Between attending weddings and walking her dog, event planner Catherine Kuene visits the Marin Art and Garden Center three or four times a week. She assumed she knew almost everything about the 11-acre toll-free park. What she didn’t know was that it is now the first site in the city of Ross to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
“If it stays that way, all the better because it would be a shame if it went away,” Kugne said during her Sunday morning ritual with her shaggy dog, Bailey. “You should have a plaque.”