Mill Valley Public Library 375 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Established in 1908, the Mill Valley Public Library is a community keystone, providing area residents with an array of…More services designed around culture, education and fun. In addition to standard book, periodical and audio book lending, the library also offers internet-accessible computers, complete with reference databases, an online card catalog, free Wi-Fi, a host of lectures, art exhibits, book clubs, readings by local authors and more.
Known for its vast collection, a comprehensive local history room and an array of children's programs, the Mill…More Valley Public Library has long been an area institution. A number of reading rooms accommodated the town's early population, but the library really got off the ground in July 1911 on the back of a $10,000 grant from the Carnegie Foundation. The library was first located at the corner of Lovell Avenue and Madrona Street, with about 750 donated books.</p>
<p>City Librarian Anji Brenner and her team of reference librarians and volunteers oversee a collection of more than 132,000 books and an ever-growing catalog of digital content.</p>
Established in 1981, Marin Day Schools is a nonprofit organization that provides early childhood education at two…More campuses in Mill Valley and extended day services at five schools in the Mill Valley School District. It is part of Bright Horizons Family Solutions, a provider of employer-sponsored child care and early education for more than 700 clients in the U.S., Europe and Canada.</p>
<p>Marin Day Schools uses the "World at Their Fingertips" developmental, anti-bias and multicultural curriculum, which is child centered, hands-on, experiential, project-based and fun.</p>
<p>The Mill Valley campus is a project-based program that is community oriented and uses its location near Old Mill Park and the Mill Valley Public Library for field studies and project work.</p>