Sep 19, 2009-
Sep 20, 2009
10:00AM - 06:00PM
Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival
Beautiful art under the Redwoods
Old Mill Park
Event Description

What: Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival
When: Saturday September 19th 10:00 am to 6:00pm and
Sunday September 20th 10:00am to 5:00pm 2009
Where: Old Mill Park, 320 Throckmorton Ave.
Mill Valley CA 94941
Public info: or call 415 381-8090
Tickets at the gate: $8 GA, $5 students and seniors, free for Children under 12

Experience beautiful art in the magical redwoods of historic Old Mill Park at the 53rd annual Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival.

Mill Valley CA - This long running and highly competitive juried art festival attracts 130 artists from as far as Hawaii and New York and thousands of art lovers who come to enjoy their art. Unique to this art festival is that it is produced not by a professional production company but by a volunteer committee of local artists! These committed volunteers have given the Bay Area community a spectacular festival to enjoy for 53 years.  Any surplus funds from this non-profit Festival goes right back to the community to support ongoing art projects in the public schools.

The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival always features two full days of fine musical entertainment and children’s activities and fantastic food benefiting other local non-profits.

Festival goers are encouraged to park away from downtown and take the free shuttle buses, which run continuously from twelve bus stops around Mill Valley.  For information, call 415-381-8090 or visit <>   

Fee: $8.00

Contact Information
Name: Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival     Email:
Phone: 415-381-8090



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