MILL VALLEY FALL
September 20–21, 10 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Old Mill Park, Throckmorton
Avenue, Mill Valley
Explore the work of 150 new
and returning fine artists in
the Redwood Grove of Old Mill
Park at the 58th annual event.
The juried works include prints,
jewelry, paintings, woodwork,
photography and sculpture. The
festival is rated one of the top
10 fine arts and crafts shows
in the Northwest and features
exceptional live music from
Tim Weed and Dirty Cello and
children’s entertainment. New
this year, juried art installations
and special invited Bay Area
artists Davis Perkins and
$10 General, $5 seniors/
students, free kids 12 and under
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OPENING RECEPTION FOR
September 6, 5–8 p.m.
19 Ross Common Art Space, Ross
Celebrate the opening of Marin
painter Snowdon Kinney’s new art
exhibition Land Sea Sky. See her
large-scale oil paintings inspired by
the colors and atmosphere of Tahiti.
The exhibition will be on view
September 6–30. Enjoy food, drinks
and music in the Tahitian style at the
beautiful light-filled art gallery in
Ross Common. Plenty of parking nearby.
Free, RSVP to email@example.com
ANGELS BY THE BAY
October 11, 5: 30 p.m.
Meadow Club, 1001 Bolinas
The Marin Center for
Independent Living is
celebrating its 35th anniversary.
The event kicks off with wine
tasting from seven exclusive California wineries, passed hors d’oeuvres, cosmo
fountains and live music — enjoy while browsing the unique silent auction.
The gourmet dinner is paired with fine international wines courtesy of Global
Wine Company. The live auction promises to deliver one-of-a-kind experiences
designed for every taste (including a couple of fantastic chef’s dinners). After
dinner, relax in the Cut and Light Cigar Bar and dance the night away. All proceeds
benefit MCIL, an organization that serves older adults and those with disabilities.
$225 ticket, $2, 100 table of 10
Kathleen Woodcock 415.459.6245, ext. 17;
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