Threefold Auditorium

Water: H2O or More?

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

Delve into the depths of water's significance in biodynamics with Jennifer Greene of the Water Research Institute. Discover the mysteries beyond our common understanding of this vital element, as she shares insights on its tasks in life processes and pioneering work in water quality assessment through the 'drop picture' method

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Begin a Garden

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

April 20, 9:00am-4:00pm Come learn and get hands-on-experience to start your own vegetable garden this spring! Learn more and register here. Admission: $95 hello@threefoldcommunityfarm.org or call: 845-352-5020 ext 120

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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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The Path of the New Mysteries

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

Does Anthroposophy have a future? This question seems to have been very much alive for Rudolf Steiner in the weeks leading up to the Christmas Foundation Meeting. Was it this question that inspired his decision to inaugurate the esoteric work of the School for Spiritual Science? He knew that it was only through an esoteric deepening that new life could flow into the spiritual work and allow anthroposophical practice to bear fruit in the world.

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260 Hungry Hollow Road,
Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

Phone: 845.352.5020

Fax: 845.352.5071

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