Upcoming Events

March 2017

  • Thursday, March 30, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Friday, March 31, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM
    • Friday, April 7, 1:30 PM
    • Friday, April 21, 1:30 PM
    • Friday, May 5, 1:30 PM
    • Friday, May 12, 1:30 AM
    • Friday, May 19, 1:30 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 12, 2017 (no class April 28)

    Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
     
    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

     

April 2017

  • Saturday, April 1, 7:00 PM

    Paul Smith, Music Director and pianist, continues his ongoing series devoted to chamber arrangements of piano concertos and symphonies by major composers.  Selections will include Bach/Busoni, Beethoven, Debussy and Stravinsky.  FREE admission.

  • Sunday, April 2, 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM

    details to come...

  • Monday, April 3, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, April 4, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, April 6, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Thursday, April 6, 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
    • Thursday, April 20, 1:30 PM

    Advance Directive Workshops presented by West Marin Senior Services.

    April 6, Introduction & discussions about advance directives

    April 20, Signing & execution of directives

    Call (415) 663-8148 for more information

     

  • Friday, April 7, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 19, 2017 (no class April 14 & April 28)

    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

  • Sunday, April 9, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Details to follow...

  • Monday, April 10, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, April 11, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, April 13, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Saturday, April 15, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

    This workshop brings to life the spirit of the Miwok culture through community song and chant.  Participants will learn to sing songs in Miwok language.  Sky Road Webb is a Tomales Bay Miwok storyteller who leads Coast Miwok songs and prayers at celebrations throughout Northern California, including Kule Loklo in the Point Reyes National Seashore, and he was featured in the 2014 Mount Tamalpais documentary The Invisible Peak.  Sky's presentation is hosted by Sound Orchard creative director Tim Weed. 

    Cost: $15 in advance, $20 day of workshop

    Financial assistance scholarships available

    Sign up and get more info at www.soundorchard.org

  • Monday, April 17, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, April 18, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Tuesday, April 18, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, April 20, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Friday, April 21, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 12, 2017 (no class April 28)

    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

  • Saturday, April 22, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    Support blossoming artists of all ages in our community! Come to 10x10 PerformanceLab!  At this experimental variety show & performance lab, up to 10 artists perform for up to 10 minutes each.  You never know what you'll see.  It's a place to do brave work and take risks.  The audience is encouraged to stick around after the show to give feedback to the performers.
     

    CALL FOR ARTISTS:  We are looking for artists of all ages.  To sign up for a slot, please visit 10x10performace lab.com.  For further info, contact Shelley at 10x10performancelab.com  

    October 23, 2016; January 22, 2017; April 22, 2017; July 23: 2017 and October 22, 2017, 7 PM, $10 at the door.

     

  • Sunday, April 23, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

    The Recycle Circus is coming! The following are accepted items: books, electronics, sports equipment, clothes kitchen and garden supplies, and household items in useable condition.  No toxins, car tires, large appliances, stuffed furniture, or mattresses.  Please bring your items from 10 AM-2PM only. The Recycle Circus is brought to you free by the volunteer efforts of Waste Free Now.  To volunteer, contact, contact Madeline at 415-663-9087. 

  • Sunday, April 23, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Details to follow...

  • Monday, April 24, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, April 25, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, April 27, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Friday, April 28, 6:00 AM to Saturday, April 29, 6:00 PM
    • Saturday, April 29, 6:00 AM

    Details to come...

  • Friday, April 28, 6:00 AM to 4:00 PM
    • Friday, April 29, 6:00 AM
    • Sunday, April 30, 6:00 AM

    The Point Reyes Birding and Nature Festival is the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC)'s annual spring fundraiser and educational event.  This three-day community event started in 2010 and allows attendees to experience one of the most ecologically significant areas along the Pacific Coast with experienced naturalists and biologists.

    Contact the EAC at (415) 663-9312 or go to http://www.pointreyesbirdingfestival.org/ for more information.

  • Friday, April 28, 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    • Friday, April 29, 11:00 AM

    The Point Reyes Birding and Nature Festival is the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC)'s annual spring fundraiser and educational event.  This three-day community event started in 2010 and allows attendees to experience one of the most ecologically significant areas along the Pacific Coast with experienced naturalists and biologists.

    Contact the EAC at (415) 663-9312 or go to http://www.pointreyesbirdingfestival.org/ for more information.

  • Saturday, April 29, 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM

    Details to follow...

  • Sunday, April 30, 6:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    Details to follow...

May 2017

  • Monday, May 1, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, May 2, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, May 4, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Friday, May 5, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 12, 2017 (no class April 28)

    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

  • Friday, May 5, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

    Inviting all young West Marin teens to come on out and get your groove on with DJ Lue on the dance mix at the hottest teen dance in West Marin.  For grades 6-8.

  • Saturday, May 6, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

    Details to follow...

  • Monday, May 8, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, May 9, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

    Tuesdays, March 28 - May 9, 7:00-8:30
    Common Voice Community Choir
    Common Voice is the Community Choir of West Marin, singing soulful and uplifting group harmony songs and chants from around the world. We sing a cappella songs, American folk music and spirituals, African group songs and chants, and other world music. All voices are welcome, and absolutely no music or singing experience is required. The Stinson Beach chapter meets on Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm and the Point Reyes chapter meets Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm. The groups work in sync, and make-up sessions are available at the other chapter on the same week. The final session is a Friends & Family Choir Night where we invite others to hear what we've created together. Get more info and sign up at www.commonvoicechoir.org or mail a check to Sound Orchard, PO Box 722, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956.

    Dues: $175 early bird before March 22, $200 after.
    Sliding scale scholarships available – visit www.commonvoicechoir.org for info.

     

     

  • Thursday, May 11, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Friday, May 12, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 12, 2017 (no class April 14 & April 28)

    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

  • Friday, May 12, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

    Kids Musical Theater performance

  • Saturday, May 13, 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM

    We are Monsters peformed by Kids Musical Theater.

  • Saturday, May 13, 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM

    Kids Musical Theater performance

  • Monday, May 15, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Tuesday, May 16, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Thursday, May 18, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

    Suggested Donations: $3 (over 60) / $6 (under 60).  Break bread with friends at the community lunch every Thursday.  Plus live music the first Thursday of each month.  The organic food is prepared by Good Earth Natural Foods.

    Make reservations by 11:00am on the prior Monday.  Contact Cathy Bleeker, Nutrition Program Manager at West Marin Senior Services, (415) 663-8148 ext. 104.

    Ongoing, Thursdays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Thursday, May 18, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

    Understanding Your Medicare

    Thursday May 18

    1 pm – 3pm

    Dance Palace Church Space

     

    How informed are you about the details of your healthcare benefits?

     

    A FREE Unbiased presentation

    by the

    Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program (HICAP)

     

    Topics covered include:

     

    ·       Understand Details That Could Become an Issue

    ·       When Portions of your Part A or B Claim is Denied

    ·       Cost Saving Considerations

    ·       Your Rights to Purchase a Medigap Supplemental Plan

    ·       Question & Answer period

     

    NARRATIVE

    The Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program (HICAP) presents a FREE unbiased seminar:

    Understanding Your Medicare.

    How informed are you about details of your healthcare benefits?

     

    Topics covered include: Understand details that could become an issue; When portions of your Part A or Part B claims are denied; Cost saving considerations; Your rights to purchase a Medigap supplemental plan.

    West Marin Senior Services Medicare Presentations will present several topics.  They are:

    02/23/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    05/18/17: Understanding of Medicare

    08/17/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    10/26/17: Changes/Choices

  • Friday, May 19, 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

    The Gods are Us: Classical Greek Myth and Story

    Our Ancestors write the myths and stories that shape how we see the world.  In the European tradition, most of the allegories for our our minds and hearts were given to us by the Greeks.  Let us remember the myths of Zues, Athena, Aphrodite, Aplollo, Hades Demeter, the tales of Homer and Ovid.  We will consider the uses of myth in art, and follow it into the dark burrows of our subconscious.  Monsters, stupid gods, ravishing women, ravished men, lustful rivers, and impossibilities that could not be more true.

    Instructor: Douglas Kenning, PhD

    Fridays, March 31-May 12, 2017 (no class April 14 & April 28)

    OLLI is an academic program of Dominican founded in 2004 and supported by a generous endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, the generosity of the university, and member donations and tuition. The program offers four, six and eight-week, challenging, non-credit liberal arts courses for adults over 50 as well as workshops and clubs.
     

     

  • Friday, May 19, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    East Side Sushi

     

    PG rated

    1 hour and 46 min

    Drama

    Admission:  $12.00 or donation

    Friday, May 19, 2017

    Dance Palace:  7:00 pm

     

    The Rotary Club of West Marin presents a movie entitled “East Side Sushi” at its 2nd annual movie night on Friday, May 19, 2017.  Proceeds will be used to maintain the Rotary Peace Garden in downtown Point Reyes and complete the irrigation.

     

    This heartwarming and sometimes heart wrenching film is about a young woman named Juana.  Juana can slice and dice anything with great speed and precision.  After working at a fruit vending cart for years, she decides to take a job at a local Japanese restaurant.  She attempts to become a sushi chef, but is unable to because she is the “wrong” race and gender.  Against all odds, she embarks on a journey of self-discovery, determined to not let anyone stop her from achieving her dream. 

     

    East Side Sushi has won 9 awards at various film festivals, including the San Francisco Bay Area Latino Film Festival in 2014.

     

    Critics say it will definitely be a “crowd pleaser”; it is “engaging” and “a Triumph”.

  • Saturday, May 20, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Details to follow...

  • Sunday, May 21, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    FREE

     

    THE ALBANY JAZZ BIG BAND under the guidance of Musical Director and Conductor, Bob Levenson, presents a clear, swinging, and modern big band sound. This year’s performance at the Dance Palace will be the seventh annual dance concert and picnic. The band plays regularly at other community events—all around the East Bay. The musicians mostly hail from the Berkeley-Albany-El Cerrito corridor. Repertoire consists of classic big band swing by the great bandleaders and arrangers; blues, bossa nova and latin, bebop and post bebop music of the 60’s and later.  The band plays great danceable music, and features fine local jazz vocalists and instrumental soloists.

  • Monday, May 22, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Monday, May 29, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

June 2017

  • Monday, June 5, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Friday, June 9, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

    Join EAC board and staff for our annual member meeting. It's a wonderful way to kick start the summer while enjoying excellent food by West Marin's top chefs, honoring a community member with EAC's Peter Behr award, and enjoying an environmentally focused keynote program.

  • Sunday, June 11, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    The Music from Marin Summer Festival returns to the Dance Palace for two Sunday performances:  June 11 and 25 at 7:00pm.

    The Music from Marin Summer Festival brings 14 FREE chamber music and chamber operas to communities throughout Marin and returns to the Dance Palace for the fourth year in a row.  Paul Smith, Music Director and pianist, continues his ongoing series devoted to chamber arrangements of piano concertos and symphonies by major composers.

     

    Program 1 Sunday, June 11at 7:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven / Franz Liszt - Symphony no. 9 for 2 pianos

    Ronald Cavaye and Paul Smith revive Franz Liszt’s stunning transcription of Beethoven’s masterpiece. Hear the 9th Symphony as you’ve never heard it before!.

     

     

    FREE admission.

  • Monday, June 12, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Mainstreet Moms, a non-profit citizen action group, meets most Mondays from 3-5 in the church space.  Meetings are open to the public.
    www.mainstreetmoms.org

  • Thursday, June 15, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

    1st Annual West Marin Volunteer Appreciation Event
    Thursday, June 15th 2017
    4 - 6 pm at the Dance Palace

    Non-profits of West Marin join together to recognize and thank ALL the volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in their community and around the world. Come celebrate the collective power of volunteers to make a difference and learn about other opportunities.  

    We honor your impact as a change maker in our community, inspiring others to serve. Volunteerism empowers people to find their purpose, to turn passion into meaningful change. Our agencies and our community could not provide the services we do without your time and dedication.

    We seek to shine a light on the people and causes that inspire you to serve. You will have an opportunity to share “what inspires you to serve?

    This gathering is to appreciate you as a volunteer and aims to bring people together to nourish our souls so we can move forward and tackle tough challenges, create change and build stronger, more vibrant communities.

    Join us!
    RSVP to Mark Solomons (415) 663-8148 x103

    Sponsored by West Marin Senior Services, West Marin Community Services and the Dance Palace

  • Monday, June 19, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, June 20, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, June 20, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Wednesday, June 21, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Thursday, June 22, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Sunday, June 25, 7:00 PM

    The Music from Marin Summer Festival returns to the Dance Palace for two Sunday performances:  June 11 and 25, all at 7:00pm.

    The Music from Marin Summer Festival brings 14 FREE chamber music and chamber operas to communities throughout Marin and returns to the Dance Palace for the fourth year in a row.  Paul Smith, Music Director and pianist, continues his ongoing series devoted to chamber arrangements of piano concertos and symphonies by major composers.

    Two for Two Pianos and Percussion

    The Marin County based Not Mr. & Mrs. Smith Piano Duo (Jean Alexis Smith and Paul Smith) open the program with Michael Daugherty’s paean to the great tradition of the American cocktail piano followed by the London based Szervanszky/Cavaye Piano-duo (Valeria Szervanszky and Ronald Cavaye) performing Bartok’s stunning masterpiece.

    Michael Daugherty - Lounge Lizards for 2 Pianos and Percussion Bela Bartok - Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion

    FREE admission.

  • Monday, June 26, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, June 27, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Wednesday, June 28, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Thursday, June 29, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

     

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

July 2017

  • Wednesday, July 5, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Thursday, July 6, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Monday, July 10, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, July 11, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Wednesday, July 12, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Thursday, July 13, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Monday, July 17, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, July 18, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Tuesday, July 18, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Wednesday, July 19, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Thursday, July 20, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    DANCE PALACE CAMP is a place where children can be themselves while participating in traditional, good old-fashioned summer camp activities in a community of caring people. Kids 6–12 explore the West Marin environment, and foster their creativity and imagination with fun, hands-on, activities that build friendships, kindness, cooperation, and encourage respect for our planet. Campers are clustered by age into 3 groups of 10 to 15 children and take part in a wide variety of activities daily. With our low camper-to-staff ratio (7:1), we provide high quality, personal attention to all campers and their families.

    CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE
    Painting and Drawing • Clay World
    • Environmental Exploration • Cooking for Kids
    • Sports & Games • Circus Arts • Crazy Science • Aikido
    • Theater • The Blob System • World Music & Dance
    • Silk Screening T-shirts, and much more!

     

    SUMMER CAMP

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $325
    (If paid by April 28, $295)

     

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 20, three weeks $405
    (If paid by April 28, $369) No camp July 3rd & July 4th

     

    AFTER-CAMP FREE PLAY is 3–5 p.m.
    Session I - $95, Session II - $120

     

    COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM

    SESSION I: June 19 – June 29, two weeks for $280 (If paid by April 28, $255)

    SESSION II: July 5 – July 14, three weeks for $350 (If paid by April 28, $318) No camp July 3rd & 4th

  • Sunday, July 23, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    Support blossoming artists of all ages in our community! Come to 10x10 PerformanceLab!  At this experimental variety show & performance lab, up to 10 artists perform for up to 10 minutes each.  You never know what you'll see.  It's a place to do brave work and take risks.  The audience is encouraged to stick around after the show to give feedback to the performers.

    CALL FOR ARTISTS:  We are looking for artists of all ages.  To sign up for a slot, please visit 10x10performace lab.com.  For further info, contact Shelley at 10x10performancelab.com  

    October 23, 2016; January 22, 2017; April 23, 2017; July 23: 2017 and October 22, 2017, 7 PM, $10 at the door.

     

August 2017

  • Friday, August 4, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Black Mountain Circle event.  Details to follow...

  • Tuesday, August 15, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Thursday, August 17, 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

    West Marin Senior Services Medicare Presentations will present several topics.  They are:

    02/23/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    05/18/17: Understanding of Medicare

    08/17/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    10/26/17: Changes/Choices

September 2017

October 2017

  • Tuesday, October 17, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Sunday, October 22, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
     
    Support blossoming artists of all ages in our community! Come to 10x10 PerformanceLab!  At this experimental variety show & performance lab, up to 10 artists perform for up to 10 minutes each.  You never know what you'll see.  It's a place to do brave work and take risks.  The audience is encouraged to stick around after the show to give feedback to the performers.

    CALL FOR ARTISTS:  We are looking for artists of all ages.  To sign up for a slot, please visit 10x10performace lab.com.  For further info, contact Shelley at 10x10performancelab.com  

    October 23, 2016; January 22, 2017; April 23, 2017; July 23: 2017 and October 22, 2017, 7 PM, $10 at the door.

     

  • Sunday, October 22, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    The Music from Marin returns to the Dance Palace to celebrate Franz Lizst's birthday on October 22, 2017 at 7 PM.

    The Music from Marin brings FREE chamber music and chamber operas to communities throughout Marin and returns to the Dance Palace in Pt. Reyes Station for the fourth year in a row.  Paul Smith, music director and pianist, continues his ongoing series devoted to chamber arrangments of piano concertos and symphonies by major composers.

    FREE Admission.

  • Thursday, October 26, 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

    West Marin Senior Services Medicare Presentations will present several topics.  They are:

    02/23/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    05/18/17: Understanding of Medicare

    08/17/17: Fundamentals of Medicare

    10/26/17: Changes/Choices

  • Saturday, October 28, 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Join in the colorful procession with Aztec Dancers and Day of the Dead pageantry! March from Gallery Route One to the Dance Palace for an evening of song, ceremony, food, and treats. Community members are encouraged to dress in Day of the Dead finery and carry photos of love ones passed to place on the altar at the Dance Palace.

     

November 2017

  • Sunday, November 5, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    The Marin Chamber Players perform the masters of the late 20th century classical music:  Stockhausen, Messaien, Kagel, HK Gruber and Judith Weir.

    Paul Smith, Music Director and pianist, continues his ongoing series devoted to chamber arrangements of piano concertos and symphonies by major composers performed by the Music from Marin Chamber Players.

    Sunday, November 5 at 7:00pm - FREE admission

  • Sunday, November 5, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    FREE

    The Contemporary Opera Marin performas "Bolshevik Cabaret." Paul SMith, music director and pianist, continues his on-going series devoted to presenting free performing arts to West Marin.

     

     

  • Saturday, November 18, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Details to come!

  • Tuesday, November 21, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

December 2017

  • Sunday, December 17, 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    The Point Reyes Christmas Bird Count is an annual tradition that has been a definive census of the status, trends, and distribution of the 200 plus species wintering in the Point Reyes area.  At this compilation dinner participants tally the species seen and generally enjoy the birding highlight of the season.  Interested people should go to www.forestdata.com/cbc/ for further information and to sign up.

  • Tuesday, December 19, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Monthly meeting of the Dance Palace Board of Directors

  • Thursday, December 21, 12:30 PM to 7:00 PM
    Many local families depend on this program to truly enjoy the holiday season. This program serves families, seniors, and others who cannot afford gifts and food during the holiday season. With community support and local partner organizations, West Marin Community Resources served 88 families and seniors last year (with over 200 children).
     
    For more information contact 415-663-8361, or info@westmarincommynityservices.org