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Our Halloween variety show is family-friendly fun for all ages. The show features happy ghosts, Frankenstein, the Purple People Eater, a not-so-scary spider and more….and of course, no Halloween show would be complete without a witch! Special care is taken to make this production a kid-friendly experience.
Stories, rhymes, music and fun in Spanish!
Sing, dance, jump and play with musician Emily Bonn in this drop-in music and movement group. You are welcome to sit, but Emily's tunes will have you up and on your feet in no time! For kids 0-5.
Come join us on the lawn next to the library. Carpet squares will be available for family groups but you are welcome to bring your own blanket to sit on. Enjoy songs, rhymes, and a story with your little ones! Stay and play with toys until 11:30am.
Come join us on the lawn next to the library. Carpet squares will be available for family groups but you are welcome to bring your own blanket to sit on. Enjoy songs, rhymes, and a story with your little ones!
Rituals and practices that honor and respect the dead have been part of all cultures and religions across Asia for thousands of years. Belief in an afterlife state is reflected in these practices. Debbie Ottman from the Asian Art Museum’s Community Speakers Program will share sculptures, paintings, and jewelry that are manifestations of these human emotions to demonstrate respect and love for the deceased.
Tune in to this virtual author talk with guidebook author and TV host Rick Steves as he shares the latest in smart European travel. In this entertaining, information-packed slideshow lecture, Rick will teach you the secrets of safe, smart, inexpensive travel – low on stress and high on fun. You’ll learn how to travel smoothly and affordably by planning an efficient itinerary, eating, and sleeping well, avoiding crowds, packing smartly and more.
You’re invited to a virtual chat with New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ware as she talks about her newest book, the adrenaline-fueled thriller Zero Days.
Hired by companies to break into buildings and hack security systems, Jack and her husband, Gabe, are the best penetration specialists in the business. But, when a routine assignment goes horribly wrong, Jack arrives home to find her husband dead. To add to her horror, the police are closing in on their suspect – her. Suddenly on the run and quickly running out of options, Jack must decide who she can trust as she circles closer to the real killer. Stop the suspense and register for this thrilling virtual author talk today!
Library Reading Room
Discover how early Marin County developed transportation to accommodate the needs of the community and paved the way for the future. See historic photos and hear stories of early railroads in Marin, alongside current photos taken in the same locations. Amateur historian and railfan Richard Torney will share Marin County’s deep railroad history in this visual presentation at your San Anselmo Public Library.
Drop in and unwind at the library with our NEW craft program: Craft and Chat. Bring a project you've been neglecting or start a new piece. All levels of experience and crafts are welcome. Some embroidery, crochet, and knitting supplies will be available. Email email@example.com for more information.
Join us for a virtual conversation with John Irving as he chats about his prolific body of work and lifetime of writing, including his latest novel The Last Chairlift.
Irving’s first novel was published when he was just twenty-six years old. The Last Chairlift, Irving’s self-proclaimed final long novel, is a ghost story and a love story. In Aspen, Colorado in 1941, Rachel Brewster is a slalom skier at the National Downhill and Slalom Championships. Little Ray, as she is called, finishes nowhere near the podium, but she manages to get pregnant. Back home, in New England, Little Ray becomes a ski instructor. Her son, Adam, grows up in a family that defies conventions and evades questions concerning the eventful past. Years later, looking for answers, Adam visits Aspen. In the Hotel Jerome, where he was conceived, Adam will meet some ghosts; they aren’t the first or the last ghosts he sees.