With the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday and school on the verge of emptying in anticipation of “ski week,” you may think Mill Valley might take a break from entertaining this weekend. But there’s plenty to entice those who relish the idea of enjoying a “stay-cation” closer to home.
On Friday, legendary comedian will perform at . He's sure to bring his usual , political satire and trademark V-neck sweater.
Gallery 305 returns through the weekend with its through April 21 at the . Watercolor and fine acrylic art will be featured by four local artists.
Earlier in the day, kids can build confidence and as part of the Marin Humane Society SHARE a Book program at the .
Also that day, the will meet at the , and the will conclude its production of next Sunday, Feb. 27. Plus, you can always pick up some fresh, local produce at the at the Alto Shopping Center.
On Saturday, swing by Depot Plaza to attend the . Held on the first and third Saturday of the month, here’s your chance to share a compliment, idea or even a gripe with one of your local officials. Rain cancels the event.
If you’ve got some creative blocks to overcome, check out , an artists’ workshop at .
Later that evening, rock out with at 142 Throckmorton and get in touch with your inner 1980s.
Also that day, Friends of the Library will host its at the , and the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts’ will host its weekly with Cayen Robertson.
Plus, you can bring garden excesses to the at and swing by the Public Library for story time.
On Sunday, enjoy a foot-stomping good time with your kids with , who will be performing at the clubhouse.
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