Summer Activities

Let's face it. Summer is a challenge for our community. Our kids may or may not be able to attend summer camps. And while organizations like Summer Ade can help out for a week, summer's long, lazy days can be hard to fill.

Nikki Miller has started a list of possible activities to consider. We've done many of these things, and can say that it can be even more fun if you put together a group. DSE is not organizing events, but if you want to reach out to other parents and caregivers, do so via our email chat service.

Here's Nikki's list - if you want to add to it, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Oakland / SF Zoo (caregivers get in FREE)
  • Diiscovery Museum (get passes at your local library)
  • Train Town (near Sonoma Square)
  • Howarth Park (Santa Rosa)
  • Great America (South Bay)
  • Trains and planes - head to SF, ride buses, or trains. Head to airport to watch planes.
  • Ferry to San Francisco - Larkspur to Ferry Building, grab lunch, walk around, come home.
  • Flat hikes -
  • Beach (wheelchairs can be reserved. Heres the link for local beaches -
  • Picnic at the local park
  • Water park in Terra Linda (near Kaiser)
  • Farmer's Market
  • Gyms
  • Field trip to SF - Exploratorium, Academy of Science
  • Golden Gate Park
  • Music?
  • Movies
  • Swim parties (many of us have pools) 
  • Tours: Cowgirl Creamery or other cheese maker's

Great Things to Come at the TRC!

Look for announcements this spring about our grand re-opening of the Technology Resource Center of Marin. 

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Thank You!

Our 2017 Prius Raffle raised over $60,000 for special education programs!

Congratulations to this year's winner, Chris Enbon, of San Anselmo.

Special thanks to everybody at Toyota Marin and to the Price Family for fully donating our 12th Prius.

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For Solana

We honor Solana Henneberry, who inspired students, helped create the Technology Resource Center and championed access to education. Contribute towards an inscription on our water sculpture, Community, at the Village at Corte Madera