Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019
Marin History Museum invites you to their Speaker Series: The History of Guide Dogs for the Blind with Robert Falla! Join Robert Falla for a talk about Guide Dogs for the Blind’s history in San Rafael. Since its San Rafael groundbreaking in 1946, Guide Dogs for the Blind has seen the area around its campus change from rural ranch land to prosperous suburb. Meanwhile, Guide Dogs for the Blind has become a leader in the service dog training community and the largest guide dog school in North America. The community and the city of San Rafael has played a huge part in the organization’s growth, and with its sustained support of their mission, Guide Dogs for the Blind will continue to empower lives by creating exceptional partnerships among people, dogs, and communities.
- $10 suggested donation
- Free entry for Elks with ID card
Please RSVP: email@example.com or call 415-382-1182
Additional Location or Other Information
Speaker Series: The History of Guide Dogs for the Blind will be held at The San Rafael Elks Lodge located at 1312 Mission Ave at C Street in San Rafael, look for hidden a driveway, parking is in the rear of mansion. Follow one-way signs.