hosting “Bay Area Backroads” on local television.
January 2023: With Laura Gill from the Marin Mammel Center, we dove into the Center's history and stories about its most common patients.
February 2023: Acclaimed photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter shared images from their book, Beauty and the Beast. If you missed their inspirational, visit their website