In the years since Mill Valley Lumber Yard opened, it’s become a multi-faceted community gathering space and retail and foodie destination.

Its spaces span an array of uses, including the much-lauded Watershed Restaurant from Ged Robertson and Kyle Swain, Flour Craft Bakery from Heather Hardcastle and Rick Perko, Stacy King’s Lulu Design JewelryLouise Dockstader’s Once AroundMad Dogs & Englishman, an innovative, creative bicycle shop from Jennifer Blevins and Martin Watson, longtime MVLY stalwarts in Molly de Vries’ Ambatalia and Gayle Nicoletti’s Bloomingayles, Suzy Ekman’s Makers Market, Amy Lowery’s The Edit, Brit Morin’s Makeshop and Paige Mycoskie’s Aviator Nation. Not to mention artist Victoria Mimiaga‘s studio upstairs and an array of artist, designer and business spaces.

It’s all enough to warrant its own blog!

So MVLY has done just that, debuting it this month to highlight the array of creativity and community spirit at 129 Miller Avenue. The blog’s first post is about female-owned businesses and holiday shopping.

MVLY is also serving up some free holiday music this week, Dec. 19-20, from 11am-1pm from Trio Viva

Second, we will be having music this weekend for holiday shoppers to enjoy while they shop.  If you wouldn’t mind including this information on your next post- we would be grateful!

“For some holiday fun, try to find the cute woodland creatures hidden around the Lumber Yard as part of our Holiday Hide ‘n Seek as well as the silver stars from the MV Chamber Winterfest Holiday Hunt in the window of our retail stores and eateries,” they said in announcing the weekend’s festivities. “We hope to share some holiday cheer while you support these important local businesses.” 

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