Thursday, January 14, 2016

The Series Moves to the Sausalito Woman's Club

I'm Ink, Therefore I Am: the Wit and Gentle Humor of Phil Frank

On January 30 the Sausalito Public Library's documentary film series moves to the Sausalito Woman's Club for a special Saturday evening tribute to Phil Frank, the cartoonist, writer and historian who was one of Sausalito's most beloved residents until he passed away at the age of sixty-four in 2007.

Expect a few surprises as the evening program takes a look at Phil’s political cartoons about Sausalito, film clips of Phil discussing his work, and on-stage interviews. A commentator will interview friends and our own, Susan Frank, to discuss Phil’s brilliant satire while poking fun at Sausalito city council members and notorious locals.

This special event is co-sponsored by the Sausalito Woman's Club, the Sausalito Historical Society and the Sausalito Public Library. There is no charge for the event, but donations will be accepted. Any proceeds to benefit the Sausalito Historical Society and Sausalito Public Library. No-host bar and small bites from the “SWS Farley Bar.”

Doors open at 6:30 pm with the program starting at 7pm
Sausalito Woman’s Club, 120 Central Avenue, Sausalito

To help us gauge attendance, please RSVP to Debra Andelin, debandelin@earthlink.net, or Abbot Chambers, achambers@ci.sausalito.ca.us, (415) 289-4123.