Ronnie’s Awesome List – June 2014


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SR_Pacifics_Logo(4c)-3-(1)Some of my favorite childhood memories include going to a baseball game with my dad. Every year, as Father’s Day approaches, I reminisce about the great times we had enjoying baseball together. Which is why I am really looking forward to recreating those memories with my daughter by taking her to see the San Rafael Pacifics play at Albert Field in San Rafael. Not only do I love the nostalgia and simplicity of today’s independent ballgames, they also remind me of those bonding times with my dad. Plus they’re an inexpensive and fun outing the whole family will enjoy.

While baseball is the main focal point, there are plenty of other games and activities going on around the ballpark. Some new additions include a speed pitch machine and healthier food options. Throughout the season, there are a lot of fun and exciting promotions, including former MLB player appearances, giveaways for both kids and adults, and awesome events.

1009042_502431026501252_511219406_oAnd, if your summer-born kid really enjoys baseball, the San Rafael Pacifics Ball Club offers a unique birthday experience. Party packages include food, birthday cake, party bags, a visit from Pacifics players and their lovable team mascot, Sir Francis the Drake. Top it off with a personalized PA announcement during the game and your child will have memories to last a lifetime. The most popular spot is right behind home plate where your kids can eat lunch while watching batting practice. Special added features include throwing out the first pitch or being a bat boy/girl for the game.

The San Rafael Pacifics season opens on Tuesday, June 3rd against the Sonoma Stompers and close the season on August 24th against the Pittsburg Mettle. Pacifics Stadium is located at Albert Park in San Rafael (B Street and Albert Lane.) For more information about tickets, The Rookie Club or birthday parties, please contact Jennifer Clark at jennifer @ pacificsbaseball.com or check out their website.

Don’t Forget – Kids Bowl Free All Summer Long! Country Club Bowl in San Rafael is Marin County’s place to bowl. To register your child for 2 free games of bowling daily visit the website each week to print the proper dated coupon – they only issue them weekly.

Sunday, June 1

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the Musical, 10:30am & 12:30pm, Lulu, Sam, and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Marin Theatre Company.

Marin Home and Garden Expo, 10am-5pm, Marin Civic Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael 507-1537, $6 to $10, free for 12 and younger.

South Pacific, 2pm, Mountain Play.

Children’s Program at Green Gulch, 10-11:30am, activities include crafts, seasonal projects on the farm and garden, yoga, and ritual.

Planetary Dance, sunrise ceremony 5:20am, main event 11am, “Remember the Children” is the theme of the 34th annual outdoor dance celebration with Marin choreographer Anna Halprin, including music, poetry and a healthy potluck lunch, Santos Meadow, Muir Woods Road, Muir Beach.

Family Adventure Sails, 10am-12:30pm, sail by famous San Francisco sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island, Adults $50/ Youth (ages 6-12) $25 / Children (under 6) free.

Summer Music Series, 2-4pm, Pickled Beats (Rock/Country/Dance), Town Center, Corte Madera.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Exploration Workshop: All About Show Boat, 11am-12pm or 12:30-1:30pm, ages 6+, Experience this classic of American musical theater in an interactive, multi-generational workshop based on the themes, story, characters and music of Show Boat, San Francisco Opera.

Grove on the Road, 11am-3pm, Instrument petting zoo with Magik*Magik Orchestra, art workshop, and more! 24th & Sanchez Streets, San Francisco.

Makey Makey Mash-Up, 11am, ages 6+, Turn everyday objects into interactive games, instruments and art using simple hardware and software concepts with Makey Makey technology, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Film: Disney’s Fantasia Live in Concert with the San Francisco Symphony, 4pm.

Movie of the Month, 1:30pm & 4pm, Peter Pan, The Disney Family Museum.

Open Studio, Color, Tone, and Mood, 1-4pm, Learn the techniques for effectively influencing the overall mood of a scene through color use and dark vs. light tones. Follow along through guided demonstrations to help you create your own color palette for various moods and emotions, The Walt Disney Museum.

Astonishing Animation: The Films of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, 1pm, From Up on Poppy Hill, Yerba Buena Arts Center.

Drop-In Art Making, 1-3pm, Miniature Furniture Design, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Zaide Makes Challah: Puppet Show with Jen Miriam Altma, 11:30am-12:15pm, Laugh uproariously as Zaide (grandfather) attempts to make challah for Shabbat. The only problem is . . . he doesn’t know how to cook very well, and he can’t see well enough to read the recipe, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, June 2

Clever Jackie Takes the Cake, 11am-12pm, first graders of Stinson School invite you to come enjoy their performance of Clever Jackie Takes The Cake, to help us kick off summer reading, Stinson Beach Library.

Summer Salistace, Treasure Island.

Tuesday, June 3

Henna Art Workshop, 7-8pm, Henna artist Rachel-Anne Palacios will explain the traditions of henna art and demonstrate techniques, Point Reyes Station Library Meeting Room.

Wednesday, June 4

Family Astronomy Night, 7:30pm, Join local astronomer Ken Frank who will talk about astronomy and the day and night sky. In conjunction with our Summer Reading Program, Fizz Boom Read! Belvedere-Tiburon Library.

4 Year Anniversary Party, 5-7pm, tapas, sangria and more, Whole Foods, Blithedale, Mill Valley.

Noon Concert Series, 12pm, free, Anne Rainwater, piano solo: Works include Haydn Sonata in E-Flat Major and Bach’s First, Keyboard Partita, Throckmorton Theatre, Mill Valley.

Grove on the Road, 5-7pm, Instrument petting zoo with Magik*Magik Orchestra, art workshop, and more! Joe DiMaggio Playground, Powell and Lombard, San Francisco.

Thursday, June 5

Native Garden Work Days, improve native pollinator habitat and create demonstration gardens the general public can replicate at home, Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary, Tiburon.

Friday, June 6

McNears Beach Block Party, 4-7pm, food, live music, swimming, paddleboards, and plenty of fun for the whole family. Free parking and pool use! McNears Beach Park, 201 Cantera Way, San Rafael.

Family Biking Workshop Series, 3:15-5pm, $10/family, learn to safely navigate the streets – with fun activities, including an optional group ride, contact Peggy Clark at or call 456-3469, 8#, Novato.

Kids’ Pajama Party with Bethanie Deeney Murguia, 6pm, Get cozy in front of the fireplace, listen to a story or two, have some milk and cookies and get your books signed, Diesel, a Bookstore, Larkspur.

Concert Under the Oak, 6-8pm, Pride & Joy (R&B/Soul), Northgate, San Rafael.

Jazz & Blues by the Bay, 6:30-8pm, Gabrielson Park, Sausalito. 

Red Panda Acrobats, 11-11:30am & 12:15-12:45pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Saturday, June 7

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the Musical, 10:30am & 12:30pm, Lulu, Sam, and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Marin Theatre Company.

Nature for Kids at Deer Island, 10am-1pm, follow the 2.3 mile loop trail around this “island” and look for all of the wildlife and late blooming flowers that thrive here. There should be plenty of butterflies and other interesting insects to see as well as lizards, birds, and gorgeous trees to shade us. Don’t forget to bring your lunch! Meet at the gate on Deer Island Ln in Novato.

National Trails Day – Mill Valley, 9am-12pm, clean up the Sausalito/Mill Valley Multiuse Pathway and Bothin Marsh Open Space Preserve, volunteers of all ages are encouraged to attend. Dress in layers and wear sturdy shoes. Snacks and water will be provided, Meet at the end of Sycamore Ave on the multiuse pathway in Mill Valley.

National Trails Day Pancake Breakfast, 9am-12pm, join us for a hearty pancake breakfast in the Tennessee Valley picnic area followed by a ranger-led hike to the beach. $10/Adult, $5/Children includes pancakes, sausage/vegan sausage, and a hot cup of coffee or orange juice, Tennessee Valley.

Family Hike at Roy’s Redwoods, 10am-12:30pm, Come with the whole family to enjoy the beautiful San Geronimo Valley.

Nike Missile Site Open House, 12:30-3pm, volunteers and Nike Veterans available to interpret each of the areas on the base.

Sea Chantey Sing Along Aboard Historic Ship, 8pm, sing-along of sea chanteys and sailor songs aboard a historic ship at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

MPOMC Garage Sale, 8am to 2pm, Top quality children’s clothes, toys, and equipment at garage sale prices! Marin Catholic High School Gymnasium, 675 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Kentfield.

Summer Sides That You Can Make, 9:30am, ages 8-12, Getting ready to grill? After this class, you’ll be ready to help mom and dad with creating delicious summer side dishes to go with bbq chicken, hamburgers and steak, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Tam Jam, 6pm, listen to some rockin’ music by 7 talented student bands from our own community. There will be plenty of music, food, and fun for the whole family, Tam Valley Community Center.

Ready Mill Valley Backyard Campout, check in is at 4pm, pitch your tent with other families, neighbors, and friends, enjoy an evening of campfire programming, family fun, and preparedness activities, Mill Valley Community Center.

Build a Riding LawnMower, 9am-12pm, Kids can build an organizer to store hair bands, race cars… or make a great gift for DAD! Home Depot.

South Pacific, 2pm, Mountain Play.

Animals on Parade, 11-11:30am, Join us for a special family storytime to celebrate our favorite animals! Kick off this Summer Reading in style with this special family event. For all ages, Novato Library.

Read to a Dog, 2-3pm, Corte Madera Library.

Family Explorers Bay Sail, 9:30am-12pm, $35 per person, Set sail for family adventure on the schooner Seaward. Navigate the bay, hoist sails, and learn a bit about bay ecology during this 2.5 hour experience filled with breathtaking views and one-of-a-kind memories. NatureBridge, Sausalito.

Beatles, Barbecue & Beverages, 3-6pm, sing-along and dining benefit the Marin Community Music School, $10 to $15, Fairfax Pavilion, 142 Bolinas Road.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

National Cemetery Walk, 10am-12pm, Hear about Medal of Honor recipients, a Union spy, an Indian scout, Buffalo Soldiers and others buried here. Dress warmly. This 1-mile walk has a steep uphill climb. Rain cancels. Meet docent Galen Dillman at the cemetery entrance gate, corner of Lincoln Blvd. and Sheridan Ave.

Family Fun Fitness, 2-4pm, learn how we can work out our bodies while playing fun games and exploring the Golden Gate National Parks. Wear comfortable exercise clothing you can move in and don’t mind getting dirty. Don’t forget your water bottles. All ages and fitness levels welcome. Meet at the Main Post Parade Ground in front of the Presidio Visitor Center on 105 Montgomery St.

Soy and Tofu Festival, 11am-5pm,  Japantown Peace Plaza and Post St.

Union Street Festival, 10am-6pm.

Andre Thierry & Zydeco Magic, 11-11:30am & 12:15-12:45pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Open Studio,Illustrating the Story, 1-4pm, Taking inspiration from the Little Golden Books of Mary Blair’s design, learn the skills to layout and balance text to illustration as a children’s book illustrator would. Apply these techniques to key moments of your own short story, The Walt Disney Museum.

Afternoon Art, 1pm and 4pm, Randall Museum.

Drop-In Science, 10:30, Randall Museum.

The Very Busy Spider Weaving Project, 10:30am-12:30pm, ages 3+, Weave your own spider web with fabric and string. Create a large-scale collaborative web to display at the museum and a small web to take home, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Drop-In Art Making, 1-3pm, Miniature Furniture Design, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Open Farm Day, 11am, tour will begin at 11am, but you are welcome to come any time and splash in the creek, picnic under the cottonwood trees, and spend the day here at the farm! For questions, please email hallie@fullbellyfarm.com, Full Belly Farm.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, June 8

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the Musical, 10:30am & 12:30pm, Lulu, Sam, and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Marin Theatre Company.

Talking Trees and Whispering Woods, 10:30-11:45am, ages 7-12, go on a nature scavenger hunt, write poetry, and create a take-home art piece, Muir Woods National Monument. 

Marine Science Sunday: Celebrating World Oceans Day: The Big, The Small, and The Weird, 10am-5pm, a FREE engaging ocean-inspired classroom series from our education experts, Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito.

Dipsea Race, 8:30am sharp! Mill Valley.

Strawberry Festival, 11:30am-4pm, free, Enjoy local musicians and food vendors, free carnival games, family races and more. Come play with the little fuzzy friends in the petting zoo, bounce in the jump house, climb the rock wall, hit the target on the dunk tank and enjoy a free swim at the SRD pool! Strawberry Recreation Center.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, 3pm, Marin Symphony orchestra performs the soundtrack live, Marin Civic Center, San Rafael.

World Oceans Day Celebration, 12-5pm, interactive, educational, fun that will be a blast for all ages. Come interact with activists all over the Bay Area as well as engage in fun water games, listen to a live band and jump in the ocean themed bounce house! To change the way people think of our oceans, we need to make  saving the seas fun! Tam High School Football Field.

South Pacific, 2pm, Mountain Play.

Summer Music Series, 2-4pm, Michael Bartel (Elvis Impersonator), Town Center, Corte Madera.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Western Weekend, parade starts at 12pm, celebrating the ranching roots of West Marin, with 4-H exhibits and homecoming queens, a real eclectic mix of the area, combining the cowboy with the local food and the local artists, Point Reyes Station.

Family Adventure Sails, 10am-12:30pm, sail by famous San Francisco sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island, Adults $50/ Youth (ages 6-12) $25 / Children (under 6) free.

Sunday Streets, 11am-4pm, Great Highway, San Francisco. 

Union Street Festival, 10am-6pm.

Haight-Ashbury Street Fair, 11am-5:30pm. 

Balloon Art, 10:30am-12:30pm, ages 3+, create a collaborative caterpillar mural inspired by Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” using balloons as our painting tools, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

JAMband Family Festival, 3-5pm, Beach Chalet, San Francisco.

Astonishing Animation: The Films of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, 3pm, From Up on Poppy Hill, Yerba Buena Arts Center.

Open Studio,Illustrating the Story, 1-4pm, Taking inspiration from the Little Golden Books of Mary Blair’s design, learn the skills to layout and balance text to illustration as a children’s book illustrator would. Apply these techniques to key moments of your own short story, The Walt Disney Museum.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, June 9

Storytime & Great Stuffed Animal Sleepover, 4pm, Stuffed animals are invited to a sleepover at the library. What will they do while they are here? Come in for storytime and to drop off your stuffed animal Monday June 10 at 4pm. Pick up is all day Tuesday June 11th. Belvedere-Tiburon Library.

Tuesday, June 10

Family Movie Night, 6-8pm, Come and join us at the South Novato Library for an evening of fun and entertainment for the whole family! For all ages.

Ice Age, The Meltdown, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

How to Draw Butterflies, Dragonflies, and the Insects of Summer, 10-11:30am, with John Muir Laws, a free hour and a half workshop, Bugs are fun and they are everywhere! Learn how to draw insects and spiders in quick field studies, Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary, Tiburon.

Little Tykes, 10am, 1pm or 3pm, Playground Design Challenge, Chabot Space & Science Museum.

Wednesday, June 11

Noon Concert Series, 12pm, free, Edgewood Trio  (Beni Shinohara, violin, Vicky Ehrlich, cello and Marlyn Thompson piano) Program includes Dvorak’s “Dumky” Trio, and works by Turina and De FallaThrockmorton Theatre, Mill Valley.

Thursday, June 12

Muir Woods After Hours, This is an easy, 2-mile walk on paved trails. Bring your flashlight and discover Muir Woods when the sun goes down. Children under 8 years not advised. Reservations required, 388-2596.

Ice Age, The Meltdown, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

Destani Wolf, 12:30-1:30pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Friday, June 13, Full Moon

Friday the 13th Not Afraid of the Dark Hike, 7:30-9pm, enjoy Old St Hilary’s at night! Join Ranger Felicity Hartnett to avoid the black cats, ladders, and other superstitions on this day for a pleasant short hike through Old St Hilary’s preserve. Dress in layers, wear sturdy shoes, and bring a flashlight, Meet at the gate at the end of Lyford Dr in Tiburon.

Film Night in the Park, 8pm, contact 272-2756, Fairfax.

Creekside Friday, 6:30-8pm, The Cabin, Tennessee Valley, Mill Valley.

Jazz & Blues by the Bay, 6:30-8pm, Gabrielson Park, Sausalito.

Venezuelan Music Project, 11am & 12:15pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Saturday, June 14, National Get Outdoors Day

MCM_FatherDayBBQ_WEB_2014The Country Mart Farmers’ Market, 11am-2pm, yummy BBQ and blue grass and folk music, fun kid’s activities too! Marin Country Mart Farmers’ Market, Larkspur.

Art in the Park, 10am-12pm, Bring the whole family out to scenic Stafford Lake Park to paint the oak studded grasslands of beautiful North Marin. Art supplies, smocks, and healthy snacks will be providedStafford Lake Park, 3549 Novato Blvd, Novato.

Father’s Day Weekend Fishing Derby, 9am-1pm,Join rangers for our fishing contest at Paradise Beach Park! Prizes will be awarded for the first fish, the biggest fish, and the heaviest fish! A limited number of fishing poles and bait will be provided first-come, first-served to beginners, thanks to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. A valid California fishing license is required when fishing from the shore, not from the pier. Paradise Beach Park, 3450 Paradise Drive, Tiburon.

Failure: A Love Story, 2pm, ages 8+, filled with Roald Dahl-like mirth, mischief and melancholy, enjoy dancing and musical numbers, puppets and and a whole lot more. The play does deal – in a Dahl sort of fashion – very tenderly, but very honestly with death, so parents be ready to answer those questions should they come up after the show, Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley.

Tiburon Classic Car Show

legoLego Experience, 10ama-2pm, join Playwell to dream it, build it, wreak it, repeat, Poppy Store , Marin County Mart, Larkspur.

Father Son BBQ, 6:30-9pm, Dads and sons will have a blast playing kickball and eating barbecue, games and activities, $20 per person, Corte Madera Rec Center.

Summer Reading Program: Paws to Read!! We’re delighted to be offering a wide variety of really fun, interactive summer programs! You’ll even get a free book, just for signing up.

Novato Festival of Art, Wine and Music, 10am-7pm, handcrafted art, regional vintage wines, award-winning micro brews, Americana and gourmet foods, and first-rate live music, the Festival is the good-time place to be, Grant Avenue between Redwood Boulevard and Seventh Street, Novato.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Fairfax Festival, 11am-6pm, parade starts at 10am.

Brian Scott – Magician! 11am, Come ready to be amazed by the magic of this talented and funny performer, Please rsvp to 927-5005, or email us at library@cityoflarkspur.org, Larkspur Library.

Carnival of the Animals, 1-2pm, take an amazing ride through 3 classic fairy tales told through music and marionettes. For all ages. Novato Library.

Carnival of the Animals, 3-4pm, take an amazing ride through 3 classic fairy tales told through music and marionettes. For all ages. South Novato Library.

Film Night, “Up”, 8pm, Contratti Ball Field, Fairfax.

Novato Art, Wine & Music Festival, 10am-6pm, Grant Ave between Redwood Hwy and Seventh Street, Novato.

TEEN Come in Character, 6th to 12 Graders, 1-3pm, Come dressed as your favorite character, fictional or not, living or dead. Games, prizes, healthy and unhealthy snacks. Prizes for teens who are the most believable and stay in character the longest. Space is Limited. Sign up Recommended. Novato Library.

The Art of the Descarga, 1pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Mountain Lake Science Saturdays, 2-3pm, Native Fish: Restoring the Three-spined Stickleback to Mountain Lake. Meet at the 14th Avenue Gate located near 1808 Wedemeyer Street.

Film Night in the Park, Ghostbusters, Dolores Park.

Chocolate Bank Robbery Scavenger Hunt, 12pm & 1pm, Tickets: Adults: $20, Kids <18: $10, or Families: $50, 14th Ave East Meadow Picnic Area, San Francisco.

Afternoon Art, 1pm and 4pm, Randall Museum.

Drop-In Science, 10:30, Randall Museum.

Switch It Up, 11am-12pm, Become a mixmaster of sound and switch it up on a turntable created by you. Learn about electricity using conductive materials, including you as an interactive wire! Create a fully-functional circuit on a piece of paper and design paper switches for making musical melodies. Then, connect your turntable to a MaKey MaKey and blend your beats on a DJ music mixing game, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Fathers Day Workshop, 11am-2pm, Create a crown for dad to wear on his special day! Stop by our Innovation Lab and design a one-of-a-kind gift that’s fit for a king., Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

North Beach Festival, 10am-6pm, Blessing of the Animals: The animal blessing at The National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi, Kids’ Chalk Art Area: Let your kids creativity shine in North Beach and buy a square and street chalk at our kids chalk art area on Vallejo St between Grant Ave & Columbus and more.

Little Open Studio, Storytime and Watercolor, 10am-12pm, How does light affect color? Artist Mary Blair used color and light to decide the design for it’s a small world, explore color and light using glow in the dark paint and other materials, The Walt Disney Museum.

Open Studio,Illustrating the Story, 1-4pm, ages 7 and under, Let’s explore the many wonders of color and water! Using the wonderful watercolors of Mary Blair as an inspiration, we will use stamps, brushes, and even fingers and toes to paint away the morning!, The Walt Disney Museum.

Northern California Pirate Festival, 10am-6pm, Vallejo.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, June 15

Sunday Special: Throckmorton Theatre Youth Showcase, 11-11:45am, musical numbers performed by Throckmorton Youth Performers and Little Throck from the 2013-14 season including Wizard of Oz, Footloose, Jesus Christ Superstar, Cinderella and Annie Kids, plus songs by a cappella group, Throckappella, Mill Valley Library.

Father’s Day Project, 10:30-11:30am, family-inspired project in Art Studio 10 and a special one-hour Father’s Day art activity in the Idea Spot, Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast, 9am, West Point Inn.

A Barkin’ Birthday, a small fee, docent-led tours will be offered at 11 am, 1 and 3 pm, free entrance, Free classes at 12 and 2 pm will focus on California sea lion adaptations, current patients, and their history at PIER 39.

South Pacific, 2pm, Mountain Play.

Fairfax Festival, 11am-6pm, parade starts at 10am.

Concerts-in-the-ParkFathers’ Day Concert. Bring Dad, Grandad and the whole family for a classic Motown, R&B and Soul afternoon with lots of dancing, Belvedere Park.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Summer Sunday Concerts, 5pm, Town Band (classical/big band), Piccolo Pavilion in Old Corte Madera Square.

Summer Music Series, 2-4pm, Z and The Benders (Jazz Dance Music), Town Center, Corte Madera.

Novato Festival of Art, Wine and Music, 10am-6pm, Grant Avenue between Redwood Boulevard and Seventh Street, Novato.

Family Adventure Sails, 10am-12:30pm, sail by famous San Francisco sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island, Adults $50/ Youth (ages 6-12) $25 / Children (under 6) free.

Native Contemporary Arts Festival, 12-3pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Celebration of Indiamusic, dance and fun family activities including performances, art activities, henna tattooing and a Bhangra flashmob dance, Asian Museum.

North Beach Festival, 10am-6pm, Blessing of the Animals: The animal blessing at The National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi, Kids’ Chalk Art Area: Let your kids creativity shine in North Beach and buy a square and street chalk at our kids chalk art area on Vallejo St between Grant Ave & Columbus and more.

Open Studio,Illustrating the Story, 1-4pm, Taking inspiration from the Little Golden Books of Mary Blair’s design, learn the skills to layout and balance text to illustration as a children’s book illustrator would. Apply these techniques to key moments of your own short story, The Walt Disney Museum.

Drop-In Art Making, 1-3pm, Miniature Furniture Design, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Collaborative Game Building, 11:30am, ages 6+, inspired by our exhibition To Build & Be Built, this  series of collaborative building games and challenges are led by local artists and architects, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Northern California Pirate Festival, 10am-6pm, Vallejo.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, June 16

Tuesday, June 17

The Muir Woods Canopy: BioBlitz Findings! 10am-12pm, As part of BioBlitz, a National Geographic event hosted in the park back in March, a team of researchers from Save the Redwoods League were able to climb into the canopy of Muir Woods and observe– the first time this has ever been done! Come to this presentation and hike to learn what they found!

Epic, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

TEEN Teen Movie Night, 6-8:30pm, Come to the Novato Library and enjoy a movie filled with LEGO goodness. Pizza, healthy and unhealthy snacks will be served. Novato Library.

Little Tykes, 10am, 1pm or 3pm, Shake, Rattle and Roll, Chabot Space & Science Museum.

Wednesday, June 18

Punch & Judy Show, 1-2pm, Prepare to laugh out loud as the Piccolo Puppet Players return to the Novato Library with their family-oriented puppet show is sure to have you giggling at the hilarious antics of Punch & Judy. For ages 3+ with caregivers.

Punch & Judy Show, 3:30-4:30pm, Prepare to laugh out loud as the Piccolo Puppet Players return to the Marin City Library with their family-oriented puppet show is sure to have you giggling at the hilarious antics of Punch & Judy. For ages 3+ with caregivers.

Share a Book with a Dog, 3pm, Belvedere-Tiburon Library.

Summer Movie Series, Dennis the Menace, 6pm, Join us at for Movies on the Green, Marin County Mart, Larkspur.

Noon Concert Series, 12pm, free, Throckmorton Theatre, Mill Valley.

Summer Fun Series, 12-2pm, Be a Bug, Make your own butterfly wings, create bug sunprints, and get your face painted like your favorite insect, Lawrence Hall of Science.

Thursday, June 19

Magician Brian Scott, 11am, performing tricks and treats and other mystic magic to amaze you, Belvedere-Tiburon Library.

Epic, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

Failure: A Love Story, 1pm, ages 8+, filled with Roald Dahl-like mirth, mischief and melancholy, enjoy dancing and musical numbers, puppets and and a whole lot more. The play does deal – in a Dahl sort of fashion – very tenderly, but very honestly with death, so parents be ready to answer those questions should they come up after the show, Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley.

Jenny Lind Concert, 12:30pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Conjunto Karabali, 6pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Friday, June 20

Circus Fun with Coventry and Kaluza, 3:30pm, the Instigators of Fun, will bring juggling, acrobatics and comedy to Larkspur Library. Please rsvp to 927-5005, or email us at library@cityoflarkspur.org, Larkspur Library.

Family Date Nights, 5-7:30pm, Caribbean Dance Party with Asheba, 5-7:30pm, Bring your dancing shoes for a Caribbean Dance Party with Asheba as we kick-off summer the right way with our Member Appreciation Night, Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Thingamajig Workshop, 4:30pm, ages 4+, make a musical instrument out of recycled materials – you very own Thingamajig, Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Wildcare, Feather, Fur and Scales, 2:30-3:30pm, visit our animal ambassadors and examine the similarities and differences between mammal, bird, and reptile groups, Stinson Beach Library.

Creekside Friday, 6:30-8pm, The Cabin, Tennessee Valley, Mill Valley.

Concert Under the Oak, 6-8pm, SF Music Club Event (World/ Reggae), Northgate, San Rafael.

Jazz & Blues by the Bay, 6:30-8pm, Gabrielson Park, Sausalito. 

TEEN Light up Duct Tape Wallets, Purselets or Cell Phone Holders, 2-4pm, 6th-12th graders, Space is limited. Signup required. Call 473-6058, Civic Center Library.

Unique Derique, 11am & 12:15pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Saturday, June 21, Solstice

Summer Solstice at Muir Beach, 6-8pm, Celebrate the longest day of the year at the continent’s edge, Muir Beach. Join us for storytelling and songs around a bonfire. Dress warmly and bring a mug for hot drinks. Free. Meet at Muir Beach. No reservations required.

Sunset Solstice Hike, 7:30-9pm, unwind as we end the longest day of the year in the beautiful Lucas Valley Preserve. Dress in layers, wear sturdy shoes, and bring water and snacks. Friendly dogs are welcome, but must be leashed. Big Rock trailhead in San Rafael.

Creekside Restoration with Save The Bay, 9am-12pm, learn about the history of San Francisco Bay and Creekside Marsh, and be a part of a community-based effort to enrich important habitat areas of Hal Brown Park! Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to attend! Pre-registration is required, Hal Brown Park, Bon Air Road, Greenbrae.

Meandering in China Camp’s Miwok Meadow, 10am-12:30pm, Start with a picturesque drive along San Pablo Bay until you get to the entrance gate of Miwok Meadows. We will be looking for signs of deer, listening for wild turkey calls, and signs of other wildlife in this pleasant walk around the meadow. Learn how the Miwoks hunted and gathered food and how they used plants and trees to their benefit.

kidswholovetocookimageKid’s Love to Cook! Hands On Cooking Demonstration, 10:30-11:30am, Direction Five is back with a cooking demonstration and tasting with hands-on participation appropriate for children of all ages, Marin Country Mart, Larkspur.

I ♥ Zoku, 9:30am, ages 5-12, If you love slushies, popsicles and ice cream, then you will love Zoku. Join us and learn how to make these tasty treats, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Hands-on Learning, The Physics of Toys, 2pm, ages 7+, Barnes & Noble, Corte Madera.

One Heart Music, 1-2pm, Join us for an afternoon of music with George Sellner and his guitar. One guy, one guitar, and lots of heart will make for a fun day of music for little ones! For ages 3+ with caregivers, Novato Library.

One Heart Music, 3-4pm, South Novato Library.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

San Anselmo Art & Wine Festival

Mexican Art FestivalSan Geronimo Valley Community Center, 6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Geronimo.

Pier Crabbing, 10am-12pm, We’ll discuss bait, equipment, and regulations, then try your luck with our nets. Fills quickly so call early. Reservations required; call 556-1693.

Natural Presidio Walk and Campfire, 4-6pm, explore the natural Presidio on this family friendly evening walk that starts at Rob Hill parking lot and ends with a fun campfire program. You’ll hear stories from many cultures about the longest day of the year. Meet at the Rob Hill Campground.

Market Days, 11am-3pm, free, open-air mini-festivals that bring together museum and community scientists, artists, and educators on third Saturdays from June to October. They feature curated art and science demos, hands-on activities, exhibits, and craft displays, Exploratorium.

Spending Time With Your Kids, 11:30am-12:30pm, Learn about developmentally appropriate interactions with mobile technology and your family. Discover ways in which you can effectively use an iPad to experience playing and learning together with your child, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the musical,  11am & 2pm, meet Lulu, Sam and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

San Francisco Free Folk Festival, Presidio Middle School (site map), 450 30th Ave, San Francisco (@ Geary)

Marcus Cohen & The Congress, 1pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Afternoon Art, 1pm and 4pm, Randall Museum.

Drop-In Science, 10:30, Randall Museum.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, June 22

San Anselmo Art & Wine Festival

Summer Sunday Concerts, 5pm, Steep Ravine (bluegrass), Piccolo Pavilion in Old Corte Madera Square.

Marine Science Sunday: Celebrating World Oceans Day: The Big, The Small, and The Weird, 10am-5pm, a FREE engaging ocean-inspired classroom series from our education experts, Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito.

Octopalooza, 11:30am-3pm, join naturalists from the Aquarium of the Bay to learn about the amazing cephalopod, find out what’s armed and what’s tentacled through hands-on activities and information on cephalopods and sustainable seafood and Interactive Squid Dissections at Noon, 1pm, and 2pm, Bay Model, Sausalito.

TEEN Teen Improv Workshop with Laura Derry, 1-3pm, 6-12th graders, a two hour improvisation workshop! Laugh and be spontaneous while learning some beginning improv activities and fun performance games Corte Madera Library.

Summer Music Series, 2-4pm, Jesse Lee Kincaid (Americana & Irish), Town Center, Corte Madera.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Dog Day on the Bay, Hornblower Cruises Champagne Brunch Cruise to benefit Puppy Dog Tales Reading Program.

Exploration Workshop: All About Show Boat, 11am-12pm or 12:30-1:30pm, ages 6+, Experience this classic of American musical theater in an interactive, multi-generational workshop based on the themes, story, characters and music of Show Boat, San Francisco Opera.

Smokey Robinson and Patti Austin, 2pm, free, Stern Grove.

San Francisco Free Folk Festival, Presidio Middle School (site map), 450 30th Ave, San Francisco (@ Geary)

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the musical,  11am & 2pm, meet Lulu, Sam and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Drop-In Art Making, 1-3pm, Fabric Design, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Rainbow Shadows: Celebrating Family with Shadow Puppets, 11:30am-12:15pm, In honor of SF Pride Month, join shadow puppeteer Daniel Barash for a performance and puppet-making workshop that celebrates family inall its diversity, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, June 23

Tuesday, June 24

Laugh-out-Loud Book Club, 4-5pm, grade 3-5, reading aloud the True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex. When 11 year-old Tip’s mother is abducted by aliens on Christmas Eve (or “Smekday” Eve since the Boov invasion), Tip hops in the family car and heads south to find her. Along the way, she meets an alien Boov mechanic who agrees to help her and save the planet from disaster, Mill Valley Library.

Wildcare, Feather, Fur and Scales, 10:30-11:30am, visit our animal ambassadors and examine the similarities and differences between mammal, bird, and reptile groups, Inverness Library.

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, 11am, ages 7+, Barnes & Noble, Corte Madera.

Family Movie Night, 6-8pm, Come and join us at the Novato Library for an evening of fun and entertainment for the whole family! For all ages.

The Croods, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

TEEN Henna Art Workshop, 1-2:30pm, 6-12th graders, Henna artist Rachel-Anne Palacios will explain the traditions of henna art and demonstrate techniques. Adult participants will have the opportunity to practice working with henna and receive a design by Rachel-Anne, Point Reyes Station Library Meeting Room.

Kids Day with Dholrhythms Dance Company, 11am-2pm, ages 4-13, learn the rhythms and music of Punjab, India though explosive, colorful workshops, Pre-registration is required, Stern Grove, 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, San Francisco.

Little Tykes, 10am, 1pm or 3pm, Electricity Design Challenge, Chabot Space & Science Museum.

Wednesday, June 25

Magician Dan Chan, 3:30-4:30pm, Why master one kind of magic when you can conquer them all? Few magicians today equal Dan Chan’s incredible range of performance. From sleight-of-hand tricks to circus stunts, from eye-popping juggling to the rare Chinese art of Bian Lian, Chan does it all, Mill Valley Library.

Magician Dan Chan, 1-2pm, San Anselmo Library.

Meet the Illustrator Alexandra Boiger, 3:30-4:30pm, Learn about the art of book illustration with renowned San Anselmo illustrator Alexandra Boiger. She is the illustrator of the award winning children’s books Poor Doreen: a Fishy Tale, Tallulah’s Toe Shoes, and the Mrs. Piggle Wiggle series, among many others, San Anselmo Library.

Doug Hofkins the Surfing Magician, 11am-12pm, he’s a fabulous magician, specializing in illusions and slight of hand, making objects float and then disappear, Corte Madera Library.

Doug Hofkins the Surfing Magician, 3:30-4:30pm, Marin City Library.

Kids Book Club – Knucklehead, 7-8pm, 4th and 5th graders, How did Jon Scieszka get so funny? He grew up as one of six brothers with Catholic school, lots of comic books, lazy summers at the lake with time to kill, babysitting misadventures, TV shows, and jokes told at family dinner, Corte Madera Library.

Creekside Q – Town Barbecue, 5:30-7:30pm, Music, games, food, fun, friends and family! Dinner provided by Insalata’s Restaurant, Contact the Recreation Department at 258-4640 to purchase tickets, Sir Francis Drake Blvd. at Center Blvd., San Anselmo.

Summer Movie Series, Charlotte’s Web, 6pm, Join us at for Movies on the Green, Marin County Mart, Larkspur.

Teen Book Club – The Fault in Our Stars, 7-8pm, grades 9-12, Space is limited – pre-registration is required. Call 924.6444, Corte Madera Library.

Noon Concert Series, 12pm, free, Katarina Lee (18) and Matthew Lee (15). Winners of the Marin Music Chest Competition. Program to include works by Bach, Chopin and LisztThrockmorton Theatre, Mill Valley.

TEEN Kick-Off Movie and Pizza Party, 6-9pm, Gather with your friends at the library for a special movie night with pizza and refreshments! Point Reyes Station Meeting Room.

TEEN Henna Art Workshop, 3-4:30pm, 6-12th graders, Henna artist Rachel-Anne Palacios will explain the traditions of henna art and demonstrate techniques. Adult participants will have the opportunity to practice working with henna and receive a design by Rachel-Anne, Marin City Library.

Comedy on the Plaza, 6:30pm, free to the public. May not be suitable for very young audiences, Mill Valley Square.

Kids Day with Dholrhythms Dance Company, 11am-2pm, ages 4-13, learn the rhythms and music of Punjab, India though explosive, colorful workshops, Pre-registration is required, Stern Grove, 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, San Francisco.

Summer Fun Series, 12-2pm, Be a Bug, Make your own butterfly wings, create bug sunprints, and get your face painted like your favorite insect, Lawrence Hall of Science.

Thursday, June 26

Little Pup Puppet Show with Caterpillar Puppets, 4pm, Fun for the whole family!  Reservations are requested. Please rsvp to 927-5005, or email us at library@cityoflarkspur.org Larkspur Library.

Nature for Kids at Indian Valley, 10am-1pm, start the day looking for bugs and lizards, and if we’re lucky we might even find young frogs or toads that are looking for a cool, moist place to hide for the summer. After that we’ll head into the forest which is also a good place to find wildlife. Don’t forget to bring your lunch! College of Marin Indian Valley Campus in Novato, parking lot 6 (1800 Ignacio Blvd).

Cosmic Creations, 2:30-4pm, grade 3-5, Discover the science behind the objects we see in the night sky in this out-of-this-world program. Enjoy stories about space, learn about the phases of the moon, and watch as we build a comet in the library, Advance sign-up required, Mill Valley Library.

Maker Air Force, 7-8:30pm, grade 6-8, Get hands on and learn how to build powered aerial vehicles – planes, helis, airships and more! Then take to the skies and pilot your aircraft all around the library airspace, Advance sign-up required, Mill Valley Library.

Family Movie Night, 6-8pm, Come and join us at the South Novato Library for an evening of fun and entertainment for the whole family! For all ages.

The Croods, Century Rowland Plaza, Novato, 10am, 10 shows for $5 or $1 per show.

MAGC Summer Concert Series, 5-7pm, Rowan Brothers, Ross.

Bells Atlas, 12:30pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Kids Day with Dholrhythms Dance Company, 11am-2pm, ages 4-13, learn the rhythms and music of Punjab, India though explosive, colorful workshops, Pre-registration is required, Stern Grove, 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, San Francisco.

1776 Campfire with Captain Anza, 6:30-8:30pm, The soldados who founded the Presidio camped as they made their way north from present-day Mexico. At this event, experience a re-enactment campsite, use period instruments to map their journey, and play music from the expedition. Guests can also help put up a tent with Captain Anza and enjoy s’mores by the fire, Rob Hill Campground (off Washington Boulevard).

Friday, June 27, New Moon

Friday’s on Main, 6-9pm, Circus Adventure, enjoy puppet shows, live music, jugglers and more, Tiburon.

Jazz Combo Charged Particles, 11 am, ages 5 & up, Join us for a family jazz concert featuring Latin, classical, and funk influences. The group will not only play for us, but will share info on how they play their instruments, and the art of jazz. Belvedere-Tiburon Library.

Family Films, 1pm, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Lark Theatre, Larkspur.

Magnetic Magic, 2:30-4pm, Join the Mad Scientist Team and investigate the powers and daily use of magnets. Test for electromagnetic fields and feel like a magician while using the magnets to levitate cool objects! Take home your own floating magnet set, Advance sign-up required, Mill Valley Library.

Family Game Night:Sunset Stroll and Campfires, 6-8:30pm, $12 per person, Celebrate your family bond with outdoor team building games that get everyone in on the action. Silly fun and loads of giggles are guaranteed as we play & hike the night away! NatureBridge, Sausalito.

Family Date Nights, 5-7:30pm, The Raytones combine a mix of pop, funk, and rock & roll with playful lyrics about cool things like hula hoops, Bay Area Discovery Museum.

Music in the Park Serieslive music, food, and fun for the whole family at Marinwood Park, San Rafael.

Jazz & Blues by the Bay, 6:30-8pm, Gabrielson Park, Sausalito. 

Pacheco Plaza Summer Music Series, 6-9pm, The Zydeco Flames, Novato.

Pasados del Presidio: San Francisco’s “Birthday”, 11am-12pm, In 1775-1776, 240 colonists – soldiers, men, women and children – traveled 1,800 miles from present-day Mexico to found the Presidio of San Francisco, bringing with them a new culture and a new era in California History. Descendants of the original founding families of the Juan Bautista de Anza Expedition return to the Presidio every June to recognize the amazing journey. Join them for this special commemoration, Pershing Square (near the Presidio Officers’ Club), Main Post.

Afternoon Fun for Kids, 12-3pm, Explore the stories of Early California and see history come to life. Enjoy music,dance, Ohlone storytelling, hands-on kids’ activities, living history, and Juanito the donkey. This year Ballet Folklórico Mexicano will offer dance workshops, Golden Gate Club, 135 Fisher Loop, Main Post.

Circus Bella, 12pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Saturday, June 28

Little Beats Music Performance, free, 12:00-12:45pm Super Shakers 1-3 years, 1:00-1:45pm Rockin’ Tots 3-5 years, Mill Valley Community Center.

Italian Street Painting Pop-Up Gallery, 10am-9pm, free, downtown San Rafael, along Fifth Avenue and A Street.

Talk to the Animals, 11am, Ventriloquist Tony Borders entertains ages 3 and up with his menagerie of funny, furry friends! Fairfax Library.

Giant Bubble Show! 11am, ages 3+, The fun, the science, the wonder of these delicate swirling creations is all part of this family show from Wild Child Bubbles. See just how big these bubbles can get! Civic Center Library.

Family Films, 1pm, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Lark Theatre, Larkspur.

Ice Cream in Minutes, 9:30am, ages 5-12, Want to learn how you can make ice cream in minutes? Join us and learn how!, Williams-Sonoma, The Village at Corte Madera.

Giant Bubble Show! 1-2pm, ages 3+, Novato Library.

Giant Bubble Show! 3-4pm, ages 3+, South Novato Library.

Junior Ranger Programs at China Camp State Park, 3:30pm – 4:30pm, ages 7-12 but all ages welcome, China Camp Village (in front of the museum), For more information call the China Camp Ranger Office 415-456-0766.

Failure: A Love Story, 2pm, ages 8+, filled with Roald Dahl-like mirth, mischief and melancholy, enjoy dancing and musical numbers, puppets and and a whole lot more. The play does deal – in a Dahl sort of fashion – very tenderly, but very honestly with death, so parents be ready to answer those questions should they come up after the show, Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley.

Henna Art Workshop, 1-2:30pm, Henna artist Rachel-Anne Palacios will explain the traditions of henna art and demonstrate techniques. Adult participants will have the opportunity to practice working with henna and receive a design by Rachel-Anne, Marin City Library.

Mt. Tam Star Party, 8:30pm, free, “Masks of the Cosmos” Humans have always wondered about the Cosmos and their own place in it. Different cultures have believed that they have discovered its true nature, but might these ideas just be anthropological ‘masks’ projected on the universe?  Dr. Wil van Breugel, UC Merced, Rock Springs parking lot, Mountain Theater, Mill Valley.

i scream Sandwich, 10:30am & 11:30am, meet the author and demo, Marin County Mart, Larkspur.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

San Francisco Pride Celebration

Circus Bella, 12pm & 2:15pm, free, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.

Afternoon Art, 1pm and 4pm, Randall Museum.

Drop-In Science, 10:30, Randall Museum.

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the musical,  11am & 2pm, meet Lulu, Sam and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Sunday, June 29

Italian Street Painting Pop-Up Gallery, 10am-6pm, free, downtown San Rafael, along Fifth Avenue and A Street.

Summer Sunday Concerts, 5pm, Curtis Bumpy (soul), Piccolo Pavilion in Old Corte Madera Square.

Summer Music Series, 2-4pm, Jesse Lee Kincaid (Americana & Irish), Town Center, Corte Madera.

Family Films, 1pm, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Lark Theatre, Larkspur.

Angel Island Live, 2-4:30pm, Cove Cantina, Angel Island.

Kids Stage with Dholrhythms Dance Company, presents an hour-long activity that take place prior to a Sunday concert at Stern Grove Festival, 19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard, San Francisco.

Allen Stone, 2pm, free, Stern Grove.

San Francisco Pride Celebration

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, the musical,  11am & 2pm, meet Lulu, Sam and their playground friends explore the power of imagination, Creativity Museum, San Francisco.

Drop-In Art Making, 1-3pm, Fabric Design, Contemporary Jewish Museum.

Children’s Fairyland, Oakland.

Monday, June 30

Stories and More: Marvelous Magic, 2:30-3:15pm, Natasha will share stories about music, musicians, and musical instruments followed by a live performance, Mill Valley Library.

Brian Scott – Magician! 1-2pm, Come ready to be amazed by the magic of this talented and funny performer, Dance Palace, Point Reyes.

Brian Scott – Magician! 3:30-4:30pm, Bolinas Community Center.

TEEN Kick-Off Movie and Pizza Party, 6-9pm, Gather with your friends at the library for a special movie night with pizza and refreshments! Stinson Beach Library.

Museum Monday for Little Ones, 10am-Noon, Schultz Museum

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