Explore the Alma this weekend on Angel Island

The historic schooner, The Alma, will be docked at Angel Island this Friday and Saturday. Fred Siemer, a German immigrant, constructed two scow schooners. Siemer named the first after his daughter, Adelia. The second one built at Hunter’s Point was named after grand daughter Alma in 1896. Alma’s construction was not unique, but it was […]

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Summer 2014 on Angel Island is all about free live music and fun family events

Here at Angel Island Tiburon Ferry we know weekends are all about enjoying quality time with friends and family, and this Summer – Angel Island State Park is all about FREE live music and FREE fun family events on the weekends to get you and the kids out of the house and enjoying the great […]

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Sun Powers “The Rock”

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Though the prison closed in 1963, 1.4 million visitors now tour Alcatraz each year. “The Rock” has been powered for 75 years by diesel fuel ferried across the bay. In 2012, a 280 kW solar photovoltaic system was installed on the roof of the island’s main cell house and provides roughly 66% of the island’s […]

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Tiburon's Jerry Thayer remembered as fair, thoughtful, respectful

lagha@marinij.com @LaithAgha on Twitter Jerry Thayer was not one to hold a grudge. When the Tiburon councilman lost his battle to keep a town hall from being built downtown, he joined his opponents to make the project happen. Read full article at http://www.marinij.com/marinnews/ci_26121844/tiburons-jerry-thayer-remembered-fair-thoughtful-respectful?source=rss >> Read full story at MarinIJ.com >>

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Angel Island Hosts Free ‘California Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Day’ this Weekend

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Taking place Friday & Saturday July 11 & 12, 2014 – Angel Island State Park invites the public to celebrate “Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Day” from 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with the goal to “catch a fish, camp under the stars, discover California’s rich past on Angel Island State Park…and much more. These […]

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Angel Island Hosts Free ‘California Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Day’ this Weekend

http://youtu.be/rYlTKt6iYQQ

Taking place Friday & Saturday July 11 & 12, 2014 – Angel Island State Park invites the public to celebrate “Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Day” from 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. with the goal to “catch a fish, camp under the stars, discover California’s rich past on Angel Island State Park…and much more. These […]

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Tiburon freediver has sights set on breaking his own national record

Tiburon’s John Hullverson has been known to wear a purple and pink speedo during competitions with the words “Hot Curry” written on them. Read full article at http://www.marinij.com/tiburonbelvedere/ci_26087507/tiburon-freediver-has-sights-set-breaking-his-own?source=rss >> Read full story at MarinIJ.com >>

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Intersolar Returning to San Francisco: Strengthens Partnership with CALSEIA

SAN FRANCISCO, June 09, 2014 – Intersolar North America, the most well attended industry exhibition and conference in North America for solar professionals to exchange information and develop business opportunities, announced today it has formed a new, long-term agreement with valued partner California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA). Together, the partners will work to strengthen supportive […]

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