Here are some of the highlights happening around the Larkspur and Corte Madera Twin Cities area Oct. 30-31:
Residents of Larkspur are invited to Hall Middle School today to offer their thoughts on the Rose Garden Community Facility Parcel just across the street. The parcel will be the future site of a housing development, but part of it has been set aside for a city library/community center.
Today's meeting will take place at the Hall Middle School gym at 4:30 p.m.
• Indian Voices: Alison Owings shares Indian Voices at Book Passage in Corte Madera on Thursday at 7 p.m. Her latest novel gathers interviews with descendants of the Native Americans who ruled this continent before the arrival of the Europeans.
They discuss not only their ancestors' experiences, but also their own encounters with people who don't understand what it means to be a modern Native American.
• Children's Storytime: Let's not forget how reading is FUNdamental for children, too. There are a variety of reading groups for young children and their parents around town. Mother Goose is on the loose at the Corte Madera Library every Tuesday at 10 a.m. for storytime for babies 0-24 months old, with a parent or caregiver. The Larkspur Library offers fun for babies and toddlers, with songs, fingerplays, nursery rhymes and very short stories just right for this age group. Pottery Barn Kids, Barnes & Noble Booksellers and Book Passage also offer children's storytimes.
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