All branches of the Marin County Free Library will be closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day.

Feb 16, 2012
 I am so excited for BookFest! The festival, held at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco from Thursday, February 23 through Tuesday, February 28, features a stellar lineup of writers,...
Nancy Hemmingway and the new path
Feb 16, 2012
Thanks to the Community Projects Committee of the Inverness Garden Club, there's now a beautiful path winding along through the garden at the Inverness Library. The path has long been a dream of...
Feb 15, 2012
 New book reviewed on NPR - Fresh AirWhat We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank  by Nathan EnglanderIn What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank, Englander writes about his...
Feb 15, 2012
New book reviewed on NPRNo One Is Here Except All Of Us  by Ramona AusubelAusubel's debut, No One Is Here Except All of Us, is a work of magical realism.  When an isolated Jewish...
Feb 15, 2012
In honor of the 200th anniversary of Fort Ross, the Sonoma County Museum will present The Tsar’s Cabinet featuring more than 200 years of decorative arts under the Romanovs: http://ow.ly/94GPP...
Feb 15, 2012
                          Black History Month is the annual...
Feb 14, 2012
Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station had an art show called the Wild Book Show last Fall. This show is a fundraiser for the Gallery's Artist in the Schools program. I was very excited to...
Feb 14, 2012
OutsideAn exhibition by the Cedars of Marin Barn StudioFebruary 4- March 20Working in pencil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel and mixed media, the group exhibition by Barn artists focuses on the theme...
Feb 14, 2012
Celebrate Presidents Day by reading one of these new books about Presidents Lincoln and Washington:Killing Lincoln: the shocking assassination that changed America forever, by Bill O’Reilly...
Feb 14, 2012
Inspired by a post about a West Marin Librarian's adorable cat Chili, I wanted to share a bit about my dog Stanley. Age: TwoBreed: Puggle (Pug and Beagle)Nicknames: Stan the Man, Stanley...