|FRIENDS OF COAST COMMUNITY LIBRARY
225 Main Street PO Box 808
Point Arena, CA 95468
|Ongoing and Special Events at Coast Community Library
Monday - 4:30 - 6:00 PM - Ukulele Group
Tuesday - 9:30 AM Tai Chi
Tuesday - 10:30 AM Beginning Quilting 2:00 - 5:00 PM Quilting Lab
Wednesday - 11 - 11:30 AM Story Time & Crafts with Marilyn & Friends for toddlers and
Second Wednesday of each month - 1:30 PM CCL Board Meeting
Fourth Wednesday of each month - 4 PM Library Book Club
Wednesday afternoons - ongoing drop-in computer clinic - one-on-one help
The classes do not meet on days the library is closed unless otherwise
announced by the facilitator.
The sale kiosk at the library is full of books available for sale whenever the library is open.
Check it out for great deals. Look for rare and out of print books on the cart near the front
door and on shelves next to the public access computers.
Check above on this page for current dates and times.
StoryTime and Crafts
with Marilyn & Donna
Wednesdays at 11 - 11:30 a.m.
Mar. 7. Down on the Farm
Mar. 14. Chickens to the Rescue
Mar. 21. I Love Bugs
Mar. 28. Easter Parade
at 4 PM
MARCH 28 — Sam Quinones,
APRIL 25 — T.C. Boyle, "The
Harder They Come"
MAY 23 - David Pepper,
"The People's House"
JUNE 27 - Edward Baptist,
"The Half Has Never Been
Jan 11 through June 21
10 a.m. to 10:55 a.m.
“Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas” explores all 32 sonatas
via hundreds of excerpts and instructor Professor
Greenberg’s engaging analyses and historical
anecdotes. Facilitated by music lover, Bob Schwein.
Jan 11 through May 24
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
“Foundations of Western Civilization Two”
surveys 600 years from the Renaissance to the
present. Professor Robert Bucholz, D. Phil shows
how we got to where we are in the 21st century.
Facilitator, lifelong learner and local community
member, Carol Eastwood.
Jan 11 through March 29
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
“Lost Worlds of South America” brings to light the
remains of majestic civilizations, many completely
unknown until recent decades. Taught by Professor
Edwin Barnhart, PhD and facilitated by Nik Epanchin
and Virgil Knoche, both of whom have traveled and/
or lived in Peru and Bolivia.
Feb 1st through May 10
2:45 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
"Quilting Essentials: From Design to Color and
Beyond" taught by Heather Thomas, Quilting Expert
Facilitator: Judy Riddle
Monday - Friday
drop-in or by appointment.
Help with basic
Free. For more information
|Adult Education College level DVD courses from
The Great Courses Series are viewed on the Library's
70 inch video screen. All classes are free.
Jan 31 through April 18
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
The American West: History, Myth and Legacy
Professor Patrick N. Allitt, PhD., Emory University
Facilitator: Tobias Green
March 21 through May 16
12:45 p.m.- 2 p.m.
The Intelligent Brain
Professor Richard J. Haier
Facilitator: Gary Klein
|Seed Sowing Workshop
Saturday, March 31, 2018
1:00 to 3:00 pm
Astrid and Allan Hogle, longtime local market gardeners and
owners of The Farm, will discuss the basics of seed selection
and demonstrate methods of seed sowing and germination.
Seeds are available free at the library’s Community Seed
Exchange and all are welcome to join. Free.
For more information, call the library at 882-3114.
March 11 at 2 pm
Northern Elephant Seals
& the Point Reyes Lighthouse
Nik Epanchin, Point Arena Lighthouse Board of Director’s
Vice President, has been a winter docent at the Point Reyes
Lighthouse since 2002. He will give a brief history of this
historic lighthouse and speak about the Northern elephant
seal population that thrives along the Point Reyes National
Seashore. Nik has been able to observe their behavior and
life cycle for over 15 years. Free.
|South Coast Stamp Club
March 10, 12:30-3:00 pm
Find out about different countries, historical time periods, exotic places,
and interesting people. All ages and collecting interests welcome!
Share, trade, & more!
For more information, contact Martin Sweet at
Kid’s stamp table. Free beginner kits, door prizes!
|Friends of the Library
Saturday, March 24
and Sunday, March 25
10 am- 3 pm
All proceeds benefit the FOCCL