OPEN: Monday 3-7 p.m. Tuesday 2-5 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 3-6 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Point Reyes Lighthouse of 1870The Inverness Library will be open during the following hours:Monday 3-7 p.m. Tuesday 2-5 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Friday 3-6 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.Exhibit runs through June 2022
See our related newsletter: A Beacon of Butter: The Point Reyes LighthouseCelebrate a belated 2020 landmark – the 150th anniversary of the Point Reyes Lighthouse, protecting the California coastline. The exhibit provides a look at the extensive complex of structures that supported the keepers and their work to operate the lighthouse between 1870 and 1975. Exhibit runs through June 2022.
- Open Hours: Mon 3-9, Tues-Wed 10-6, Friday 3-6, Sat 10-1The exhibition focuses on West Marin publications that emerge from community energy, assembled ad hoc by neighbors and friends, beginning in 1903 to the present day. Have you heard of The Rogie, The Baywood Press, The New Weather Observer, The Paper, Shelter Publications or the Outlaw Building News? These are just some of the local […]
- April 6-July 31, 2019The Latino Photo Project began as an English literacy class at the Dance Palace Community Center in 2003 shepherded by photographer Luz Elena Castro. Today the Project is part of Gallery Route One, an artists cooperative in Point Reyes Station and is guided by artist writer Nancy Bertelsen and photographer Elizabeth Fenwick. Since its inception, […]
- Those Shafter Women was curated by Tom Branan, Gayanne Enquist and Meg Linden. It focuses on the wives and daughters of the original six children born to Mary Lovell Shafter and William Rufus Shafter. They are Wealthy Lauretta Shafter Ransom, Oscar Lovell Shafter, Hugh Morris Shafter, James McMillan Shafter, William Newton Shafter and Mary Lovell Shafter […]
- Open Monday 3-9, Tues & Wed 10-6, Fri 3-6, Sat 10-1, closed Thurs & SunPhotographs, planting maps, and notebooks from the Jack Mason Archives show the styles of gardens that were created in Inverness from 1870-1970. Immigrants from Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and other European countries brought their various gardening styles and plant selections to the Peninsula creating new landscapes.
- Small rural communities tend to have more going on than meets the eye. This exhibit curated by Meg Linden and Tom Branan focuses mainly on the buildings used to house many local organizations that began in the 19th century, a number of them still active today. These include churches and schools as well as the […]
- November 20, 2017 - February, 2018The exhibit, called “Architectural Styles of West Marin,” was curated by Mary Cardwell and Corwin Mocine in 1990 and was the ninth exhibit the Museum produced. It shows many of the distinctive houses of the area in a wide range of styles from French Renaissance, Italian, Arts and Crafts houses by various architects associated with the Bay Region […]