Mill Valley Golf Clubhouse 267 Buena Vista Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 The Mill Valley Golf Clubhouse is operated by the city's Parks and Recreation Department. The facility is available for…More parties and special events. The building has a maximum capacity of 125 standing and 90 seated, with additional seating in the bar area. It features a main hall, a full commercial kitchen, a stage, fireplace and hardwood flooring.
Ernest Bloch Memorial Park 26 Corte Madera Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Earnest Bloch Memorial Park is a very tiny park located behind the parking lot of Mill Valley City Hall, next to the…More creek. This park's one bench is situated on a small deck that overlooks the creek and is surrounded by towering redwood trees. It is the perfect place to relax, eat lunch, or sip on a beverage. Public restrooms are provided in City Hall.
Alpha Internet Systems 525 Midvale Way, Mill Valley, CA94941 Online since 1995, Alpha Internet Systems provides specialized web services in the Mill Valley area. The focus is…More providing local governments with internet technology, reduced workloads and to connect more easily with the community. The main tool is the City Hall Online software suite.
Originally built in 1903, the Masonic Hall has served as the lodge for the Masons of Mill Valley for more than a…More century. The hall, which holds 225 people for shows and seats 125, has long been home to a variety of private events and occasional concerts.
But in 2010, the old Masonic Hall is getting a much-needed makeover. Ged Robertson, owner of Small Shed Flatbreads on Madrona Street, struck a long-term lease deal with the Masons for exclusive booking rights and the right to turn the dated building into a modern music hall in the heart of Mill Valley.
Mr. Robertson's company, In the Woods Productions, is now booking live music four nights a week at the hall, and is also booking private events the other nights. In January 2010, Grateful Dead bandmates Bob Weir and Phil Lesh performed in the hall in a series of rehearsals for their group, Furthur. Once Mr. Robertson obtains the requisite permits from the city, he hopes to renovate the space and add a café. The venture hopes to make up for the loss of Sweetwater, the celebrated local music club that closed its doors in 2007.