WERKSTATT Pop-Up

Local artist and goldsmith Lilia Chandran brings her WERKSTATT pop-up back to The Shop at Marin Art and Garden Center for a four-week run.

Browse original works of art, locally-produced handcrafts, jewelry, and décor in the upper level of The Shop, to the accompaniment of Lilia’s own curated soundtrack featuring musical artists from Marin and beyond.

The Shop is stocked with new spring merchandise to breathe life into your home, with an expanded selection of books, puzzles, jewelry, home goods, vintage finds, and original art. Many of the unique items are from local makers and small businesses. Shop local and support the Marin Art & Garden Center.

Join us on Saturday, April 2 for live events!

                                   

 

 

 

 

 

Gisela Bengfort, author of the children’s book “Wolfy’s Adventure,” will give a reading from 2 to 3 pm, followed by a live performance from Wyld Iris from 3 to 4 pm. 

Date

Apr 02 2022
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Time

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Questions? email info@maringarden.org or call 415-455-5260

Location

The Shop
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross CA 94957

Speakers

  • Wyld Iris
    Wyld Iris
  • Gisela Bengfort
    Gisela Bengfort

    Mill Valley based author, Gisela Bengfort, a mother and nana who loves all animals and the outdoors, has completed her first chapter book “Wolfy’s Adventure”: a delightful adventure that talks about Wolfy as she ventures through the outdoors and meets enemies and friends that will challenge her courage and decision-making skills.

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Thank you for your interest in giving to the Marin Art & Garden Center events from your Donor Advised Fund (DAF) or Family Foundation.

We sincerely appreciate your generosity and support!

To ensure your gift follows the current IRS guidelines for DAF/Family Foundation support of an event, we would like to share the below guidelines with you.

  • Raffle tickets, tickets to galas and other special events, auction items, and benefits conferred in connection with a DAF/foundation grant are not permitted.
    • IRS has specifically ruled that fair market value associated with fundraising events cannot be separated, a practice known as “bifurcation.”
      • For example, with Edible Garden, if the price of the ticket is $200 and the FMV fair market value (non-tax-deductible amount) is designated to be $50, the donor must pay from sources other than her DAF/foundation for the full value of the ticket ($200) and not just for the non-tax-deductible amount ($50).
    • We recommend you confer with your financial advisor to confirm if any of these examples of how donors may still use their DAF to support an event would work for you:
      • A donor could sponsor the event, and not attend, and pay fully out of the DAF/foundation.
      • A donor could sponsor the event using DAF/foundation funds and attend by purchasing an individual ticket through non-DAF/foundation funds.
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        • As an example, a $1,500 sponsor that covers 2 guests, could pay for their sponsorship with $400 from a different source of funds, and then give an additional gift of $1,100 out of their DAF.

 

Please email Tod Thorpe, Director of Development at tod.thorpe@maringarden.org to discuss your gift to Marin Art and Garden Center