February High Tide Warning

High Tides are coming again: Heavy storms can add a foot of water to these predicted tides. Flooded parking lots can total cars and also damage the wheels on shopping carts, so be prepared to move both cars and carts if high tides coincide with rain. Warn your guests! Read more

Documentary Film Series – Begins February 10

The Sausalito Library is presenting a series of documentaries with local historic significance. All films will be screened on Fridays at 7pm inside the Library. The series begins February 10 with a new documentary, “Soul of Sausalito,” from the Miwok Indians through a series of invasions — the Spanish, the Portuguese, the hippies and,... Read more

Herring Spawning Up Our Way

Although the commercial herring season got off to a slow start, the Department of Fish and Wildlife has reported that a herring spawn started over the weekend of January 15, primarily in the mooring field and the waters adjacent to Dunphy Park. The DFW noted that a moderate sized herring... Read more

Of the Sea – 2017 Sausalito Herring Celebration

Not the Usual Sausalito Herring Festival End of January is the time to celebrate our local herring! In a departure from the expected, this year’s Sausalito Herring event is a fundraiser for the Sausalito Community Boating Center (SCBC) at Cass Gidley Marina. The rain-or-shine outdoor festival, as we’ve come to know... Read more

Free E-waste Recycling – Saturday January 21

Organized by the Sausalito Sustainability Commission and Bay Cities Refuse Services, this is Sausalito’s 7th annual e-waste collection event. Last year 3,905 pounds of e-waste were recycled and, since this collection became an annual event, more than 25 tons of e-waste have been kept out of landfill. That’s impressive. The... Read more

Like a Cat – the 9 Lives of the Charles Van Damme

  From co-director of the Charles Van Damme Ferry Project, Judyth Greenburgh: We have many plans for 2017. Please come to our next Steering Crew Meeting. We are looking to create an official board – secretary, chair, treasurer, grant writer / fundraiser etc. Please invite anyone you think would be... Read more

The Bird Photographs of Richard Pavek

Special Event The Bird Photographs of Richard Pavek Friday, January 27 7:00 p.m. inside the Sausalito Library Using the big screen in the Library, Sausalito resident Richard Pavek [Yellow Ferry] will present a selection of his beautiful photographs of birds from around the world, some in flight others perched. He... Read more

Residents Plan to Join Woman’s March

Rusty Hendley of Main Dock and Malia Rudolf of Issaquah are recruiting floating homes residents and others to join a Women’s March on January 21 in San Francisco. The march is part of a national movement to unify and empower everyone who stands for human rights, civil liberties, and social... Read more

More King Tides Due in January

  As can be expected, extremely high tides will occur in January when the moon is closest to the earth. Flooded parking lots can total cars and also damage the wheels on shopping carts, so be prepared to move them if high tides coincide with rain. It’s not just some... Read more

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