The Tamalpais Conservation Club was started in 1912 with the mission of preserving the jewel of Marin, Mount…More Tamalpais, for generations to come. Their focus is to help acquire open space for preservation.
This nonprofit organization accepts donations of time and money to keep their mission going. They have over 800 members who contribute to the preservation of Mount Tamalpais. There is an online donation function on their website.
They also have a volunteer team that restores trails on Mount Tam. They operate in an office behind Cabana Home on East Blithedale Avenue in Mill Valley.
Founded in 1976 by Director Kathleen Mecca, Mount Tamalpais School is a private, co-ed day school for grades…More kindergarten through eighth.
The school seeks to provide students with a solid academic foundation and to foster a genuine enthusiasm for learning through a departmentalized, integrated curriculum that allows each teacher to use a variety of methods and materials to strengthen individual skills. According to Mecca, teachers operate in their areas of greatest strength and expertise, giving students the best of all worlds. The curriculum leans heavily towards math, science, performing arts, language and physical education.
A nonprofit organization, Mount Tamalpais School is governed by a board of trustees that includes parents, alumni parents, alumni and community members. The Parent Council holds social and fund-raising events and coordinates family volunteer assistance to the school.
Larkspur Hotel, Mill Valley 160 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA94941 Located on Shoreline Highway in Mill Valley, the Larkspur Hotel offers comfortable and convenient lodging near Mount…More Tamalpais, the Muir Woods and Stinson Beach. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a business center, an outdoor heated pool and a fitness center. To make a reservation, call the Larkspur Hotel during regular business hours.