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Saturday, December 8
Gifts, Specials & Discounts from Local Shops, Photos with Santa, Carolers, Spiced Wine and Cider. Kids Eat Free with purchase of adult entree at Sam's, Guaymas, Salt & Pepper, Lily Kai and the Tiburon Tavern. Come see what treats your favorite shops have in store
for you - draw for discounts, gifts with purchase, free gift wrap,
holiday cheer and more!
11am-1pm Zelinsky Properties' Window Decoration Contest
The Merrie Old Christmas Carolers
Raffle & Gifts for Kids
Judging parade follows route from The Boardwalk, to Ark Row, Main Street, Point Tiburon Plaza, ending at Fountain Plaza
1pm-5pm Photos with Santa
Free with same day purchase receipt
90 Main Street, Ark Row (by Christopher's Salon)
4pm-8pm Christmas Ornament Decorating
All Ages Welcome - $5/Ornament
Ark Row Center for Enrichment, 122 Main Street, Ark Row
2pm-5pm Live Music with Wayne Canney
Enjoy the music of Tiburon's favorite singer, songwriter and guitarist, Wayne Canney, performing holiday favorites and the classics. Ark Row
5pm-8pm Jazz at the Main Street Wine Bar
84 Main Street, Ark Row
6pm Tree Lighting Ceremony with Performance by SingersMarin
For more information: www.tiburonchamber.org
Call (415) 435-5633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Open Space Workday, Nature Walk and Lunch
Saturday, January 5th
Tiburon Peninsula Club
1600 Mar West St.
9am - 1pm
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...