Point Molate

At the turn of the 20th century, Pt. Molate was  a bustling enclave of incongruous enterprises.  Home to one of the last remaining whaling stations in the country and Winehaven – once  the largest winery in the U.S. – she was converted to a Navy fueling depot for the  Pacific Fleet in World War II. Today she sits abandoned, awaiting her future.  And through the crinolined parapets of the Winehaven castle, those spirit keepers amongst us capture the majestic views from her shoreline, the extraordinary land forms, the
memories of what was, and the hauntingimages of time’s inexorable advance.

Join us for a fascinating glimpse into one of the hidden treasures of the Bay Area – Pt. Molate, depicted in photography, painting, and
scultpure.

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