Book Passage: 51 Tamal Vista Blvd., Corte Madera 415-927-0960 bookpassage.com. Dec. 4: Doug Brinkley discusses “Silent Spring Revolution.” 1 p.m. online and in person Dec. 4: Corte Madera resident Emil DeAndreis discusses “Tell Us When to Go.” 4 p.m. in man or woman Dec. 7: Chris McDougall and Eric Orton focus on “Born to Run 2.” 1 p.m. on the web Dec. 7: Denver Riggleman discusses “The Breach” with Steve Kettmann. 6 p.m. in particular person Dec. 8: Ethan Chorin discusses “Benghazi!” with Whitney Hischier. 5:30 p.m. online Dec. 10: Matt Coyle discusses “Doomed Legacy.” 11 a.m. in particular person Dec. 10: Jane Smiley discusses “A Dangerous Enterprise.” 1 p.m. in individual Dec. 10: Mike Bernhardt discusses “Voices of the Grieving Heart” for the Still left Coast Writers. 2 p.m. in particular person Dec. 14: David Hinton discusses “Wild Mind, Wild Earth” with Matt Zepelin. 5:30 p.m. on line.
Corte Madera Library: 707 Meadowsweet Generate, Corte Madera marinlibrary.org. Dec. 8: Fiona Lowenstein, Karla Monterroso and Lisa McCorkell focus on “The Prolonged COVID Survival Manual.” 6:30 p.m. on the net. Sign up on the web.
Stage Reyes Guides: 11315 Highway 1, Issue Reyes Station 415-663-1542 ptreyesbooks.com. Dec. 6: David Hinton discusses “Wild Thoughts, Wild Earth: Our Spot in the Sixth Extinction.” 5:30 p.m. on the internet. Sign up on the internet.
Issue Reyes Presbyterian Church: 11445 Highway 1, Issue Reyes Station ptreyesbooks.com/event/sam-contis. Dec. 10: Sam Contis discusses “Overpass” with Inverness resident Chris Jennings. 4 p.m. in person.
Sausalito Publications by the Bay: 100 Bay St., Sausalito 415-887-9967 sausalitobooksbythebay.com. Dec. 10: Getaway get together showcasing a storytime with author Tracy Tandy. 11 a.m. in man or woman.
Dominican University’s Creekside Area: 50 Acacia Ave., San Rafael firstname.lastname@example.org. Dec. 7: Entire world Affairs Council Marin Chapter offers Andrew Reddie, founder of College of California, Berkeley’s Threat and Stability Lab, talking on “Artificial Intelligence in Armed service Functions.” 7 p.m. in man or woman. Refreshments served. Admission is $10 college students are free of charge.
Novato Metropolis Corridor: 901 Sherman Ave. novatohistory.org. Dec. 10: California archaeologist and former director of the Museum of the American Indian Teresa Saltzman discusses “The Coastline Miwok and their Buying and selling Networks in the Novato Area” at the Novato Historical Guild meeting. 10 a.m. in individual.
St. Rita Catholic Church: 100 Marinda Generate, Fairfax 415-456-4815 saintritachurch.org. Dec. 6: Professor Jesse Anttila-Hughes discusses “Laudato Sí, Local weather Alter and World-wide Conflict in the 21st Century.” 7 p.m. in person.
Wonderfest: wonderfest.org. Dec. 8: Elizabeth Wrigley-Industry, an assistant professor at the College of Minnesota in the department of sociology and the Minnesota Populace Middle, discusses “Human Populations.” 8 p.m. Sign-up online.
— Compiled by Colleen Bidwill
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