New In Town

Keep abreast of new happenings in Marin, from shop openings to wellness innovations.
Photo by Jeffrey Cross (Heath)

 

SHOP

 

Marin native and San Rafael resident Lee Dumler opened Full Metal Cycles on Fourth Street in San Rafael, bringing custom, American-built two-wheelers and a gear shop to downtown. Formerly Kathleen Dughi Jeweler is now rebranded with a new name, Moonstruck Fine Jewelry, and continues to offer the same design, repair and refurbishing services in the same downtown Mill Valley space. Heath Ceramics’ new tableware line is bright and optimistic: matte canary yellow and electric blue-green tempered by earthy white sand. Thanks to new Heath glazing techniques, Pisces and Sunshine have a dip-dyed color-block look. The collection will was launched April 1.

 

 

ACTIVITIES

 

The long-running Camp EDMO summer program will expand its Bay Area presence with three new STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) and SEL (social emotional learning) offerings in 2019, in Novato, Petaluma and Santa Rosa.

 

 

WELLNESS

 

Corte Madera Town Center welcomes Modern Acupuncture, offering cosmetic and traditional versions of the therapy during mall hours.

 

Allegro MedSpa expanded its hours in Novato, bring non-surgical facial treatments and rejuvenations to the eastern end of Novato’s DeLong Ave.

 

PETS

 

Whether overnight or just for the afternoon, your pet will enjoy one-on-one doggie day care at The Tail Haven Hotel & Day Lounge in San Rafael.

 

 

New in Town is an ongoing bulletin on new businesses throughout the Bay Area. To be considered for future listings, email christina@marinmagazine.com.

 

 

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