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56 Year Reunion Announcement!
Mill Valley Reunion Annual Event
Old Mill Park
The Mill Valley Reunion Annual Event is an annual picnic at Old Mill Park. It is held from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on the second Saturday in August, if the organizers can get the park reserved a year in advance.
Everyone who lived in Mill Valley or nearby or who went to Tam is invited. Except for the pandemic years, there have been 100 to 250 attendees, including a few dozen from the mid 60s.
Bring your own everything, including a dish to share, if you can.
Parking is always difficult--plan to walk or get a ride if you can.
NO DOGS! The City is very strict about this and could refuse to allow future events.
Check the Info link below to go to the Mill Valley Reunion Annual Event page on Facebook for updated information before the event.
1/18/2018 Michael Kelley Biber (Tam 1967) 1949 - 2017
Michael Kelley Biber Jan. 14, 1949 - Dec. 29, 2017
Michael was born in San Francisco. The family moved to Mill Valley when he was 5 years old. He attended Tam High School, where he excelle
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3/20/2015 Dan Caldwell – Tam/Drake 1952; teacher and drama
Daniel Edmund Caldwell
1935 – 2015
Family and friends were saddened when Daniel Edmund "Dan" Caldwell passed away on March 15th as a result of Alzheimer's complications. The memory of
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2/20/2011 Mosaics from 1930's New Deal project restored at Tam High
By Will Jason
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 02/19/2011 03:52:00 PM PST
After spending 37 years in a moldy storage room, a pair of 13-foot-tall mosaics dating to the 1930s could be
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Feature-Length Documentary, Mill Valley Film Festival '08
Sylvia Hart, Mike Biber, Don Hunter, Scott Nelson, and James Webb Jr., plus Guy Barnett Bachelis, Jewell Barrow, Ernie Bergman's sister Julia, Joe Breeze and Steve Potts (for all you mountain bikers), Bill Champlin, George Duke, Betty Hodges, Tom Killion, Ann Killion, Rob Nillson, and Eileen Van Moppes. Teachers with speaking parts include Pete Beldon, Chuck Crawford, Frank Gold, Bob Greenwood, Willie Hector, Iris Meyers, Robert Prather, and Robert Sherman. Ed Chavez, Alice Dolan, Bruce Grant, Paul Schwarzbart, and Margaret Zegart are on the interviewee list.
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I live in Petaluma, California, about 40 minutes north of San Francisco, with my wife and 2 small dachshunds. After many years in the corporate world, I'm finally able to pursue my passion for creating objects in wood. Over the years I've made a variety of "things-to-put-things-in" for my friends and family, and made every excuse I can think of to justify buying more wood working tools for my home workshop. I'm someone who likes wood and tools.
I enjoy the challenge of joining together pieces of wood, polishing them to make the grain dance, and attempting to make them approach art. I enjoy the process of learning, creating, and sculpting while following the natural wandering of the wood grain. I work very slowly.
Born on November 11
Joined May 9, 2013
Hardwoods, maple, cocobolo, rosewood, wenge, ebony, walnut, cherry, bloodwood, padauk, purpleheart
Welcome to TelfordWoodArt!
I value unconventional design, precision joinery, deep hand polishing, practical function, and beautifully grained wood. Every piece I make is unique, but fits a purpose and is intended to last for generations.
If these things are important to you, too, you might like my work.
My objects are only from the finest hard woods available, and are selected to create a pleasing contrast in tones.
If you see something you "almost like" I can work with you to make it your own.
I currently show my work in galleries in northern California.
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