Don’t Miss A Thing in September

Get Ready!

A Disaster Survival Program for Marin County
When: Thursday, September 17th, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Where: The Fairfax Library, 2097 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.

This time of year reminds us all of how vulnerable we are to fires, earthquakes, floods, etc., living in the Bay Area. Know what to do when disaster strikes by being prepared ahead of time.

Contact Maggie Lang, of Ready Marin to register. Call (415) 453-8151 as space is limited.


Wine and Cheese Tasting Series

When: Friday, September 18th, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Where: the Fairfax Women’s Club Building
46 Park Road
Cost: $30 per person.

Led by Sisi Parry, PARC Commissioner, and Sam & Shoshana Parry, of the Fairfax Theater Company.

An exotic evening of food & drink! This event is xpected to sell out, so get your tickets in advance by contacting Maria Baird at
(415) 456-5652, e-mail at mbaird@townoffairfax.org


Seniors Social & Age Friendly Fair

When: Saturday, September 19th, 10:00 a.m.-noon
Where: The Women’s Club building, 46 Park Road

The first of its kind senior fair in Fairfax! There will be free health screenings, information booths by local County agencies and non-profits that serve seniors. Refreshments, coffee & tea will be served. There will be representatives providing information on transportation options, and much more. For further details, go to www.fairfaxrec.com under classes, senior programs. Brought to you by the Age Friendly Task Force and the Fairfax Parks & Recreation.


The Final Chipper Day of 2015

When: Saturday, September 26, 9:00 a.m.-3:00p.m.
Where: Deer Park parking lot (at the end of Porteous Drive)

Don’t miss this opportunity to clear the brush off your property, and take it to the designated collection area at the end of Porteous Drive in Deer Park. Cut brush to at least 4 inches in diameter so that the material fits through the chipper. No rocks or leaves. For more information, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Maria Baird at (415) 456-5652.

CHIPPER DAY GUIDELINES

To prepare for chipper day, please cut your brush to 4 inches in diameter. You may bring brush, bay tree saplings, scotch broom, branches and other yard trimmings.

Please, no rocks or fire wood.

Brush will be chipped on site and taken for recycling to Marin Resource Recovery Center.

For more information, you may contact Maria Baird at (415) 456-5652, or e-mail her at mbaird@townoffairfax.org.

To download a brochure on “Living with Fire in the Ross Valley”, go to www.shfpd.org.

Thank you for your participation in this very important program!


Join the Fairfax Gardeners Alliance

Love to garden? Come make new friends and help beautify the downtown along Center Blvd Corridor.

Our crew will be out there — please join one or all of the upcoming dates:

  • Wednesday, September 16th
  • Sunday, September 20th, and/or
  • Sunday, October 11th

Between 9:00AM and 3:00PM.

For more information, contact Melanie at theparkvista@comcst.net


Creek Clean-Up and Nature Walk

When: Saturday, October 10th
Meet at 10am at the Community Youth Center (between Peri Park and the Fire Station)

Great for All Ages!
Join nature educator Mia Andler and a crew of volunteers as we walk the creek, clean up trash, and learn about the native species and natural habitats of the creek.

Remember to wear closed toed shoes. Water shoes or boots are best — we will be in the creek! Bring gloves if you have them, otherwise there will be some on hand to borrow.

Refreshments will be provided.

For more details, please contact Maria Baird at (415) 456-5652 or mbaird@townoffairfax.org.

Sponsored by the Volunteers; organized by Mark Solomons, and led by Mia Andler.