Amii LeGendre

Amii LeGendre teaches in the Dance Program at Bard College as well as being the Wellness Coordinator there. Her approach to contact is informed  contemporary dance technique, mindfulness practices, inclusion and social justice work. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her partner and two daughters. She collaborates regularly with a group of improvisational dancers and musicians called Zamboni, who research and perform compositional improvisation. 

Community SING & Potluck with Penny Schultz

April 19, 2015 -
5:30pm to 8:00pm

One Sunday a month, Earthdance Co-Founder and community member, Penny Schultz, brings us together to raise our voices in joyful harmony. Songs from around the world celebrate the earth, love, and community. No singing expertise is required, and people of all ages are invited to join!

Sing 5:30-7pm ($5-10 suggested donation) | Potluck 7-8pm (bring a dish or pay $5)

Sauna will be hot & available after the Sing for $4/person! (please bring your own towel).

 

Fundraiser for John Westwood

March 1, 2015 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm
A fundraiser to support local community member John Westwood will take place at the Cummington Community Center Sunday, March 1. Any tributes people feel called to offer are welcome-music making, poetry, or otherwise- to honor and thank John for decades of community service and support. This will be a potluck, so please bring a dish to share.
 
But shhh...it's a surprise for John!

Community SING & Potluck with Penny Schultz

March 15, 2015 -
5:30pm to 8:00pm

One Sunday a month, Earthdance Co-Founder and community member, Penny Schultz, brings us together to raise our voices in joyful harmony. Songs from around the world celebrate the earth, love, and community. No singing expertise is required, and people of all ages are invited to join!

Sing 5:30-7pm ($5-10 suggested donation) | Potluck 7-8pm (bring a dish or pay $5)

Sauna will be hot & available after the Sing for $4/person! (please bring your own towel).

 

Dance Improvisation & Performance Intensive with Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser

August 9, 2015 - 5:00pm to August 15, 2015 - 3:00pm

A 6-day residential workshop focused on dance improvisation, performance, and other related work. Our time will be spent tuning and stretching our physical and perceptual capacities. Dancing, watching, talking, performing, and composing will be a part of our daily practice and research.