Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Rss

Local Fun Things To Do In Marinwood & Lucas Valley This Weekend, April 28-30

Local Fun Things To Do

April 28-30

What are you planning to do with family and friends in the San Rafael neighborhoods of Marinwood & Lucas Valley this weekend; April 28-30? Why don’t you have a look at the local fun things I’ve found for you to do?

Friday, 8pm; Dominican Chorale Spring Concert
Angelico Concert Hall, Dominican University

Dominican Chorale Spring Concert

Dominican Chorale Spring Concert

The Dominican Chorale, as directed by conductor Francisco Ortiz, will be performing various works by noted composers in its Spring Concert salute to Craig Singleton, the former conductor of the group.  Click here to see a list of the  composers whose works will be featured.   At this point, ticket are only available at the door.

Saturday, 1:30pm; One Upon A Twig:  Harry Potter Herbology
San Rafael Public Library

Once Upon A Twig: Harry Potter Herbology

Once Upon A Twig: Harry Potter Herbology

San Rafael Public Library, in Hogwart’s tradition, welcomes Professor Ane Carla Rovetta.  Prof Rovetta is an authority of nature’s cyclical magic.  She will be telling stories related to this cyclic magic as she hosts the planned nature walk.  Click here to read more about what’s in store.  Registration for the walk can be achieved by calling 415-485-3322, or visiting the Library’s Children’s Reference Desk.

Saturday, 7:30-9:30pm; Rick Kelly of Chime Travelers
Trek Winery

Rick Kelly of Chime Travelers

Rick Kelly of Chime Travelers

It’s always nice to get to the Trek Winery early on a Saturday night.  That’s when you can get a good seat, something to eat & drink, and settle yourself in for a night of good music.  This week, it’s Rick Kelly of Chime TravelersClick here to learn more about Rick.  Then, check the events schedule at Trek Winery and see what’s happening in the future.

Sunday 8am-1pm; Marin Sunday Farmers Market
Marin Civic Center

Marin Sunday Farmers Market

Marin Sunday Farmers Market

Every aspiring and caring cook, chef and partner knows that the best results come from the preparation of locally grown fresh produce.  And everyone knows the best place to get fresh produce in the Marinwood area each week is the Marin Sunday Farmers Market at the Marin Civic Center.   It’s the largest community gathering in the state and it’s a superb place to stock up on all your favorite fresh fruits & vegetables, breads, eggs, cheeses, meats and seafood.  If you are still not sure, then I suggest you head over to Yelp and see what everyone is saying about the Marin Sunday Farmers Market. Finally, you can visit the AIM Instagram feed to see pictures from all the other farmers markets under the Agricultural Institute of Marin banner.

Enjoy another great weekend and maybe we’ll even run into each other at one of these Marinwood & Lucas Valley local fun things to do. Please make sure you tell me all about your great weekend; either right below in the comments or on the blog’s Facebook page.

Login Maintenance About Liz Feedback Form Privacy Policy Send Email Website Manager Elegant Themes Wordpress