Blog | Hours & Directions | Contact
Home | Research | eLibrary | Services | Programs/Events | Kids | Teens | History Room | Support Us

Centennial Event Blog Posts

  • First Friday: “What Went Wrong” Live Storytelling On June 3, the First Friday series continues with an evening of live storytelling. We have invited authors and veteran storytellers Joyce Maynard, Jeff Greenwald, Kari Kiernan, Naomi Newman, and Anthony Bedard to tell live, true stories about “What Went Wrong.” To add to the excitement, the evening will include an open mic stortelling session, ...
  • First Friday: Cinema Cabaret, March 4 The library’s First Friday series continues on March 4 with Cinema Cabaret—a unique performance group that blends theatre, film and the written word. In Cinema Cabaret, movies are silenced and re-narrated with alternate scripts performed live by writer-performers. This Friday we’ll watch individual scenes from the iconic films Blade Runner and Rosemary’s Baby re-told and re-purposed with ...
  • Librarians on Location: We’re Bringing the Library to You! Librarians on Location is an innovative outreach program that the library is initiating as part of its centennial celebrations. As digital information becomes easier to access through library catalogs and databases, the “library” is no longer restricted to the confines of the library building. With a few wireless laptops and a few friendly librarians, we ...
  • Podcast – Daniel Ellsberg (1/7/11) Our First Friday event featuring Daniel Ellsberg was a huge success with approximately 230 in attendance. Everybody from the wait line was admitted and most attendees were able to find seats. Ellsberg spoke passionately about the need for transparency in government making many comparisons between the Wikileaks controversy and his release of the Pentagon Papers. ...
  • About Our New Look The new library logo was designed by Volume Inc, a San Francisco based design firm. Co-principal Adam Brodsley, a Mill Valley resident, offered the services of Volume Inc’s design team to create a logo and look for the library that would have lasting appeal for the centennial and years to come. A few words from the ...