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

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

Brigade Lights Up Sausalito–Marin City Tunnel

Saturday Dec 16, as winter light gave over to darkness, two bands of civic-minded citizens met and merged in the pedestrian tunnel connecting Marin City to Sausalito. On any given day the walkway beneath Highway 101 is a dimly lit—if not threatening—passageway. The 5’2″ high metal bars that run the length... Read more

Sausalito Waterfront Poet Reads at the Library

Moondrifter Reverie — Please join us in the City Hall Council Chambers on Thursday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. for a reading by Sausalito waterfront poet Keith Emmons, author of the new poetry collection Moondrifter Reverie. A cum laude graduate of Harvard College, Keith lived for ten years in the Waldo... Read more

Back to the 40s for FHA Tour      

Lots of folks joined in the theme of our September 30 Tour, “Homefront on the Waterfront,” by coming in vintage outfits, or dressing like workers at Marinship 75 years ago.  Attendees, volunteers, Lindy dancers, and vintage vehicle owners all added to the spirit of a beautiful day. Lindy Dancers—2017 Tour... Read more

Oct 1: Summer Fades – Love Remains

All eyes will be on the Golden Gate Bridge this coming Sunday—October 1 from 2 to 5 p.m.—in anticipation of a final ode to the Summer of Love. As reported recently in the MarinIJ—view the full article: Summer of Love skywriting tribute planned at Golden Gate …a skywriter is set to... Read more

Tour Offers Full Day of Fun

In addition to the 15 homes that will be open on September 30, we’ve planned a full schedule of other pleasures for attendees at our 32nd Floating Homes Tour. Talented resident artists and authors will display works for sale: Katy Boyd, Katharine Butler, Marc Gounard, Teddie Hathaway, Laurie Mills, Ric... Read more

It’s Back to the 40s for FHA Tour

“Good evening Mr. and Mrs. America and all the ships at sea” . . . The September 30 Floating Homes Tour will be a time-warp visit back to the 1940s, commemorating the 75th anniversary of Marinship, the WWII shipyard that gave rise to our community. Themed “Homefront on the Waterfront,”... Read more

Maritime Day – Galilee Harbor – Aug 5

What: 37th Annual Maritime Day Where: 300 Napa Street  |  Galilee Harbor When: SATURDAY AUG 5 – 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Maritime Day is an all-day celebration of boat building, the arts and community spirit, with music, food and activities for all ages. Musical acts include Jeffrey Halford & the... Read more