Daniel Caldwell Theatre 700 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 This theater is a performing arts venue housed at Talampais High School in Mill Valley. Built in 2006, the theater most…More often hosts performances by the Conservatory Theatre Ensemble, a community arts education program. Upcoming performances can be found online, and tickets may be purchased over the phone or at the Caldwell Theatre box office. For further inquiries, phone the Daniel Caldwell Theatre.
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.
O'Hanlon Center for the Arts 616 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 The O'Hanlon Center for the Arts is a nonprofit art center that offers studio space to the public. The center provides…More ongoing workshops in the visual arts, literary arts, performing arts, as well as family and children's programs. Art exhibitions and artist roundtable dialogues are regularly held at the center. A variety of spaces are also available for rent, including the loft, studio, gallery, loka, koya, meadow, potting shed and sculpture gardens.
Room Art Gallery hosts local and international artists in order to inspire and…More educate while contributing to the local and global community. The gallery is headed by Agne Correll. Correll’s studio hosts monthly art installations and invitational evening receptions with artists. Room Art also offers art consulting, art leasing, custom art creation and interior design services.
The Community Church of Mill Valley was founded in 1925 to "provide a Christian fellowship where all who are…More searching for the meaning of life, regardless of background, might freely worship and serve," according to a church bulletin in 1969.
The church held services at the Outdoor Arts Club until 1930, when it moved to its current location at Throckmorton Avenue and Olive Street. The church established its denominational affiliation with the United Church of Christ in 1962. Today, five generations worship at the Community Church.
Perhaps the church's greatest achievement came in December 1972 with the creation and establishment of The Redwoods, the affordable housing retirement center that has grown to house 350 residents and become a vital part of the community.