All branches of Marin County Free Library will be closed on Monday, September 7 for Labor Day.

Novato Library Remodel
Feb 7, 2013
Updated Feb 25, 2013 to add Novato Library Closure FAQ (pdf)Get ready for the exciting new look and services coming to the Novato Library! For a sneak preview, check out the video below of the...
Feb 7, 2013
Sunday, February 10th, 8pm, CBS.I. Can’t. Wait.Although I can’t remember the first time I watched the Grammy Awards, I can’t remember not watching them.  It was always an...
Mosaic drawing by TeamWorks Teen
Feb 7, 2013
TeamWorks is a local art mentoring/apprenticeship program for underserved and economically disadvantaged youth. Teens age 11-18 learn creative expression, self-discipline and community engagement...
Gone with the Wind
Feb 7, 2013
Snuggle up with your sweetie on Valentine’s Day and watch some romantic movies.  You’ll find a great selection at the Marin County Free Libraries.  On the MCFL home page click...
Feb 7, 2013
When LAURA INGALLS WILDER started writing her classic "Little House" book series in 1932, she had no idea of creating fame for herself or the places where she had lived. She wrote simply...
Feb 5, 2013
English history fans are abuzz with the news of the discovery of the remains of Richard III, portrayed by Shakespeare as an evil, deformed, power-hungry  murderer of the Little Princes in the...
Feb 4, 2013
Neshama’s Choices for 1st week in FebruaryThis installment: an old favorite to listen to, a cult classic movie, a girl abducted by fairies (contemporary version), and a space odyssey with...
Feb 1, 2013
Last week's Pacific Sun had a great article about Marin County's One Book One Marin program's current book, "Packing for Mars" by Mary Roach.  Click here to see the full...
Jan 31, 2013
 I have been listening to a downloaded audio of The Jefferson Key, by Steve Berry, a  compelling and  delightfully preposterous  political thriller involving a secret...
Jan 31, 2013
Under the Mesquite, by Guadalupe Garcia McCall, published by Lee and Low Books Inc.In “Under the Mesquite,” Garcia McCall, writing in emotionally riveting free verse, gracefully manages...