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Fun and Free Art Classes for Parents

  • Join us, and invite a friend for one or perhaps all class: Saturdays, 20, and 27, 2018.

Join Bacich art teacher Barbara Libby-Steinmann and Kent parent and artist Anna Rochester, as they guide you through three different hands on activities: Coffee Stain Painting, Wrangle the Wires Sculpture, and Veggie Patterned Tea-Towels.

Engage in art lessons that you can do with your kids in your own home. Find ways to support your kids exploring different materials to express themselves in the arts. And best of all, it is fun and free!

Download the flyer and register here.

"Preventing and Combating Cyberbullying" Workshop at Corte Madera Library

  • Wednesday, October 24, 7- 8:30 p.m.

In this participatory workshop, parents, caregivers, educators, and students in middle school or older, will learn about the types of cyberbullying as well as the academic and social impacts of this behavior. Participants will learn strategies to address and prevent cyberbullying.

Local Area Flood Project Workshops

Marin County Public Works is holding a Flood Project Workshop dedicated to project elements that may be of most concern to the residents and businesses of Kentfield and other incorporated.

Community Workshop #3 - Kentfield and Unincorporated County

October 25, 2018 6-7:30 p.m. at Ross Town Hall

View Flood Project Workshop Flyer

Then and Now" Presentation of Kentfield and Greenbrae & Tour of Kent Middle School

  • Thursday, October 25, 2018 6-8 p.m., Kent MP Room

On behalf of the Kentfield-Greenbrae Historical Society, please join us for our annual Members Meeting.

6:00 p.m. Tour of the new Kent Middle School recently completed Measure D construction projects with Superintendent Liz Schott and new Kent Principal Grant Althouse

7:00 p.m. Meeting and Slide Presentation, "The Heart of Marin: Then and Now 2.0," by Historians *Dewey Livingston and Richard Torney

The enthusiasm generated at the Community Heritage and History Day for our local history has encouraged us to bring back the Dewey and Richard Show for our fall member's meeting. These two local historians have been instrumental in preserving and recording the history of Kentfield and Greenbrae. They will narrate a revised slide presentation of the Heart of Marin. Dewey Livingston is the author of our book "In the Heart of Marin: A History of Kentfield and Greenbrae", published in 2014 at the time of the Kent Centennial.

"Encouraging Resilience In Your Kids" Workshop

  • Saturday, November 3, 1-3 p.m. or Saturday, November 17, 9-11 a.m.

Join Jennifer Bull, AMFT for an informative workshop to learn how to help strengthen your child’s internal resources. Choose one of two Saturday sessions.

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Kentfield Girls Softball

Kentfield Girls Softball is for 5 to 15 year old girls living in Kentfield, Greenbrae, Ross and North Larkspur.

Registration is during the month of November and practices start in late February 2019.