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Witness: On the Ground at Standing Rock
Date: Monday, December 12, 2016- 7PM
Location: Boughton Place, 150 Kisor Road, Highland, NY 12518
The Standing Rock Sioux occupation against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota and what the future holds, will be the subject of a multimedia presentation on Monday, December 12 in Highland.
Iris Bloom, director of Protecting Our Waters, recently spent time at the Oceti Sakowin encampment in Cannon Ball and will be presenting her experience regarding the camp and its challenges. There will be other guest speakers sharing their experiences also.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has just denied a permit for the final leg of the pipeline, which would pass beneath a Missouri River reservoir. But, we do not know what is going to happen in the near future.
Despite frigid weather, the resolve of tribal leaders and protesters inspired millions around the world to support the Water Protectors and their ongoing efforts.
The program is sponsored by the Mid Hudson Sierra Club Hosted by: Boughton Place, 150 Kisor Rd. (off Rt. 299) in Highland.
Free and open to the public, wheelchair-accessible.
RSVP JoyAnn at email@example.com
GONG BATHS WITH DAVID KARLBERG:
Last Thursday of each month-- December 29, January 26, February 23, March 30, April 27, May 25--7 pm.
COMMUNITY PLAYBACK THEATRE
First Friday of each month at 8 pm on the Moreno Stage. Next performance Friday, December 2nd!!
GOT 2 LINDY
Dance classes take place Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
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BOUGHTON PLACE IS AN IDEAL LOCATION FOR HOSTING THE FOLLOWING EVENTS:
Boughton Place is a ten minute drive from both the NYS Thruway and the Mid-Hudson Bridge in Highland. Near the Hudson Valley's newest tourist attraction, the Walkway Over the Hudson, we are within walking distance from the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, whose proposed expansion will run right by us! Proximate to all Ulster County tourist destinations, we are easily reached by Metro-North and Adirondack Trailways.
Home to the renowned Moreno stage, the Boughton Place property hosts two main buildings on four acres. We have many workshop and classroom spaces, kitchens, a large screened porch, and landscaped grounds which can be used for events, workshops, and hospitality.
The Moreno stage, recognized as a vital symbol of the worldwide psychodrama community, also serves as a great venue for performance arts; theater music, dance, poetry recitals, and more. Our theater, which can accommodate an audience of 65, lends itself to intimate performances and has wonderful acoustics.
A distinguishing feature of Boughton Place is its ability to host overnight accommodations. Our two main buildings offer lodging for up to 14 people, making us a unique venue for not only Ulster County and Hudson Valley arts and multidisciplinary programs, but for those from the greater NY Metropolitan area and elsewhere. This residential component deeply enhances programs that want to provide multi-day and evening immersion experiences for participants.