Fairfax Library 2097 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 The Fairfax Library, at the west end of town across from St. Rita's, is one branch of the Marin County Free Libraries.…More In addition to being connected to the other county-run libraries, such as the ones in West Marin, the Fairfax Library is connected to all other town libraries through a database. Library card-holders are able to reserve or check out books from any library in the county. The Fairfax Library also puts on a number of community and kid-focused events. There are reading clubs for adults and teens, as well as weekly children's groups. The library posts a blog on its website that keeps patrons up-to-date with the most current events. In addition, the library recently began a service, Overdrive, which allows card-holders to download books and audio on their computers.
San Anselmo Library 110 Tunstead Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 The San Anselmo Library is a small community library tucked away on Tunstead Avenue, next to the Town Hall. Although the…More library has been forced to cut back its open hours and services over the years, it benefitted from a $49 parcel tax that was passed in November 2010 to fund the library's operation and was able to expand hours, services, and hire a children's librarian. The San Anselmo Library's children's section is one of the more cherished town entities, with a designated children's librarian and Book Babies events. As part of a network of Marin County libraries, this location allows card holders to request books and media from any library in Marin for a 50¢ fee. The library also has access to some university and academic databases and systems. To get a library card, a patron need only have proof of address and doesn't have to be a resident of San Anselmo.