Aikido of Marin 765 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 Aikido of Marin is a local dojo that was started by Richard Moon Sensei in the 1970s. It offers regular training classes…More that are $50 a month for kids, $95 a month for adults and $15 a class for visitors. If the visitor is a member of another dojo, it's only $10 a class. Beginners are always welcome and the first class is free. It also has a 3 month special where you receive a free training uniform if you pay for 3 months in advance.
San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce PO Box 2844, San Anselmo, CA94979 The San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce provides publicity, networking, educational and support resources to businesses in…More the San Anselmo community. In addition, it provides governmental advocacy impacting business regarding policies, marketing opportunities and assistance. Members are allotted a free business listing in the only visitor, business and community guide - Destination San Anselmo and invitations to monthly mixers and events to meet with other business owners.
Bolinas Park 124 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Bolinas Park is a popular haunt that is located at the corner of Elsie Lane and Bolinas Road, right across from Casa…More Manana restaurant. Towering trees and grassy areas provide filtered sunlight, shade and relaxation for locals and visitors. In addition to convenient stores on Bolinas Road that offer picnickers a choice of snacks and beverages, a seasonal farmers market is held every Saturday. An annual "Fairfax Festival" holds events at the park.
Marin Municipal Water District Watershed: Sky Oaks Trailhead Sky Oaks Rd & Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Sky Oaks Trailhead of Marin Municipal Water District Watershed offers breathtaking views of Marin County's rolling…More hills and natural beauty. Visitors, except those with disabled placards, must purchase day passes or pay annual fees before entering the park. Permitted activities include hiking, biking, dog walking, horseback riding, fishing and picnicing. Sky Oaks Trailhead provides access to three man-made lakes: Alpine, Bon Tempe, and Lagunitas. Many people like fishing at Bon Tempe Lake, though there is a fishing license required for those over age 16. Others can enjoy the picnic area and flat trails around Lake Lagunitas. Alpine Lake has no trail all the way around, but Kent Trail covers about 2 miles of Alpine's shoreline.
Fair Fix Cafe 33 Broadway Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 Fair Fix Cafe is a colorful and popular haunt for both locals and visitors. Free Wi-Fi, plenty of comfortable…More indoor and patio seating, a healthy menu, and friendly staff members help keep loyal patrons happy. Healthy favorites include The Fair Fix Melt, which consists of a homemade blend of pesto, mushrooms, bell peppers, spinach, tomato and melted cheese for $7.50. Another favorite is the cafe's Mediterranean Plate, which is a combination plate of two falafels, hummus, taboule, feta cheese, and two dolmas served with a side salad, olives, pepper and pita bread for $8.50. The menu also includes beverage specialties such as Chai Tea, Lattes, Cappuccinos, Espresso Shakes, and a variety of Smoothies that can be made with ingredients such as fresh fruit, protein powder and yogurt. Fair Fix Cafe accepts cash only but has an ATM machine on site.
The San Francisco Theological Seminary is a graduate theological institution with the aim of preparing students to…More enter the ministry. The school has a campus in San Anselmo as well as one in Pasadena. The San Anselmo campus is affiliated with the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. The school, a Presbyterian institution, teaches a Reform understanding of the biblical works.</p>
<p>The 14-acre San Anselmo site was built in 1890 and is considered a landmark in San Anselmo. Tourists and visitors frequent the beautiful grounds; a "Spirit Walk Labyrinth" tour through the gardens is offered. The grounds and church are a popular place for weddings.</p>
<p>The campus offers a Masters of Divinity, Masters of Arts in Theological Studies, and Doctorate of Ministry. A number of other graduate diplomas and certificates are offered. Applicants are encouraged to visit the campus on prospective-student weekends. Over 85 percent of students receive some form of financial aid.</p>
<p>In addition to its involvement with the Presbyterian community at large and with a number of mission and volunteer activities, the Seminary is a part of town life. The public is invited to walk the gardens and attend services. Many school and youth groups use the Playhouse for shows and performances. The school also puts on different events throughout the year, all of which are open to the public.</p>