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By making a planned gift to the Dance Palace, you may increase your income, decrease your taxes, bypass capital gains tax, reduce or eliminate estate tax, provide for your heirs, and provide essential support for the Dance Palace.

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The Dance Palace is a member-supported organization.
Your membership dues and contributions help make possible all the programs we provide.

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Dance Palace Partners are people dedicated to the West Marin community and to the future of the Dance Palace. These generous souls have made a commitment of 3-year funding in support of the our many programs and services for all ages.

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Donations

Giving a Gift of Stock or Mutual Funds to the Dance Palace.

EScrip is an easy way to contribute money to the Dance Palace.

We're in need of the following items:

  • A Mac laptop
  • Kids' bathing suits and white t-shirts for Dance Palace Camp
  • Digital cameras (perhaps you've upgraded?)
  • Card Tables
  • Ipod
  • Matching comfortable chairs for our lobby
  • Keyboard
  • Laminator 

Volunteer

Want to be involved in community?
Complete community service hours?
Attend concerts and events for free?

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West Marin Chamber of Commerce Elk Forum

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This 1-day workshop presents the basics of identifying grasses using the new Jepson Manual, in addition to focusing on the identifying characteristics of common native and non-native grass species. We will learn about California’s grassland ecology, the qualities of specific native grasses for restoration, and become skilled at recognizing the basic groups and common species by working with plant samples in the classroom. We will then go out into Point Reyes National Seashore to find and identify common species in the field. Participants are encouraged to bring along a copy of the new Jepson Manual, a hand lens, and some forceps if they have them. Otherwise, all identification tools will be provided.

Instructors: Michelle Cooper, Conservation Easement Stewardship Associate, Marian Agricultural Land Trust;Jon O’Brien, Environmental Resources Associate, Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
 

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Louis Landon’s mission is to create a loving and peaceful world by writing, recording, and performing music from the heart. With backgrounds in jazz, Latin music, rock, pop, and classical piano, Louis brings his breadth and depth of experience to bear here. His playing and compositions are sensitive as they are complex and a diverse range of influences is more than apparent. -Keyboard Magazine Landon's latest CD release is Ten Years - A Peaceful Solo Piano Retrospective. Released on May 6, 2013, it contains 16 of Landon's best from his previously released 6 solo piano CDs spanning ten years, as well as new recordings of Peaceful, Freefalling, and Camelot. For those who choose a creative life, being creative is something you must do. In fact, you cannot not do it. Creating his own music, on his own terms is something that emanates from Landon as effortlessly as breathing.

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Legal Aid of Marin is partnering with
OneJustice to provide a free legal clinic in
Marin County. Attorneys and volunteers
will provide legal advice and information
on legal issues including housing, employment,
consumer, debt, or any other civil
legal matters. Call for an Appointment
Legal Aid of Marin: (415) 492-0230 ext. 0

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Bluegrass Music with a reunion of Jerry Garcia’s first two bandsDavid Nelson, Eric Thompson, and Jody Stecher have been playing music togethersince they were teenagers. The Black Mountain Boys (David, Eric, and Jerry Garcia)
played their first gig 51 years ago. The Asphalt Jungle Mountain Boys (Eric, Jody, and Jerry Garcia) got together 50 years ago. Fiddle wizard Paul Shelasky has been playing with these guys for “only” 37 years. During the past 10 years Paul
Knight and Jody have played hundreds of gigs together around the world. These five guys know how to be a bluegrass band. Come find out just how very well.
 

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“E-I-E-I-OY!” IN BED WITH THE FARMER’S DAUGHTER
Vivien Straus (writer & performer) grew up on her family’s dairy in Marshall, then ran away from the farm to become an actress. “E-i-E-i-Oy!” (or, as Vivien also calls it, “Jerseys, Jerks & Jews”) is an
“85% true autobiographical coming-ofage tale” about stumbling home with a Czech refugee who stays the night and then refuses to leave. Straus plays 15 different characters, including her
parents. The event benefits “Field Farm Studies”, a joint project of Marin Organic and MALT, two organizations that Ellen Straus (Vivien’s mother) helped create.
More details at: www.eieiOY.com
 

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Window Cleaning

663-9669

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