Wisdom of the Divine Natural World
Since the beginning of time, shamans looked to nature to understand the realms of wisdom and healing.
This course is for those who wish to explore the natural world and discover themselves. You may be a beginner or a veteran. You may be a healer. You may have no interest in healing. You may consider yourself talented or dense, spiritual or mundane. It doesn’t matter. Whoever you are, you are a child of the world, and your Mother has much to share with you.
In this largely experiental course we will delve into:
• Believing is Seeing and What You See is What You Get
• The World Forces: Sun, Soil, Mineral, Rain, Growth
• Emotion – How Do I Touch the World? How Does the World Touch Me?
• The Voice of the Seasons
• Learning Plant Spirit Language
• Plant Wisdom and How to Hear It
• Dream and Reality
• Ancestors, Soul and Spiritual Path
• Time Around the Fire
Hanah's Brunch Special is Back
Hanah's Brunch Special is Back by popular demand!
Every Sunday 10am - 2pm.
Starting at $9.99 Continental fare with cold salads
$14.99 add 2 eggs any style,omlettes,eggs benedict,french toast and pancakes.
upgrade to $19.99 for eggs florentine,steak with eggs and bagels with lox.
Juice,coffe and tea included.
Hanford Mills Releases its 2017 Events Calendar
Explore the power of the past at Hanford Mills Museum
New Season Begins May 17
We dug out from the three feet of March snow, and our thoughts and actions are now focused on spring. In addition to our signature festivals, we will offer more Free Family Saturdays. In June, we will open the Learning Lab, a special place designed to give young children and their families a place to build, create and explore. We open May 17 with guided tours of the water- and steam-powered historic site offered Wednesdays through Sundays. Hanford Mills features a Fitz overshot waterwheel, restored water turbine, and historic woodworking machines.
Hanford Mills Museum Events
May 27, June 17, July 22, August 12 and September 2
Free Family Saturdays
Come enjoy a field trip for families with special hands-on activities for kids. Up to two adults will be admitted free of charge when accompanied by a child (preschool through high school).
July 4, 10 am – 4 pm
Independence Day Celebration
Celebrate an old-fashioned Fourth at Hanford Mills Museum. This family-friendly event includes a kids’ fishing derby, frog-jumping contest, homemade ice cream (chilled with ice from the Ice Harvest Festival), steam power demonstrations, Mill tours, field day games, vendors, and music.
September 9, 10 am – 4 pm
Dan Rion Memorial Antique Engine Jamboree
The 34th annual Dan Rion Memorial Antique Engine Jamboree & Powerfest will feature tractors, automobiles, steam and gas powered engines, outboard motors, model engines and boats, and much more. The Museum will be operating its steam boiler and steam engines. Plus music, food and kids' activities.
October 14, 10 am – 4 pm
The Woodsmen's Festival showcases logging, sawing and woodworking history and celebrates the many ways people use and work with wood. This event features demonstrations of lumberjack skills, a variety of woodworking exhibitors, tree walks, kids’ activities, food and more.
February 3, 2018, 10 am – 4 pm
Ice Harvest Festival
And, if you can help us get ready for the season, please come to the Volunteer Clean Up Day on April 29.
Looking forward to welcoming you back to Hanford Mills, tours begin May 17.
Job Posting: Mill Operations Manager
Mill Operations Manager Dawn Raudibaugh will retire this year. It will be hard to fill her work boots so we are starting early.
The Mill Operations Manager is responsible for the safe operation and stewardship of Hanford Mills Museum’s unique and authentic Mill, an historic rural-industrial complex listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Please share this job posting with people who may be interested.
Strong mechanical aptitude, problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
Training, experience, and/or the ability to adapt his/her skill set to operating and maintaining water and steam-powered flat belt-driven power transfer systems.
An appreciation of historic preservation and the stewardship of historic industrial buildings, machinery, artifacts and landscapes
Working knowledge of milling, woodworking, carpentry, steam boilers and engines.
Knowledge of the accepted practices, philosophy and ethics of museums and historic preservation activities, and a commitment to the stated Mission, Vision, goals and purposes of Hanford Mills Museum.
Pine Hill Community Center Updates and Amazing Events for All
Plattekill Gearing Up for the Summer Fun
Roxbury, NY: Plattekill Mountain in Roxbury, New York, has announced changes to its summer operations for the 2017 season.
For more than 24 years, Plattekill has welcomed mountain bikers every weekend May through November for its lift-accessed summer mountain biking operation. One of the first mountain bike centers to open in 1995 in the Northeast, Plattekill became an icon in the industry. However, in the past few years, there has been a surge of mountain bike parks opening at ski resorts in the Northeast, Mountain bike "centers" have evolved into "parks" offering more manicured, flowy, machine built terrain: something that is extremely expensive for a small operation like Plattekill to compete with.
With this increased competition, the market is now being spread out among many other facitilies. Plattekill has had to restructure its biking operations to offer biking on a more limited basis this year. "The Northeast bike park landscape has become increasingly more crowded, which has significantly affected our ridership," explains long-time owner, Laszlo Vajtay. "Simply put, we can’t afford to turn the lifts and staff the park on the same schedule we have in the past."
Plattekill will continue offering mountain biking for 2017, but on a smaller scale than in previous years. Biking will be open to the public the first weekend of each month in July, August, September, and October in conjunction with it's "Music on the Mountain" free concert series to create more of a "festival-like" setting. In addition the mountain will be open in conjunction with the "Eastern States Cup" series downhill race the weekend of . Lift hours on all operating weekends this year will be extended and will be open . Guests will continue to have the opportunity to rent biking equipment.
Plattekill will also be adding additional operating days by offering private mountain rentals for corporate groups, private parties and summer youth camps which may or may not include a biking component based on the individual group's needs. These private rentals will afford groups the unique option of having the luxury of personalized service and privacy catered to individual interests including meeting space, team building, mountain biking, racing or a combination thereof. More information on mountain rentals can be obtained by contacting Plattekill's Marketing and Group Sales Manager, Christy Jaromack, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607)326-3500, ext. 116.
More information can be found at the Plattekill Mountain website
2017 Belleayre Music Summer Festival Program
Belleayre Conservatory | 845-254-6094
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P.O Box 198
Highmount, NY 12441