Mill Valley positively blushes with love this weekend, with a variety of Valentine's Day-related performances, activities and even some heart health fairs that would make even Cupid gush with affection.
Take a step back in time on Saturday to 1930s Paris, where will serenade audience members with romantic love songs at .
Earlier in the day and also in the evening, Adopt a Family will host a at the , offering attendees a chance to shop for gifts for the ones they love while helping low-income families in Marin.
For those who know love is more than a four-letter word, the ’s children’s room will host a for kids in grades four through eighth. On Sunday, fans are invited to ramp up the competition at a full-fledged , also at the library.
The will host an , a display of works by six of the county’s finest professional artists. The show will continue through Sunday.
On Friday and Saturday, it’s up to audience members to guess who dunnit in , at . Nautical attire is encouraged.
Also on Friday, Mill Valley artist Bernard Healey continues his art class, the will meet and the continues its new production of , through Feb. 20.
Start your day Saturday on a healthy note by attending the at Strawberry Village, with screenings, presentations and fitness activities.
Closer to downtown, will host its own event, with cholesterol screenings, consultations and product samples.
If you’ve got crafting on your mind, check out the at , and transform a used book into a Valentine-worthy work of art.
Help honor the presidents on Saturday with , an effort to help restore the marsh by planting 25,000 native species.
And end the day with , who will perform a toe-tapping American Roots concert that combines intricate fiddling with infectious grooves at 142 Throckmorton.
The continues, as part of a five-week class sponsored by the . The O’Hanlon Center for the Arts will host its weekly .
Also that day, bring garden excesses to the at , check out the and swing by the Public Library for .
On Sunday, ’ features Marin County brews and the people who make them.
The Mill Valley Chamber Music Society will sponsor a performance by the , a group of sisters who play violin, viola and cello, at .
The O’Hanlon Center will present .
Craig Jessup will round out the weekend of love in , performing love songs from a wide ranger of composes such as Rodgers and Hart, George Gershwin and Noel Coward.
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