Events + Happenings

Local events in Marin County and the North Bay.

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Erika Mehrer and I are excited to announce our coming soon listing at 208 Headlands Court in Sausalito.

This sophisticated contemporary two story end unit condo with spectacular views has 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Watch the sunrise from your bedroom or dining room and cozy up to the wood burning fireplace on a chilly evening. The upper and lower decks are ideal for entertaining or just relaxing and taking in the views. It is in close proximity to hiking and biking trails and a convenient commute location just minutes to hwy 101, hwy 1 and San Francisco.

The open house schedule for 208 Headlands Court in Sausalito:

Sunday, April 23rd, 1-4pm

Saturday, April 29th, 2-4pm

Sunday, April 30th, 1-4pm

We hope to see you there! 

Please

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Marinwood Easter Egg Hunt & Breakfast with Bunny: April 15 @ 10 am

This Saturday April 15 at 10 am The Las Gallinas Lion’s Club will host the 38th annual Easter Egg Hunt. This is a free event with breakfast to purchase. The kids line up at the edge of the grass and when the horn blows they race off to find the hidden eggs. Pay ahead on line $6 adults, $4 child or day of $7 adults, $5 child. Click here for more information.

Marinwood Park is off Lucas Valley Road on Miller Creek and has a lot to offer: community center, swimming pool, playground, bbq area and tennis courts plus a creek for water play.

Considering a move to Marin, make sure you check out Marinwood. I am a local and would love to show you around. Curious about your home

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Mt. Tam (Mount Tamalpais) in Marin County is considered by many to be the birthplace of modern day mountain biking, but the truth is that some form of mountain biking has been around for almost a century. 

The word "infantry" refers to the division of the army that enters fighting/combat on foot and In the 1800’s there was an army division called the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corp whose job it was to put together bikes that could carry their gear over rough ground and terrain. In August of 1896 a group of riders from this infantry rode from Missoula, Montanat to Yellowstone National Park…and then back. Their goal was to test a new bicycle to see if the military could use it for traveling mountainous areas. This test went so well that the next year

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Don’t miss two great events at Marinwood Community Center, 775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael 94903 (just off Lucas Valley Road)

1: Homebrew Happy Hour! February 10, 2017 6-9 PM

The home brew beer fest is a first at the center and should be really fun. You have an opportunity to taste from local brewers and learn about what it takes to make a perfect brew at home. In addition to beer sampling, there will be live music and free childcare. So, come on down tonight and check it out.

$10 at the door (includes all tastings) and free childcare.

2: Raise a glass Winter Wine Tasting: February 25, 2017 2-5 PM

Mark your calendar for February 25th from 2- 5pm for an afternoon of wine tasting featuring a handful of Sonoma County Wineries. This is a

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Modern & Stylish

Built in 2005, this top floor 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo is light and modern with spectacular pastoral views. The living room has a vaulted ceiling, gas fireplace and sliding glass door that opens to a patio with views to the Silviera Ranch. The kitchen is well designed with plenty of cabinets, granite countertops and a stackable washer and dryer. The floor plan is ideal because there is separation between the two bedrooms and bathrooms to accommodate a variety of lifestyles…home office, children, or a roommate. The Clubhouse features a kitchen, living room with TV, children’s play area and exercise equipment.  There are 2 covered parking spaces and the Homeowner's Dues are $400 per month.

Convenient Location

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purple meters       &     meters

 

Have you seen the folks in bright yellow shirts sweeping our downtown San Rafael sidewalks? Have you seen the purple meters scattered around downtown San Rafael?  The folks in yellow shirts are part of the Downtown Streets Team and the purple meters are part of Put Your Change To Work program, which is a way to discourage panhandling.  What?  Read on!

The Downtown Streets Team is an organization that believes that by having a job and being able to take care of ones’ own basic needs is the center piece to helping folks transition to a better life…and get them off the streets.

The Downtown Streets Team organization has changed lives in at least 6 bay area cities since 2007, and have been doing so in San Rafael, since 2013.  

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As I sell real estate throughout Marin County, I often come across a buyer that is reluctant to take a look into Novato. Not because of the commute but usually because they have some notion that it isn’t much of a town. Since I live in Novato and specialize in the area, I feel inclined to share with you what makes this once bustling town that became a super sleepy town, but now on the rise… great place to live and raise a family. I also want to share the details of the immense change that has occurred over the years and what the future seems to hold for this great community. With that said, I share with you a brief history of Novato starting with the early development back in 1856 when Joseph Sweetser and Francis DeLong purchased a Mexican land grant

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Christmas Tree Disposal in Marin County:

Marin County does a great job on recycling Christmas trees. Most of the sanitary districts will pick up your tree from the curb on green can pick-up days. There are a few rules like cutting the tree down if it’s over 5 or 6 feet and no flocked trees. Of course, remember to take off all the ornaments, lights and stands. If curbside does not work for you, all Marin County Fire Department stations (through January 21), have an area where you can drop off your tree. Click here for detailed information.

Want to help fund a safe grad night? There is a tree drop fundraiser going on as part of the San Marin High School Safe Grad Fundraiser. A suggested $5 donation ($15 for a flocked tree) at the San Marin High

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I am thrilled to announce my new listing in Mill Valley.

This recently updated spacious 3,174 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home featuring an open kitchen, dining, living and family room area with a LaCantina door leading to the outside decks that make it perfect for entertaining. Upper level has a master suite with views of the bay, Angel Island and Alcatraz, two bedrooms with lofts and second bathroom. Lower level boasts an au pair/guest suite with additional family room, bedroom, bathroom and possible office or wine room. This unique property has a 2 car attached garage, laundry room, ample storage and a large useable yard. Adjacent to expansive open space with access to hiking and biking trails and an easy commute location, just minutes to

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Has the market softened? Both yes and no. 320 Stuyvesant Dr. closed today for over asking price after roughly one month on the market. With an ideal floor plan spanning over more than 2,800 sqf, this 2-story home is situated on over half an acre, on a quiet cul-de-sac, and it backs to open space. It offers commanding views over Sleepy Hollow from several rooms and from the view decks. It also boosts a big, level yard ideal for play, entertaining and quiet relaxation. For a full description, see www.320Stuyvesant.com

Sleepy Hollow is always a very desirable area and inventory has been scarce throughout the fall, so even it the market overall is softening certain areas do better than others. If you are in the market for a home in San Anselmo,

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