Lions Club President

David Kunhardt cleaning out

Ethel's gutters...

FREE Home Repairs!

Cammie Dingwall and her green thumb happily perform some chores in the garden.


Cammie Dingwall (L) and Lisa Pasquinelli (R) came to the aid of Jan Shaw (center)

Jim Costello lends a helping hand to  Barbara Mahony

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Pauline Angleman, now 108 years old, is in much better shape than her 28 year old dryer!

Age-Friendly partners with Rotary Sunrise

and Corte Madera Lions Club to provide

free home repairs and minor household tasks.

Check the website for the next date.


The Annual Senior Fair held at the Corte Madera Community Center on May 28, 2015 drew a record crowd.  28 vendors participated, providing information of the many programs and services in Marin County available to those 55 and over. 

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Have you heard of a DEATH CAFE?  The first Death Cafe originated in East London, England in 2011 with the purpose of increasing awareness of death with a view to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. Death Cafes are now found throughout the world. Learn more about this social concept at . 



The SURVEY results are in and we're already implementing your recommendations! 

In response to many of your requests, the Town has lengthened the  pedestrian crossing times at the crosswalk at San Clemente/Redwood Hwy and the Macy's parking lot at The Village as well as the intersection on Tamalpais Drive by the Community Center.  

Also, the new signal boxes display the countdown time to enhance pedestrian safety. 

We also have a Seniors Program Coordinator to exclusively serve our seniors.

COMING SOON!  Age-Friendly Corte Madera is thrilled to announce our partnership with the Central Marin Police Authority to implement the wellness-check program for seniors. ​​