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Due to the forecast of heavy storms this weekend, Ice Skating on Main and the Tree Lighting Ceremony scheduled for Friday, November 30, are cancelled. These events will be rescheduled, and we will let you know the new dates as soon as possible. If you made reservations for Ice Skating, please call the Tiburon Chamber of Commerce for a refund or to RSVP for the new date.
The good news is that the Gingerbread House Decorating will still take place on Friday, November 30 -rain or shine - for the delight of kids young and old.
WHERE: Sam’s Anchor Cafe, 27 Main Street, Tiburon
WHEN: Friday, November 30 at 4:30pm, 5:30pm, & 6:30pm
PRICE: $35 per house
A limited number of places are still available. All proceeds from this event benefit Kids Believe Achieve, a non-profit created by local children with the mission of fundraising for kid-focused non-profit organizations. Please contact the Tiburon Chamber to make reservations.
We encourage you to brave the elements and venture downtown on Friday. Stop in and watch the gingerbread houses being decorated, have a bite to eat and enjoy the lights, the decorations and all the glorious things we love about our town.
For more information, please contact the Tiburon Chamber of Commerce at 415 435-5633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Stephen’s Christmas Concert - Joyful Sounds of Christmas
Sunday, December 9th
St. Stephen’s Church
3 Bayview Avenue
The St. Stephen’s Choir will be joined by orchestra members from American Bach Soloists for this year’s annual concert. The program will include classical selections by Purcell, Schutz and Durante with excerpts of Handel’s Messiah, along with classical holiday standards.
Tickets are limited, as the concert is a sellout every year. Ticket information is available at www.ststephenschurch.org
POSTPONED TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 5TH - Open Space Workday, Nature Walk and Lunch
Saturday, January 5th
Tiburon Peninsula Club
1600 Mar West St.
9am - 1pm
Due to the forecast of heavy rains this weekend, the Open Space Workday is rescheduled from December 1st to January 5th.
The first rains of the season mean we'll soon be seeing a flush of yellow French broom blossoms on local hillsides. Winter is the best time to remove this invasive plant, so on Saturday, January 5th, the Broom Busters of Old St. Hilary’s Open Space will host their biggest workday of the year from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will be rewarded with a good workout, a nature walk and a hearty lunch.
Participants of all ages are invited to meet in the parking lot of the Tiburon Peninsula Club (1600 Mar West St.) at 9am. Marin County Parks rangers will provide tools and direct the group in pulling broom on the open space behind the club. After a chili lunch, naturalist David Herlocker will lead a walk to point out unique features of the open space and how plants and animals benefit from habitat restoration.
The Broom Busters have been battling broom, bull thistle and other non-native plants since 1997, and they welcome new volunteers. Workdays are usually the first Saturday morning each month. The requirements are simple: “Come when you can; leave when you must.” No experience is needed.
To volunteer or to receive email announcements of future workdays, contact Faith Brown at email@example.com or 435-5320.
Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among children 3 and older?
Did you know that every year, distracted driving contributes to 3 million crashes in the United States?
Did you know that the percentage of children walking to school in Marin has increased from 16% in 2003 to 21% in 2008?
Safe Driving Pledge Campaign encourages residents to drive safely while
spreading the message about this program. The members of the Belvedere
Police Department are asking you to join us in making the pledge.
The purpose of the Pledge campaign is to raise awareness and encourage motorists to:
- Drive within the legal speed limit on neighborhood streets.
- Share the road with pedestrians and bicyclists, be courteous, and drive safely.
- Reduce cell phone use to urgent calls only and always hands-free.
Never text, use the internet, or use any other handheld devices while
For more information, and to help spread the word...
This popular holiday fair with art and crafts from local artists includes silver, gold and ethnic jewelry; glass flame-work; sweaters and gloves; children’s robes and blankets; pottery; gift boxes; pastel and oil paintings; preserves and baked goods; and more (including our famous Landmarks pear brandy!).
No charge. Free cider for all who shop, and fun door prizes.
For further information call Leslie @847-4209 or Pam @435-1853.