Welcome to The Outdoor Art Club
The Outdoor Art Club is a private, nonprofit women's organization which was formed in 1902. Our mission is "To preserve the natural scenery of Mill Valley and the surrounding country, to beautify the grounds around public buildings, to work against the wanton destruction of birds and game, to encourage the development of outdoor art and to engage in other civic, literary and charitable work."
The clubhouse is available for rental by the public. See Rental page.
Join Robert MacKimmie at the Outdoor Art Club on Thursday, February 2 at 1pm and learn how beekeepers are doing their ecological duty by aiding the workings of nature. “Without assisting the bees,” he says, “the blooming of the flowers and trees would be like musicians dressing up for the symphony, only to find no audience.”
MacKimmie’s City Bees Honey marries best practices for bees with harvesting in distinct San Francisco Bay Area microclimates. Fact: the nectar of the blossoms in the Mission greatly contrasts with the wildly spicy honey made near Candlestick Park!
Come discover the importance of honeybees, pollination and the protocols of bee etiquette. Find out what makes bees thrive and Bay Area honey a sustainable, eclectic world of sweet possibilities. Tell a friend and bring a friend to this Free Public Event. Light refreshments will be served.