invites you to

The Awakened Action Dinner

to benefit

Please join us to celebrate sustainable activism with an evening of exquisite, organic vegetarian and vegan delights, autumn garden splendor, inspirational speakers, and a short film.


Saturday, October 1, 2011
Hillside Gardens, Mill Valley
5:00 - 8:00 pm
Tickets: $75-125


Master of Ceremonies
Greg Brockbank, San Rafael City Council

Live Music

Film short by: Eve Goldberg




Damon Connolly, Maite Duran, Patty Garbarino, Dr. Marion Guyer,
Peggy Hilden, Sita Khufu, Carolyn Lenert, Sanjen Miedzinski, Debra McKnight Higgins, Shawn Marshall, Carol Misseldine, Stephanie Moulton-Peters, Maureen Parton

Reservations required. To purchase your ticket, click here. or send your check to:
Green Sangha
PO Box 20261, Oakland CA 94620

If you are unable to attend and would like to support the work of Green Sangha,



Shuttle and driving directions

Parking at Hillside Gardens is prohibited. Guests will be transported from the Mill Valley Middle School Parking Lot at 425 Sycamore Avenue to Hillside Gardens by shuttle beginning at 4:45pm.

From Highway 101:
Exit at East Blithedale.
Head west at end of ramp onto East Blithedale (Left turn if coming from SF, Right turn if coming from San Rafael/East Bay).
Take East Blithedale to the 2nd light at Camino Alto.
Turn Left on Camino Alto. Proceed to first light.
Turn Left on Sycamore Avenue. The Middle School is on the left. The parking lot is at the rear. If necessary, there is additional parking across the street.

Please dress warmly and wear low, comfortable shoes. The event will be outside.



About Green Sangha

Green Sangha is an environmental action organization founded by Fairfax teacher and psychotherapist Jonathan Gustin in 2000. Our mission is to restore our sense of oneness, healing our communities and the earth through mindful practice and awakened action.

Green Sangha provides practical, hands-on solutions to global issues through education, civic advocacy, and the promotion of sustainable lifestyle choices starting from within. We are local, grassroots, and making a difference in our communities. Our actions include: the Garden Wheel; habitat restoration and tree planting at Green Gulch Farm in Muir Beach; the Green Schoolyard program at Davidson Middle School; the Low Carbon Diet in Berkeley and Santa Rosa; the Rethinking Plastics campaign, which has reduced plastic waste by over 30 tons; Solar Cooking in Redwood City; and the Teen Environmental Leadership Academy, a hands-on

exploration of nature in Marin County for children from low-income neighborhoods.

We rely on the support of friends like you who share our commitment to healthy communities and a sustainable future for our children. All proceeds will directly support our programs of awakened activism and are tax deductible.

For more information:

Savory Thymes

Green Sangha