Turning the Tide – Documentary Film – Jan 26

The first of Sausalito Library’s 2018 Sausalito Documentary Films: Turning the Tide: Saving Richardson Bay – Friday, January 26 at 7pm inside the Sausalito Library. Through interviews, archival photographs and video, Turning the Tide (2006, 60 minutes) tells the story of a pivotal event in the history of Richardson Bay: the dramatic community... Read more

Sausalito e-Waste Collection – Sat Jan 27

Annual E-Waste Collection Event. The City of Sausalito’s annual e-waste collection event returns to the City Hall parking lot on Saturday, January 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Residents are encouraged to bring old and worn out electronic equipment to the parking lot, which may be entered off of Bee... Read more

The 2018 Sausalito Documentary Film Series

The Sausalito Documentary Film Series is an annual event at the Sausalito Library that highlights films that are about Sausalito or made by a Sausalito filmmaker. The film series takes place inside the Library on consecutive Friday evenings during the winter, when light from the Library’s tall windows is at a... Read more

History of Herring in Richardson’s Bay

The annual run of herring off our shores is a phenomenon that’s come and gone over the past half-century. Here’s how Marin This Month Magazine described the annual herring frenzy in January 1960: Fish, fowl and the people of Marin will enjoy on various levels of ecstasy the annual herring... Read more

Sun Jan 28 – 6th Annual Herring Celebration

SAVE THE DATE! Sunday January 28, 2018—The 6th Annual SCBC Herring Celebration—at the Bay Model. See a great film, and enjoy tasty herring dishes from Sausalito restaurants—all while supporting the Sausalito Community Boating Center (SCBC). This year features the Emmy Award-winning film Sonic Sea, and lively music from The Fishwives. From the... Read more

A Look Back – 2017 Environmental Posts

Looking back over 2017 it’s clear the FHA Environmental Committee supports individual actions and choices—with posts addressing alternatives to herbicides for weed management, oyster shell recycling, and invasive plant species removal—alongside the bigger picture of sea level rise. To read a post, click the link/story title.  For 2018 expect more... Read more

Book Reading at the Library – Thursday Jan 18

Join Janna Barkin at the Library—7 p.m. in Council Chambers Thursday Jan 18—for a reading, discussion and signing of her book, He’s Always Been My Son. Written with warmth and humor, He’s Always Been My Son reminds us to accept others for who they are, and will support, educate and... Read more

Gate 6-1/2 Celebrates the Life of John Polivka

John Polivka, a resident of Gate 6 1/2 for over 20 years, passed away over the holidays after a brave struggle with cancer. John owned three boats on the dock, which will be sold by real estate agent Howard Myers. Neighbors gathered on the evening of January 1 to celebrate... Read more

A Look Back – 2017 Dock & Community News

There were a lot of dock and community news stories in 2017, some of which deserve a 2nd look—to read a post, click the link/story title—posts about those no longer with us (either departed or having moved away), celebrations, expressions of creativity and reminders of what makes our community unique. ... Read more

Moondrifter Reverie

Keith Emmons, who lived as an anchor-out for ten years in the 1970s, is a poet and storyteller who has written numerous observations of that Utopian civic experience. In 1972, Keith and his fiancé were living in Oakland and planning a summer trip back East. They gave up their apartment... Read more