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REMINDER: 16th Annual Beatles Tribute
Creek Park Come Together as San Anselmo Salutes the Beatles. $20 Adults/$5 Kids 12 and under. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Tickets are available only on the day of the event at Creek Park. Gates will open for everyone at 4 p.m. (no dogs except for service or seeing-eye dogs). For more information, visit the San Anselmo Arts Commission website at www.sananselmoarts.com.
Music In the Park
Sundays in August, 3 – 5 p.m., Creek Park
The Music in the Park series began in 2000, and is hosted by the San Anselmo Arts Commission. These events provide an opportunity for individuals and families to enjoy contemporary and classic music at Creek Park for free. (No dogs except for service or seeing-eye dogs). For more information, visit the San Anselmo Arts Commission website at www.sananselmoarts.com.
Picnics on the Plaza
In its ninth year, the popular Picnics on the Plaza events are back! Come enjoy some live local music on the Town Hall lawn! Bring a picnic blanket or chairs, your family and friends, and come enjoy a beautiful evening in downtown San Anselmo. The first Picnic is on Friday, August 3rd from 5-8pm. Other Picnic dates are August 10, 17, 24, 31 and September 7. This year the entire series is sponsored by Eric Gelman from Paragon Real Estate!
Movies in Creek Park Return!
The San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce is bringing back the popular Movies in Creek Park event series starting this Saturday. The movies will run in Creek Park on Saturday Nights from June 2nd until October 27th (with the exception extreme weather conditions and on July 21st for the Beatles Tribute Concert). Seating begins around 7pm, with a pre-movie slide show, announcements, trivia and nightly raffle. Movies begin when it becomes dark enough and will generally run two hours. The films are generally acceptable for all audiences, but parental guidance and child supervision is always recommended. To view the list of films, CLICK HERE.
Film genres will include Action, Animation, SciFi, Classics, Comedies and Feel-good Favorites. The 2018 season movies were selected from an exhaustive list of requests from members of the community, merchants and business owners, then cross-referenced and licensed by the Motion Picture Association for public viewing. Many "favorites" are not available due to licensing restrictions and "black-out" periods by motion picture studios. For complete information, visit https://www.moviesincreekpark.com
Please join Central Marin Police at one of their parties or organize an event in your neighborhood.
National Night Out is Tuesday, August 7th
National Night Out (NNO) is Tuesday, August 7th and CMPA is looking forward to another evening of fun and conversation with members of our communities. Please join CMPA as they host two block parties or consider organizing an activity in your neighborhood.
NNO is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. NNO was created by the National Association of Town Watch to make an organized statement against crime throughout the country and is always held on the first Tuesday in August. Neighbors are encouraged to get out of their houses and meet other neighbors in the area and get to know them. The theory being that when neighbors meet and know each other, they are more apt to report suspicious activity in their neighborhood rather than “look the other way” when they see something noteworthy. When you know your neighbors and watch out for them, overall crime in the area is reduced. Neighborhood events can be casual and informal such as a potluck or ice cream social, or more elaborate activities like a street party.
If your neighborhood is not able to hold an event, then please come on over and join us! CMPA will host block parties at two locations: in Corte Madera at Menke Park, Redwood and Corte Madera Avenues; or at our San Anselmo station, 525 San Anselmo Avenue. Our parties will run from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. and provide an opportunity to meet and chat with not only CMPA officers, but also our public safety partners from CHP, Marin County Sheriff’s Office, and the Central Marin and Ross Valley Fire Departments. There will games for kids, the opportunity to see police and fire vehicles up close, and free hot dogs for everyone.
If you are going to hold an event in your neighborhood, please complete the registration form, including a detailed description of your activities. The NNO registration form is available here or on our website www.centralmarinpolice.org . If your event includes a street closure, you must contact your City or Town Public Works Department for a permit. Please send your completed registration to Margo Rohrbacher, NNO coordinator, no later than Friday, July 27, 2018. For questions, email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you!