The beloved Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival is back for the 64th time to celebrate art and community in Old Mill Park on September 18 and 19 from 10am to 5pm. The Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival started in 1957 as a 9-day harvest festival that took place in Lytton Square. Much like today, the festival featured music, dancing, strolling minstrels and clowns. In 1960 “Mill Valley Fall Festival Days” was celebrated in conjunction with the city’s 60th anniversary. During this three-day September event, art became the main attraction. In 1962, the festival became a non-profit and moved to its current location of Old Mill Park. The festival now features 125 artists from near and far plus exceptional musical entertainment. The music stage will showcase live music from Noon to 5 p.m. daily with local talents such as Matt Jaffe Band, Lorin Rowan, Trio Viva and The Loralax. Check out the full line up on the festival website.