Hugs are free. So are smiles. Sometimes coffee is… if someone buys it for you. Hey, what if you bought a coffee for someone today? Or lunch? Or a glass of wine? Today is World Kindness Day, so it’s the perfect time to pop in to these local spots and treat someone. After all, sharing is caring and caring is kind.
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Celebrate the holiday season at the annual Enjoy Mill Valley Winterfest, one of our community's most heartwarming events of the year, on Sunday, Dec. 8, 11am-5pm in the Downtown Plaza. This free holiday event draws families and friends from throughout Mill Valley and all over Marin to immerse themselves in the holiday spirit, complete with the midday arrival of Santa on a Mill Valley Fire truck. In addition to the jaw-droppingly large rainbow slide, a jumpee house and an array of activities and games for children, the event also boasts delicious, free sips and bites from fantastic local restaurants like Piazza D'Angelo, Good Earth Natural Foods, Super Duper Burger, Equator Coffees, Vitality Bowls and Brooklyn! The Incredible lineup of live music and dance features Performing Arts Academy of Marin, Marin Conservatory of Dance, Tam High Holiday Ensemble, Happy Feet Dance School, Rock the Ages, Natalia Betzler & Noah Chann, Roco Dance and Singers Marin, as well as Mayoral Welcome from Mayor Jim Wickham and a Holiday Tree Lighting at the conclusion of the event at 5pm. There will also be donation stations for unwrapped toy donations for the Toys for Tots program and the Performing Stars of Marin via the Mill Valley Fire Department and warm coats for One Warm Coat.
Sun, Dec 8, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
(4.5 stars) Here's the scoop: DIY açaí bowls! 1. Pick your size: S M L on the touch screen, and pay first. Apple Pay is accepted. 2. Head to the counter. Pick your bases: açaí, matcha, pitaya, activated coconut charcoal, chia pudding, steel cut oats, over night oats. 1-2 should suffice for a small. 3. Top it off with unlimited toppings. I got the small with chia seed pudding and pitaya (dragon fruit) as the b... Continue reading
Why yes, we can be satisfied here in the Bay Area with a plant-based diet. As a Vegan in San Francisco, these are the restaurants I frequent the most. All of these restaurants should pass the muster for even the most discerning Vegan food critic. Each option will either list “everything Vegan” or list “Vegan friendly.” Do you have a dinner party with a mixed bag of diets? “Vegan friendly” restaurants will certainly do the job to please everybody.
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