SHORT NOTICE: Presentation by Author Mary Thompson

Reservations due today February 13th

Join author Mary Reynolds Thompson for Dinner and a Talk and Slideshow this Thursday, February 15th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at Grace Lutheran Church located at 3201 Ulloa St. at 33rd Avenue. The topic will be the wildlife of Marin County as experienced through the lens of photographer and ex-convict, Don Moseman, and the words of Mary Reynolds Thompson. Mary will also share their inspiring stories of recovery, grounded in connection to the natural world.

Mary Reynolds Thompson is an award-winning author and eco-coach who teaches and speaks around the world on how nature holds the key to our wilder, wiser, and most creative selves.  She is an instructor for TreeSisters, an environmental non-profit, and is core faculty for the Therapeutic Writing Institute. Her books are Embrace Your Inner Wild52 Reflections for an Eco-Centric World and Reclaiming the Wild Soul: How Earth’s Landscapes Return Us to Wholeness.

We hope you will join us for Mary’s introduction to the wild nature of Marin, and at the same time enjoy our chef Ron’s special grilled salmon dinner.

  • Schedule: Social hour 6:00 pm, dinner 7:00 pm, program starts at 8:00 pm.
  • Location: Grace Lutheran Church, 3201 Ulloa  St. at 33rd Ave.
  • Directions: Take Muni L to 32nd Ave., walk one block to 33rd, turn left on Ulloa for 1 block.  Street parking available.

To reserve your space, send a check for $22 made out to “Sierra Club, S.F. Bay Chapter,” to Gerry Souzis at: 1801 California St., #405, San Francisco, CA 94109. Reservations must be received by Tuesday, February 13, 2018, so call Gerry Souzis and ask how to register late immediately.

Please indicate the program date, number of guests, and your phone number.  All are welcome. Bring your own wine or soft drinks.  Glasses and ice are available.  Let us know if you are a vegetarian.  For questions, contact Gerry between 4 and 9 pm (no morning calls please) at (415) 474-4440 or:

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