Earthdance Culminates its 26th Year with a Gala and Fundraiser: COMING HOME....TO EARTHDANCE!

Plainfield, Massachusetts — On Saturday December 8th, 2012 all are invited to gather at Earthdance Creative Living Project in Plainfield, Mass for a fundraiser and community celebration.  The festivities will commence at 5:30pm with a locally sourced organic feast and continue into the night, beginning at 8pm and lasting until midnight, with a live auction, performances, storytelling and dance party.


Founded in 1986 by a group of dancers, social service workers, trades people and gardeners, Earthdance is an internationally renowned workshop, residency and retreat center, spearheading innovative arts programming and fostering sustainable creative approaches to living in community.  The 125 acres, three dance studios, gardens and farmhouse provide a home to a dynamic mix of somatic and interdisciplinary practices, from contact improvisation, dance and yoga, artist residencies and personal retreats.  

For this year’s Coming Earthdance Gala, the Earthdance staff and community will be decking the halls of the farmhouse and studios with archival documents, photos and pieces of Earthdance history that shed light on the evolution of the community, its buildings and land.  Earthdance’s Chef and kitchen team, will prepare a locally sourced organic feast, which will be followed by an evening of entertainment including performances, storytelling and a live auction.  Two simultaneous dance parties will be go late into the evening: The Dance Barn will be bumpin’ with a DJ dance party, and the Umbrella Studio will host an open movement dance jam.

Earthdance Creative Living Project is located at 252 Prospect St. Plainfield, Ma 01070.  
EVENT SCHEDULE: Dinner: 5:30pm-8, Celebration 8pm-midnight!
TICKETS: $50 including dinner + celebration; $25 in advance (celebration only); $35 after November 30th (celebration only).  All proceeds will support Earthdance.
To purchase a ticket visit:  
For general information email: or call 413.634.5678.  
Press contact: Krista DeNio, 415.994.6196,