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Larkspur-Corte Madera Weekend Planner July 22-24

Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of the things on the Larkspur-Corte Madera Calendar and see if there's something for you.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday:

This '50's Rock 'n' Roll musical is filled with hot-rod loving boys in leather jackets and their wise-cracking girls in teased curls, bobby sox, and poodle skirts.  One of the longest running shows in Broadway history, GREASE salutes the '50's with such lively songs as "Greased Lightnin," "Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee," "Hand Jive" and "We Go Together."

If you go: Tickets are $12 general admission and tickets can be bought by clicking here. Friday Saturday and Sunday evening shows begin at 7:30 p.m. with matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. The shows are at Little Theatre, 365 Doherty Drive in Larkspur. For more information call (415) 453-0199.

 

Saturday:

Larkspur Library presents T-Rex Thunderlizard's Wild West.  Bring the family for a rooting-tooting puppet show performed by Nick Barone's Puppets. This fun-filled prehistoric romp through the Wild West includes sixteen different kinds of dinosaurs. It is chock full of dinosaur facts and is a lot of fun to boot! 

If you go: Space is limited.  Please call 415-927-5005 or email library@larkspurcityhall.org to RSVP. The fun is from 11 a.m. to noon at the , 400 Magnolia in Larkspur.

 

Saturday:

Purchase the best locally and organically grown farm fresh produce and artisan foods that our region has to offer plus enjoy the great music.  This week it’s Carlin and Dr. Elmo from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Larry Carlin and Dr. Elmo is one of the Bay Area's favorite bluegrass bands. Their dynamic bluegrass and folk music appeals to a wide range of ages.  The petting zoo and pony rides are open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

If you go: The market is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the , 2257 Larkspur Landing Circle in Larkspur.

 

Sunday:  

Cosmic Shenanigans is the featured band at this Sunday's free concert sponsored by the Corte Madera Community Foundation at Piccolo Pavilion in Old Corte Madera Square. They were a crowd favorite in the 4th of July parade this year and have a huge following that includes fans of all ages.  These young high-performance musicians from Redwood High offer an exciting blend of bluegrass, jazz, and funk that's sure to get folks moving and grooving.

If you go: This free concert  is from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Piccolo Pavilion, Tamalpais Drive and Redwood Avenue in Corte Madera.

Sunday:

The Marin County Bicycle Coalition and Whole Foods Market present Tour de Marin. Join all classes of cyclists on a 40-mile ride through scenic Marin and then watch the final stage of the Tour de France (Champs-Élysées) in the afternoon. There will be great food all along the ride, including fine gourmet cuisine from Marin artisan cheese and bread makers. You'll ride past Big Rock, see redwood groves and horse stables, and take in a feast at the Nicasio energizer station.

If you go: Tour de Marin registration is $40 with all proceeds going to MCBC's efforts to open the Alto Tunnel to bicycles, which will complete Marin's North/South Bicycle Greenway. The registration fee includes an organic cotton ride t-shirt to first 200 riders, pre-race breakfast treats at Whole Foods Market, a well stocked energizer station at Nicasio Valley Cheese Company, a swag bag featuring Whole Foods Market vendors and bike stuff and support and SAG wagon. After the ride, cyclists are encouraged to head to Pizza Orgasmica to watch the final stage of the Tour de France on the large screen. All ride levels welcome, no one is left behind. The ride will be supported with ride leaders, sweepers and course marshals from the Marin Cyclists and a SAG (support and gear) wagon courtesy of Mike's Bikes. To register click here.

Do you have a weekend event we did not list? Go ahead and add it in the comments to let everyone know other cool stuff going on in the community. Is your event not in our calendar? You can add your own events quick, easy and for free just by clicking here.

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