Cashmere Pop-Up at 30 Miller Avenue.

Kelly Scott, a longtime ultra-creative downtown Mill Valley retailer and owner of The Goods, a shop at 6 Miller that is laden with “unique gifts, vintage finds, locally sourced treasures and lots of cashmere,” is temporarily expanding her portfolio.

Scott, the former owner of both the Alpha Dog shop as well as Sundry, a kitchen- and garden-focused store that was at 118 Throckmorton Ave. – the former home of Branded Boutique, the Mill Valley Hat Box, a laundromat and a fledgling version of Mill Valley Market before that – is opening up a short-term op-up shop within the former Terrestra space.

Terrestra was owned by the husband-and-wife duo of Ray Kristof and Amy Satran and described as a “museum store without the museum.” Terrestra moved out of its space at 30 Miller Ave. last month and moved the popular store to Sacramento be closer to their home in Sacramento. The shop has been in the Bay Area for 20 years, with 10 of those years at 30 Miller Avenue across the street from the Depot Plaza.

Scott plans to use the space to sell cashmere scarves, wraps, ponchos and blankets.
She’s opening the shop on October 18th through November 5th, with store hours from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-6pm each day and 11am-5pm on Sunday.
Scott will also keep the store open after Nov. 5th and transition it into More Goods, a kitchen holiday store until January 1.