The Mill Valley City Council is seeking applicants to serve, contribute and to utilize the top talent that exists among the residents of the community for the City’s various Boards, Commissions and Committees.
Dark + Light – The Rock and Roll Photography of Jay Blakesberg will showcase on April 3, 2018 at 5:30PM.
Thursdays, May 8th through 29th, 3:30pm
Join our new Mad Scientists Club! Kids will experiment with scientific and engineering principles in this 4-week, hands-on STEM series. Sessions include creating Rube Goldberg Machines, Index Card Architecture, Speed Racer and Hover Flyer Science.
Plan to come to all four meetings:Tuesdays 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 | 3:30pm – 4:15pm
Third and fourth graders only. Registration required.
At their meeting on Monday evening, the Mill Valley City Council approved a Resolution approving the plans and specifications for the long-awaited Sycamore Park Restroom and authorizing the City Manager to award and execute a construction contract.
Sunday, April 22, 11am
Join us in the Main Reading Room of the Library for an Earth Day Concert with Charity Kahn! Get your dancing shoes on and be ready to jam, sing, and spin while celebrating Mother Earth! All ages.
Sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild presents the books that inspired and informed her professional interest in crossing "empathy walls," from the work of C. Wright Mills, who connected personal troubles with public issues, to W. J. Cash's Mind of the South, a predecessor to her own work exploring Southern identity. Reflecting on George Orwell's inspiring essays on writing, Hochschild also touches on the theory behind her on-the-ground sociological research and discusses her recent book, Strangers in Their Own Land: Fear and Mourning on the American Right.
April 19, 2018 - Welcome to this week's edition of MVConnect, a biweekly digest with timely updates and summaries of recent news and events. This week we have updates on the following:
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The latest news on the first phase of the WWTP Master Plan implementation to ensure reliable treatment of wastewater, as well as compliance with regional, State and Federal regulations.
Please join the Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin Board, Mill Valley City Council, and community members from The Redwoods’ Seniors for Peace to mark the completion of the Camino Alto Pump Station.