Events in Marin: January 2023

Becky Wiegand - MALT

By Becky Wiegand, Manager, Digital Communications

December 20, 2022

With the new year upon us, we want to share the variety of events and activities in Marin in January where you can get outside and enjoy a fresh start to a bright 2023!

Check out the sections below, where you can find ways to give back through volunteering, ways to connect at local makers’ and farmers’ markets, and opportunities to be out on the land.

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Volunteer Opportunities

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Hikes, Walks, and Nature Talks

Marin's Farmers' Market Vendor

Farmers’ Markets, Fairs, and Family Fun!

Please double check details at the links above before venturing out, as MALT is not the hosting organization of the events listed here. Dates, times, fees, or restrictions may change. 

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