Support a great cause with Fairfax Open Space Committee’s beautiful, wildlife-themed cards! Crafted by local artists, funds go towards preserving Open Space here in Marin. Choose from two sets of 10 cards, each with unique photos. Get yours for $20 per set, plus $5 for shipping. Save 10% on orders of 5 or more sets … Continued
Category: Arts and Culture News
Nonagenarian /ˌnänəjəˈnerēən,ˌnōnəjəˈnerēən/ noun a person who is from 90 to 99 years old. Earlier this month we celebrated our Town’s nonagenarian residents. This sweet annual event is led by community members from Age Friendly Fairfax. This year, we made 23 home deliveries of gift bags, flowers, and a resource packets. Gift items included are locally … Continued
Read the latest Town Newsletter to learn about: The newly released Draft EIR for the Housing Element Veteran’s Day celebrations Recap of the Town Picnic The Art Walk is Friday Photo Club special guest in October Events and more!
Read Recreation’s newest quarterly newsletter to learn about: Fall/Winter catalog New classes for parents, kids, and adults Upcoming town events And more!
Fairfax Recreation’s new catalog for the Fall and Winter is now available! Folks who signed up for the mailer will be receiving it very soon. Our Fall/Winter catalog is full of wonderful classes, events and inspiration! If you would like us to add you to the mailing list for the catalog, subscribe to our list … Continued
The Annual Fairfax Art Walk is looking for local artists to join in and celebrate this amazing event! When: September 29, 2023 Where: Downtown Fairfax Apply by: June 10, 2023 What you need to know Deadline to apply is June 10, 2023 Participating local artists will be paired with are paired with merchants to display … Continued
Fairfax Library Gathering Stories / Weaving Resistance: Climate Justice and Justice Across Borders March 5 – April 2 Fairfax Library during open hours Community Room Gallery Reception will be held on Saturday March 26, 2-4pm In this exhibit, documentary photographer Peg Hunter explores two social justice movements: Climate Justice and Justice Across Borders. From Honduras to Minnesota to … Continued
Want to help protect local open spaces during these trying times and get some amazing artwork as part of the donation thank-you gifts? Here’s how! The Fairfax Open Space Committee along with The San Anselmo Open Space Committee have been collaborating together to create an informationally rich and stunningly beautiful Calendar for 2021 called Wonderfully Wild Marin. … Continued
A prominent sculpture near the Miracle Mile in San Rafael is commemorating the 40th anniversary of a Marin-based student-exchange program. A giant globe made of stainless steel sits at the top of the 12-foot-tall sculpture, which is the creation of Fairfax artist Susan Pascal Beran. The globe is ringed by images of flags from 60 countries, … Continued