Events

2016 Beyond the Book Bash Tickets Now on Sale

2016_bbb_large_banner_BUYJoin us for the seventh annual Beyond the Book Bash

2016 Beyond the Book Bash
Friday, September 30, 8 pm
Throckmorton Theatre, 142 Throckmorton

Don’t Miss This Always-Sold-Out Event. Click HERE to buy your tickets now.

Beyond the Book Bash is an evening full of enticing performances featuring nationally acclaimed and local Bay Area talent.

Come be entertained by a Pulitzer Prize winner, a NY Times Bestselling author, A Moth Story Grand Slam Champion, an award winning HBO Filmmaker, an author of 23 books, a master Def Jam slam Poet, and a local rising music star – all under one roof to celebrate and help fund the Mill Valley Library’s free programming.

Last year Beyond the Book Bash raised $100k thanks to our generous sponsors and those who attended the event. Proceeds from the event support Mill Valley Library programs and services and an endowment that will fund these community resources in perpetuity.

Sponsors also enjoy a VIP, pre-event party at the Seager Gray Gallery. Click here for sponsorship opportunities and join our growing list of sponsors.

6 pm -7:30 pm, Pre-Event VIP Sponsor Party
Seager Gray Gallery, 108 Throckmorton

Become a sponsor, become a library supporter, get your tickets before they sell out.

We look forward to seeing you on September 30th!

Warmly,
Lynn Brinton, Jennifer Flegel and Eileen Hansen

Co-chairs
2016 Beyond the Book Bash

In-Kind Contributors
Caren and Nick Orum, private collection wine donation
Deborah and Jonathan Goldman Picket Fence Vineyards
Fort Point Beer
Front Porch Wines
Jayne Greenberg — Just Jayne Events
Idell Family Vineyards
Mill Valley Flowers
Mill Valley Market
Piazza D’Angelo

Special Thanks
Friends of the Library
Mill Valley Library Staff
Seager Gray Gallery
Throckmorton Theatre

SAVE THE DATE: Beyond the Book Bash, Friday, September 30, 2016

2016_beyond_the_book_bash_large_banner_SPONSORJoin us for the 7th Annual Beyond the Book Bash, a not-to-miss event that brings together literary luminaries and musical all stars in a captivating, rollicking, thought-provoking performance to raise funds for the Mill Valley Library on Friday, September 30, 2016.

One of Mill Valley’s most popular fall events, the Book Bash sells out every year. Guarantee your tickets by sponsoring before general tickets go on sale this summer.

2016 Beyond the Book Bash
Friday September 30, 2016

6 pm – 7:30 pm
Pre-Event VIP Sponsor Party at the Seager Gray Gallery, 108 Throckmorton Avenue

  • Become a sponsor at the $1000 level and above and join us for specialty cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before the performance.

8 pm – 11 pm
Beyond the Book Bash, Throckmorton Theatre, 142 Throckmorton Avenue

  • Celebrate with a full bar, delicious desserts by local chefs and a live performance.

Last year Beyond the Book Bash raised $100k thanks to our generous sponsors and those who attended the event. Proceeds from the event provide critical funding to support Mill Valley Library programs and services and an endowment that will fund these community resources in perpetuity.

Beyond the Book Bash is an evening full of enticing performances featuring nationally acclaimed and local Bay Area talent. Past participants have included: award-winning writer and creative artist Josh Healy, illustrator Wendy McNaughton, poet Dean Rader, author Adam Mansbach and filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine.

Check out the sponsor levels and benefits and become a sponsor today.

We look forward to seeing you on September 30th!

Warmly,
Lynn Brinton, Jennifer Flegel and Eileen Hansen

Co-Chairs
2016 Beyond the Book Bash

2016 Sponsors

We appreciate the commitment and support of friends and neighbors who lead the way with their early sponsorship commitment.

$10,000 – Legend
Jackie and Ken Broad Family Fund

$5000 – Bestseller
Lynn Brinton & Dan Cohn
Vera & Ken Meislin
Diane Paul

$2000 – Publisher
Joan & Jim Dox
Janet Harris

$1000 – Editor
Anonymous
Suzanne & Ken Austin
Beverly Butler
Denise Cutler
Cari & Bill Dauphinais
Tom Dicker
Jackie and John Donovan
Rudi Dundas
Michael Dyett & Heidi Richardson
Tracy and Mark Ferron
Jennifer & Jason Flegel
Eileen Hansen & Jay Graham
Kris Malone Grossman
Ray & Heather Keane
Sonia Lee & Al Grumet
Pam Polite & Dennis Fisco
Kathy King & Jerry Cahill
John McCauley
Courtney & John McKlveen
Stephanie Moulton-Peters
Caren & Nick Orum
Jim Parrinello and Colette Weil Parrinello
Janice & James Prochaska
Paula & Bob Reynolds
Beth & Jonathan Rutchik
Andrew & Audrey Shapiro
Houda  & Ray Silcock
Silver Yolles Family
Jane & Tom Singer
Diane & David Thelander & Family
Mary Washburn and Mark Chavez
Tiana Wimmer & Warren Leider

In-Kind Contributors
Caren and Nick Orum, private collection wine donation
Deborah and Jonathan Goldman Picket Fence Vineyards
Fort Point Beer
Front Porch Wines
Jayne Greenberg — Just Jayne Events
Idell Family Vineyards
Mill Valley Flowers
Mill Valley Market
Piazza D’Angelo
Picket Fence Vineyards

Special Thanks
Friends of the Library
Frank Fennema Photography
Mill Valley Library Staff
Seager Gray Gallery

 

Thank you to our generous Storybook Ball sponsors!

$10,000 – The Magical Web

Blanche Thebom Trust

$5,000 – Big Heart, Bright Mind

Anonymous

$1,000 – Radiant Action

Chambers + Chambers Architects

The Cohen Family

The Douglass Family

Kris and Ed Grossman

Corley Hughes

The John McKlveen Family

Vera and Ken Meislin

The Orum Family

Cherity and Jason Payne

Mark & Kate Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Silcock

The Silver Yolles Family

Wells Fargo Foundation

$500 – Terrific Time

Boo Koo

Lynn Brinton and Dan Cohn

Lisa and Jed Katz

Rebecca and Rick Smith

Jacqui Lopez-Wyman

$250 – Some Pig

The Flegel Family

Melanie and Bill Grossman

Laurel and Tyler Newby

Pam Polite and Dennis Fisco

Tatem and Morgan Read

Sustainable Architecture + Consulting

$200 – Lasting Friendship – Grandparents / Teachers / Special Friends

Julia Althoff

Sharon Malone

 

In Kind

Dolls & Dandy

Double 8 Dairy

Farm Fresh CSA

FastSigns

Fort Point

Full Belly Farm CSA

Good Earth

Lagunitas

Mill Valley Market

Sloat

World Centric