Past Events

Parzival and the Three Drops of Blood

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

In Séamus Maynard's adaptation of the Parzival legend, the Arthurian and Parzival paths intersect, blending collective and individual journeys. Echoing the bardic tradition, this invites us to explore timeless wisdom and relevance in ancient tales for our modern world.

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Speech and Drama Workshop with Séamus Maynard

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

In today's artistic landscape, speech and drama teeter between tradition and potential. Despite ample talent, their true purpose remains theoretical. Rudolf Steiner's and Michael Chekhov's insights hint at a future theater, yet are in early stages. This workshop aims to fuse us with the living arts of speech and drama, driven by anthroposophy, for a future-aligned practice

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Mysteries of Music Composition – Classicism Presentation by Grigory Smirnov

School of Eurythmy 289 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

A composer’s outlook on the mystery of music creation, musical expression, and perception; music as a higher form of communication and spiritual activity. The third lecture will focus on exploring the music of the era of classicism through active listening and imagination.

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The Dynamics of Play

Virtual

A workshop for early childhood and early grades teachers on observing, understanding, and relating play to educational objectives and the foundations of academic achievement.

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Knotless Netting Workshop with April Saladino

The Fiber Craft Studio 275 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

April Saladino returns to the Fiber Craft Studio to introduce beginner knotless netting techniques. We will create a small pouch or covered stone that can be worn or held. No experience is necessary.

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Living Questions of Our Time

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

You are invited to bring your living questions to a conversation with Mark Finser in which he will share out of his 40 years of experience working with organizations in social finance.

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Eurythmy Spring Valley Postgraduate 2024 Performance

Threefold Auditorium 260 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Join us for an evening with the postgraduates hailing from China, the U.S., and Russia, and through their very dedicated work created a rich tapestry of music and poetry for their culminating program.

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5K to Farm (and back)

Wulsin Field, 307 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Our annual 5K to Farm (and back), highlights our Community Campus and the various organizations who share the land with us. The event also includes a mini fair at the finish line featuring live music, food, and games. The 5K is an event that brings together key elements of our program - fun, nature, and movement - while helping us raise necessary funds to keep the school operating and accessible.

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ESV Open Day: A Morning Inside the Eurythmy Training for Prospective Students and Avid Eurythmy Lovers!

School of Eurythmy 289 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

Join us for a full morning experience of the harmonizing and healing power of eurythmy. This is an intensive half-day of eurythmy to enter the world of poetry and music, and to experience new vistas and insights into oneself—a first introduction for those considering a part-time Frontier or full-time eurythmy training, or for anyone just interested in a eurythmy immersion.

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The Life, Death, and Rebirth of the First Goetheanum, and How the Spirit of the Goetheanum Lives on Today

School of Eurythmy 289 Hungry Hollow Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY, United States

One year after the burning of the Goetheanum, Rudolf Steiner was asked, “Why do you keep speaking of the Goetheanum? We have no Goetheanum.” “No,” he replied. “The Goetheanum exists. It stands before our spiritual eyes.” We will consider the First Goetheanum from its inception, construction, spiritual significance, and the fateful New Year’s Eve of 1922 when it was consumed by fire. How, during 1923, did the Spirit of the Goetheanum live on, leading to the Christmas Conference and the Foundation Stone Meditation? How did this form “a turning point in time”?

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260 Hungry Hollow Road,
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Phone: 845.352.5020

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