Partner & Member
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.LEARN MORE
The Dance Palace is a member-supported organization.
Your membership dues and contributions help make possible all the programs we provide.
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
- Matching comfortable chairs for our lobby
Read the frequently asked questions or call 855-500-RIDE (844-500-7433) for more information.
Even though we make donating easy, we understand that sometimes you may have questions regarding the car donation process. We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions that will help provide answers to questions you may have regarding how to donate a car, truck, RV, boat, or other vehicle.
CalTrans invites interested parties and memmbers of the community to an informational meeting regarding the proposed Lagunitas Bridge Project.LEARN MORE
As a young child Colleen Lindstrom was told she was sensitive, I had no idea one day it would be my greatest gift.
My gentle specific approach frees up life force and aligns one to their clear higher vibration. I achieve this through network chiropractic, cranial sacral, and quantum touch. I love helping all people and specialize in pregnancy, pediatric and family chiropractic care.
Worried about your memory? This informative and interactive program will focus on how to tell the difference between normal memory loss and dementia, as well as tips and strategies for improving memory. This program is for family members, caregivers, as well as those with early stage memory loss.LEARN MORE
Three very diverse performers from greater West Marin offer an evening of cutting-edge solo theater. Russ Bradley worked at The Marsh this year to create a show reflecting on his life journey—from remote shores of British Columbia to mid-Pacific atolls to the Farallon Islands (where Russ has spent 1600 nights (!) as a seabird biologist). Neshama Franklin, beloved Marin County librarian and KWMR programmer—and award-winning MOTH story-teller—brings a brand-new narrative about learning, foibles, and Tai Chi. Claire Peaslee practices improvisation of presence, entirely in the moment, so her story lines remain to be discovered. Solo Flights will be hilarious, poignant, and surprising. Doors open at 7:15. Running time approx.1.25 hours.LEARN MORE
Sound Orchard is a nonprofit organization promoting excellence in music. We present concerts and performances with local and visiting musicians, community music workshops, all-ages talent shows, and more. Sound Orchard's programs include Common Voice, the 85-member community choir with chapters in Point Reyes, Bolinas and Stinson Beach. In addition, our Latino and Miwok music programs help connect our diverse communities to one another through music, and we bring participatory healing music workshops to those with cancer and to the public. Learn more about our programs.
Miwok Music Workshop, Thursday, October 1, 7 to 9 PM
Women's Harmony Singing, Thursday, October 29, 7 to 9 PM
Acoustic Jam Workshop, Thursday, November 12, 7 to 9 PMLEARN MORE
Yoga with Katie Jay - Coastal Health AllianceLEARN MORE