African DAnce & DRum Class

BEginning Saturday December 8

saturday 11-12:15 pm (No Class Jan 5)



Growing up in The Republic of Guinea with his 13+ siblings, Assane Badji Sylla started dancing 
at the tender age of 4 years old. After insense but 
brief stints as a miner, restaurateur, and in the military, Assane began dancing professionally 
and rose to be the artistic director of Ballet Bougarabou. Assane has travelled the world performing and teaching traditional West African Dance.

For more information contact


CLASSES ARE Thursdays, 5:30 – 7:15 PM

Classes Resuming Fall 2019

Scottish Country Dancing is an ancestor of American contra dancing and a cousin to English country dancing. It is social dancing done in groups or sets of dancers who perform figures similar to those found in contra and square dancing. Scottish dancing emphasizes teamwork and sociability, and has its own steps such as skip change and pas de basque setting. In class, we put these elements together in a joyful and lively response to the great wealth of Scottish tunes. Dances are done to jigs, reels, and a slower tempo called “strathspey.”

Ted Randolf has worn the kilt from a tender age, but didn’t discover Scottish Country Dancing until a bit later.  He has been teaching Scottish dancing to children and adults for about twenty-five years, and is currently taking a class to become an RSCDS (Royal Scottish Country Dance Society) certified teacher.

Contact Ted Randolph at for more information.

Indoor Community Soccer Beginning Late Fall

Late Fall & Winter & Spring

Wednesdays 4pm

Sundays 1pm

Contact Richard Harrison  518 828-2682 for more information and schedule

EURYTHMY WITH KARIN DERREUMAUX 9:30 - 11:00 am on Wednesdays

On Break Until September

Newcomers welcome!

Sliding scale $15 - $30/session

Please contact Karin for more information:

Community Folk Sing-Along

Check Events for Scheduled Sing-Alongs!

All ages & voices are welcome to this semi-monthly event Music books (Rise-Up-Singing) are provided although you are welcome to bring a folk song to share. Everyone will have a chance to choose a song, if they want to. Check events for the next scheduled Sing-Along.


Community Yoga Classes with Rachel Haley

Tuesdays 6:15-7:15pm

Sundays 10:30-11:30am

A comfortable and inclusive class accommodating all levels and abilities. Breath-work, seated and standing postures, and basic meditation tools will be practiced.  Sequences are created with optimal anatomical alignment as a focus while cultivating a sense of joy and balance in the body.
Drawing on a background in women's health and somatic healing, Rachel combines the wisdom of the traditional yoga systems including Kundalini, Tantra, Bhakti,  Ashtanga, and Iyengar schools with medicine from dance, shamanistic ritual, mysticism, mythology, and visualization.  The energetic focus of the practice is grounded in extensive knowledge and attention to body mechanics and alignment in asana. Her teaching style is versatile and can easily apply knowledge to the individuals and groups specific needs.

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YOGA with Shari

On Break Until September


Monday 8:45am-9:45am  

Flow (adv beginner/intermediate)

Monday 10:00am-11:15am  

Strength and Flexibility (suitable for beginners)

Suggested Drop In Class Rate:  $15
5 Class Card:  $65

Classes beginning September 10, 2018

Shari was introduced to yoga in NYC about 25 years ago.  She began a regular practice after a running injury that left her unable to run, hike or even walk a few miles.  She found that yoga was not only healing to her body, but it had a profound effect on calming her mind.  She received her 200 hour teaching certification from Yoga Works in NYC.  Inspired by the ISHTA lineage, she completed her 300 hour teacher training with ISHTA YOGA in New York under the guidance of Alan and Sarah Finger.  She is influenced by the flow and strength of the Ashtanga practice and the alignment of the Iyengar tradition.  She strives to teach a well rounded, intelligent class offering modifications with a sense of humor.

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Qi - Gong For Health & Happiness

with Anton Taiga

On Break Until September

Sundays 8:45-10am

Drop In - $20

Full Series- $140



Qi Gong is an ancient Chinese health practice that literally translates as "Life Energy Cultivation". The benefits of Qi Gong range from increased energy and presence to greater self-awareness and self-realization. This eight-session introductory course will give you tools to release physical and emotional tension. You will learn exercises to activate and empower the three main energy centers of the human being: wisdom, love and vitality. We will do this through gentle breathing techniques; simple and restorative movements; guided meditations; and visualizations.

For more info please visit

Somatics and Dance Workshop with Raquel Dutra

Fridays in March, 9-11 am

$150/Series, $20/Drop in

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Community Tea

Thursdays 8:30 -9:30am


Cha Dao ~ The Way of Tea ~ opens the space for stillness, contemplation and meditation. Come sit and share a bowl with us every Thursday morning beginning October 25. Tea Ceremony is a donation based offering.

Suggested $10-$20

Please email to reserve a space