Home » **Annual Event**, Art & Museums, Memorial Day, Memorial Weekend, North Bay

Point Reyes Open Studios: Memorial Day Weekend | North Bay

Monday, May 27, 2019 - All Day | Cost: FREE
All Over Point Reyes | Point Reyes Station, CA

Point Reyes Open Studios: Memorial Day Weekend | North Bay

The epic and oh so very relaxed coastal beauty of Point Reyes—located 35 miles north of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge—reveals yet another dimension to be appreciated when the ceramicists, photographers, sculptors, painters, printmakers, and other local artists who live and work there open their studio doors for Memorial Day Weekend.

Point Reyes Open Studios
May 25, 26 and 27, 2019 | 11 am to 5 pm
All over Point Reyes and Inverness

Visitors will be able to meet the artists, see new original work and explore the studios and workshops where the art is created. Several artists plan demonstrations of their complex craft techniques, and at least one studio will allow visitors to pull their own keepsake prints.

The free, self-guided tour of Point Reyes Open Studios enables visitors the opportunity to explore the many charming neighborhoods of this sparsely settled region, from the forested lanes of
Inverness Ridge to the grassy hills around Tomales Bay.

Hand-built studios, gardens and sweeping views grace many of the venues. Visitors can pick up a free brochure/map at Point Reyes Books, The Station House Café and many other local shops and inns.

Artists Include: (See Full Artist List)

  • Joyce Laws
  • Molly Prier
  • Mark Ropers
  • Stanley Siddle
  • Elizabeth Fenwick
  • Bruce Mitchell
  • Shari Milner
  • Jack Soman
  • Gary Smith
  • Richard Blair
  • Kathleen Goodwin
  • Tom Killion
  • Lina Jane Prairie
  • Kim Ford Kitz
  • Shelley Rugg
  • Laurie Curtis
  • Carolyn Means
  • Ernesto Sanchez
  • Alyce Gottesman
  • Kathy Hunting
  • Sally Fairfax
  • Sue Gonzalez

Free / Learn More

Cost: FREE
Categories: **Annual Event**, Art & Museums, Memorial Day, Memorial Weekend, North Bay
Address: Point Reyes Station, CA

Monday, May 27, 2019

9:30 am   151st Anniversary Memorial Day Commemoration & Parade | Presidio  FREE
All Day   SF City Guides Memorial Day 2019 | 10 Free Guided Walking Tours  FREE*
*Free, but donations are accepted. Some tours may be limited in size.
All Day   Downtown Concord Bay Area KidFest | 2019  $6*
*Admission is $6 per person with the donation of a can of food to the Food Bank. Or $7 without a can donation. Babies under 24 months and Seniors 65+ are FREE.
10:00 am   2019 Memorial Day Commemoration & Tour | Oakland  FREE
10:00 am   2019 Memorial Day Parade, Carnival & Music Fest | Hillsborough  FREE
11:00 am   23rd Annual Memorial Day Service | Colma Cemetery  FREE
All Day   San Ramon Art, Wind & Kite Festival | 2019  FREE
All Day   Point Reyes Open Studios: Memorial Day Weekend | North Bay  FREE
1:00 pm   2019 Memorial Day Celebration Live Music & Free BBQ | San Anselmo  FREE*
*Free food and music, but bring cash for the bar. All vets get their first drink free with military ID.
3:00 pm   24th Annual Sh*t-Kickin’ Memorial Day Party: Outdoor Twang Fest & BBQ | El Rio  $10
4:20 pm   Live at Lagunitas: 2019 Kick-Off Concert “The War & Treaty” | Petaluma  FREE*
*Free but RSVP is required.
6:00 pm   Free Queer Bowling Night | Mission Dist.  FREE*
*RSVP for a chance to win 1 hour of bowling & shoe rental for you + 5 friends (compliments of Mission Bowling Club)
6:00 pm   Silent Book Club: Book Lovers’ Monthly Reading | San Jose  FREE*
*Free, but an RSVP is required.
8:00 pm   Free Standup Comedy Night & Pop Up Food | Oakland  FREE*
*Free, but sliding scale donations are requested.
8:00 pm   Monday Night Comedy w/ Free Cake | Blondies  FREE
8:00 pm   North Beach Comedy Night | SF  FREE*
*Free with RSVP $10 at the door otherwise
8:00 pm   Crowd Control: SF Comedy Variety Show | SoMa  FREE*
*Free with RSVP
8:30 pm   Beef Curtains: Game Night & Free Comedy Showcase | Milk Bar  FREE*
*Tips collected towards the end of the show.
8:30 pm   Laughgasm: Monday Comedy at the Rite Spot | SF  FREE
< Sunday, May 26 Tuesday, May 28 >

Facebook comments: