Although it's been gone for over 40 years, memories of the Port Huron Music Dome are still fresh in the minds of fans of the popular dance hall. And Saturday night, they celebrated its ten year lifespan as a local teen hotspot at the annual Dome Reunion at the McMorran Place Pavilion. Over 300 baby boomers of all ages danced the night away to live music of the era as they recalled fond memories of their teenage years. Former St. Clair County Sheriff Deputy, Dan Foster opened The Music Dome in 1961 at the corner of Krafft and Keewahdin on the northend of Port Huron. And until it burned down in 1971, it was "the place to be" for area teens and young adults to hear live music, dance and just have a place to call their own. The popular hangout consisted of three quonset huts with the first acting as the entrance tent which boasted admittance under a dollar, the second housed a refreshment area and bathrooms and the third contained a large stage where live bands played and attendees danced the night away. During its heyday, live entertainment came in the form of bands from the local area, Detroit and across the midwest all playing the hits of the time. The Dome admitted 16-25 year olds from the community and included students from Port Huron High, Port Huron Northern and Port Huron Catholic high schools. Dome diehards have been commemorating the dance hall's glory for over 25 years at their annual reunion. Funds from this year's celebration will go the Port Huron and Detroit Historical Railroad Society who look to build a classic railroad transportation museum complex in the area.