Sunday, September 16

5:30-8 p.m.

Healing Our World: A Deeper Look at Food
a presentation by Will Tuttle, PhD

Join us as we welcome Internationally Acclaimed Author of The World Peace Diet, Will Tuttle. The World Peace Diet, now translated and published worldwide in 16 languages, connects many dots–culturally, historically, nutritionally, ecologically, psychologically, and spiritually–to reveal how our routine exploitation of animals for food and other products boomerangs in countless ways, affecting both our outer world and the inner landscape of our daily experience. A more conscious way of living is beckoning, and the World Peace Diet approach blends mindfulness with kindness and respect for each other and all expressions of life, creating a practical foundation for harmony and freedom for ourselves and our world.

$25.00 at the door includes delicious plant-based, gluten-free dinner (beverages extra)

RSVP REQUIRED. Just clicking "going" on this event is not sufficient. Please RSVP by 9/9/18: or (707) 280-5956

This event is co-sponsored by Gaia's Garden and Compassionate Living.
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Wednesday, September 5

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Judith Lerner: Handpans

Ethereal, lovely sounds

In addition to providing delicious, healthy food, we are a culturally-rich venue for music, art, literature and community events. Unless otherwise noted, there are no cover or admission charges, and we hope that you will tip the performers generously. In order to bring you these wonderful experiences, we must insist upon a $5 minimum purchase per person. (Reservations for evening events are taken for dinner guests only. )

Note to parents: The intimacy of our space makes it a wonderful place to bring children and introduce them to the thrill of live music (and to teach them proper audience behavior)!  

Tuesdays are always quiet - a night for conversation, or scrabble with a friend, or the Very Veggie Book Club.

Thursday, September 6

6:30 p.m.

Haute Flash Quartet

Gypsy jazz and swing!