According to Dance Palace history, and a bit of lore, 50 years ago a group of idealistic young people who favored the alternative lifestyles and beliefs of the 1960s was drawn to the pristine environment of West Marin. At the time, Point Reyes Station was a sleepy town—so quiet that dozing dogs could safely nap in the middle of . . .

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