Wednesday, June 25, 2014

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Sleep Train's School Supply Drive for Foster Kids

Sleep TrainThe store hours are M-F 10am to 9pm, Saturday, 10am to 8pm, and Sunday, 10am to 7pm.

To ensure California’s more than 60,000 foster children are prepared with the essential tools for a successful school year, Sleep Train is hosting…

BREAK DOWN MEDIA: The Live Filming of the Premier Episode on 6-25-14

George's Nightclub8:00PM

This Wednesday Night June 25th, 2014 at Georges Nightclub, Industry Vetertan Tony Saunders Presents BREAK DOWN MEDIA: The Live Filming of the…


Docent Led Tours @ The Marine Mammal Center

The Marine Mammal Center11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm

Join us for an informative one-hour Docent-Led Tour of The Marine Mammal Center, an operating veterinary hospital for marine mammals such as…


Wall & Ardor: William T. Wiley in the 21st Century

Sonoma Valley Museum of ArtWednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm

Over a period of fifty years, William T. Wiley has distinguished himself as an artist whose extensive body of work has consistently defied mainstream…

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Reflections on Water Photo Exhibit

Aroma CafeMon to Sat. 7:00 am - 11:00 pm, Sunday 7:30 am - 10:30 pm

Please join us for a Spring reception at the Aroma Cafe in San Rafael to view our latest installation of the Reflections on Water exhibit. …

Social Commentary

Charles M Schulz Museum & Research Center11:00 am - 5:00 pm, Weekends 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

An avid reader and active member of his community, Schulz created Peanuts from the perspective of an informed observer. The Cold War, Vietnam,…


"Evolution of the Comic Strip"

Charles M Schulz Museum & Research Center11AM-5PM, weekends:10AM-5PM(closed on Tuesdays)

See how Peanuts was transformed from the comic strip ink drawings Schulz created in his studio to the comics page in newspapers around the globe.…


"Heartbreak in Peanuts"

Charles M Schulz Museum & Research Center11AM-5PM, weekends:10AM-5PM(closed on Tuesdays-before Memorial Day)

Like so many themes in Peanuts, readers can easily relate to the universal experience of heartbreak. Over 70 original strips focus on the narrative…


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