On Wednesday, May 10th, members of our Leadership Circle joined us for our annual Spring Leadership Luncheon, hosted at the Caroline Livermore Pavilion. Julianne Polanco, the State Historic Preservation Officer, reappointed by Governor Gavin Newsom in March, spoke to the group about the importance of the preservation of historic places in our communities. She said about the Center, “the stewardship and work done by those before us, by those supporting it today, continues the mission as part of a rare continuum of connecting the present to future generations.”
The Marin Art and Garden Center is a nonprofit organization receiving no government or city funding, depending entirely on individual support. For this critical reason, the Leadership Circle was established to acknowledge Marin Art and Garden Center’s most loyal and generous supporters who give $1,000 or more annually.
Participation in the Leadership Circle offers opportunities for deeper involvement with the Center, including invitations to exclusive programs and events, and being the first-to-know about new strategic initiatives for the garden, art and music presentations, and the Garden School.