The Special Offer for our San Francisco Friends Continues --
Discover a New World at Marin Country Mart!
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Dine In, Take Out, or Delivery Service
to Home, Office or for any Occasion
– Free steamed dumpling when you mention this events calendar –
Offer good thru October 31
415-461-0189 / www.thasiam.net
At Marin Brewing, Get $3 Off Growlers Every Wednesday in October
Come to Marin Country Mart to buy local, organic pumpkins at our Pumpkin Path, open all day, every day. Choose traditional Howdin Jack-o-Lanterns for carving, or Cinderella Pumpkins, which are great for carving and delicious for eating. There’s also a great selection of specialty pumpkins in colors ranging from white to beige to green, and striped green and orange. Peter Martinelli grows the pumpkins at our patch on his farm in Bolinas, Fresh Run Farm.
This is an honor system pumpkin patch, with the payment box at the patch. Prices are set as a flat rate by size – small ($10), medium ($15), large ($20). And don't miss the two locally grow GIANT pumpkins. on display, each weighing nearly several hundred pounds each! (Guess their weight for a chance to win yummy prizes from Marin Country Mart.)
There are two pumpkin patch locations – one at the entrance to the Mart between Three Twins Ice Cream and Starbucks, the other in front of the Trading Post & Post Office.
Rustic Wine Bar continues in October
Thursdays through Saturdays, 5-8 pm
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring Panique Jazz
Enjoy the best local and organic produce, flowers, pastured meats, seafood, organic cheeses, yogurt and milk, breads, baked goods (plus gluten free), nuts, confections, olive oil, jams and knife sharpening!! The brunch and lunch options are enough to make you a regular, and include the best grilled cheese, organic sausages & hot dogs from Belcampo Meat Co., organic soups & salads, sweet & savory crepes, and more! This is a rain or shine market, operating year round on Saturdays from 9:00 am - 2:00pm.
Halloween Carnival & Market Entertainment - Saturday, October 11th
Costume Swap, 9:00-1:00
Pup Parade, 11:00-11:30
Children's Entertainment, 9:30-10:30
Kid's Love to Cook, Hands-On Demo, 10:30-11:30
Arts & Crafts by SCRAP, 10:30-1:30
Pony Rides & Petting Zoo, 10:00-2:00
Face Painting, 9:00-2:00
Live Music, 12:00-2:00
Join us for Fall Fun at the Halloween Festival!
It's the 5th Annual Halloween Costume Swap!
Dogs like funny costumes, too. Dress up your pooch and join the Pup Parade!
Enjoy the folkish sounds of The Lemon Hammer
At DIESEL, The Fourteenth Goldfish at the Reading Together Book Group
Get the Halloween Spirit with Tarot Readings at Erica Tanov
October 30, 4-8 pm
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Join us for the Kids Costume Parade, led by Superheroes Brass & Tin Marching Band; Trick-or-Treating at all shops, with candy from Miette; and Pumpkin Decorating at Poppy Store.
Join Rustic Bakery for a tasting of Gundlach Bundschu wines
Friday, October 31, 5-8 pm
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring the Dave Getz Trio -and- Superbroke Brass and Tin and Strings Electric Marching Band Ensemble
Beth Greer, author of Super Natural Home, Discusses How to Eliminate Toxins from You Home
November 1, 10:30-11:30 at the Farmers Market
Enjoy the folkish sounds of the Battlefield Band
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring the Mike Z Trio
Enjoy the folkish sounds of The Old Way
The Old Way is the Americana duo of Irena Smith and Joshua Smith. They return to Folkish with a set of original folk and Americana as well as a touch of bluegrass and traditional material. The Old Way creates music in a manner befitting their name, slowly guiding their songs into being, and allowing each one to find it's own place in their sound. They have created a repertoire of original material which has its foundations in this process, a throwback to an era of patient manifestation. "Northern California's The Old Way is an acoustic Americana/bluegrass duo that has songs so beautiful you won't even know what to do with yourself." - Alex De Vore, Santa Fe Reporter
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring the Lorca Hart Trio
The son of drumming titan Billy Hart, Lorca Hart has proven himself to be a superb drummer in his own right. His trio features Josh Nelson on piano and Edwin Livingston on bass. Lorca can be heard on recordings by Hugh Masekela, John Heard, Justo Almario, Ronald Muldrow, Dave Pike, Phil Ranelin, the Cross Hart Jazz Experience, and the Lorca Hart Trio.
Enjoy the folkish sounds of Matt Lax and Nearly Beloved
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring Michel Saga & Gypsy Jazz
Enjoy the folkish sounds of the Bootleg Honeys
The Bootleg Honeys are a homegrown Sonoma County trio. Singer-songwriters Alison Harris, Hannah Jern-Miller, and Katie Phillips perform original material and classic Americana covers with delicious three-part harmonies. A back-porch blend of sweet and sassy vocals and acoustic guitars is spiced up by Hannah’s rockin’ electric guitar leads, Alison’s honky-tonk piano, and Porchboard stomp pedal and tambourine. With a genuine love for songwriting and music-making, The Bootleg Honeys are bound to make you smile and stomp your feet!
Come enjoy Friday Night Jazz, featuring the Joshua Smith Trio
Enjoy the folkish sounds of Scott Barkin & Friends
Scott Barkin is a New York-based singer/songwriter of the highest order with an amazing mastery of the acoustic guitar rarely seen within the camp of songwriters at large. Scott's performances have met rave reviews throughout the U.S. as he has toured extensively in support of his two solo releases. Scott is also a member of the influential NYC guitar trio, Barky, and has performed throughout the U.S. and Canada, and beyond. Scott will be joined on stage by some of his formidable musical friends from the Bay Area in the special performance at Marin Country Mart.