Jan 10, 2012
Children in West Marin wait all year to catch a glimpse of the Coho Salmon swimming upstream, and right now is a very good time to see them. If you go with your parents or your class, be sure to pay...
Jan 10, 2012
What is so special about January 10th? Well January 10, 1946 was the first meeting of the United Nations, which is definitely special. However, this year January 10, 2012 happens to be the day that...
Jan 10, 2012
Enero nos trae festividades de diferentes culturas...En los Estados Unidos, celebramos el nacimiento de Martin Luther King Jr. en enero 15. King fue un pastor que encabezó el movimiento por los...
Jan 9, 2012
Thanks to everyone who voted for their favorite book read in 2011!  I've listed the winners below, with links to the library catalog. The warmth of other suns: the epic story of...
Jan 9, 2012
January, 2012 at the Fairfax Library--Come see the work of six local collage artists through the month of January in the Fairfax Meeting Room Gallery. The wonderfully eclectic works of Beverlee...
Jan 7, 2012
This is the last week for  a wonderful show of Mary Tuthill Lindheim's work. Mary was a masterful sculptor, ceramist and jewelry maker. She was a creative person in every sense of the word...
Jan 7, 2012
'Til Dawn sings Something's got a hold on me at the Corte Madera Library 40th birthday celebration. Check out their newest CD: Crescendo
Jan 6, 2012
Happy Birthday Arthur Ransome!  January 8thBest known for his series Swallows and Amazons (also the title of the first book), Arthur Ransome was born on January 8, 1884.  This series has...
Jan 5, 2012
Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions to put your financial house in order?  If so, the  library can help with books and databases.   For books, the subject heading  ...
Jan 5, 2012
There's currently a display of photos by West Marin photographer Elaine Mossberger Straub at the Jack Mason Museum, adjacent to the Inverness Library. The display commemorates the...