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Sunday: Celebrating anniversary of Committee for Green Foothills

The Committee for Green Foothills is inviting the public to help celebrate its 50th anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 23, with an afternoon gathering at Runnymede Farm at 980 Runnymede Road in Woodside.

Rarely open to the public, this 100-acre farm has an extensive collection of sculptures by noteworthy artists such as ceramicist Jun Kaneko and sculptors Viola Frey and Andy Goldsworthy.

The four-hour celebration begins at 2:30 p.m. and includes "scrumptious food" and remarks by American West scholar and author Jon Christensen and author Lynn Stegner.

Space is limited and individual tickets begin at $125.

Click here for more information.

Dave Boyce

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