Vallejo Exhbition at Bolinas Museum

The Bolinas Museum is presenting an exhibit entitled “Ship of Dreams: Artists, Poets, and Visionaries of the S.S. Vallejo (1949 – 1969).” This is the same exhibit that appeared at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Arts last April. On Saturday, February 16 Betsy Stroman, the author of “The Art and... Read more

Age-Friendly Marin Survey

Marin residents age 60 and older and those working with older adults are encouraged to take the Age-Friendly County Marin survey. I took the survey myself and question 4 allowed me to indicate that I live on a floating home. As FHA emergency services chair Flo Hoylman points out, “Our... Read more

Herring Celebration Jan 27

The Annual Sausalito Community Boating Center Herring Festival will feature lively music by the sea shanty quartet The Fishwives and a herring inspired lunch prepared by some of Sausalito’s finest restaurateurs. The Sunday, January 27 event, at the Bay Model, will also present two showings of the film “Blue Serengeti,”... Read more

Farewell to Robin

Robin Sweeny, Sausalito’s first woman mayor and one-time owner of the ark Mayflower near Main Dock, died last month at 93. During her 28 years on the city council Robin ended up serving as mayor four times. She first moved to Sausalito in 1953 and raised her family on a... Read more

Open Studios & Holiday Art Party – Dec 1 & 2

                    The holiday season kicks off with 2 events by our artistic neighbors over on Gate 5 Road. Tracey Kessler, and other featured artists, invite you to an Open Studio at Beyond the Wave Gate, while Gate Five Clay Studio is throwing a Holiday... Read more

“Reality Check” in Marinship Studios

Marinship Studios on Gate 5 Road is presenting a solo exhibition by textile artist Akari Uragami. Akari’s work is distinguished by her interests in patterns and cloth as a mode of examining the internal and external tensions of flesh. In 2017 she began producing a body of work while traveling... Read more

Sunny, Fun Day in the Park

The FHA Day in the Park was sunny and nearly windless, attracting about 90 people out for a beautiful Sunday afternoon of soup, music, and conversation. Davey Jones, Shoshana and Maria Finn started cooking up two large pots of soup at 10 a.m., and the aroma of lentil, ham and... Read more

Mysterious Disappearance

A floating home resident recently donated these two chairs and table for the community and public’s enjoyment at the end of the jetty in the public park. The table was the first to go, then the chair covers. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they were miraculously returned for all to... Read more