Community News

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Growing Up Green Fundraiser

  • Fundraiser ends March 31, 2019

Shop at any Sloat Garden Center location during Growing up Green week, mention your school, and your school will receive 10% of purchases back in the form of a Sloat gift card, which can go towards your school’s beautification projects, fundraisers, or classroom activities. The school with the highest participation will receive 20% of purchases back.

Attention Greenbrae Hills Parents

The Navarro Neighborhood Response Group (NRG) is one of seven grassroots organizations working in Greenbrae to get our neighborhood ready to respond should disaster strike. Emergency services tell us that more than 70% of victims are rescued by neighbors before emergency personnel can arrive. Volunteer Block Captains will be distributing information packets, working to prepare neighbors for an emergency, and helping neighbors after an earthquake emergency. We are doing this with the full support of the Central Marin Fire Department, Central Marin Police Authority, City of Larkspur, Town of Corte Madera, coordinator and Advisory Committee.

You are part of the Navarro NRG if you live on: Eliseo (# 103-398), Corte Cayuga, Corte de Sabla, Bretano (#205-270), Via Barranca, Via La Paz ((#1-99), Corte Gracitas, Via Lerida, Via Navarro, Corte Toluca, and Corte Fedora.

This effort requires good communications, and we hope all parents will opt-in to our email list. To receive news about upcoming meetings and our progress, please send your name, email and street address to

To learn more go the boundaries of the other six Greenbrae Hills NRGs, and Marin NRGs in general, go to

Spring Camp Registration

Wild About Wildlife, Available for grades 1-3

  • April 8-12, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Here at WildCare we are wild about wildlife and we know you are too! Join us for an unforgettable week during which campers will have the opportunity to gather food for our tortoise, prepare meals for our opossum and make toys for our turkey vulture! Learn how medical staff examine our wildlife patients and take a sneak peek at some orphaned baby animals during a tour of our hospital. This week of camp is packed full of animal encounters, nature exploration, wildlife-themed games, crafts, and much more! On Thursday, we’ll explore Miwok Meadows in China Camp State Park in San Rafael. WildCare does not provide transportation to off-site locations, so campers must be dropped off, and picked up at the field trip site.

2019 Marin Teen Girl Conference Empowered Women – Empower Women!

Who: Teen Girls in grades 8-12 in Marin County

What: 2019 Marin Teen Girl Conference sponsored by the Marin Women’s Commission

When: Sunday, March 31, 2019 9 a.m-3:30 p.m.

Where: Embassy Suites By Hilton 101 McInnis Pkwy, San Rafael, CA 94903

Register by March 28, 2019

Corte Madera Library Events: Kids' Book Club

  • Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 7-8 p.m., for grades 4 and up.
  • We are reading The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis.
  • Call 415-924-3515 to sign up and reserve a copy of the book!

Parent Education Event: Courageous Conversations

  • May 7, 2019, 5-7:30 p.m., Marin County Office of Education, 1111 Las Gallinas Avenue, San Rafael

Engage in a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of race and racism led by Dr. Lori Watson, a transformation specialist with Pacific Education Group who has been working with educators across Marin’s public and private schools to look intensely, both personally and professionally, at race, racism, and how we are educating all students.

Spanish language translation will be available during the meeting.

San Francisco Boys Choir Auditions

  • May 11, 2019, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 1123 Court Street, San Rafael, CA 94901

We teach boys with unchanged voices how to sing, read music and perform. We have rehearsal sites in San Francisco, Marin, Oakland, and San Mateo. Marin rehearsals take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the afternoon. Our boys perform with the San Francisco Symphony, the San Jose Opera, and San Francisco Opera.

The mission of the San Francisco Boys Chorus is to provide music education, vocal training, and performance experience at the highest artistic level to boys from all cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.