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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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Three renowned teachers combine their individuality and shared passion for embodiment through the lineages of India and Brazil. A daylong experience where Yoga and Dance are interwoven with authenticity and grace by three gifted teachers. Combining their individual strengths and shared passion they will support you to embody prayer; empowerment and a celebration!

Contact: nubia@bhaktinova.com, Payments through Paypal with user name: tikamorgandance@gmail.com.

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10 performances, 10 minutes each, 10 bucks!

10X10performancelab.com

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Diana Beresford-Kroeger brings together ethnobotany, horticulture, spirituality, and alternative medicine to reveal a path toward better stewardship of the natural world. The author of the The Global Forest, 40 Ways Trees Can Save Us, Diana's latest book is The Sweetness of the Simple Life, Tips for Happier, Healthier and Kinder Living. A precise and poetic writer steeped in Gaelic storytelling traditions gathered from her childhood in Ireland, she is a botanist, a medical biochemist, and a self-described “renegade scientist.” Presented by Point Reyes Books and Black Mountain Circle with support from the New School at Commonweal. Tickets at bookstore.

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KMT provides the opportunity for children to explore the skills of acting, improvisation, singing, and dance through musical theater. Teamwork is emphasized as we work together towards performing a full-scale musical in May.(Ages 6 - 12) Instructor: Melissa Claire. Contact the Dance Palace to register at 415-663-1075 or e-mail info@dancepalace.org.

Session 2: March 30 - May 11 / 7 week session $105

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Festival highlights include a Friday evening presentation by Allen Fish, director of the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, featuring his never-before-seen series of highlights from GGRO's history and memorable stories about the unpredictable nexus where people meet raptors.  Saturday evening festivities include a happy hour for festival participants, silent auction and banquet dinner provided by Delicious Dish with keynote presentation by Steve Howell,  SHIFT HAPPENS: Rare (Vagrant) Birds in North America – Why, Where, and Whence?

http://www.pointreyesbirdingfestival.org/site/

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Conspiracy of Venus is a 30-woman vocal ensemble based in San Francisco, CA that explores the creative frontiers of music under the artistic direction of Joyce Todd McBride. We interpret Joyce’s daring and inventive arrangements of beloved songs, ranging from popular classics (Joni Mitchell’s Big Yellow Taxi and David Bowie’s Life On Mars) to edgy contemporary pieces (Bjork’s Possibly Maybe), as well as original compositions by Joyce (including a poem by Bertolt Brecht set to music) with dazzling technical verve and tons of personality. Drawing inspiration from medieval music, jazz, funk, and new music, Conspiracy of Venus takes vocal music into territories not often explored by more traditional choirs or college-style a cappella groups (though we are inspired by them too!).

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Helen Macdonald’s H Is for Hawk is among the most anticipated works of nonfiction this spring. Winner of the 2014 Costa Book of the Year and the 2014 Samuel Johnson Prize for Nonfiction, it is the remarkable story of one woman’s resolve to raise and train the most bloodthirsty of birds: the goshawk. But it’s also a heart-wrenching account of Macdonald’s grief at the sudden death of her father; a literary meditation on The Sword and the Stone author T.H.White—a writer who also sought to fill a void through training a goshawk; a gripping piece of nature writing that “reads like a thriller” (The Guardian) and transports both writer and reader to the edge of humanity and back.

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