San Geronimo Valley Community Center

Current Happenings and News


April Art: MOT and Stanley Mouse

MouseMOT

Saturday, April 26 at 8pm
The Creole Belles with Andrew Carriere concert & dance instruction with Cheryl McBride: Advance Discount Tickets on Sale Now

CreoleBelles

Friday, May 9th at 6:30pm
Spring Art Show Reception
The Show Runs from Saturday, May 10th to Sunday, May 18th

Thursday, May 22nd
7th Annual San Geronimo Valley Gym and Youth Center Benefit Golf Tournament & Oyster Feed

Saturday, May 31st, 3-7pm
Youth Rock the Valley

Thank you for your support! To donate click here. View our annual report.

Time to sign up for Summer Camp and Summer Bridge - get your spots while space remains.

Extra, Extra! Read all about it in Stone Soup - and check out all the classes!

The Loft Teen Center - 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 3,000 meals annually.
• Our Food Bank provided 450 boxes of groceries and fresh produce monthly to local residents.

Senior 8th Grade Interview Project
Thirty-one 8th grade students in the Lagunitas School District, met with individual Valley elders, taking pictures, recording personal interviews, taking notes, videos and tape recordings. Watch a Movie about it by John Lawson