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

Check Presented to The Center for Excellence

Last month’s Artists@Issaquah Art Show and Sale was free, but visitors were asked to drop a few dollars in donation jars for Marin City school arts programs. This week, organizers were pleased to present a check for $500 to The Center for Excellence. Bayside-Martin Luther King Jr. Academy provides K-8... Read more

Sausalito Village Calls for Artists

All Sausalito Village members and volunteers are invited to submit an entry for the 2018 Art Exhibit at the Library, which will run from November 11, 2018 until January 6, 2019. Accepted media include painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, fiber art, glass, ceramic and mixed media. This year the Exhibit will... Read more

Artist Communities

Did you know there is a working artist community right in our backyard? We all know of the ICB building but did you know Varda Landing is thriving as it did right after the war with many interesting and talented artists. Tracey Kessler, a painter along with the clay collective... Read more

CARSS Needs Volunteer Drivers

Call a Ride for Sausalito Seniors (CARSS) was founded in 2015 as a result of the hard work of the City’s Age Friendly Task Force. After surveying the community, the task force developed a plan prioritizing the needs of aging residents, and local transportation was at the top of the... Read more

Galilee Maritime Day August 4

The annual free celebration at Galilee Harbor takes place on Saturday, August 4 in the area at the foot of Napa Street. From 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the day will feature exhibits of historic vessels, boat rides, dinghy races and a marine flea market. If you have marine items... Read more

Anchor-Out Artist Wins Best of Show

Well-known Sausalito artists Stephen Ehret and his painting partner Jennifer Fearon won Best of Show at the Marin County Fair for their collaborative painting “Blue Mind.” According to Sausalito Currents: Stephen Ehret has been a fixture around the docks of Sausalito for many years. The artist and musician lives on... Read more

Final Gates Co-op Moves and New Park

People with dogs, parents with strollers, kids on bikes, and tourists are loving the new park at Waldo Point Harbor. Benches abound for people to sit, and clear signs saying “Public Shore Access” indicate the public parking spaces. Standing on the new viewing pier off the park, it’s easy to... Read more

Understanding Gender Identity

Janna Barkin and her husband Gabriel and are coming up on their one-year anniversary on A Dock. On Thursday, June 6, she will be speaking in City Hall on Understanding Gender Identity, based on her book He’s Always Been My Son. Here’s a brief excerpt from the introduction to the book:... Read more

Flashback to the Vallejo

In 1969, Jim Gibbons dropped out of college and headed west, ending up in Sausalito, where he joined other dropouts living free on the water during the 1970s era of “sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll.” Now he has written a book about his adventures, in Sausalito and elsewhere, entitled... Read more