Conference Rooms, Classrooms, Studio Spaces, and More

For more than 90 years, the Threefold community has provided a place for groups large and small to meet, study, and share ideas and experiences in a restful setting just 30 miles from New York City. Our leafy, bucolic campus offers a variety of venues, including classrooms and conference rooms of many shapes and sizes, a painting loft, eurythmy studios, and two auditoriums, as well as gardens, lawns, and forest paths. Summer visitors are welcome to join local families for a dip in Threefold Pond. Threefold Café provides everyday meal service as well as event catering right on campus. Hungry Hollow Co-op Food Market, which is also on our campus, offers groceries, gifts, and delicious take-out offerings.

Local faculty are available to speak as experts in the fields of anthroposophy, education, medicine, biodynamic agriculture, the arts, and more. View our available spaces below, and contact Christa Lynch (845-352-5020 x122 or christa@threefold.org) for more information.

The Hall / Threefold Auditorium

The Hall of Threefold Auditorium is set up in a lecture style with fixed seating on a slightly raked floor, wooden interior and floors. The audience faces a large stage enclosed by velvet curtains, and a piano tuned to A440 sits on the left. There’s a full lightboard in the back and an impressive moveable speaker’s podium. Due to the delicate acoustics, no recorded playback is allowed in the Hall.

Seats 200 (250 with standing room).

Upper Brookside
Upper Brookside
Upper Brookside is a carpeted space with large windows on three sides overlooking Pine Brook. Furnished with a moveable blackboard and upright piano, this room is equally suitable for lectures, discussion groups, and movement classes.
Seats 60-70.
The Side Room
The Side Room
The Side Room lies adjacent to the Hall and works equally well as a dance/movement studio or small lecture hall. The Side Room has two blackboards (one moveable), and a piano. Doors open to the Hall, the back parking area, and a second-floor terrace. Southeastern exposure provides ample light for the warm wood paneling and floor.
Seats up to 50-60.
Red Barn Studio
Red Barn Studio
This rustic, north-facing studio space features lofty ceilings, generous natural light, and a flexible space suitable for artistic work, discussions, and classes.
Seats up to 50.
Main House Living Room
Main House Living Room
This carpeted classroom has small tables available for use as desks as well as a lectern and moveable blackboard. Bay windows overlook our tree-shaded campus lawns, and one of three doors leads directly to the Main House Terrace and Threefold Café. Other amenities include an upright piano and a fireplace.
Seats 40-50.
Lower Brookside
Lower Brookside
This studio space, shaded by willows along Pine Brook, is furnished with tables for conducting painting, drawing, sculpture, or other artistic activities. The room features a linoleum tile floor, a wall-mounted blackboard, and a sink.
Seats 25.
The Library
The Library
Our quiet Library is perfect for smaller meetings. Glass-fronted bookcases, wood paneling and floors, and ample windows provide a warm and quiet ambiance. Doors open to the Hall and to a second-floor terrace. Our museum-quality oak table, hand-carved by Wharton Esherick, seats 16 comfortably.
Seats 15-20.
The Conference Room
The Conference Room
The conference room features a long, boardroom-style table and a wall-mounted white board. Ample windows overlook the heart of the Threefold campus.
Seats 12.

Inquire about a venue

Learn more about our venues, amenities, and availability by contacting Christa Lynch at 845-352-5020 x122 or christa@threefold.org or fill out our inquiry form and we will contact you directly.

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