Copy
News from the City of Sausalito
Sausalito Currents

Stories for the Week of March 22, 2019

City to Begin Active Enforcement of Short-Term Rentals

Sausalito
In April 2019, the City of Sausalito will begin notifying Sausalito property owners associated with short-term rentals that short-term rental activity must stop in order to avoid increasingly steep fines from the City. A short-term rental is defined as the rental of a dwelling unit, an accessory unit, or a room or rooms of a dwelling unit for a period of less than 30 days. Short-term rentals are banned in Sausalito, and on January 8, 2019, the City Council directed City staff to prioritize code enforcement related to short-term rentals.

To help enforce the ban on short-term rentals, the City of Sausalito has contracted with Host Compliance, a leading provider of short-term rental enforcement solutions for local governments. Host Compliance monitors short-term rental websites for properties that are not complying with local ordinances. The company also provides a mechanism for people to report suspected illegal short-term rental activity. Reports can be made by calling the Host Compliance hotline at (415) 942-8181 or by filling out an online form. Reports may also be made directly to the City of Sausalito by printing, signing, and submitting a Code Complaint Form.

In the coming weeks, property owners associated with short-term rental activity will receive a courtesy notice or a compliance order indicating that they are operating illegally. If it is subsequently found that a property owner who has received notification is not complying with the City's ban on short-term rentals, the owner will be issued compliance orders and/or citations. Violations will be fined at $1,000 for the first offense, $2,000 for the second offense, and $5,000 for the third and subsequent offenses, per Sausalito Municipal Code section 1.10.110.B. Fines are cumulative and citations may be issued each day the violation exists.

Operators of short-term rentals in Sausalito are urged to cease short-term rental activity immediately. The City will be collecting transient occupancy tax for all illegal short-term rental activity occurring on or after January 8, 2019. All violators will be fined unless they comply with compliance orders and pay any outstanding transient occupancy tax. Issuance of an administrative citation does not alter any obligation to comply fully with a compliance order.

Any questions about short-term rentals may be directed to Community Development Director Lilly Whalen at lwhalen@sausalito.gov or (415) 289-4133.
 
LEARN MORE ABOUT SHORT-TERM RENTALS IN SAUSALITO

City Council Receives Updates from Local Public Schools

City Council
The Sausalito City Council during the schools item on March 12
On March 12 the City Council received an update on the local public schools that serve the Sausalito community: Bayside Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy, a public school for grades K-8 located in Marin City, and Willow Creek Academy, a public charter school for grades K-8 based in Sausalito. The Council received reports from the following officials:
  • Ida Green, President of the Sausalito Marin City School District Board of Trustees
  • Terena Mares, Deputy Marin County Superintendent of Schools and Interim Superintendent of the Sausalito Marin City School District
  • David Finnane, Principal of Bayside Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy
  • Tara Seekins, Head of School for Willow Creek Academy
  • Jim Henry, Treasurer of the Willow Creek Academy Board
A complete video recording of the item from the March 12 City Council meeting is available on the City of Sausalito website. The total run time is 2 hours and 56 minutes. Slide decks are also available for the presentation by Tara Seekins of Willow Creek and the presentation by David Finnane of Bayside MLK.

On March 19, Mayor Joe Burns sent a letter to the state attorney general on behalf of the City Council asking for more transparency in its interactions with the Sausalito Marin City School District. The letter also requested records related to a state investigation that determined the district violated anti-discrimination laws with respect to Bayside Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy. The City Council will continue discussion of the Sausalito Marin City School District as item 8B at its meeting on March 26.
 
WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE SCHOOLS ITEM FROM THE MARCH 12 COUNCIL MEETING
READ THE MARCH 19 LETTER TO THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
WATCH VIDEO OF SAUSALITO MARIN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEETINGS

Council Expected to Ratify Wildfire Ordinance on March 26

An illustration of defensible space around structures
The City Council is expected to ratify a wildland urban interface (WUI) ordinance at its meeting on Tuesday, March 26. The goal of the ordinance would be to limit the amount of fuel available to a wildfire and thus limit its likelihood to spread. Similar ordinances have been adopted by towns and cities across California in the wake of the devastating wildfire seasons in 2017 and 2018. Approximately 2,800 residential structures in Sausalito are considered to be part of the WUI due to their susceptibility to wildland fire and ember showers and their proximity to local, state, and federal undeveloped lands.

The new ordinance would enable the Southern Marin Fire Protection District and the City's Community Development Department to enforce specific codes related to new construction, substantial remodel construction, vegetation management plans, and defensible space clearances. A defensible space is an area around a building in which vegetation, debris, and other types of combustible fuels have been treated, cleared, or reduced to slow the spread of fire to and from the building.

The ordinance includes the following elements:
  • Any new construction must use ignition-resistant building materials
  • If the exterior of an existing structure is to be substantially remodeled, the exterior must be hardened with ignition-resistant building materials
  • If the interior of an existing structure is to be substantially remodeled, a fire sprinkler system must be installed
  • When required by the ordinance, vegetation management plans must conform to Southern Marin Fire Protection District standard 220 for creating defensible space
  • All property owners must make the front area of their property defensible by removing brush and other flammable materials
The Southern Marin Fire District estimates a 5-10% increase in construction costs under the new ordinance, based on feedback from construction professionals and other jurisdictions that have adopted similar ordinances.

Any questions about the wildland urban interface ordinance may be directed to Deputy Fire Marshal Fred Hilliard at fhilliard@smfd.org or (415) 388-8182.
 
READ THE PROPOSED WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE ORDINANCE
WATCH A PRESENTATION ABOUT THE WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE ORDINANCE
VIEW A MAP OF SAUSALITO'S WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE

Generate Extra Income with a Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit

Did you know that you can now add a Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit (JADU) to your residence? At its first meeting in 2019, the City Council approved a zoning ordinance amendment to allow JADUs in residential areas. The amendment took effect on February 8, and applications for JADUs are now available online and at the Community Development Department in City Hall. The fee to apply for a JADU is $405, plus a plan retention fee of $35. 
 
A Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit is halfway between renting a room to a roommate and having a full accessory dwelling unit. JADUs are limited to 500 square feet in size and are typically created from bedrooms within existing dwellings that have an entrance into the dwelling and a separate entrance to the outside. JADUs are required to have separate cooking facilities (such as a kitchenette), but are allowed to have shared bathroom facilities with the main house. Please see the City's new Guide to New Junior Accessory Dwelling Units for more information on the requirements for JADUs.
 
JADUs help create affordable housing options in a community and allow homeowners to repurpose underutilized space to generate extra revenue. For more information about JADUs, please contact Associate Planner Katie Faulkner at kfaulkner@sausalito.gov or (4150 289-4135.
 
DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE TO NEW JUNIOR ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS
DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION FORM

Rotary Club Takes the Lead on Fishing Pier Reconstruction Project

Fishing Pier
The damaged and fenced-off fishing pier in downtown Sausalito
The Rotary Club of Sausalito and the City of Sausalito have renewed plans to reconstruct the old Municipal Fishing Pier adjacent to the Trident restaurant. An effort by the City in 2014 to reconstruct the pier was bogged down by high construction costs. 

The original pier was built in the 1930s and in use until it was damaged and rendered unusable by a winter storm in 2001. Grant funds are available for waterfront projects like the fishing pier reconstruction through a settlement related to the Cosco Busan oil spill of November 2007.

The Rotary Club of Sausalito has requested $400,000 for the project from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the organization administering grant funds for the Cosco Busan settlement. The total project cost estimate of $530,000 includes contributions from the Rotary Club and other local organizations.

The City Council received an overview of the new plan from the Rotary Club at its March 12 meeting. There will be a formal review by the Planning Commission once an application is submitted. When available, the date of the Planning Commission review will be published in Sausalito Currents.
 
WATCH THE PRESENTATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL ON THE NEW FISHING PIER

Video Recording of the March 12 City Council Meeting

Due to technical difficulties, a complete video recording of the City Council meeting on March 12 was not available at the time of publication of the March 15 edition of Sausalito Currents. City staff was able to create a backup copy of the video recording, which was published on the City website on March 16. Below is an index to the video recordings of the business items heard at the meeting.
  • 7A. Update on the Local Emergency Related to Storm Activity and Mudslides / Renewal of Emergency Declaration (video recording, 36 minutes)
  • 7B. Sausalito Marin City School District Update and Willow Creek Academy Update (video recording, 2 hours and 56 minutes)
  • 7C. Southern Marin Fire Protection District Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Ordinance and Map Ratification for Areas within the City of Sausalito (video recording, 40 minutes)
  • 7D. Sausalito Rotary Fishing Pier Rehabilitation Project (video recording, 33 minutes)
WATCH THE COMPLETE RECORDING OF THE MARCH 12 CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Upcoming City Council Meeting on March 26

There will be a regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, with the open session beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 420 Litho Street. The following agenda snapshot provides highlights only. For more information and additional items, please view the agenda and read the associated staff reports.

Special Presentations:
  • Proclamation for Don Olsen
Consent Calendar: Public Hearings: Business Items: Other Council Business: Did you know you can watch City Council meetings live via webcast? You can also watch video recordings of past Council meetings on the City website.

Council meetings are also broadcast live on television via Comcast Cable Channel 27 or AT&T Channel 99. If you miss the live broadcast, check the rebroadcast schedule.

The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting will be held on April 16, 2019, with the open session due to commence at approximately 7:00 p.m.
 
VIEW CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDAS AND VIDEO ARCHIVES

Updates from Boards and Commissions

Legislative Committee. The Legislative Committee is a standing subcommittee of the City Council that is tasked with reviewing possible amendments to the Sausalito Municipal Code. The committee meets on an as-needed basis.

Upcoming meeting. The Legislative Committee will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, March 26 at 8:30 a.m. in the Council Chambers to consider ordinances related to sidewalk vending and single-use plastics.

All meetings of the Legislative Committee are open to the public. If you have any questions about the committee or an item under consideration, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (415) 289-4134 or savila@sausalito.gov.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE

News from City Departments

Public Works. The Department of Public Works is in the process of seeking and reviewing proposals from consulting firms to supervise the cleanup of the debris pile and debris field created by the mudslide on February 14, 2019. The scope of work includes the following:
  • Development of an engineering, safety, and security assessment
  • Coordination with Cal OES and FEMA
  • Preparation of a debris removal plan
  • Development of RFP process for debris removal
  • Management of debris removal
  • Management of utilities restoration (storm water, sewer, etc.)
  • Closeout and wrap up of grants from state and federal agencies
Once a consulting firm has been secured, the City will have a better idea when debris removal can begin. Updates on the timetable will be published in future editions of Sausalito Currents and on the City website.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FEBRUARY 14 MUDSLIDE
Administration. Heavy rain and flooding followed by warm weather can lead to increased mosquito production. Early prevention can reduce mosquito numbers as the weather gets warmer. Here are some tips to help minimize mosquito production around your home:
  • Clear debris from drainage ditches to allow water flow
  • Use a sump pump to remove standing water that may have accumulated under your home
  • Maintain swimming pools and spas
  • Remove tarps, trash, containers, tin cans, jars, buckets, etc.
  • Recycle or dispose of old tires
  • Clean rain gutters
  • Dump water from items stored outside including kiddie pools, wheelbarrows, bird baths and plant saucers
  • Properly screen or seal rainwater harvesting containers
For more information or to report mosquito issues, visit the website of the Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District or call (707) 285-2200.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MARIN/SONOMA MOSQUITO & VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT
Parks and Recreation. Seller booths for the spring City Wide Yard Sale on April 27 are now on sale to Sausalito residents. Visit the City Wide Yard Sale page on the City website to learn how to sign up. The cost of a booth ranges from $15 to $31. Sales to non-residents will begin on Monday, April 1. Any questions about the City Wide Yard Sale may be directed to the Recreation Department at (415) 289-4152 or jmyers@sausalito.gov.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SPRING CITY WIDE YARD SALE
Parks and Recreation. Sausalito Parks and Recreation and Super Soccer Stars are pleased to offer spring indoor and outdoor soccer classes for ages 1 to 7 years. Indoor classes for age groups 12-24 months and 2-3 years will be held on Wednesday mornings from April 10 to June 12. Outdoor classes for five age groups between the ages of 1 and 7 will be held on Saturday mornings at Marinship Park from April 13 to June 15. A free demo class will be held on Wednesday, April 3 for indoor classes and Saturday, April 6 for outdoor classes. For more information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (415) 289-4152.
REGISTER FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SOCCER CLASSES

Things Happening in Our Community

The Houseboat War That Didn't Happen. In the midst of the Houseboat Wars of the mid-70s, when boat dwellers were laying down in front of bulldozers to stop a developer from destroying their community, one group of citizens chose to envision and work towards what they wanted, rather than fight what they didn't want. The result was the design and creation of the only neighborhood and dock that was constructed without a fight — an integrated community called the South 40. On Friday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m. inside the Sausalito Library, Michael Rex, the architect who led the effort, will tell stories and present pictures and drawings from that tumultuous time.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Shut Up & Write! Sausalito. Looking to spark your writing in the company of other writers? Whether you're writing – or wanting to write – a script, a book, a blog, a short story, a poem, or a song, Shut Up & Write!™ Sausalito is the place to be. Join us on Monday, March 25 and every Monday morning from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Community Room on the ground floor of the Sausalito Fire Station at 333 Johnson Street. Writing prompts will be offered to get you started, and those who wish to may share their writing in the last 15 minutes. Sausalito writer A.T. Lynne is the host. There is no charge to participate.
LEARN MORE ABOUT SHUT UP AND WRITE! SAUSALITO
Met Opera Preview: Die Walküre. The Sausalito Library's Met Opera Preview series for 2018-19 continues on Tuesday, March 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Edgewater Room of City Hall with a preview of the upcoming Metropolitan Opera performance of Die Walküre by Richard Wagner. Guest host Jerry Zientara will present background information about the opera and composer, followed by a plot synopsis that includes a selection of audio and video clips from past performances. Jerry's preview takes place on the Tuesday before the Saturday morning Live in HD simulcast from the Met. All are welcome.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
iPhone, App Stores, and Apple IDs. In this workshop taught by Jon Hartman, we will learn about texting, email, phone calls, and web browsing on the most important communication device you own. We will also delve into the mysteries of Apple IDs (iCloud and iTunes) to make sure your data is where you want it. This workshop sponsored by the Sausalito Library will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 28 in the Edgewater Room of City Hall. Jon Hartman is a computer consultant specializing in Apple devices who also teaches classes at the libraries in Mill Valley and Tiburon. No RSVP necessary, but please bring your iPhone!
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Basic Backyard Composting. Would you like to find ways to avoid adding to our landfills? Curious about what to do with table scraps? Has composting always been a mystery to you? Join us for Basic Backyard Composting in the City Hall Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28. A Master Gardener since 2003, presenter Joan Irwin has gardened in the Bay Area for over forty years. She speaks frequently on composting, organic gardening, and community gardens. This program is co-sponsored by Sausalito Beautiful and the Sausalito Library.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Enid Foster: Sausalito's Greatest Forgotten Artist. In 1958, new Sausalito residents Allan and Carol Hayes met Enid Foster when they bought one of her paintings. As their friendship developed, Enid introduced Allan and Carol to the thriving Sausalito art colony that revolved around her. Enid had been an internationally respected artist before 1920, but the critics, curators, and gallery owners of the 1960s saw her only as the town character, an amusing eccentric who made irrelevant art. Today, that "irrelevant art" dazzles us with its vitality, freshness, and originality. This special presentation by Allan Hayes will be held inside the Sausalito Library at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29. The program will be followed by an opening reception for a show of works by Enid Foster in the exhibit room of the Sausalito Historical Society. Allan and Carol's new book about Enid Foster will be available for purchase. Carol passed suddenly in 2018, but Allan still lives in the home that Enid often visited.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Rotary Club Annual Gala. Each year, the Rotary Club of Sausalito dedicates its annual gala to a local nonprofit. This year's beneficiary is Sausalito Sister Cities in appreciation of its efforts to build international relationships and provide residents and local children with the opportunity to experience diverse cultures. The 2019 gala will be held on Saturday, March 30 at the Spinnaker Restaurant. The theme is "Global Groove." The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and includes cocktails, dinner, a live auction, and a raffle. Tickets are $150 per person. Proceeds from the event will also benefit Rotary Senior Housing and the Rotary Educational Trust.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ROTARY CLUB ANNUAL GALA AND PURCHASE TICKETS
Sausalito Writers' Circle. Looking for a supportive group to share your writing with? Ready to tackle that story, novel, or poem? Interested in providing feedback to others? Whether you're an aspiring writer, a seasoned veteran, or somewhere in between, come join us on Sunday, March 31 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. in the City Hall Conference Room. Your host at this Sausalito Library program is Sausalito resident, published author, and experienced workshop facilitator Cindy Knoebel. If interested in attending, please join our Meetup group and RSVP. The Writers' Circle typically meets twice per month.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Japan Summer Exchange Program. Sausalito's Sister City Program with Sakaide, Japan, is recruiting Marin County high school students ages 15-17 to participate in a delegation traveling to Sakaide this summer for a 10-day cultural exchange program. The program includes a two-day visit to Kyoto before returning home (departing July 26 and returning August 7). Students will be hosted by the City of Sakaide, stay with Japanese host families, and experience a wide range of cultural, educational, and lifestyle experiences. An application and program materials are available on the website of Sausalito Sister Cities. Applications are due no later than Sunday, March 31.
APPLY TO BE A STUDENT DELEGATE TO SAKAIDE, JAPAN
Bill Broder. The Sausalito Library invites you to join us for readings from two new books by author and longtime Sausalito resident Bill Broder. This special program will be held on Thursday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. In What Do We Do With Our Dead? A Meditation, an aged storyteller attempts to retrieve his beloved wife after her accidental fall and her journey through the dark corridors of American medical bureaucracy that led to her death. A Man of No Rank: The Memoir of a Storyteller is the chronicle of one man's progress out of his family's story, through various accidents of life to the meeting of a good woman who helped lead him to storytelling. 
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Shipwrecks of Marin. Marin County is a graveyard of ships. Its steep and rock-bound shores, treacherous currents, and frequent fogs have been the doom of hundreds of ships in the past four hundred years. Local historian Brian K. Crawford has done extensive research fleshing out the details of famous wrecks from contemporary accounts. If you love ships and the sea and tales of danger and adventure, or if you just want to know more about the many wrecks that dot our coast, you will enjoy this illustrated presentation on Friday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. inside the Sausalito Library. 
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
100th Birthday Party. The Sausalito Woman's Club is having a party to celebrate the 100th birthday of its Julia Morgan-designed clubhouse. The entire community is invited to join us on Sunday, April 7 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Attendees will enjoy delicious beverages, homemade savories and sweets, historical surprises, and a live auction. There will be a no-host bar. To attend, please RSVP before April 1. 
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO WOMAN'S CLUB
Artist Reception. Join us at the Sausalito Library on Sunday, April 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for a reception celebrating a new exhibit created by artist Bret Arenson. Entitled Forest Fog (Afterglow In The Elements), the work represents an atomized look at what could be the fibrous tissues of solid living structures. It displays mesmerizing layers of complexity which make up all living things and honors the silent giants that make up our local landscape. This work is done in a process best described as Ecstatic Automatism.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Scott and Zelda: The Beautiful Fools. Join playwright Lance Belville and actress Adrienne Krug in the Edgewater Room of City Hall at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9 for a preview of the Ross Valley Players' upcoming production of Lance's new play, Scott & Zelda: The Beautiful Fools. Lance will discuss the research that went into the play and share his reflections on The Great Gatsby and Fitzgerald's Jazz Age novels. You'll also meet the characters with whom Scott partied to greatness, from Ernest Hemingway to Groucho Marx. Scott & Zelda: The Beautiful Fools will be performed from April 12 to 28 at the Barn Theater at the Marin Art and Garden Center.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
How I Learned to Drive. At 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, the Sausalito Players will present How I Learned to Drive at the Sausalito Woman's Club, 120 Central Avenue. Admission is free and open to the public. How I Learned to Drive was written by Paula Vogel. A powerful story of love, loss of innocence, and the shameful secrets of a dysfunctional family, the play won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The Sausalito Players has successfully produced Reader's Theater for almost forty years. Actors read from the script while performing on stage. This provides a unique opportunity for directors, producers, and the stage crew to participate in live theater with minimum rehearsals and without having to memorize lines. Light refreshments will be served. Carpooling is recommended.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO WOMAN'S CLUB
Early Rubens. Please join us on Thursday, April 11 at 2:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers for another excellent Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco presentation by docent Rita Dunlay. Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) was renowned for his virtuosic handling of oil paint, depictions of taut dramatic action, and sensuous coloring. The corresponding exhibit at the Legion of Honor Museum (April 6 – September 8, 2019) will focus on what is arguably the artist's most innovative period of production, from 1608 until about 1620. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Sausalito Library. 
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Remembering Grace Kelly. From Hollywood to Monaco, from silver screen to royal palace, Grace Kelly's career was filled with dramatic and defining moments. Join KALW movie critic Peter Robinson inside the Sausalito Library at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 12 for an entertaining look at Grace Kelly's life and film performances, including clips from Rear Window, High Noon, To Catch a Thief, and High Society.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
Caregiver Support Group. Are you or someone you know caring for a loved one who is suffering from cognitive impairment? Consider joining the Sausalito-based Caregiver Support Group, led by facilitators affiliated with the Alzheimer's Association of Northern California. The next monthly meeting will be held on Saturday, April 13 from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. in the Rotary Village Community Room at 701 Coloma Street in Sausalito. The group offers caregivers the ability to exchange information, talk through challenges and ways of coping, and share feelings and frustrations. Participants and their situations are assured complete confidentiality. For additional information, please send email to caregivermarin@gmail.com.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
An Evening of Poetry. The Sausalito Library and the Sausalito Woman's Club invite you to an Evening of Poetry on Wednesday, April 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Woman's Club, 120 Central Avenue. This special gathering will celebrate some of the outstanding poetry of today. Hear readings from entrepreneurs, teachers, clergy, community leaders, along with special guest appearances by award-winning SLAM poets from local high schools — brave new voices bringing the noise from the margins to the core. Free admission. No-host bar. Parking is available at Christ Church, or make a reservation with Call a Ride for Sausalito Seniors (CARSS) before April 15: (415) 944-5474. 
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO WOMAN'S CLUB
Coloring and Doodling Party for Adults. Come relax and join the coloring party on Tuesday, April 23 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Edgewater Room of City Hall. We provide a stress-free atmosphere, soothing music, and delicious refreshments so you can unleash your imagination. The Sausalito Library provides all coloring supplies, and we can help you make bookmarks and buttons from your artwork. Seating is limited for this free program. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Rebecca Burgan at rburgan@sausalito.gov.
SEE A SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING SAUSALITO LIBRARY PROGRAMS
City Seal
Connect with the City of Sausalito
City of Sausalito Website
City Calendar
Sausalito City Council
City Manager Adam Politzer
Subscribe to Sausalito Currents
Questions, comments, or submissions? Please email us at currents@sausalito.gov.
Copyright © 2019 City of Sausalito, All rights reserved.


unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 


view this email in your browser