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Adult coloring classes come to West Marin libraries

01/26/2017
COLORING: Adult coloring classes take place at the Inverness Library on the first Wednesday of each month, and at the Bolinas Library on the third Thursday. The library calls it a “relaxing, stress-relieving activity” and provides supplies and refreshments.

First baby of 2017

01/19/2017
FIRST BABY: West Marin’s first baby of 2017 was born at 8:58 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Sutter Regional Hospital in Santa Rosa. Ridge Latham Eastman was born to Laughty Nixdorf, Evan Eastman and brother Liam Fisketjon. The Point Reyes Light and all the businesses on these pages welcome...

Redwoods felled

01/19/2017
TREES: Arborists felled two giant—and long dead—old-growth redwoods along the road through Samuel P. Taylor State Park last month, a joint project of the county and Marin Municipal Water District. Though the idea was to cut the trees in such a way that they toppled into Lagunitas Creek to create...

Car crashes avoiding fallen tree

01/12/2017
HAZARDS: A local drove off the road and down an embankment toward the creek in Samuel P. Taylor State Park before daybreak on Tuesday, after swerving to avoid a fallen tree on a curve. The accident closed the road for nearly two hours. The driver was uninjured.

Wells Fargo tree comes down

12/28/2016
POINT REYES STATION: Next month, Wells Fargo Bank will remove a large pine tree whose limbs have for years carried homemade Christmas lights in winter. A spokesman said arborists who examined the tree believe it has been dead for over a year.

Salmon return

12/28/2016
RAINS: Coho salmon boomed in Marin this month: 181 were counted in Lagunitas, San Geronimo and Devil’s Gulch Creeks as of Dec. 16—the most since 2006, according to Marin Municipal Water District aquatic ecologist Eric Ettlinger. “I often hear people say that salmon runs are larger in wet years, but...

Our lady of Guadalupe celebrated

12/15/2016
CELEBRATION: People gathered in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe at Sacred Heart Church in Olema on Sunday. The holiday remembers when, in 1531, the Virgin Mary appeared twice to a man named Juan Diego and asked him to build a church.

Dance proceeds go to Standing Rock

11/17/2016
DANCE: A movement workshop described as a “creative exploration of the dynamic interplay between imagery, consciousness, releasing, and the unpredictable dynamism and mutability of the unfettered body in motion” in the Dance Palace Church Space on Sunday donated proceeds to the Standing Rock protests in North Dakota.

Moorings removed from Tomales Bay

11/03/2016
TOMALES BAY: Contractors for NOAA used a barge and winch to begin pulling up unpermited moorings in Tomales Bay on Tuesday. A new vessel management plan seeks to protect eelgrass beds by limiting the number and type of moorings.

Day of the Dead celebration draws crowd

11/03/2016
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: Children lit candles on an altar honoring deceased loved ones during a well-attended and diverse Day of the Dead celebration last Saturday at the Dance Palace.

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