As MVPD seeks to dig out of its pandemic-driven losses, with meter rates expected to rise to $2.50 per hour in some places, Mill Valley residents and visitors have an ace in the hole: the RSVP sticker.
The free series of film screenings under the stars on a giant inflatable screen in local parks – all part of a collaboration among Mill Valley Recreation, the Mill Valley Chamber and the California Film Institute – returns for its ninth season with a quintet of blockbuster films across a pair of incredible venues. The Movies in the Park series kicked off in 2014 and has gotten bigger and better every year since.
MVFAF Volunteer Coordinator Phil Garratt hopes you’ll “think of one or two friends or family members you think might enjoy a day in the redwoods (as you do) and ask them to signup. That would help me enormously. Thanks in advance!”
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The arrival of rare or never before released always creates an extra amount of buzz at Gary Scheuenstuhl’s Mill Valley Music shop, the longtime go-to hub for vinyl music lovers throughout Mill Valley and beyond.
“When I reached the top, I knew I had the pace and the momentum,” Owens told the IJ. “I just kept ticking people off the list as I passed them on the downhill. I made the last pass on Insult (Hill) and I knew I had it.”
The event is set to be the first MarinArts Presents, a series of unique arts streamed events that underscore their seasonal fundraising. At “The Art of Collecting,” gallery owners will discuss the strategies, best practices, and joys of purchasing artwork. The live broadcast airs out of the Seager Gray Gallery at 12–12:45pm.
If the climate disruption isn’t front of mind for you, a group of multi-talented artists, poets and musicians are bringing the emergency directly to the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts in the form of World on Fire, a spoken-word and musical performance of 15 poems by diverse poets, responding to climate disruption and its effects on the planet, with grief, humor, remorse, outrage and love.