PROGRAM SERIES in 2016
Solstice/Equinox Celebrations at the Labyrinth followed by Community Pot Luck.
Conversations from a Global Perspective--evening programs focusing on important issues of our time.
Grail Circle of Friends (for women) meets second Wed. of each month at 6pm with pot luck followed by discussion of themes chosen by the group.
Meet The Makers--encounters with local artists and their work in a variety of media.
Organic Gardening--vegetables, herbs and flowers cultivated and harvested in collaboration with local friends and volunteers who learn through doing.
Time Out Retreats--for spiritual deepening, R &R, family fun, community building and personal renewal.
Other Special Events--including October Yard Sale and Holiday Art & Gift show.
Dream Quest Project--Looking Toward a New Era: A two-year engagement by Grail members from around the country for re-envisioning a sustainable future consistent with our history.
United Nations NGO Team: Cornwall Center staff and associates participate (with other NY Grail members) in the UN Commission on the Status of Women. The UN Team also partners with other Non-Governmental Organizations committed to influencing global and local public policy as developed at the United Nations.
Labyrinth & Grail Trails Project: maintenance and development of our woods, labyrinth, and walking trails.
Community Garden: Organic vegetables, herbs and flowers cultivated and harvested in collaboration with local friends and volunteers.
Newburgh Ministry & Project Life: Grail volunteers collect and deliver clothing and other necessities for the homeless through the Newburgh Ministry.
Forest Revitalization Project: In collaboration with Black Rock Forest and other local environmental agencies, the Grail is actively engaged in trying to save up to twenty acres of our forest property from enviornmental devastation.
Deer Management: An on-going discussion and local action committee focusing on how to alleviate the environmental impact of deer on the Cornwall and Cornwall-on-Hudson communities.
The Cornwall Grail Center makes possible the Elizabeth Stillman Meadow, an education project of the Hudson Higlands Nature Museum that is currently featuring the Story Walk, a collaborative project with the Museum and the Cornwall Public Library.
For more information or to register for any of the above programs contact:
NYC PROGRAMS & PROJECTS