Events

Events are lining up for the Carter Jamboree 2017.

Create your own public or private event and send us the information and photo.  We’ll share everything with Jimmy to show him how much California, and people beyond, celebrate this great leader and visionary!

SIGN THE PETITION! Happy Birthday Jimmy Carter, a True Leader!

We’ll share this message with our leaders in Washington, D.C. the values “we, the people” appreciate!

EVENTS:

BOOKS!! October 1-8: Visit Copperfield’s Books in Novato, Book Passage in Corte Madera or College of Marin libraries for Carter-related books and materials displays.

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Sunday, October 1
Jimmy Carter’s Birthday

A big heart is being painted in the sky above the bridge! We value bridges, connections and love! It’s the final day of the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love festivities.  Join us for pictures. They’ll be used in our Marin video birthday card to Carter!
Time: 3:30-5 pm. Skywriting/photo is expected at 4:15.
Place: Tiburon’s Shoreline Park, near Elephant Rock Fishing Pier.

 

 

Sunday, October 1,  9pm
Screen Shot 2017-08-25 at 8.49.34 AMMarin Artist Showcase celebrates Jimmy Carter’s accomplishments during and after his presidency. Marin Artist Showcase has been airing since 1976 supporting musicians and artists!

 

Monday, October 2,  7-9:30pm
Screen Shot 2017-08-25 at 8.47.32 AMThe film A Road Not Taken follows the story of Carter’s installing solar panels on the White House and implementing clean energy and environmental protections. The screening will be followed by Q&A with the Swiss filmmakers, Christina Hemauer and Roman Keller, and Ocean Conservation Research E.D. Michael Stocker. $10, plus handling fee. Doors open at 6pm. Come early and make a video greeting for Carter!
Tickets available on line. 

Tuesday, October 3, 7pm
People’s Environmental News
hosts Charlie Siler and Barbara McVeigh talk solar energy and how California is taking lead in renewable energy! Hosts will talk about Carter’s vision in the 1970s when he said about the solar panels on The White House: ““A generation from now, this solar heater can be . . . an example of a road not taken, or it can be just a small part of one of the greatest and most exciting adventures ever undertaken by the American people – harnessing the power of the sun to enrich our lives as we move away from our crippling dependence on foreign oil.” Stay tuned for more details. Community Media Center of Marin: Channel 26 or worldwide.

Wednesday, October 4, 12pm
Thank you, Jimmy Carter from Take Back! Radio.
A special live radio show, hosted by Barbara McVeigh, will broadcast from Dominican University of California will be dedicated to Jimmy Carter. It airs on 102.3 FM San Rafael or radio.dominican.edu worldwide. This show will also give special thanks to the 1980 Olympians who sacrificed their career in the name of peace. We remember and we will honor them! A party for university students will follow the show, complete with music CD gifts for students from the Marin musicians who have been guests on Take Back! this season.

th-1Wednesday, October 4, 7 – 8:30pm  
A Tribute for President Jimmy Carter will be held at the Community Media Center of Marin Monthly Mixer at 819 A Street in San Rafael. Filmmakers Christina Hemauer and Roman Keller of A Road Not Taken will join us. Mix and mingle following a discussion.  And there will be a Jimmy Birthday Cake! Space is limited. RSVP at marinartists@hotmail.com.

Thursday, October 5, 2 – 3pm

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Student DJ Green Machine of Dominican University of California talks about Jimmy Carter’s administration and environmental vision of the 1970s!

102.3 FM San Rafael or radio.dominican.edu

 

 

Saturday, October 7, 6am -12pm
Cafe Roastery, Fairfax, CA
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Steve Wolf and Mason Halcomb sing “Freedom” and more at their dedicated Saturday morning hangout with the locals and visitors. Join them for coffee and pastries be inspired by their words and music. The morning show will be dedicated to President Jimmy Carter and his work for peace, human rights and freedom.