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Rock the Ages, Bluegrass Band Highlight The Redwoods' CrabFest on March 29

Senior community's 10th annual fundraiser features Belle Monroe and the Brew Glass Boys and all-you-can-eat fresh Dungeness crab, all to benefit the Redwoods' transportation service that allows residents shop, dine and enjoy cultural events.

Throckmorton Theatre founder Lucy Mercer knew that her decision to create a free weekly concert series as part of her venue's anniversary celebration was a good idea when she saw a busload of residents from the Redwoods arriving one Wednesday afternoon.

Having Redwoods' residents show up in droves for an event isn't a complete anomaly, however, as the senior community's transportation service allows residents to shop, dine, volunteer, keep appointments, and enjoy cultural events seven days a week. 

The Redwoods’ 10th Annual CrabFest Fundraiser – the major fundraiser for that transportation service – is set for Saturday, March 29 at the Mill Valley Community Center. A reception and no-host bar starts at 5 p.m. followed by one dinner seating at 6 p.m. that includes all-you-can-eat fresh Dungeness crab, green salad, pasta, bread and dessert. Dinner tickets for residents are $50 and non-resident tickets are $75.

For the full story on the Redwoods' 10th Annual Crabfest event, click here to visit the Enjoy Mill Valley blog.

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