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April, 2018

Sunday
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Easter Sunday
Monday
2
Mill Valley Community Center
4:30 PM
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Thinking about becoming involved in the Village? You‘re welcome to come to our Steering Team meetings and see what we‘re up to!
Wednesday
4
Meet at the Holiday Inn/Frantoio parking lot near the Manzanita overpass
10:00 AM
Wednesday
4
Sweetwater Music Cafe
10:30 AM
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. It is an informal gathering with no particular agenda beyond the company of friends. Contact Marcus Byruck (617-763-1697 or marcusbyruck@gmail.com) or David Cardenas (transitionssupport@gmail.com) to get more info.
Wednesday
4
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We’ll meet just inside the theatre to the left of the ticket booth. For more info regarding this production, including a synopsis of the opera, check out the Met’s website: metopera.org Questions? Jean Gunn jmbgunn@gmail.com
Wednesday
4
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Join us for an afternoon gathering at the home of Rhea Wolkowitz. All members and volunteers are invited and encouraged to bring a guest to meet the friendly folks of San Rafael Village.
Wednesday
4
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Bring a guest to our first Wine at Vines event. We are gathering at this lovely wine bar in Redhill shopping center for drinks and appetizers. We will enjoy our conversation and share information with your friends about Marin Villages.
Thursday
5
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The group will be discussing the following short stories from Counter Parts under the “Love” section: The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Anderson and The Pangs of Love by Jane Gardam. Contact Paula Weinberger (p.weinberger41@gmail.com)
Monday
9
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We meet for late afternoon movie and dinner. If interested in becoming part of this group and receiving monthly notices, contact Joan Hartwell at joandh@aol.com or 415-479-9101
Tuesday
10
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What is fun and starts with D? Dominoes! Come and learn from or be challenged by long-time players. Beginners and members of other Villages are welcome.
Space is limited, please RSVP and ask for new address: 415-435-3988 or email: inverness@earth
Tuesday
10
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We’ll be discussing The Rules of Civility by Amor Towles. Questions: contact Gladys gandraca@aol.com
Wednesday
11
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Mill Valley Village - Coffee at the Sweetwater
Wednesday
11
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It’s always fun (lively conversation, good coffee/tea and lots of tasty treats!) to get together in this friendly, comfortable setting. Feel free to bring your friends and neighbors along.
Thursday
12
Larskpur Rec.
10:00 AM
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Start spring with a new skill! Join us exploring the medium of watercolor painting. All skill levels are welcome to join the class. For more information, contact Lisa Guthrie at 415-461-1419 or lisaguth1@comcast.net.
Thursday
12
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Meet other TPV members and volunteers over a delicious cup of coffee, and if you feel like indulging, a piece of pastry. Meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month.
Friday
13
Homestead Valley Community Association
1:30 PM
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A songfest led by the popular musician George Hsieh
Friday
13
Homestead Valley Community Center
1:30 PM
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Informal singing led by popular musician George Hsieh
Friday
13
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In The Manson Women and Me, the author‘s relationship with her subjects provides a chilling lens through which we gain insight into a particular kind of woman capable of a particular kind of brutality.
Saturday
14
Kathleen Freitag’s home (Contact Joyce Applen for address joyceapplen@gmail.com)
4:00 PM
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The American Association of University Women is hosting a coffee to provide information about Novato Village to AAUW members. This event is open to your friends and neighbors who are interested in finding out more about Novato Village.
Monday
16
Tuesday
17
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This is a casual game now on the third Tuesday of the month. If you are interested in playing, please contact Barbara Rozen at b.roze@att.net or 415- 472-6610
Wednesday
18
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Join us for our first monthly social hour over coffee and breakfast (you cover the cost) to make new friends and keep the old – bring your neighbor, friend, a family member or show up ala carte!
Wednesday
18
Sweetwater Music Cafe
10:30 AM
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. It is an informal gathering with no particular agenda beyond the company of friends. Contact Marcus Byruck (617-763-1697 or marcusbyruck@gmail.com) or David Cardenas (transitionssupport@gmail.com) to get more info.
Wednesday
18
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Want to ride a bike without too much sweat, and have a safe and enjoyable trip, or take a walk and exercise safely? Would you like to understand the often-confusing multi-use path “rules of the road” and to locate our community’s best elder-friendly
Wednesday
18
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Newcomers welcome! Participants describe a book they’ve read recently or in the past, or just listen. Meeting this month at the home of Valerie Stilson, 205 Sylvia Way, Terra Linda. Questions? Contact Barbara Rozen at b.roze@att.net or 415-472-6610.
Wednesday
18
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Join the fun in this relaxing venue featuring great spirits and yummy food at reasonable prices. It’s an enjoyable way for Novato Village members and volunteers to get together.
Wednesday
18
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Join us at the Opening Reception for this first of its kind art exhibit featuring over 80 works of art by Marin artists over 80. Sponsored by Marin Villages.
Bartolini Gallery, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael. Please RSVP to exhibits@marincounty.
Thursday
19
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Our coffee group is moving to Farm House Local, an award-winning, locally sourced, Americana themed restaurant. Just show up and have a cup of coffee, pastry and some good conversation.
Thursday
19
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Our coffee group is moving to Farm House Local, an award-winning, locally sourced, Americana themed restaurant. Just show up and have a cup of coffee, pastry and some good conversation.
Friday
20
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Susan Mines facilitates our Memoir Writing Group. Contact Susan at souzele@comcast.net or 415-479-0351 for information.
Tuesday
24
Los Moles Hecho en Casa
11:30 AM
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Please bring cash and plan a 20% tip, in return they will give us individual checks. Bring your friends and prospective volunteers and members. Please RSVP to Val Stilson (415) 479-1439, or e-mail at valerie.stilson@sbcglobal.net.
Tuesday
24
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You are invited to join Twin Cities Village members, volunteers and friends in this popular social event that brings our community together. Finger foods are available as is a no-host bar for alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages.
Wednesday
25
Meet at the Holiday Inn/Frantoio parking lot near the Manzanita overpass
10:00 AM
Wednesday
25
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Noted for its cozy ambiance (both indoors and outside) Beso is a popular favorite among Novato Villagers. The menu features a wide array of small plate choices, salads, burgers, soup/sandwich combo, fish tacos, etc.
Thursday
26
Jean Gunn’s home (Contact Jean at jmbgunn@gmail.com for address)
1:30 PM
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Boggle is a game played using a plastic grid of lettered dice in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. Be prepared to boggle your mind and have a blast!
Friday
27
Marin Bocce
12:00 PM
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Spring is here, and bocce ball is back! Get ready for a fun afternoon with the Twin Cities Rollers, time to head back to the courts and let it roll! Join us for snacks, beverages, and some outdoor fun!
Friday
27
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Now is the best time to learn the options and issues you’ll need to address in your later years. Having an Advance Directive for Healthcare, a POLST, a living trust, final arrangements and heart-to-heart conversations with your family is critical
Sunday
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Monday
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Guests are welcome as long as we have space on the bus. Cut off for all RSVPs is April 20th, call th
10:00 AM
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Join us for a bus trip to visit the 80 Over 80 Art Exhibition, sponsored by Marin Villages at the Civic Center Bartolini Gallery, followed by Dutch treat $20 lunch at La Toscana. The bus will leave from the Tiburon Blvd CVS parking lot at 10:00 a.m.
Monday
30
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Looking for a solution to a problem you’re having with your Apple IPhone or iPad? This is your chance to schedule a 30 minute, one-on-one appt. with Trish King, our Apple tutor.