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Aikido is the only martial art that seeks to resolve conflict without harming the attacker. Children find that aikido helps them learn to get along, builds self-confidence, develops focus, good manners, and calmness. Training develops physical coordination and balance.

Ages 5 to 7.

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Line Dance Workshop - Wednesday, April 2, 6-7 p.m. at the Dance Palace, 503 B Street, Point Reyes.
Easy, fun, funky dances including Zydeco Shuffle, Booti Call, Cocek Shuffle, Homey Twist and more.
$15 for the evening class

This will be my last line dance class for the season - hope to see you all on the dance floor.
 

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Free Community Flu Shot Clinic at the Dance Palace, Thursday, October 22 from 1:00 to  6:00 PM - sponsored by the County of Marin Health & Human Services.

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Brian Laidlaw and Danny Vitali met in Minneapolis, while the former was pursuing an MFA in Poetry, and the latter was living as a full-time musician. The duo first collaborated on the album wolf wolf wolf, which was written as a musical counterpart to Laidlaw’s master’s thesis. Since then the two have played together extensively in both the Midwest and the Pacific Coast. This year they also received a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board to record a new album called Echolalia; this suite of songs, inspired by Vitali’s hometown of Hibbing, owes a stylistic debt to another famous Hibbing native: Bob Dylan.
 

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Supersitter Safety is a class for young people, ages 10–14, who want to learn to care for small children. Students learn how to set up baby-sitting jobs, what to put into a baby-sitter bag, basic first aid, choke saving, rescue breathing, safety procedures, and what to do in emergencies.

Students who complete this 6-hour course are eligible to be included in the Dance Palace Supersitter Directory.
Instructor: Dani Vincent, to register call 415-663-1075.
Registration: $25

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Designed for seniors to improve balance, breathing and well-being. Exercises include warm-ups, aerobics, stretching, weight training, and dance moves. Come join us and improve your physical capabilities! Enhance your physical performance, heighten your sense of well-being, and decrease emotional stress and anxiety. All participants must have signed releases from their doctors and a signed consent to participate. Instructor Mary Salmon is a certified senior fitness instructor. Sponsored by the Dance Palace. Call 415-663-1075 for more information and to register. Instructor: Mary Salmon

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Come sing Hallelujah with the whole family on Sunday, December 20th at the Dance Palace! Conductor Dr. Magen Solomon will lead the audience through Handel’s classic masterpiece. Four professional soloists will help lead each section. Musical scores will
be provided to the audience so singing along with this great holiday tradition could not be easier.

 

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Fibershed Wool & Fine Fiber Symposium and the Fibershed Marketplace

The theme for this year’s Symposium is “Enhancing Diversity, Living with the Land.” In addition to hands-on activities (sheep shearing, skirting fleece, wool grading, angora rabbit shearing, cashmere fiber processing, natural dyes), there will be informative presentations on breeding practices that build heirloom garments, predator- and pollinator-friendly practices that harmonize and blur the line between wild and domestic spaces, all bringing beauty and function to our fields and wardrobes. There will also be a display of fibers from around the region. The fee to attend the Symposium is $40.

The Fibershed Marketplace will offer an array of beautiful local fibers and handmade goods, on sale in the church building, as well as inside the Symposium. The Marketplace in the church building is open to the public at no charge.

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