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  • Watch part of 'Dune Child,' a play about the only child to live with Dunites in Oceano

    Jan Scott is curator of collections for South County Historical Society and actor in "Dune Child," which explores the life of the only child who lived among the Dunites on the Oceano Dunes in the 1930s. The Dunites were a group of hermits, artists, intellectuals and mystics who made the miles of shifting sand their sanctuary. Performances are each Saturday through the month of August 2017.

Watch part of 'Dune Child,' a play about the only child to live with Dunites in Oceano

Jan Scott is curator of collections for South County Historical Society and actor in "Dune Child," which explores the life of the only child who lived among the Dunites on the Oceano Dunes in the 1930s. The Dunites were a group of hermits, artists, intellectuals and mystics who made the miles of shifting sand their sanctuary. Performances are each Saturday through the month of August 2017.
David Middlecamp The Tribune