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Depot Bookstore & Cafe
87 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
You can find Depot Bookstore in the middle of Lytton Square. It sells a large selection of fiction and non-fictionMore books, and if it doesn't have what you're looking for, it can special order it for you. It also has plenty of newspapers and magazines to choose from. There is a café attached to the bookstore that sells coffee and baked goods as well as outdoor seating if the weather permits.
Dedona, Gregory Architect
305 Wickham Drive, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Full Service Architecture + Planning Practice serving Mill Valley and Marin County since 1989. New Homes, Additions,More and Remodels. I specialize in Residential Design and Construction, Planning & Site Design, Interior Design, Kitchens and Baths, Feasibility Assessments and Consultation, Entitlements and Permit Approvals, Green Building & Sustainable Design, and Construction Administration. Visit me @ www.DedonaArchitect.com and Houzz @ www.houzz.com/pro/gregdedona
The UPS Store
775 E Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

The UPS Store offers a suite of services for both businesses and individuals. It also has private mailboxes availableMore for rent. These mailboxes permit receipt of USPS mail and packages from various carriers including UPS, FedEx, DHL and private courier. This location offers digital passport photos within minutes. There's self-service color copiers available, as well. A notary is available Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 am - 5:30 pm and Saturday from 9 am - 4 pm.  

The UPS pick up times for this location are Monday through Friday at 4:30 pm and Saturday at noon. You can find this UPS Store close to the US Post Office near Camino Alto in Mill Valley.

Masonic Hall
19 Corte Madera Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Originally built in 1903, the Masonic Hall has served as the lodge for the Masons of Mill Valley for more than aMore 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.

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