San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Broader access to fresh, healthy food and the role of the agricultural community in food supply chains have become important policy issues in the U.S. today. California's agricultural businesses and progressive companies like Whole Foods Market are working hard to find solutions to these concerns as well as dealing with other important issues at the intersection of food, agriculture and society. Please join Whole Foods Co-CEO Walter Robb and Sierra Orchards Founder Craig McNamara for Marin Conversations' discussion of these critical issues.
The Commonwealth Club and the Marin Community Foundation present Marin Conversations, a monthly conversation between Marin personalities and subject matter experts on important social issues. Marin Conversations take place on the first Wednesday of the month (except May 14, 2014) at the historic Outdoor Art Club, One West Blithedale Avenue (corner of Throckmorton) in downtown Mill Valley.
Light dinner fare and cash bar is available until 7:45 p.m. The program runs from 7:45–9 p.m. Attendees are also welcome to a 10 percent discount at Piazza D'Angelo on the evening of the program. Please email any questions to email@example.com.
All tickets must be purchased by noon the day of the program. Tickets not available at the door.
Directions to our main San Francisco Office
Below are directions to our main San Francisco office at 595 Market St., where most Club events are held. Or use Google Maps for custom directions. Scroll down for directions to our Silicon Valley office.
Via BART Take BART to the Montgomery Street station. Take the 2nd Street exit. The Commonwealth Club office is at 595 Market St., at the corner of 2nd and Market streets (there is a Chase Bank and a Peet's Coffee on the first floor of our building). For schedule information, visit BART online.
Via Muni The Commonwealth Club is easily accessible by Muni and can be directly reached by Lines F, 5, 6, 7, 9, 21, 31, 38, 66, 71, which stop at the corner of 2nd and Market streets. Many additional Muni lines stop nearby and are within easy walking distance: visit Muni online or call 817-1717 (415, 510 and 511 area codes) for route and schedule information.
Driving from East Bay Take the Fremont Street exit from the Bay Bridge. Continue for two blocks and make a left onto Mission Street. Turn right on 2nd Street and then right again on Stevenson to park in one of the three parking garages listed below, or continue on Mission toward the Mission & 5th Street Garage. The Commonwealth Club office is at 595 Market St., at the corner of 2nd and Market Streets, one block north of Mission Street.
Driving from South Bay Take the Fourth Street exit off of Highway 101 or 280. Continue straight off of exit onto Bryant Street (from 101) or King Street (from 280) for two blocks. Turn left onto Second Street, past Mission, and then turn right on Stevenson to park in one of the three parking garages listed below, or continue on Mission toward the Mission & 5th Street Garage. The Commonwealth Club office is at 595 Market St., at the corner of 2nd and Market Streets, one block north of Mission Street.
Driving from North Bay From Golden Gate Bridge, take Marina Boulevard to Bay Street. Turn left on Bay Street and continue to Embarcadero. Turn right on Embarcadero and continue to Mission Street. Turn right on Mission Street, right on 2nd Street and right on Stevenson to park in one of the three parking garages listed below, or continue on Mission toward the Mission & 5th Street Garage. The Commonwealth Club office is at 595 Market St., at the corner of 2nd and Market streets, one block north of Mission Street.
If you have any questions about this event, please email Rahel Crowley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you purchased a member ticket, your ticket is not transferrable. If you purchased a non-member ticket, you may give it to whomever you please.
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