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
Elizabeth Thrisillia Waldie Owen, 80, of Inverness, Calif., passed peacefully on Oct. 10, 2014, with family by her side. Born July 12, 1934, in Albany, Calif., to John and Elizabeth Waldie, Elizabeth grew up in the Bay Area. She was a member of the first graduating class of the newly built Sir Francis Drake High School in 1952 and received a B.A. in English with honors from the University of California at Berkeley in 1956.LEARN MORE
Learn how to use your smartphone or tablet to make videos your friends will want to SEE TWICE!
Hands on Session: Taught by professional moviemaker Allen Bronstein (AKA:The iPhone Video Guru).
This practical and entertaining 3-hour session covers planning, shooting, and editing. Specifically you will learn how to:
* Use simple techniques for composing pictures like a pro.
* Professional lighting techniques using available light.
* How to record professional quality sound.
* Practice three simple editing techniques that will elevate the quality of any video
* How to upload your videos to YouTube and Facebook.
There will be another workshop in January, contact Allen regarding your interest. For more information and to sign up contact Allen at allen@MobileMovieMaking.comLEARN MORE
Over 30 years ago, Angelo Sacheli said, about a half dozen of his friends and their mentor Bob Rammell got together at the Olema Campground for Thanksgiving because they had nowhere to go for the holiday. (“We were a bunch of young guys who hung out with Bob because we all played backgammon. It really centered around backgammon,” he said.) After a couple years, the gathering moved to the Olema Druids Hall; in 1984, it moved to Mike’s Diner (now the Pine Cone), according to volunteer Gayenne Enquist, where the owner would carve up turkey for hungry customers. More people in West Marin started leaving family dinners behind for a more communal meal as the event migrated again to the Red Barn, when West Marin Community Services took over.LEARN MORE
Dance away that turkey dinner with the Louisiana Cajun Ramblers! Join Eric and Suzy Thompson, Mark Marcin and Paul Knight for an evening of Cajun music and dancing in the Church as a benefit for KWMR.LEARN MORE