Lunar New YeaR
$150 gift card for Real Restaurant Group and a bundle of 5 classes at Mighty Pilates Marin
Annual Family Membership to the San Francisco Zoo, $50 gift card for Five Little Monkeys Toys & Gifts, and various children's books donated by Copperfield Books.
Two-night stay at an Airbnb in Dillon Beach, accommodating up to 8 guests.
A gift card for one dozen Susie Cakes cupcakes, along with five tickets to the Bay Area Discovery Museum and Equator Coffees with a mug.
$200 gift card for Bungalow Kitchen Tiburon and a case of wine from Lucid Winery
Four tickets to the Walt Disney Museum, an Annual Family Membership to the San Francisco Zoo and various children's books donated by Copperfield books.
A $100 gift card for Rotunda, an Orrefors vase with a pair of wine glasses, and a $175 gift card to International Orange Spa.
One semester of music classes at In Harmony Music along with five tickets to the Bay Area Discovery Museum and various children's books donated by Copperfield books.
$150 Gift voucher for Playa, signed photo of SF Giants Thairo Estrada
Prize 12 and Grand Prize!
Two signed frame prints from Local Artist Kai Talstra
How to participate in the Raffle
You can buy raffle tickets conveniently at the designated booths during the event. Look out for one during check-in and another in the marketplace. Be sure to check out these booths while you're at the event!
Supporting Terra Marin
When you take part in our raffle, you're not just entering for a chance to win amazing prizes – you're also contributing to the future of Terra Schools. All proceeds from the raffle will directly benefit the school.
About Local Artist Kai Talstra:
“I am a self taught artist who uses acrylic paint and canvas to create colorful and unique work. My journey with painting started with a broken identity. I have moved around my whole youth and consider myself Japanese and a little American also now. The move from Japan to the US made me really think of identity and where I belong. I started painting to make my own identity and see which depictions made me feel the most comfortable. In some paintings, Japanese or American influences may over power the other and make me uncomfortable. My ongoing goal as an artist is to depict a perfect balance and an identity I can hold pride in. My paintings are also inspired by other self taught artists and tattoo artists as well.”