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News from the City of Sausalito

Stories for the Week of July 22, 2022

Advisory Committee to Review Preliminary Draft of Housing Element

Housing Element Advisory Committee
The Housing Element Advisory Committee in session on May 23
The Housing Element Advisory Committee (HEAC) will meet on July 25 to review a preliminary draft of the City's 2023-31 Housing Element. A second meeting to continue the review will be held in early August.

For its 2023-31 Housing Element, Sausalito has been tasked with identifying sites that could accommodate 724 new housing units. For the previous eight-year cycle, that number was 79. The City of Sausalito's appeal of its allocation for this cycle was denied.

The HEAC Review Draft Housing Element consists of a Housing Plan and a Background Report. There are also seven appendices covering topics required by state law. Links to the documents appear below, along with a staff memo and an updated schedule of meetings and deliverables.

The appendices include a draft inventory of "opportunity sites" for new housing in Sausalito. The sites were approved for inclusion in the Draft Housing Element by vote of the City Council on June 14. Sites on the list will also be included in the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Housing Element.

At the meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 25, the members of HEAC will be asked to provide input on the following topics:
  • Housing Plan: Do the goals, policies, and programs in the Housing Plan adequately address Sausalito's housing needs and priorities?
  • Housing Inventory: HEAC is not requested to make significant changes to the list of sites at this time, as the sites are undergoing review for the Draft Environmental Impact Report. However, HEAC members will be asked to consider site 100 at 66 Marion Avenue, which was incorrectly identified in documents prepared for the City Council on June 14.
  • Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: Are there fair housing issues or concerns not reflected in Chapter VI of the Background Report?
  • 2015-2023 Housing Element: Did the City make progress on its 5th cycle programs that was not reported in Chapter VII of the Background Report? Were there other housing-related actions the City took during the 5th cycle that should be highlighted?
The meeting on July 25 will be held via Zoom and broadcast live via webcast. Information on attending the Zoom meeting and providing public comment can be found on the meeting agenda. Written public comment may be sent to heac@sausalito.gov.

Once edits are made to the Draft Housing Element based on input from HEAC, a Public Review Draft Housing Element will be published for consideration during a 30-day review period. A virtual town hall meeting will be held during the review period to gather community feedback.

To avoid penalties, Sausalito's 2023-31 Housing Element must be adopted by the City Council and found by the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to be in conformance with state law within 120 days of January 31, 2023. It will be at the Council's discretion to add or remove sites or adjust site capacity up until the formal adoption and submission of the Housing Element.
 
VIEW THE AGENDA FOR THE HEAC MEETING ON JULY 25
READ THE HEAC DRAFT HOUSING ELEMENT [28 MB]
VIEW THE APPENDICES TO THE HEAC DRAFT HOUSING ELEMENT [5 MB]
READ THE STAFF MEMO FOR THE JULY 25 MEETING
VIEW THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS AND DELIVERABLES
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2023-31 HOUSING ELEMENT UPDATE

Incident Report: Highway 101 Brush Fire

Brush Fire Along Highway 101
Smoke and flames along Highway 101 on July 18, as seen from a hillside in Marin City
Aftermath of Brush Fire
Firefighters monitor the site in the aftermath of the brush fire
A brush fire next to Highway 101 in Sausalito on July 18 was quickly brought under control by firefighters from the Southern Marin Fire District, but not before scorching an embankment separating the highway from Anchorage Road.

The fire began at approximately 3:00 p.m. and is believed to have been ignited by a piece of hot metal that broke off from a vehicle's brake or exhaust system.

Deputies from the Marin County Sheriff briefly began evacuating residences in the area, but rescinded the order once firefighters arrived on scene and determined that the fire was not an immediate threat.

Forward progress of the fire was halted by 4:00 p.m., with full containment by 7:15 p.m.

Southern Marin Fire would like to remind everyone to be prepared to evacuate in the event of a wildfire, particularly if you live near open space. Make a plan, gather and organize supplies, and be prepared to evacuate on foot, if necessary.
 
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SOUTHERN MARIN FIRE DISTRICT
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF ANCHORAGE ROAD

SF Marathon Coming to Alexander Avenue on Morning of July 24

Marathon Route
The path of the marathon on the Marin side of the Golden Gate Bridge
The San Francisco Marathon will be held on Sunday, July 24. This year's course features a 4-mile loop on the Marin side of the Golden Gate Bridge, with runners proceeding down Alexander Avenue to East Road, then back to the bridge via Fort Baker.

The 26.2-mile race begins at 5:30 a.m. on the Embarcadero at Mission Street. The time limit is six hours.

Vehicle traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge will remain open in both directions throughout the event, but the Alexander Avenue exit from northbound Highway 101 will be closed from approximately 5:00 to 9:30 a.m. During this time, Alexander Avenue will be open to Fort Baker traffic only.

Directional signs on northbound Highway 101 will encourage visitors to Sausalito to use the Sausalito/Marin City exit while the closures are in effect.
 
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON
VIEW THE COURSE MAP FOR THE MARATHON

City Council on Summer Break Until August 30

City Hall
The City Council is currently on its annual summer break. Unless there is need for a special meeting, the Council will next meet on Tuesday, August 30.

After the August meeting, there will be seven more regular meetings before the end of 2022, including a meeting scheduled on November 8, the same day that Sausalito voters will select candidates to fill two open seats on the City Council.

Sausalito Currents will also take a summer hiatus after July 29, with regular weekly editions resuming on August 26. Special editions of Currents will be emailed to all subscribers in the event of breaking news that cannot wait until late August.
 
VIEW CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDAS AND VIDEO ARCHIVES

News from the City, County, and State

Nevada Street Project. The City of Sausalito will begin its Safe Pathways to School Nevada Street Traffic Calming Project on Monday, July 25. Work will take place on Nevada Street between Bridgeway and the Lincoln Drive intersection.

The Nevada Street project was awarded to Always Paving, Inc. by the City Council on June 14, 2022, and is funded by a grant from Safe Pathways to Schools and Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.

The project includes pavement rehabilitation, striping, pavement markings, traffic signs, crosswalks, and the installation of curb ramps at the intersection of Nevada and Tomales streets.

The work will require lane and sidewalk closures. No Parking signs will be posted in affected areas.

The most disruptive portion of the project is expected to last approximately three weeks, with permanent pavement markings to be installed after a pause of one or two weeks. Always Paving and City staff will make every reasonable effort to minimize disruption.

While in the area, please observe traffic control signs and watch for construction personnel, pedestrians, and bicycles.
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE PROJECT AREA
Sewer Line Upgrades. Hardiman Construction will be performing sanitary sewer line upgrades at locations in Sausalito through approximately August 5.

Work at the Girard Avenue/Locust Street intersection and the Bonita Street/Locust Street intersection is scheduled to take place through July 27. Construction will then move to Girard Avenue between Johnson and Pine streets through August 5.

Hardiman Construction will post road closure signs a minimum of 48 hours in advance of starting work in an area. As always, please take special care in and around construction zones, whether you are driving, walking, or cycling. Any questions may be directed to Hardiman Construction at (415) 924-2555.
LEARN MORE ABOUT SEWER MAINTENANCE IN SAUSALITO
Mask Up. New variant data from Marin County Public Health reinforces the current recommendation to wear a high quality, well-fitting mask in indoor public settings to protect against COVID-19 infection.

Given current rates of COVID-19 among people tested in Marin hospitals, an estimated 5 percent, or 1 in 20 Marin County residents are currently infected.

The table below shows the estimated likelihood of being exposed to COVID-19 virus in gatherings of various sizes in Marin as of July 2022:
 
Number of people present Likelihood at least one person is infected
10 40%
25 72%
50 92%
100 98%

Marin Public Health does not intend to institute a local mask mandate. Instead, health authorities are providing information to guide community members' choices based on the risks they face, recognizing the protection high quality masks provide.

Upgrading to a KN95, N95, or KF94 mask helps protect the wearer from inhaling the virus and becoming infected. These higher quality masks form a seal around the nose and mouth, filtering airborne particles that could be inhaled. Cloth masks offer limited protection against highly infectious variants when community case rates are high.
READ THE NEWS RELEASE FROM MARIN PUBLIC HEALTH
Last Call for Award Nominations. City of Sausalito partner organization Sausalito Beautiful is seeking nominations for its annual Beautification Awards, which recognize businesses and commercial property owners in Sausalito or Marin City that have greatly improved the aesthetics of our community's public spaces.

For 2022, there will be six winners in the following categories: Best Secret Garden, Best Street/Corridor, Best Community Effort, Best Store/Business Front, Best Parklet, and Best City Project. For the first time, Sausalito Beautiful will present a $500 grand prize to the overall winner.

Please complete a brief online form to nominate your favorites before July 31. Past recipients have included the living walls at Mollie Stone's, the Bay Model Native Plant Garden, Sausalito Gourmet Deli, and Sushi Ran.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS
Power Shutoff Alerts. If you signed up for public safety power shutoff (PSPS) notifications prior to June 2022 for an address where you are not an account holder, PG&E would like you to re-enroll to continue receiving notifications through June 2023. With wildfire season upon us, this would also be a good time to begin using the program or sign up additional addresses.

Address alerts might be right for you if:
  • You want to know about a PSPS at your work, school, or other important location.
  • You are a tenant and do not have a PG&E account.
  • You need to stay informed about a PSPS affecting a friend or loved one.
  • Multiple members of your household want to be notified.
Customers and non-account holders can sign up for any number of address alerts.

PG&E customers will automatically be enrolled to receive PSPS notifications for any home or business for which they have an account. Customers are encouraged to keep their contact information up to date with PG&E so they can be notified if their specific location will be impacted.
SIGN UP FOR PSPS ALERTS FOR NON-ACCOUNT HOLDERS
Run for City Council. The nomination period to run for City Council began on July 18. To be eligible, a candidate must be a registered voter living within Sausalito city limits. Candidates must also follow these steps to qualify for the ballot:
  • Request nomination papers: Nomination papers are available by appointment from City Clerk Serge Avila at savila@sausalito.gov or (415) 289-4165.
  • Fill out nomination papers: In order to qualify, candidates must gather the signatures of not less than 20 nor more than 30 registered voters in Sausalito.
  • File nomination papers: Nomination papers must be filed by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 12.
The incumbents for the election are Jill Hoffman and Susan Cleveland-Knowles. If at least one of the two incumbents has not filed by 5:00 p.m. on August 12, the nomination period will be extended to Wednesday, August 17 for non-incumbents only.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO CITY COUNCIL
Chili Chefs Wanted. Registration is now open to participate as a chef in the 43rd annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, September 24. Teams will compete in three contest categories: Judges' Choice, People's Choice, and Best Booth. This year's theme will be announced in mid-August.

There is no cost for chefs to enter the cook-off, but teams will need to make at least 15 gallons of chili, and cooking must be done on-site. Chefs will be given $50 compensation for supplies.

Chefs are encouraged to register by August 26 to get their team listed on the commemorative apron. Two aprons will be given to each booth.

Any questions about the Chili Cook-Off may be directed to Kathleen Knighton at recadmin@sausalito.gov or (415) 289-4152.
REGISTER AS A CHEF FOR THE CHILI COOK-OFF
4th of July T-Shirts. If you didn't get a chance to buy this year's 4th of July t-shirt, Sausalito Parks and Recreation is ordering another batch. T-shirts are white and short sleeved with a funky design by Charlie Franco of the Montag Press Collective. The cost is $20, and sizes range from small to XXL. The deadline to place an order is Friday, July 29.
ORDER A 4TH OF JULY T-SHIRT FROM SAUSALITO PARKS AND RECREATION
Sausalito and Marin City in the News. Below is a sampling of news stories about Sausalito and Marin City that appeared in local, regional, and national media over the past week. Links to articles requiring a paid subscription have been omitted, but some sites may require users to disable their ad blockers.
SEARCH GOOGLE NEWS FOR RECENT STORIES ABOUT SAUSALITO AND MARIN CITY

Updates from Boards and Commissions

Housing Element Advisory Committee. The mission of the Housing Element Advisory Committee (HEAC) is to provide guidance on the update to the City's Housing Element, a component of the General Plan that establishes policies to ensure a private market response in providing adequate housing, particularly for people in low- and moderate-income categories.

Previous Meeting. The Housing Element Advisory Committee held a regular meeting on May 23. At the meeting, the committee members finalized a list of draft opportunity sites for review by the City Council on June 14. Watch the video recording of the meeting

Upcoming meeting. The next meeting of the Housing Element Advisory Committee will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 25. The meeting will focus on a review of the HEAC Draft Housing Element prepared by City staff and consultants. Links to meeting documents can be found on the meeting agenda, which includes details on accessing the meeting via Zoom and providing public comment. The meeting will also be broadcast live via webcast.

Any questions about the Housing Element Advisory Committee may be directed to the Community Development Department at cdd@sausalito.gov. Correspondence to the committee may be sent to heac@sausalito.gov.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HOUSING ELEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Programs and Events for Our Community

Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 22 with a blues performance by the Bait and Switch Blues Band. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations. Representatives from the City's Sustainability Commission will also have a table at the event to share information about recycling and sustainability projects in Sausalito.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Dancing at the MLK Gym. All are welcome to drop in for 90 minutes of dancing at the MLK Gym from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. every Sunday, including Sunday, July 24. These sessions are free to residents of Sausalito and the 94965 ZIP code and $10 for nonresidents. For more information, please contact James Cavenaugh at jcavenaugh@mac.com. The MLK Gym is located at 610 Coloma Street, adjacent to MLK Park.
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF THE MLK GYM
San Francisco Marathon. This year's San Francisco Marathon will be held on Sunday, July 24. The course features a 4-mile loop on the Marin side of the Golden Gate Bridge, with runners proceeding down Alexander Avenue to East Road, then back to the bridge via Fort Baker. Vehicle traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge will remain open in both directions throughout the event, but the Alexander Avenue exit from northbound Highway 101 will be closed from approximately 5:00 to 9:30 a.m. During this time, Alexander Avenue will be open to Fort Baker traffic only.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2022 SAN FRANCISCO MARATHON
Film Screening. The Sausalito Working Waterfront Coalition will screen the new documentary A Tour of Sausalito's Marinship - A Working Waterfront at Risk at Campbell Hall at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 24. The film provides a point-in-time tour as told by the Marinship's mariners, artists, fabricators, craftsmen, and educators and will give you a glimpse into the innovation and creativity that is hidden in plain sight at our working waterfront. Please reserve a seat if you plan to attend. Campbell Hall is located at 70 Santa Rosa Avenue. Attendees are encouraged to arrive 10 minutes early.
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF CAMPBELL HALL
Sing-Along and Concert. The Sausalito Woman's Club and Sausalito Village are pleased to present a sing-along and concert at Campbell Hall from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 25. This month's theme of "Broadway and Movie Tunes — Now and Then" will be hosted by Maria Paterno and Ciji Ware, with Andy Dudnick on piano. Campbell Hall is located at 70 Santa Rosa Avenue in Sausalito. Please RSVP if you plan to attend. All are welcome.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SING-ALONG AND RSVP
Peaceful Death: Another Option. Physician-assisted suicide is legal in California, but some people desiring a death with dignity don't meet the strict criteria set by state law. At this program at Campbell Hall from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 25, Jim Van Buskirk will present the Final Exit Network (FEN) as an alternative to physician-assisted suicide. For more than 25 years, FEN has been supporting those who wish to hasten their own deaths. Please RSVP if you plan to attend, as spaces are limited at this free program presented by Sausalito Village. Campbell Hall is located at 70 Santa Rosa Avenue.
RSVP FOR PEACEFUL DEATH: ANOTHER OPTION
Introduction to Shutterfly. Join tech expert Jon Hartman from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 28 for a Zoom workshop that will help you turn your digital photos into books, flyers, calendars, mugs, and more using Shutterfly. Instructor Jon Hartman is a computer consultant specializing in Apple devices who also teaches classes at the libraries in Mill Valley and Tiburon. Please register for details on accessing the class via Zoom.
REGISTER FOR INTRODUCTION TO SHUTTERFLY ON JULY 28
Try It Truck. Every Thursday afternoon this summer, the Sausalito Library will have a science, technology, reading, engineering, art, or math activity for kids. On Thursday, July 28Rocky Graham Park will receive a special visit from the Discovery Museum's Try It Truck from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The Try It Truck is a mobile outdoor STEM lab where kids can explore hands-on stations, design solutions, and experience concepts of cause and effect, energy, and structure and function. Activities are geared towards students in PK through 5th grade. Please visit the library website for a complete schedule of summer reading events for kids and families.
VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF YOUTH PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FROM THE LIBRARY
Water Supply Community Workshop. The Marin Municipal Water District (aka Marin Water) will host a virtual community workshop on Marin's current and future water supply needs and alternatives from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 28. The workshop will be held via Zoom and is open to all. Access information and a link to the agenda are available on the Marin Water website.
VIEW ACCESS INFORMATION FOR THE WATER SUPPLY COMMUNITY WORKSHOP
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 29 with a rock and funk performance by Tracorum. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Uncle Jer's Bee Show. Join the Sausalito Library for a special program presented by Uncle Jer's Traveling Bee Show from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 3. Kids of all ages and their caregivers are encouraged to come to the Edgewater Room to see live bees and learn about their life cycle, how they make honey, how honey is harvested, and why they are so important for Earth's ecosystem. More information about summer reading events can be found on the library website.
VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF YOUTH PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FROM THE LIBRARY
Wednesday Night Live. Wednesday Night Live returns to Caledonia Street on Wednesday, August 3 with live music from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in Cascais Plaza at 750 Bridgeway. For the August concert, the Marin Old Time Music Preservation Society will play top 40 hits from the 1800s, comprised mostly of Appalachian and Irish fiddle tunes. Wednesday Night Live is produced by the City's Economic Development Advisory Committee, in partnership with the City of Sausalito and local restaurants and merchants.
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF CASCAIS PLAZA
Legal Self Help Center. The Marin County Law Library will host a free informational webinar at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 4 about the services available from the Legal Self Help Center at the Marin Civic Center. Legal Self Help Center provides free, one-on-one assistance to those who do not have attorneys. Presenter Abby Frost Lucha is a family law facilitator and family court services manager for the Marin Superior Court.
RSVP FOR THE WEBINAR ON AUGUST 4
Magic Show Fundraiser. Join the Sausalito Center For the Arts at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 4 for a dinner and magic show fundraiser featuring mentalist Jay Alexander. Jay's Mind Tricks Live! at the Marrakech Magic Theater is the highest-rated show in San Francisco on Yelp and TripAdvisor, and this is your opportunity to see it in Sausalito. Tickets are $250, and attendance is limited to 50 attendees. Each ticket comes with a one-year membership to the Sausalito Center For the Arts at 750 Bridgeway.
PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THE MAGIC SHOW FUNDRAISER ON AUGUST 4
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, August 5 with a blues performance by Jenny Kerr. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Music in the Park for Kids and Families. Join the Sausalito Library at Robin Sweeny Park from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 6 for another amazing performance by Soul 4Kidz for children ages 0 to 5 and their families. Soul 4Kidz is a trio consisting of guitarist Graal Swartz and vocalists Shamilah Ivory and Omega Brooks. Songs to be performed with a soulful twist include Baby Shark, Wheels on the Bus, I'm a Little Teapot, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Five Little Monkeys, and many more! Carpet squares will be provided for lawn seating — or you can bring your own blanket.
VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF YOUTH PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FROM THE LIBRARY
Maritime Day. Galilee Harbor's annual Maritime Day festivities for 2022 will be held on Saturday, August 6 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 300 Napa Street. This free annual event features boat rides, live music, boatbuilding demonstrations, children's activities, artists' booths, a flea market, and food and drinks for purchase. Everyone is welcome! Galilee Harbor is a cooperative, liveaboard community dedicated to preserving maritime arts and skills and providing affordable housing on the Sausalito waterfront.
LEARN MORE ABOUT GALILEE HARBOR
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, August 12 with a blues and soul performance by Randy McAllister. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Hands-Only CPR Training. The Southern Marin Fire District and Marin County Emergency Medical Services will host the 12th Annual County-Wide Sidewalk CPR event at three locations in Southern Marin from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 13. Drop-in locations include the Sausalito Ferry Landing, Target in Marin City, and the Depot in Mill Valley. In addition to hands-only CPR training, participants will learn basic first aid techniques to stop bleeding and how to administer Narcan spray to someone who overdoses on opioids.
LEARN MORE ABOUT FREE CPR TRAINING ON AUGUST 13
Save the School Garden Program. In partnership with Driver's Market and Sausalito Beautiful, the Rise Up! 94965 Foundation is conducting a campaign to raise $60,000 to fund the student garden program at the campuses of Dr. MLK Academy for the 2022-23 school year, which begins on Wednesday, August 17. The four gardens serve 350 students in grades TK-8 at campuses in Sausalito and Marin City. Donations will support two garden coordinators, each of whom teach science through gardening to students on a weekly basis throughout the school year. Driver's Market and Sausalito Beautiful will provide dollar-for-dollar matching for the first $10,000 in donations. 
HELP SAVE THE GARDEN PROGRAM AT DR. MLK ACADEMY
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, August 19 with a jazz and funk performance by Mo'Fone. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts will come to a rousing conclusion on Friday, August 26 with a blues performance by longtime Sausalito resident Eugene Huggins and Friends. The show in Gabrielson Park begins at 6:30 p.m. Food and beverages will be on sale at the event, or you can bring your own.
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
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