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30 Things to do in Marin in June

Summer is officially in the air. We’ve compiled a list of the most exciting ways to take advantage of the warm weather and ring in the festival season.

  1. Bring your pup to a dog-friendly waterfront market at Nick’s Cove.
  2. Mill Valley Wine FestivalFill up your tummy at the 37ThAnnual Mill Valley Wine, Beer & Gourmet Food Tasting Festival. 
  3. Bring the little ones to get their faces painted at Novato Art, Wine & Music Festival.
  4. Support those running the “world’s oldest trail race” at the 108th Annual Dipsea Race.
  5. Enjoy a deep fried Twinkie at Sonoma Raceway during the Toyota/Save Mart 350.
  6. Marvel at the Italian street painting featured in San Rafael during Wonders of Space & Time.
  7. Bring the whole family to the Marin County Fair for rides, games, and performances by Eddie Money, Los Lobos, Leann Rimes and Perry and the Heartbreakers.Marin County Fair
  8. Always wanted to learn how to fish? Bring dad to Paradise Beach Park for a fun and educational experience.
  9. Let your Dancing Queen shine at a sing-along performance of Mamma Mia! At the Mountain Play Outdoor Theater.
  10. Drop your kids off at the Great Stuffed Animal Sleepover at Belvedere Tiburon Library.
  11. Celebrate Birds of Prey at the Talons Festival located in Sausalito’s Cavallo Point.
  12. Stock up on your summer fruits and veggies at Marin Farmers’ Market in San Rafael every Thursday.
  13. Laugh out loud at the premiere of Straight White Men at Marin Theatre Company.
  14. Go on a hike with a park ranger on Terwilliger Trail at Stafford Lake Park
  15. Sing along to Summer Lovin’ at the free showing of Grease in Old Mill Park.
  16. Dream about owning a 1959 corvette at the Tiburon Classic Car Show.NASCAR at Sonoma Raceway by Mike Doran
  17. Take the kids to build sandcastles at Upton Beach.
  18. Wanna learn how to be a grill master? Join a ranger for A Grilling Experience at Paradise Beach Park.
  19. Go on a leisurely walk through Rush Creek Preserve on the Bahia trail during its Sunday morning Senior Stroll.
  20. Spice up your Saturday with a Kids Flamenco Show at Marin Country Mart.
  21. Listen to whale songs during a free day at The Marine Mammal Center.
  22. Meet your favorite local athletes from the San Rafael Pacifics at the Fairfax Library.
  23. Enjoy live music at one of Marin Country Mart’s Friday Night Jazz events.
  24. Put on some pink and go rosé tasting at Fisher's Funky Rosé Get Down.
  25. See a 3D printer in action and experiment with Virtual Reality at San Rafael Public Library.
  26. Support local artists at this year’s Marin Open Studios.
  27. Have a laugh at Tuesday Night Live Comedy at Throckmorton Theater.
  28. Need a pep talk? See Chronicle Books’ Christina Amini speak on publishing at The Indie Alley.
  29. Relax on a sunset to full moon sail on the Schooner Freda B out of Sausalito. 
  30. Take a walking tour of The Fork at Point Reyes for an ice cream sandwich, cheese tasting and a stroll through its edible garden.



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