Join Corte Madera's Kids on the Hill preschool for their annual Valentines-day-themed Hearts on the Hill Fundraiser this Saturday, February 3 from 3:30 to 6:30 pm at the Corte Madera Community Center. All families are welcome!
Mount Tamalpais School in Mill Valley presents a Parent Education Speaker Series event with Brian Murphy, from KNBR's Murph and Mac show, The Culture of Competition: Exploring the Evolution of Sports in the Media and Social Landscape on Monday, February 12 at 6:30 pm.
Come visit Novato Parents Nursery School at their open house on Tuesday, February 6.
For some reason, guacamole seems to be perpetually linked to the Super Bowl. Come February, the pebbly-skinned green fruits go on sale at the supermarket, inviting you to make a big bowl of delicious creamy guacamole to snack on or add to recipes.
Valentine's Day is coming up, and so are many fun activities for kids of all ages! Here's our guide to family Valentine's Day events in Marin and the Bay Area. Make Valentine's Day cards, have a tea party with your favorite bear, and more.
Come enjoy a Spanish Story Time with our group of educators and learn about our local Spanish programs for your family! Colors of Spanish provides Spanish programs to families, at preschools and presentations at local museums and libraries.
Did you know you can visit most of the Bay Area's major museums and cultural attractions for free day every month? Here's our list of free museum days for the month of Februrary.
Moms-to-be planning to deliver their babies at Marin General Hospital can take advantage of the hospital's and Prima Medical Group's Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM) for prenatal, labor and delivery, and postnatal care. First meeting takes place on Monday, February 5.
This February, the Year of the Rooster comes to an end and the Year of the Dog begins! Find Chinese New Year family fun in Marin and the Bay Area.
Are you a work-at-home mome living the work-life balance dream? The Indie Alley, Marin's newest coworking and creative space, might be for you. Located at 69 Bolinas Avenue in downtown Fairfax, the Indie Alley is an affordable, comfortable, and flexible space for however you work, whenever you work. Whether that means typing away on a laptop in a cozy nook, working with a colleague in the lounge area, focusing on a solo project at a work table, or stretched out with materials in the maker/ meeting room, the Indie Alley has the space (and free coffee) for you.