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Friday Pilates with Lauren LaRocca
Join us for an invigorating Friday morning mat class in the Church Space. This class focuses on Pilates breathing, core strength, muscle toning and stretching. Gain flexibility and joint mobility and improve your balance and posture. All levels welcome.
Fridays , ongoing
11 am to 12pm/ $88 for eight week session- $16 for drop-in.
Instructor: Lauren LaRocca, laroccapilates@gmail.com, (415) 663-9135 
 
 
LOCATION:  Church Space
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Join us for a West Marin rendition of the classic radio play by Joe Landry.  A benefit for KWMR, West Marin Community Radio.  Tickets can be purchased at kwmr.org.

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Dewey Livingston, West Marin’s historian for more than 30 years, presents a lively slide show featuring historical photographs and maps of the Point Reyes and Tomales Bay area. Dewey will look at carefully selected photographs, “zooming in” on interesting details that provide stories about life in Old West Marin. He will also play excerpts of oral histories made over the past three decades. The program, sponsored by the Jack Mason Museum of West Marin History, is a fundraiser for Dewey’s upcoming book about the history of the Point Reyes Peninsula, Tomales Bay and the local communities. Free, with donations gladly accepted.

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Join the annual celebration of Thanksgiving in West Marin. Co-sponsored by the Dance Palace and the West Marin Community Resource Center. Over 100 volunteers help with cooking, serving, and decorating for this wonderful community celebration. This is a great way to get involved in our community and to celebrate what you are thankful for this year. Call 415-663-8361 to volunteer.

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TWO COURSES OFFERED:
 
BEGINNING SPANISH:  This course is intended for adults with limited Spanish language skills.  Advance registration required. 
 
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH:  This course is intended for adults with some Spanish language skills. 
 
Both courses are ideal for those who have an interest in Spanish for work, travel, or to better communicate with our local Spanish-speaking community. Advance registration required; a materials list will be sent to you upon registration.
 
Courses will be taught by Noah and Dinah Stroe
 
Mondays, 6:30 - 8:30pm
 
November 6, 13, 20 & 27 - Dance Palace Boardroom & Kitchen
December 4 & 11 - Dance Palace Boardroom & Kitchen
December 18 - this class will be a potluck at a private home, location to be announced by instructors
 
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Part of the 2017-2018 Performances for the Schools Series - Presented for West Marin School Students
 
Students are introduced the amazing music, dance and art of Flamenco. Born from the communities of Andalucia, Spain, students experience different palos, or rhythms, of songs and dance from this vibrant living tradition. Although today many of the dances are performed socially or in theatrical arenas, these forms are also steeped in deep cultural and spiritual significance, inspiring students in learning about new and diverse art traditions from around the world.  
 
 
 
Tuesday, January 20, 2018
10:00am-Suitable for all grades
11:00am-Includes interactive workshop following performance and 15 minute intermission; suitable for grades 5-8
 
$4 per child
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PERFORMANCE FOR WEST MARIN SCHOOL STUDENTS
 
Students are introduced to some of the most popular and rare Native American dances. Origins and meanings of each dance will be discussed. Native dancing and music represent a beautiful expression of Native American heritage. Through the singing, dancing, drumming, and colorful regalia, the spiritual and symbolic aspects of humanity are reenacted. Although many of the dances are social, they are also steeped in spiritual significance. 
 
Part of the 2017-2018 Performances for the Schools Series
 
Tuesday, January 20, 2018
10:00am-Suitable for all grades
11:00am-Includes interactive workshop following performance and 15 minute intermission; suitable for grades 5-8
 
$4 per child
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