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Center Road House
1649 Center Rd, Novato, CA 94947
Center Road House is a small assisted living home for the elderly. It features fewer than 10 bedrooms, a living room,More dining room, kitchen and garden. The facility provides daily meals and cleaning services. For more details, please call.
Rocky's Moving
1887 Marion Ave, Novato, CA 94945
Rocky's Moving is a family-owned and operated moving operation, serving individuals as well as commercial businesses inMore all of Marin County and beyond. It is available for moves daily, and it strives to make your experience as stress-free as possible. Rocky's Moving has large trucks able to accommodate any size move, with plenty of room for large items like a pianos or organs. In addition to typical moving services, the staff can also provide professional packing and help with your house projects, whether you're just moving furniture around or staging your home for an open house. For more information about the services and pricing, please call or visit Rocky's Moving online.
Impeccable Cleaning Service
212 Antoinette Ct, Novato, CA 94947
Impeccable Cleaning Service has a full team of maids who can make your home sparkle again. It will clean your kitchen,More bathrooms, living room and bedrooms, making sure to change the sheets, remove wall spots and vacuum under the beds. It also offers free estimates to customers so you can get a firm idea of what the services will cost. Impeccable Cleaning Service even has coupons on its website for 10% off the first visit, or 20% off the next house cleaning.
NTC, a.k.a. Novato Theater Company
3210 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, CA 94901

The Novato Theater Company, a fixture for more than 90 years under various names, settled into a new home in 2006More after several years of bouncing around from venue to venue, but it is hunting for a home again as of summer 2012.

And as it seeks a permanent venue, it is refering to itself as NTC to differentiate it from the effort to renovate the long-closed Novato Theater on Grant Avenue. Community theater company is unrelated to the nonprofit seeking to fix up and reopen the old movie house. 

NTC spent decades putting on shows at the venerable Novato Community House (built in 1924), but it was red-tagged by a fire marshal in 2004 for not being up to code. Rendered homeless, the troupe eventually struck a temporary deal with the owners of the Pacheco Plaza shopping center in Ignacio and entered into an updated contract in 2009. As of July 2012, the company moved out of the playhouse and is seeking a new home base, even looking outside of Novato. The shows go on, however, with several planned for a temporary location in San Rafael in fall 2012.

The group, which changed its name from the Novato Community Players in 2004, puts on top-quality shows with talent from the North Bay and beyond. It has a seven-member board of directors and dozens of regular performers, sponsors and annual subscribers. Each season has at least four plays or musicals that run for several weeks at a time, and other events are regularly held at the theater.

Check the company's website for a schedule of shows.

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