San Geronimo Valley Community Center

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What's happening this Holiday Season?

We are now accepting sign-ups for Thanksgiving Turkey’s from 2-5pm for San Geronimo Valley and Nicasio residents.

Sign Ups will continue through to Nov. 19 Proof of residency is required, rent receipt, utility bill, or report card.

Thanksgiving Food Distribution will be Tuesday, Nov. 24 & Wednesday Nov. 25

Toys and Joys Sign ups will begin Nov.12 and continue throughout the month. Proof of residency required for San Geronimo Valley and Nicasio Only!

Toys and Joys Gift Distribution will be Monday Dec. 21 & Tuesday Dec. 22 from 2-5 pm

Holiday Distribution will be Thursday Dec. 17 2-5 pm

Holiday Arts Faire - Saturday, December 5th, 11-5 pm

San Geronimo Valley Healthy Community Collaborative Presents:

Strong Start

Kathleen Tabor, Principal, Tabor Consulting

Wednesday, November 18 at 3:30-5:pm

Children who receive quality early preschool education are much more likely to succeed socially, emotionally and academically once they enter kindergarten and move on in school. But not all children in Marin County are offered the advantage of attending preschool because of a variety of factors including the cost and availability of services.

Kathleen Tabor, Principal, Tabor Consulting will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the San Geronimo Valley Healthy Community Collaborative on Wednesday, November 18 at 3:30-5:pm She will be making a presentation and answering questions about Strong Start, an early childhood education initiative.

Kathy has 30 years experience providing strategic consultation to public and private nonprofit sector organizations, educational institutions, foundations and broad coalitions, networks and associations. With her clients, she engages diverse sectors of the community to illuminate issues, define strategic priorities and build shared vision, community commitment and accountability toward social justice change.

She is the acting director of MarinKids, a children's advocacy organization devoted to expanding equity of opportunity for all children in Marin to be healthy and succeed in school. MarinKids is the backbone organization for the Marin Strong Start movement. Marin Strong Start is aimed at expanding access to quality childcare, preschool and healthcare for children in Marin.

For more than 10 years, Ms. Tabor has provided strategic consultation to First 5 Marin and initiated MarinKids in 2010.

The San Geronimo Valley Healthy Community Collaborative is a monthly gathering of community members, nonprofits, businesses, faith organizations, County agencies and others. The group meets monthly to discuss issues of common interest to Valley residents. Everyone is welcome. For more information call Suzanne at 415-488-8888, ext. 251 or e-mail

Strong Start

Open Mic First Friday @ the SGVCC

Hosted by MC See

Every First Friday, 7 pm - 10 pm

All Ages, FREE

For 25 years Kate Wolf's cafe Open Mic rang loud at the SGVCC, its time to open the space again.

Open Mic

Holiday Arts Faire

Saturday, December 5th

11 to 5 pm

Happy Holidays - Merry Christmas - Happy Chanukah

Come join the fun!!

Crafts Faire, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Lagunitas School Band, Delicious Homemade Food and Desserts!!!

holiday poster


The Loft Teen Center (school year)- click here for sign up form. For 4th Grade & Up.

Senior Programs are hopping - click for details. Coming for lunch? Check out the menu.

Since the late 1960’s, the Center has continued to reflect the multiple needs and priorities of Valley residents. Our outstanding programs and services have a major impact on the quality of life for Valley residents from infants to seniors, families and singles, working people and retirees. We serve people from Woodacre, San Geronimo, Forest Knolls, Lagunitas, Point Reyes, Nicasio, Fairfax and other communities in Marin County. Thousands of people visit the Center each year to enjoy our arts, cultural, recreational and human service programs. We are proud to be the Heart of the Valley, playing a unique and vital role that enhances the lives and well-being of the people that we serve.

Read highlights of our accomplishments in our most recent annual report - for example:
• 50 local Seniors, 60 years and over, were served healthy organic lunches each week – more than 4,000 meals annually.
• Our Food Bank provided 5,000 boxes of groceries and fresh produce to local residents.