San Rafael California Events

Among the few things to do in San Rafael, California, are the parks, beaches, museums and historic buildings of the city, as well as a variety of restaurants, bars, shops, cafes, restaurants and restaurants in the area. San Rafael has a number of well-maintained open spaces in its parks, which can be reserved for picnics, barbecues, family celebrations and parties. Dogs are allowed during the day - picnic areas, even on the beach, and visitors can fish, ride small boats, windsurf in parks and watch the sunsets from the park grounds.

San Rafael has a lot to do, such as certified direct consumer products produced by certified direct growers, as well as a wide selection of craft beers, wines and spirits.

The conference is the first of its kind in the Bay Area and one of the largest in California. A list of keynote speakers and workshops can be found on the conference homepage. Scroll down for a list of sessions that focus on Right to Livelihood and college winners.

If you are interested in planning a group trip or excursion, please contact us for more information. Reservations can be made at 1-800-444-PARK (7275) or reservecalifornia.com. Teachers are available to give Camp History programs in China and interpret natural features of the park. Reservations can also be made by calling (800) 444-PARK (7275) or online at reservebuchungCalifornia.org.

Buckeye Point and Weber Point are day trips - trips that take in the San Pablo Bay and the water. Buckeye Point is a day trip near the bay of Sanablo overlooking the water, and the walking / cycling side is an ideal place for those who travel to China on foot or by bike. With a scholarship application, participants can choose to connect with other UC member states to organize a one-day, two-week trip to Bioneer National Park. Upon arrival at the conference, the accepted applicants pay for travel and accommodation at Bioneeer International Airport and transportation to the park.

Separated from the grass by boxes, hedges and flower-filled urns, this shady spot is perfect for cocktails and hor d'oeuvres. If you prefer an indoor reception, visit the Boyd Royal Banquet Room, which features a coveted ceiling with original brass and crystal chandeliers that have illuminated many historic festivals. Even if you are not in the house, take advantage of the cochere porte - coche outside and enjoy the view of the Bay of San Pablo and the Bay of San Francisco. Sir Francis Drake's first visit to the Bay Area after his arrival could be just the right rehearsal or dinner.

The Maple Lawn, the piece of resistance, is one of the most beautiful public squares in San Rafael. A wide brick promenade, adorned with two multi-level fountains, dramatically crowned by Greek goddesses, runs through the grass. Right in front of us is an elevated, covered terrace and an incredibly lush lawn surrounded on three sides by mature magnolias and camellias. From here, the elevated and covered terrace overlooks both the bay and the bay of San Francisco.

The carers can play in the wood in their spare time - in the panelled billiards room with wooden tables, wooden chairs and wood panelling. Dinner is served on the sunbathing lawn, followed by a dance on the back terrace under a sparkling illuminated canopy. It is a spectacular setting for the ceremony as friends and family sit on our lawn and watch as we meet the groom under the neoclassical arches. After exchanging our vows, everyone is invited to toast our new life with a glass of champagne from the terraces.

The FOCC website friendsofchinacamp.org provides extensive information about the park, including upcoming events, programs and attractions. Victor Jones Park has a large picnic area for groups that can accommodate up to 20 people, as well as picnic tables and picnic chairs. Gerstle Park is equipped with a picnic table, picnic benches, a pool and a playground for children and adults.

Join us and give back to the San Rafael Community Center and the friends of Chinchina Camp a day of community work, education and fun!

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Join us as permaculture efforts catalyze system change to promote ecological justice and foster more resilient communities. A visionary science fiction writer will lead a panel discussion on the impact of climate change on human health and well-being - and the future of civilization.

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