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New Year’s Programs

Featuring "Principally Harps" with Mindy Cutcher & Janet Witman and "Dancefusion" - click for more details

Featuring “Principally Harps” with Mindy Cutcher & Janet Witman and “Dancefusion” – click for more details

A New Year’s Eve Celebration

Dec 31, 2018
$85.00 per person
Registration deadline: 12/18/18

Enjoy an alcohol-free New Year’s Eve celebration, with hors d’oeuvres reception and home-cooked dinner, lively concert in the Barn, ice cream social, and midnight candlelight Meeting for Worship.

Damini CelebreNew Years: Looking Within – Painting as a Spiritual Practice

Dec 28, 2018 – Jan 1, 2019
A creative journey with Damini Celebre
(Includes all “A New Year’s Eve Celebration” offerings.)

Give yourself the gift of time, introspection, and delight, as you connect to your heart and soul.  Painting as a Spiritual Practice uses the intuitive, creative process to connect you back to yourself, your heart and Source energy — one brushstroke at a time. A spiritual practice is any way that you can connect deeply with something greater than your day-to-day self…

 

Valerie BrownNew Years: Open Heart, Peaceful Mind

Dec 28, 2018 – Jan 1, 2019
A retreat for rest and reflection with Valerie Brown
(Includes all “A New Year’s Eve Celebration” offerings.)

Relax into a time of serene rest and renewal. Open to the new year’s unfolding with a retreat that honors your heart, mind, and soul. Practice mindful meditation in the rhythms of daily life with sitting, walking, and eating meditation, as well as mindful dialogue. Savor sustained periods of silence, quiet reflection with poetry and stories by the fireplace, small and large group discussion, an afternoon in the art studio, laughter, a labyrinth walk, and deep relaxation. Restore your spirit and enter the new year with greater calm, clarity, and energy — and ways to sustain yourself in the coming year…

 

Karl MiddlemanNew Years: Music of Inspiration for an Age of Anxiety

Dec 28, 2018 – Jan 1, 2019
A musical adventure with Maestro Karl Middleman
(Includes all “A New Year’s Eve Celebration” offerings.)

In “Music of Inspiration for an Age of Anxiety,” we will explore the many ways that composers have used music to confront and overcome vexing personal and social concerns. Bach stands up to hostile public opinion. Brahms grapples with the grief of family loss. Fred Astaire sings and dances through the Great Depression, and American composer Florence Price battles racial discrimination…

Travel directions to Pendle Hill.