Seniors are Especially Vulnerable in a Fire

Last October’s firestorms claimed 44 victims and the majority were elderly. Statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration confirm that people ages 85 or older have the highest fire death rate (39.5%). They are four times more likely to die in a fire than the general population. Professionals emphasize that planning... Read more

Show Your Stuff at Art Exhibit

Art lifts the spirits whether you are making it, looking at it or dreaming about it! Don’t miss the opportunity to exhibit your creative endeavors at the Sausalito Village 7th Annual Art Exhibit. If you are a member or volunteer (of SV or CARSS) or want to be, please let... Read more

FHA Day in the Park: Music, Pet Parade & Life Afloat

You’re invited: The second annual FHA Day in the Park is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20! The free and family-friendly party will feature live music by talented residents, including Nother Mother Brothers. The Bubble Man returns, and Davey Jones will be making soup! Bring your own... Read more

Love is In the Air – Oct 6

At 2 p.m. October 6, somewhere above the Golden Gate Bridge, there will be a countdown. “Ten, nine…three, two, one!” For The Heart Of San Francisco celebration a skywriting plane will draw a giant heart above the Golden Gate Bridge. Large and small vessels, flying hearts and flowers, will sail... Read more

City Wide Yard Sale Oct 5

Saturday, October 5 is the date of this year’s City Wide Yard Sale. This free event runs from 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. at the MLK parking lot and basketball courts.Over 80 booths will display re-purposed treasures for sale. Sausalito residents and non-residents may still reserve booths ranging from $15 – $31... Read more

Neighbors Help Build Museum Exhibit

A few floating home neighbors are volunteering up in Petaluma at the pre-build for an exhibit to open at the Oakland Museum in October. It is Temple by David Best and Crew, which will be at the Museum’s exhibition entitled “No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man.” We’ve been working... Read more

A Stone Sat Still – Oct 3 & 5

In our hurry hurry world, Brendan Wenzel gives us a beautiful opportunity to slow down. A Stone Sat Still is the story of an ordinary rock, one that we might not give a second glance. But to the animals that use it, it’s a resting place, a kitchen, a safe... Read more

Norman Carlin Memorial Sept 28

Norman Carlin, long term Liberty Dock resident known for decades as Norman the Plumber, died on September 4. His son Joey reported: “While having dinner with his girlfriend and another friend he was short of breath and he collapsed; he most likely had a heart attack. He was taken to... Read more

Sausalito Has a Bookstore – Again

Sausalito has a long history of great bookstores. The Tides, which opened in 1957, became a model for the concept of bookstore as hangout. Locals spent hours drinking coffee at its tables. It’s successor, Upstart Crow & Co., lasted a few years but eventually succumbed to a one-two combination: the surge... Read more

Coastal Cleanup 2019: Butts Still Worst Offender

Twenty people filled more than 19 bags of trash and recycling along our shoreline from Kappas Green to Commodore on Coastal Cleanup Day 2019. Among the unusual items found were goggles, a stinky cooler, a rusted bicycle, candles, and three license plates. The group gathered approximately 175 pounds of trash.... Read more