Friday, March 4, 2011

From Larkin Street to Kehoe Beach

It was a dream of a day come true. 

Thanks to help from Intersection for the Arts and the caring and committed staff at Larkin Street Youth Sevices, a group of 19 of us made the trek to Kehoe Beach in the Point Reyes National Seashore. We were blessed with a stunningly beautiful day- no wind and warm. Yes, everyone did find plastic.

We wanted the Larkin Youth  to go to the source - where the plastic that was used in our SFMOMA Natoma Street windows came from.

Several of the youth had never been to such a “wild” place. On the drive that took us through the rolling dairy land of West Marin, one youth exclaimed that he had never been so close to a cow before!

1 comment:

  1. Totally awesome as usual. Always great when you can let others see and help in ways they haven't before.