50 AUGUST 2018 MARIN
19 BROAD WAY
SEE THEM LIVE
Our county has long
had a beloved music
scene, and these
that status with live
grooves in all genres.
HALL (Mill Valley).
Authors and influ-
encers flock to
Marin to speak
their truth. And
locals favor these
reading and lecture
venues for an
evening of wisdom
with an extra infu-
sion of community.
Books (San Rafael).
Depot Bookstore and
Cafe (Mill Valley).
MPSF Speaker Series
Point Reyes Books
(Point Reyes Station).
The glow of the full moon makes these popular outdoor jaunts all the more magical.
Sea Trek’s Full Moon Paddle is an
opportunity for a kayak-bound
night ride along the Sausalito
waterfront, while On BoardSUP’s
version will have you (very nearly)
walking on water (Sausalito).
Have you caught a flick in Novato lately? If so, you know the
future of movie-going has arrived — and it’s comfortable
enough to make you ditch your living room. Before heading
to Century Rowland Plaza for the latest big screen blockbuster, go online (or arrive early) to reserve the best seats in the
house. But considering that all of the theater’s vintage chairs
have been replaced by electric-powered, reclining, oversize
plush iterations replete with footrests, any seat will do, really.
Century Rowland Plaza (Novato).
Mount Tam is a moonlit wonderland
on Friends of Mt. Tam’s Saturday full
moon hikes (Mill Valley).
In September, the San Francisco Bay
Trail at Hamilton is the place to be for the
Marin Moonlight Run, a 5K or 10K under
the stars (Novato).
An outing with Blue Waters Kayaking
might reveal bioluminescence (the
production and emission of light
by a living organism) or just the joy
of a boat ride under the full moon