THEATER: The Tomales Players took the stage last Thursday for “Attention Detention, Why Were You Tardy?,” an original comedy written and performed by Tomales High School students. Director Ellen Webster, an English and drama teacher, made a special appearance (above). She is retiring after 28 years at the school, where...
ENRICHMENT: Senior Access, “Marin’s favorite club for folks with memory loss,” offered a retreat for local caregivers at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church last Thursday, in Inverness. Caregivers enjoyed relaxing activities, lunch and guest speakers Lois Hirsch and Rev. Kirsten Spaulding. The event was sponsored by Visiting Angels and St. Columba’s.
PEDESTRIANS: Responding to a request from the village association, Caltrans will install a crosswalk at the south end of Point Reyes and pedestrian signs at both ends of town in the coming months. A request for a three-way stop at Levee Road was denied.
ACCIDENTS: A San Rafael man died Tuesday morning when his motorcycle crossed the centerline and collided with a septic pumping truck, which tried to avoid the errant driver. Marin County firefighters administered CPR to the man, who crashed between Stinson Beach and Bolinas, but he was pronounced dead a short...
The Bolinas Youth Aerial Artists and members of San Francisco’s Zaccho Youth Company practiced routines on Tuesday in advance of a performance at the Bolinas Community Center at 1 p.m. this Saturday. See the calendar for details.
STORES: The Dillon Beach Store is in escrow to be sold to a limited liability company called Shaloha. The current owners, Fred and Nancy Cline, out of Sonoma, have owned the store since 2001.
LITERACY: Marin County Free Library’s literacy coordinator, Annemarie Russo, of Bolinas, led songs and games for a dozen tikes during an early literacy program on Monday morning at the Point Reyes Library. The program returns every third Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m. A bilingual storytime takes place on...
MUSIC: The Konevets Quartet of St. Petersburg prepared to take the stage at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church in Inverness on Tuesday. This is the second time the group has visited the church, with proceeds benefiting the restoration of their monastery.