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Face to Face’s Three Monkeys Thrift Store Offers Online Shopping

We are thrilled to be able to offer you this new way to shop in our 3 Monkeys Thrift Store. Enjoy shopping online for the same high-quality furniture, housewares, jewelry and more at thrift store prices and as always there’s NO SALES TAX! Selected items are available for purchase with more being added daily! Merchandise(…)

Happening This Week at Marin’s Spahr Center

To join the Spahr Senior Groupon Monday, 7 to 8 pm,click the purple button below the Butterfly Heart._____________ Check-in Mondays We catch up with each other on how we’re doing and have unstructured conversations. Topical ThursdaysJuly 23: By request, we’ll return to the subject of Black Lives Matterand other movements in culture. Following a deep, meaningful conversation about(…)

Free Online LGBTQI History Class Wednesday Will Feature Beverlee Laird from PFLAG and Positive Images

LGBTQI History: A Sonoma County Timeline 1960s – 1990s Next Wednesday, 7/22, 1:30 – 3pm we will be talking with  Beverlee Laird about PFLAG and her role in starting Positive Images. Both organizations provide support for LGBTQI youth and their families. We are online this summer via Zoom! Please contact me to enroll in this FREE class and receive a Zoom(…)

Occidental Center fo the Arts Events

Our art gallery will be open on Saturdays from Noon to 4 PM beginning July 18th with an exhibition of artwork by our members! And, although we anticipate limited in-person visitors, we will also be featuring each piece of art and its creator in our next virtual show!  We’re organizing a special drive-up take in for this(…)

What’s Happening at Marin’s LGBT Spahr Center

TIPS ON ESTABLISHING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS WHILE NAVIGATING THE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM(WITH COVID-19 IN THE MIX) Thursday July 16 12:30 to 2 pmon the Spahr Senior Discussion GroupFacilitators:Beth Reed, Retired Family Nurse PractitionerLolma Olson, Retired Patient/Family/Partner Advocate You can count on an informative presentation with examples on how to interact with providers/caregivers in healthcare & how to navigate the(…)

Sonoma County Bars, Museums to Close; No More Indoor Dining Until August 2

State public health officials on Sunday ordered Sonoma County bars without food service to close and put a halt to indoor dining service as well as visits to museums and entertainment centers, marking the latest and most significant regression for the county into pandemic prohibitions with the coronavirus resurgent in the community and deepening its(…)

Free Online LGBT History Class Wednesday

LGBTQI History: A Sonoma County Timeline 1960s – 1990s Next Wednesday, 7/15 we will be talking with Tiana Lee and other Lesbian Thespians about Tribad Productions, a most prolific Lesbian Theater company in SoCo during the 1990s! We are online this summer via Zoom! Please contact me to enroll in this FREE class and receive a Zoom invite: cdungan@santarosa.edu Hope to(…)

News from Marin’s LGBT Spahr Center

We would like to thank all of the members of the Marin County Board of Supervisors for two important and recent actions. On June 2, the Board approved a Resolution declaring June as LGBTQ+ Pride month, and restating their commitment to assuring policies and funding to address the needs of the community. The resolution called(…)