What To Do In Marin This Weekend

What To Do In Marin This Weekend

Many of us are ready to make up for lost time by being out with friends and family, enjoying all the beauty and events Marin County has to offer!

After last year’s virtual fair due to the pandemic, the beloved summer tradition makes its in-person comeback from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday through Monday at the San Rafael fairgrounds at 10 Avenue of the Flags. The outdoor event, which celebrates art, agriculture and community, offers fun for all ages, including 28 exciting carnival rides, unique exhibits and concerts featuring pop rock band Pablo Cruise (7:30 p.m. Thursday), percussionist and singer Sheila E. (7:30 p.m. Friday), Sons of Champlin, one of Marin’s most beloved homegrown bands (7:30 p.m. Saturday), hip-hop group Digable Planets (7:30 p.m. Sunday) and Dumpstaphunk (7:30 p.m. Monday). Admission is $20 to $25, which includes general admission to the concerts. (Seating is first-come, first-served.) Youths age 4 and younger are free. Reserved seats for the concerts are $60 and include access to the fair. For more information and to get tickets, go to tickets.marincenter.org. They can also be purchased in person at the gate.


Sonoma Zipline Tours

Nestled near the coast of Northern California and deep in the Redwood forest, Sonoma Zipline Adventures is high adventure and completely unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. With two unique courses, each a two-and-a-half hour eco tour that includes multiple zip lines, sky bridges, a majestic spiral staircase and rappel to the forest floor, you will be immersed in the unparalleled beauty of the world famous California Coastal Redwoods. sonomacanopytours.com

Sunset sail

Watch Fourth of July fireworks like you’ve never seen before — from the deck of Sausalito’s Schooner Freda B. Sip on a libation and enjoy the sunset as well as festive fireworks on the San Francisco Bay at the Independence Day sail that sets off at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Sausalito Yacht Harbor, slip 465, at 501 Humboldt Ave. in Sausalito. Tickets are $295. Get them on Eventbrite and more information can be found at sfbayadventures.com. Proof of COVID-19 vaccine or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of the event as well as masks required.


Barbecue and beats

Nothing screams Fourth of the July quite like barbecue and some great tunes. Enjoy a bite, beverage and music by Zydeco Flames, regarded as the West Coast’s premiere Zydeco band, as part of the Rancho Nicasio’s BBQs on the Lawn series on Monday at 1 Old Rancheria Road in Nicasio. Doors open at 3 p.m. and the music starts at 4 p.m. The band, which has performed at the San Francisco Jazz Festival, North Beach Festival and the defunct Marin County Blues Festival, take part in the 21st annual Fourth of July celebration.


Street fun

If you haven’t been attending Novato’s First Fridays on Grant, you’ve been missing out. The outdoor food, music and cultural event on the first Fridays of the month through October returns from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday on Grant Avenue in downtown Novato. Taking advantage of the city’s Living Streets program, retailers stay open late, restaurants and tasting rooms offer expanded outdoor seating and live music, and merchants spill out into the street and offer special entertainment and activities for families. This month’s free event will also include an artisan marketplace featuring jewelry, ceramics, pet products and much more. It’s on Grant Avenue between Machin and Sherman from 5 to 8 p.m. A princess story time with Moana, dancing and face painting is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in front of Village Child at 869 Grant Ave. For more information, go to novato.org or facebook.com/groups/511551636984245.


Movie madness

Tired of watching movies from your couch at home? Get out of the house and have a unique experience at the Lark Theater’s drive-in. From your car, watch the adventures of Marty McFly during a screening of 1985’s “Back to the Future” at 9 p.m. Friday followed by Superman’s origin story, “Superman: The Movie,” at 9 p.m. Saturday at the parking lot across from Nordstrom at the Village at Corte Madera at 1557 Redwood Highway in Corte Madera. Tickets are $17 to $30. For the list of a full schedule and to get tickets, go to larktheater.net/movie-category/special-events/larkdrivein. No assigned parking. Gates open one hour prior to showtime and cars must be in place by the start of the screening.


Get out and enjoy Marin! May you and your family have a wonderful weekend planned in your own unique way. It's still a great time to buy and an even better time to sell! For more articles about buying, selling and living in Marin County, I invite you to visit my blog site. Tracy Curtis, Coldwell Banker Realty, Let’s Connect!

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