Historical Fiction
May 2, 2015
Are you a fan of historical fiction?  If so, check out this article from Booklist on its top 10 historical fiction picks for 2014-2015.  Most of the books are available in the Marin County...
Apr 1, 2015
The Marin County Free Library is very pleased to announce that the Marin County Board of Supervisors  has unanimously approved our recommendations to the MCFL fines and fees policy as presented...
National Poetry Month
Mar 25, 2015
National Poetry Month is the largest literary celebration in the world, with millions of poets and poetry-lovers celebrating poetry’s importance in their lives.  National Poetry Month was...
May 4, 2015
This installment: girls’ competitive swimming—what a nest of snakes (f); an Irish dysfunctional family in England, on CD (f); English/Indian culture clashes, with a psychological twist (...
Apr 30, 2015
3DPrint.com, a blog site that covers the 3D printing industry, covered a 3D print job that Etienne Douglas (Webstar Coordinator) designed and printed out for a Marin County firefighter.Here are some...
Apr 30, 2015
Noche de Plaza Bajo Las Estrellas durante el verano 2015cada miércoles por la tarde de 6-8pm. Del 27 de mayo al 26 de agosto. Ven y haz arte, o juega juegos, o disfruta de un show:27 De Mayo: Ethan...
Apr 27, 2015
This installment: historical novel set in London with a musical theme (f); a domestic drama in small-town Ontario (f); an off-beat, jazzy novel (f); loads of bad fortune for this two sisters (f); a...
Apr 25, 2015
Sí, lo escucho correctamente; las bibliotecas de (MCFL) Marin County Free Library ya no cobraran multas a  materiales de los niños/adolecentes que sean devueltos tarde. Las multas sólo son...
Apr 21, 2015
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr is the 2nd most requested book in Marin County Libraries.  Here are some other titles either set in World II or written in a similiar style to help...
Student art work
Apr 20, 2015
Be sure to come check out the amazing art show featuring works from Stinson Beach & Bolinas students (K through 8th grade) in the Library through May; it includes metal works, clay pieces, and...