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Located near the Barrett Community Center, Barrett Park is a local public park offering a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These amenities include baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, a playground, a picnic area, and community gardens.
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Bay Area Educational Theater Company provides comprehensive theater training in a family oriented, fun, safe, and nurturing environment while exposing participants and audiences to quality theatrical productions and theater arts.
As a historic Victorian farm, Ardenwood Historic Farm offers visitors a spacious area for walking among native plants. There are 99 species of birds on the farm, ranging from peacocks, to turkeys, to hummingbirds.
Specializing in modern dance, NewGround Theatre Dance Company offers a variety of dance classes that teach visitors meditative practices. In addition to dance, the company offers laughter yoga, drumming, and body casting classes.
Marin Summer Theater is a non-profit educational playhouse that instructs all aspects of show production for people ages 13-23. There are three shows presented every year and a benefit in a six week summer season.
Located on 2.6 acres of residential land, Laureola Park is a public park offering a variety of recreational amenities for guests to enjoy. These amenities include basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, a playground, picnic areas, and a recreation center.
Running alongside the banks of Alameda Creek, the Alameda Creek Regional Trail stretches 12 miles, from Niles Canyon to San Francisco Bay. The trail is suitable for running and biking, and motor vehicles are not allowed.