Bon Air is Greenbrae’s gathering place for shopping, dining, playing and relaxing. Choose from 50 specialty merchants, family-friendly restaurants and essential services conveniently located at the best shopping center in the heart of Marin. For 70 years, Bon Air’s welcoming outdoor spaces and spectacular Mt. Tam views have provided a sense of place for special events and the community. Local roots. Local spirit.
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Join us for the Bon Air Invitational Car Show on Saturday, October 14th. This free daylong festival showcases more than 100 vintage American vehicles – classic coupes, roadsters, trucks, family and muscle cars from Chevy, Ford, Cadillac, Pontiac, LaSalle, Mercury and more. Ranging from the 1912’s to the 1970’s and hand-selected for this event. Each car, some decked out with historic trinkets and gadgets, is in pristine condition thanks to meticulous care and maintenance. This sold-out invitational show has been carefully curated by the North Bay Car Committee. A longstanding group of car enthusiasts and Marin residents. Each year the committee adds new vehicles to keep the show fresh. This year participants are traveling from as far as Idaho, Nevada and Southern California.
Live music, entertainment for the little ones and sidewalk specials provide fun for the whole family. The Car Show takes place at the west end of the parking lot under the towering oak tree. Attendees are invited to stroll the lanes and meet with vehicle owners.
Trick-Or-Treat So Others Can Eat. Together with Mollie Stone’s and benefiting the SF Marin Food Bank, Bon Air kicks off our holiday food drive at our Halloween Bash! Bring non-perishable food items to the station in front of Mollie Stone’s Market in exchange for a trick-or-treat bag, then trick-or-treat at Bon Air shops and restaurants. Enjoy a pet parade and costume contest at Woodland Pets, a pet caricature artist, face painting and balloon twisting, and learn a “scary” dance with E.N.A! Along the Bon Air promenade.
Bon Air is a winter wonderland destination for one-stop shopping with special entertainment designed for the whole family. Santa Claus trades his sleigh and reindeer for a shiny, red fire engine (courtesy of the Central Marin Fire Department) for a noon arrival on December’s first three Saturdays. Take Santa photos with family, friends and pets. Children of all ages can pick up a Bon Air Santa Letter to write, draw, and color their wishes before dropping it into Santa’s mailbox. Candy canes for kids and dog treats for four-legged friends. In front of Mollie Stone’s Market.