Holiday Cheer for the Craziest Time of the Year
Feeling a little holiday stress? Psst... A tip from your friends at kik:
Let Our kik Business Partners
Help You Check Off That Holiday To-Do List!
It’s officially here … the most wonderful (and craziest) time of the year. While you host friends and family and shop for your loved ones this holiday season, consider supporting the businesses that faithfully support our schools.
Planning a holiday party?
Hosting brunch? Order delicious bakery fare, challah, and breakfast stratas from Rustic Bakery. No one will go home hungry.
Tackle that shopping list!
There are always exquisite and unique gems (check out the Permanent Collection pop-up this month) for that impossible-to-shop-for friend at Marin Country Mart. While you’re there, schedule the Escape and Glow facial and massage package for your overworked, stressed-out partner (and yourself) at International Orange. In fact, just stay all day.
There’s a good chance someone has outgrown a bike or helmet – Village Peddler in Larkspur will gladly help with an upgrade or new size. You also probably need new ski gear for your next trip to Tahoe. Rent or buy skis and boots from Uli Seiler Shi Shop.
Don’t forget the dog! Find treats and plenty of pet toys at Woodlands Pet Food & Treats.
Gift cards to Mag’s Local Yogurt will put a smile on the faces of kids and adults alike!
Get in the holiday spirit!
Need to shop and entertain the kids? Take them to see Santa and enjoy the Christmas tree and holiday decor at the Village at Corte Madera and then get those gifts wrapped (for free!) at the Town Center afterward.
Pull out the gloves and winter coats and let the kids play in the snow at Marin Country Mart on December 8th and 9th. Let them sing-along with the Whoville Singers at the Farmers Market Festival on December 15th while you browse the new Sarah Shepard Art Gallery.
Support all of our kik partners all year long!
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Any contribution at any level makes an impact on our schools.
Help us reach 100% participation for our schools.