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Sausalito Public Library
Adult Programs for Spring and Summer 2015
For more information about Sausalito Library programs, please call (415) 289-4121. 

To see a list of upcoming Children's Programs, please click here



 The Stranger Read to Me! Story Hour for Adults: The Stranger
Sunday, July 12
5:30pm inside the Library

Join your neighbors and relive the childhood delight of being read to, as local readers narrate the best in classic and contemporary short fiction for adults. July’s theme is The Stranger. If you’re interested in becoming a future reader please email A.T. Lynne at atlynne1@gmail.com.

 boat painting
Sausalito Library Museum Docent Series

J. M. W. Turner: Painting Set Free
Tuesday, July 14
2:00pm in the Council Chambers

Join Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco docent Maureen O’Brien for a fascinating look at Joseph Mallord William Turner, one of the greatest British artists of the nineteenth century. His paintings are revered for their spectacular effects of light and color, and have influenced generations of artists. His late work, created between 1835 and 1850, articulated a radical vision, exploring such themes as the rise and fall of civilizations, the natural and industrial worlds, and religious and cultural mythology.

To coincide with de Young Museum exhibit • June 20 – September 20, 2015

Sponsored by the Friends of the Sausalito Library
 Chat Noir Read to Me! Story Hour for Adults: Naughty Noir
Sunday, August 2
5:30pm inside the Library

Join your neighbors and relive the childhood delight of being read to, as local readers narrate the best in classic and contemporary short fiction for adults. August’s theme is Naughty Noir. If you’re interested in becoming a future reader please email A.T. Lynne at atlynne1@gmail.com.

 cupid painting
Sausalito Library Museum Docent Series

Flirting with Art: Love, Lust and the Pursuit of Happiness
Tuesday, August 11
2:00pm in the Council Chambers

Join Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco docent Marsha Holm for this spirited discussion about what drives the creative heart. If love doesn't make the world go round, then lust must! Gods and goddesses cavorted through the ancient world and mankind followed suit soon after. Artists have portrayed flirtations and seductions, coquettes and courtesans, lechers and losers, all in the name of lust, love and the pursuit of happiness.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Sausalito Library

 

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