WORKSHOP PRE-REGISTRATION WOULD BE VERY HELPFUL email@example.com - (607) 242-1260
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Haiku Nature: Walking, Talking, Writing Haiku withGerry Gomez Pearlberg This workshop is perfect for teens and adults alike.
11:00 am – 4:00 pm - Fantastic Flora Find, Scavenger Hunt (Wrap up at 4:00pm)
11:00 am – 5:00 pm - Music of the Plants with Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower
11:00 am – 5:00 pm - Fleece to Wool & Branch Weaving with Diane Frances and Julie Rockefeller
11:00 am - 5:00 pm - KIDS TENT Story Making, Mask Making, Beading, Painting, Etc. with Isaak & Laura Wixson and Michelle and Dinea' Rose Fun for the Whole Family!
11:30 am – 3:00 pm - "Describing the Landscape in Two Languages - Text and Drawing/Drawing, Collage and Text." with Richard Kathmann This workshop is for the whole family.
11:30 am – 12:45 pm - Knitting 101 - Make your own washcloth or koozie or something! with Lizz Murdock This workshop is for the whole family.
12:00 - 1:00 pm Music for the Young'ens by Pamela Sue West-Finkle
Noon – 4:00 pm – Felting Workshop with Bobbi Goldman Felting takes time, if you want to make your own felt piece, please plan on being here by Noon. Limit 6 students.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - Performance Plus Performs 5 short plays written by local authors!
"Mr. Locks Doesn't Need a Key" - by T.M. Bradshaw "Home" - by Kristina Zill "A Graduation Speech for Five Voices" - by Elizabeth Donnelly "Chilled Oysters" - by Philip Potak "Reflections from Red Rock Road" - by Teri Schlobohm Starring: Rod Sauquillo, Ben Murdock, Ashley Moore, Lizz Murdock, Kelly Keck, Usha Tagliaferro, Paula Schoonmaker, Cameron Lee, & David Turan. Stage Manager- Nikki Leigh McGrath
2:00 - 4:00 pm Plein Air Painting with Lisbeth Firmin Limit 10 students please pre-register.
2:00 - 3:00 pm –Story Laurie tells Mountain Yarns
3:00 - 4:00 - Watercolors with Karen Graves This workshop is perfect for teens and adults alike.
3:00 - 4:00 - Working with Clay - CRAZY COILS with Solveig Comer This workshop is for the whole family
4:00 pm - LIVE ART AUCTION
5-8 pm Music, Music, Music
Musical Performances by Philippa Dunne Justin Wixson Ira McIntosh Diviner- Theodore Finkle and Pam West
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Know Talent Show! with Host Cliff Curley Featuring the Pistil Stamens (Drag Lip-Synch Band) The Know Talent Show is an "Open Mic" type of event. All visitors can sign up to perform on stage. Poetry, Singing, Lip Synching, Interpretive Dance, Monologues, Whatever Floats Your Boat!
9:00 Pm - ? – Drumming & Bonfire Bring your Drums and other percussion instruments, beverage of choice and your friends.
Going Solar Learn about solar initiatives all around us! with Solar Consultant Ted Finkle- Apex Solar Power from 11 am.
ARTIST DEMOS AND SALES
T.M. Bradshaw - Local History Books Nikki Leigh McGrath - Painting Teri Schlobohm- Herbal Teas Michael Milton - Sculptures/Installations Tammy Barry - Paintings by Tammy
FOOD LOCAL ARTISANAL SNACK BOXES SOLINSKY'S SMOKEHOUSE - Sausage/Cheese CHOBANI - Yogurt (Free) BOHRINGER'S FRUIT FARM - Fruit Boxes KIMCHEE HARVEST KITCHEN - Kimchee STAR ROUTE FARM - Greens and Roots
No Admission Fee Donations Cheerily Accepted
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The Michael Kudish Natural History address is 2515 Tower Mountain Road, Stamford, NY 12167
The Preserve entrance is actually a few hundred feet south (up hill) of 2515 but does not have it's own street address. (past pond on right) It is on the North slope of Churchill Mountain. We will put out MKNHP signs for the Festival leading you up there. It is just outside the village of Stamford on the way up to Mt. Utsayantha.
SPECIAL THANKS FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation Stewart's Holiday Match Delaware County New York
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered in Delaware County by the Roxbury Arts Group.
A Look Back at Arts for All Festival 2018 What an outstanding day ! Really ... it couldn’t have been more perfect . I do believe you thought of everything . I loved being in the meadow , the view from my Workshop tent was inspirational , the plays were a delight , the fabric covered hay bales for audience seating was brilliant , food was great and attendance at both my Kachina doll making workshop and dried flower clay holders was ongoing and enthusiastic .