Summer Camp Fees Reduced!
Our Community Spoke and we heard you! We have cancelled virtual camp and are able to save supply costs allowing us to reduce session fees for in-person camp. Rates are now only $800/child for three weeks. That’s less than $8/hour!
Camp 2020 begins Monday, July 6. Register Today!
Scholarships and payment plans are available thanks to our fantastic community partners:
Community Foundation, Beautification Committee, and Lions Club.
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Tennis Keys- Half Off as of July 1
Starting July 1st, key rates are reduced to $25 for residents. Each key is good through the end of the year. Temporary restrictions and guidelines for play during the pandemic are posted at the courts. Private lessons are not permitted on any town courts. Please remember lost keys need to be replaced at the current purchase price.
Does it feel like more people are playing this year? As of this week, 188 keys have been sold to residents and 9 to non-residents. We love to see all the new and returning players using the courts.
Corte Madera Saves Monthly Dance for Adults w/Developmental Disabilities
For 15 years, Larkspur has hosted “The 3rd Friday Dance” for over 150 disabled adults in the Hall Gym. Due to COVID, dances have been cancelled the last 3 months. On June 19, Corte Madera Parks & Recreation stepped in to help facilitate the first Zoom Dance for over 100 participants. Thank you all for the great support!
Anyone wanting to attend and/or volunteer at a future dance can sign-up here. It’s fun for the whole family!
Recreation Amenities are Open & Closed in Corte Madera & Marin County?
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Effective Tuesday, 6/30 Corte Madera picnic tables and BBQs will re-open. No reservations will be accepted for 2020 to allow for first come, first serve use. Unfortunately, no outside equipment such as bounce houses is permitted through the end of the year.
Please make sure to follow the Marin County Health & Human Services guidelines for use, available below and at Marin Recovers.
Use of Picnic and Barbeque Areas
- Basis for Addition: Picnic and barbeque areas are located outdoors, where the risk of transmission is low, and typically provide ample space for groups to distance from each other. Risks associated with the use of these facilities can be substantially mitigated through measures that provide for adequate social distancing.
- Description and Conditions to Operate:
- Picnic areas and barbeque areas may be used only by members of the same household or living unit.
- Each picnic table may be occupied by only one household or living unit at a time.
- Each barbeque pit or grill may be used by only one household or living unit at a time.
- Each member of a household or living unit must maintain at least six feet of separation from all members of other households or living units in the area. For clarity, members of the same household or living unit do not need to maintain six feet of separation from each other.