These programs are not sponsored by the Kentfield School District. Distributing flyers and information is a community service and does not imply endorsement.
Register to Receive Evacuation Notices and Fire Information
During wildfires, Marin residents should be prepared to monitor multiple sources for fire and life safety information. Emergency managers will use several methods to distribute fire information: Alert Marin, Nixle, Social Media, local TV and radio, and social media (Facebook and Twitter) are the primary outlets. Don't neglect to use your own senses - look, listen, and smell for signs of fire and changing conditions!
Alert Marin www.marinsheriff.org/services/emergency-services/alert-marin
When Do We Use It?
- When action is needed at a specific address
- Imminent flooding, wildfires, and evacuations with life safety implications
- During-event information about evacuation routes, shelters, transportation
- Other public safety incidents where lives may be at risk
Important! Alert Marin is used when action must be taken at a specific address. Alert Marin is not a general public information source. Alert Marin will not be used to provide routine updates or fire information!
When Do We Use It?
- When information is needed in a zip code
- Road closures, general updates, issues affecting larger areas
- Post-disaster information about shelters, transportation, or supplies
- Police activity and general public safety information
It is important to understand that Alert Marin and Nixle are different, complementary systems, and currently require separate registrations. Nixle is an opt-in text message service used to announce local information, targeting zip codes. You are likely to receive frequent, low-level, non-emergency texts from many local public safety agencies by Nixle. Nixle may be used to provide general fire information or rebroadcast evacuation alerts, but Alert Marin is a separate and distinct system targeting specific street addresses with the ability to send voice, text, or email ACTION messages.
FIRESafe MARIN recommends that everyone register for Alert Marin and Nixle, and understand the difference!
Summer Sewing Camp at Kent
- July 8-12 2019, 9 am to 4 pm
- Ages: 5-10
- More Information: 415-328-3985
- View flyer
Marin Explorers Summer Camp with Mrs. Ross
Marin Explorers camp is a hands-on excursion camp where children learn by exploring our local community. Many new and exciting adventures await! Your child will be in the expert hands of Marty Ross and helpers, who are thrilled to be offering this popular and unique camp experience!
Corte Madera Library
Stop by the library to join the summer reading program and pick up a schedule of special events including Book Club, Lego Club, Origami – a coding class taught by Redwood students, and more. All events are free. Please note that some programs require advance registration. Call 415-924-6382 or visit www.marinlibrary.org/events.
Teen Summer Reading and Events
The Corte Madera Library is open every day except Friday and is located at 707 Meadowsweet Drive.
Kids K to 4th grade: Sign up in the library and get your Summer Reading Card. Every time you visit the library, check out a book, or attend a program - you get a sticker. After three visits, pick a prize!
Teens/YA 5th to 8th grade & Adults: Sign up in the library and get your Summer Reading Card. Every time you get a bingo, you get a prize!
Pick up a Summer Events brochure to stay up-to-date on all of the fun happening at Larkspur Library this summer, such as the Middle Grade Book Club, space STEM activities, a loom weaving workshop, and more! The Middle School Book Club will be reading three great graphic novels this summer and kicks off on Wednesday, July 19th at 5-6 p.m. with Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol. The first five to sign up get a free copy of the book! Don't miss out on this fun book chat and pizza!
Larkspur Library is open every day of the week except Sunday, please call 415-927-5005 with any questions.