In launching its 2022-23 season, Marin Theatre Company is leaning on some wildly successful talents, a mix of classics and innovative new material and a collaboration with Tam High School’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble.
Marin City is set to have an extended, much-deserved opportunity to celebrate its rich history and deep cultural impact with a series of events that kick off Aug. 20 and run through early November. The over-arching series – dubbed Marin City 80 – celebrates eight generations of Black people from Marin City.
Marin County Emergency Medical Services Agency continues to ramp up its efforts to educate the community on ways to save a life. On Saturday, August 13 from 10am-2pm at locations throughout Marin, they’re hosting a free lifesaving training session.
Two Gentlemen of Verona by Angelica Kauffman (1789). Love, Betrayal, Redemption…and a bit with a dog. That's how the multi-talented group at the Curtain Theatre , which has produced free theater for more than 20 years, sums up its latest production –...
Kristina Rudzinskaya has launched Etalon, a product line that seeks to help people improve their postures in a kind and enjoyable way via her patent-pending design that she says has garnered praise from leading orthopedists in the SF Bay Area.
The Mill Valley Arts Commission is looking to build on that surge of active artwork built around the theme of diversity, equity and inclusion by seeking and accepting artwork to display in the spaces in and around the Mill Valley Aquatics and Fitness Center, part of the Mill Valley Community Center at 180 Camino Alto.
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On Sept. 21, that tradition continues when Chabad Mill Valley, the local chapter of one of the largest Hasidic groups and Jewish religious organizations in the world, teams up with the Mill Valley Public Library to celebrate Rosh Hashanah – the Jewish New Year, a two-day observance and celebration that begins on the first day of Tishrei.
The Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center is located in the historic Depot building, right on the downtown Plaza. Painting courtesy of Linda Rosso Studio.
Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais and extending to the marshland surrounding Richardson Bay, Mill Valley has the charm of a small European village that’s an equal draw for hikers and runners, musicians and artists, foodies and fashionistas, and moms and dads with strollers.
Mill Valley hosts a range of cultural activities such as the internationally recognized Mill Valley Film Festival, which brings in leading filmmakers and movie aficionados from across the country. Locals throughout the Bay Area come for the annual events, including Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting, the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival and Winterfest. They also enjoy Mill Valley’s nightlife, with live theatre, music and comic venues, where famous guest artists are known to “drop in” for an evening to entertain.
Mill Valley’s vibrant business districts offer a variety of shopping delights, from one-of-a-kind boutique clothing shops, salons and yoga studios to pet stores. Mill Valley has the best selection of restaurants per square mile in Marin — you can find everything from top-rated chops, to local craft beer, artisan coffee, handmade pizzas, freshly baked bread, gourmet burgers and more!
Whether you plan to enjoy Mill Valley for an afternoon, a weekend or a lifetime, its small-town ambiance, unique cultural activities and lush natural scenery are sure to delight your senses.