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New Free Resources

Outdoor Yoga

with Veronica Geretz, M.A., E-RYT500

Mondays from 5:30-6:30pm, at Contratti Field

Maximum of 15 participants


To find out more about Veronica’s yoga offerings visit www.veronicageretzyoga.com.

Veronica Gertz

Join your community in our sweet, centralized, grassy green park for a socially-distanced outdoor yoga class. The class will be geared toward yoga students with a Beginner to Intermediate yoga practice. Please bring your own yoga mat, two yoga blocks and a yoga strap. If you do not have any of those props and are unable to procure them for any reason, please reach out to Veronica at geretzvj@gmail.com and she will work with you to find what you need at no cost.

Please Note: this Outdoor Yoga offering will follow Covid 19 protocols of physical distancing. Please bring & wear your masks. The instructor will not be doing any hands on adjustments. 

This class is free, though there will be a chance to donate if you have the capacity. Donations (cash only, please) will go to the Town of Fairfax & SURJ Marin. SURJ Marin engages white people to dismantle systems of white supremacy and join the ongoing multiracial movement for racial justice. Our work is informed by relationships of accountability with local Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) organizations and community leaders. SURJ Marin splits 75% of their funds raised with both the Marin City Health & Wellness Center and The Multicultural Center of Marin.

Career Reinvention in Uncertain Times

With Michelle Olsen 

Friday, October 17 from 12-2pm 

Contact Anne Mannes at amannes@townoffairfax.org to register.  A Zoom link will be sent to you once you sign up. 


This two-hour workshop will be an opportunity for you to take the big picture view of your life and spark inspiration in the direction of a career reinvention.

There is no doubt the world is changing and the future may be unclear, but the truth is, the future is always uncertain, and this pandemic is amplifying that fact and presenting the opportunity to shift your career in a direction that nourishes your heart and soul.  

When unexpected events like this happen, they knock us out of our routines, and take us out of our comfort zone. This is such an event. Yet, it is an opportunity to answer the calling of moving towards a more fulfilling and satisfying career.

If you hear the calling or even the whispers of something new emerging for you and your career, then please join us.


Fairfax Women’s Support Group

With Michelle Olsen of GreenLight Coaching

Michelle M. Olsen is a Career and Life Coach.  For more info, go here:  https://greenlight-coaching.com


  September 25, 12-2pm 

  October 23, 12-2pm

  November 20, 12-2pm

Contact Anne Mannes at amannes@townoffairfax.org to register.  A Zoom link will be sent to you once you sign up. 


We are living in unprecedented times. It is vital that we find ways to manage our stress, overwhelm and anxiety. We are dealing with a global pandemic, recession and climate change and political unrest. So let’s gather, virtually of course. There is something magical that happens when women gather in support of each other.

This group will be for any woman who identifies as a caretaker and is craving reflection time for herself. This will be an opportunity to slow down, go within, connect with your heart and other fabulous women.

This group will meet 3 times in the Fall. Ideally you could register for all 3 and create deeper connections with the other women in the group. 

Marin County Library Bilingual Spanish / English Book Club

Our Bilingual Book Club selection: El Libro Secreto de Frida Kahlo / The Secret Book of Frida Kahlo by F.G. Haghenbeck

First Meeting:  Thursday October 15, 2020 at 7pm on ZOOM. Frida Kahlo Book Club

An invite with log-in link will be sent to all those that register in advance.

The perfect Book Club for people that love to read, discuss and explore great books. Everyone is welcome, especially if you're wanting to practice your Spanish or English skills.

Books are available to borrow from the Marin Library for free, available in both Spanish and English languages.  Library Cards are free and available for all ages.

To register call the Fairfax Library: 415-453-8151 or email: ccriollo@marincounty.org

Registration is required.

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