2018 CSA Sign-ups are live and ready on our website! Not only do we now have two additional pick-up locations in Manhattan, at The LGBTQ Center and Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, but we also have exciting new add-ons from Chaseholm Farm! That is Sarah Chase and one of her favorites pictured above. Did someone say small batch artisanal cheese?? We also added a member quotes page to our website. Please take a look at our sliding scale description, which will help members decide which payment amount to give for our veggie share. Please sign up today!
Known to many of us as the award-winning chef/owner of Serevan restaurant in Amenia, NY, Serge Madikian is also an IPhone photographer. I really love his work.
Wassaic Project offers free weekly drop-in art activities for youth and their families at the Art Nest! The Art Nest is a space where kids of all ages can do individual and collaborative art projects, build creative skills, and engage with contemporary art. Wassaic Project staff will be on hand to supervise projects, but children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Art Nest participants are welcomed to choose from an array of projects and are perfect for parent-child creative teams.
Seeing New Englandly, an hour-long documentary about poet Emily Dickinson, will be shown. The screening will be followed by a discussion with scriptwriter and film narrator Susan Snively. Gingerbread, a favorite of Dickinson’s, will be served.
Watershed is honored to invite you to an evening with Sachem Hawk Storm, Chief of the Schaghticoke First Nations.
The Watershed Center invites you to join us at from 6-9PM on Friday, May 11, 2018, at the Watershed Main House, for a walk, sacred fire ritual, and meal inspired by foods and flavors indigenous to this land. Sachem Hawk Storm will lead conversation about the history of the Schaghticoke, their plans to revitalize their culture in this region, and how their work connects to broader issues of land conversation, climate change, and the global struggle for indigenous sovereignty.
Celebrate the Wassaic Community with us on Saturday, May 12th! What Cheer? Brigade, an exuberant 19-piece band, will lead a parade featuring community and artist-made floats.Other festivities include field day games, pinata making and breaking, bouncy castles, the opening of our Summer Exhibition and more!
A wonderful Mothers Day Concert. "I r r e g ul a r Pe a r l s" Musical Treasures of the 17th & 18th centuries
Jörg-Michael Schwarz & Karen Marie Marmer, violins & directors; John Moran, violoncello; Dongsok Shin, harpsichord