Mill Valley Historical Society Invites Kids to Paint a Full-Sized Model of Engine No. 9 Locomotive – Sept. 18, 25 & Oct 2

Mill Valley Historical Society Invites Kids to Paint a Full-Sized Model of Engine No. 9 Locomotive – Sept. 18, 25 & Oct 2

Engine No. 9 Calling all art-loving kiddos: The Mill Valley Historical Society is inviting children and their families to come to the Mill Valley Lumber Yard (129 Miller Ave.) on a trio of upcoming Saturdays – Sept. 18, Sept. 25, and Oct. 2, from 11am to 2pm – to help...
2021 Spirit of Marin Awards to Honor Mill Valley Market, City Manager Alan Piombo – Sept. 24

2021 Spirit of Marin Awards to Honor Mill Valley Market, City Manager Alan Piombo – Sept. 24

Click image for full-size view. In a typical year, the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce selects a business or “business citizen” of the year at Bank of Marin’s annual Spirit of Marin Awards to be honored for their community contributions and...
In the Wake of Mill Valley’s Long Overdue Reckoning Over Racial Inequity, Historical Society Takes a Look at How We Got Here

In the Wake of Mill Valley’s Long Overdue Reckoning Over Racial Inequity, Historical Society Takes a Look at How We Got Here

The immediate wake of the George Floyd murder – and the endless tragedies for Black Americans that preceded them – sparked such a stark, galvanizing global moment of protest in 2020, including in Mill Valley, that it was easy to view it in a vacuum. But the folks that...
Future-Proofing an Icon: Ralston White Retreat Weathers Pandemic, Invests in Infrastructure and Fire Safety Upgrades

Future-Proofing an Icon: Ralston White Retreat Weathers Pandemic, Invests in Infrastructure and Fire Safety Upgrades

Scenes from the Ralston White Retreat at 2 El Capitan Avenue. From the Depot building and the Mill Valley Library to City Hall and the Outdoor Garden, to name just a few, Mill Valley has a splendor of historic, architectural jewels. But one of those jewels rarely gets...