Faultline Institute Bolinas

David Briggs

Anny Owen Densmore gave a ukulele lesson last Monday at the Bolinas School. The class was part of the Faultline Institute, an adult education program that held its first classes in an old Christian Science Church (now the home of organic farmer Warren Weber) back in the 1970s—”the good old days when publicly-financed learning continued into adulthood,” said Michael Rafferty, one of the school’s two deans.