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

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

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

Envisioning the Future of Marinship

There’s no shortage of opinions about Marinship’s future. It’s a hub of innovation, ingenuity and creativity with a strong maritime, artistic and civil rights history. The area between Bridgeway and the Bay from about Napa Street to just past Gate 5 Road, known as Marinship, is primarily industrial and waterfront... Read more

Fresh Local Produce at Marin City Market Day

The Marin City Community Services District is now hosting a Market Day each Tuesday featuring fresh local produce at below wholesale prices. Operating Tuesdays from 1:30-2:30, the open-air market is held in front of the senior center, 630 Drake Avenue at Phillips. Jane and I strolled over there to check it... Read more

Maritime Day Sat Aug 3

Galilee Harbor’s annual Maritime Day festivities for 2019 will be held on Saturday, August 3 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 300 Napa Street. This year’s celebration is also a tribute to long time harbor resident Steefenie Wicks and to Dorothy Gibson, who led discovery walks around Sausalito for years.... Read more

The Sinking of the Red Barge

  WHO: Charles Bush WHAT: Reads from his novel Houseboat Wars WHERE: Sausalito Library WHEN: July 9 at 7:00 p.m. Charles Bush is a former attorney who represented the waterfront dwellers during the County’s attempts to evict them in the 70s. He’s now written a novel based on those events,... Read more