Every Fall there is a lot of work to do around the beautiful Ashokan campus to prepare for the Winter months. If you enjoy being outside, getting dirty, winterizing gardens, painting or clearing trails please join the Ashokan Team for the 2nd Seasonal Community Work and Play Day on November 19th. We are also looking for people who are interested in volunteering on an ongoing basis to assist the administrative and maintenance teams. Of course it won't all be work. There will be food as well as singing and dancing with Jay Ungar & Molly Mason. Please bring work gloves and tools (shovel, trowel, hoe, rake, etc.) YOUR involvement helps us provide high quality programming and events for children and families. Register to join The Ashokan Community Work & Play Day!! http://signup.com/go/sgLCBu or email: Peter Cook at email@example.com.
The mission of the Ashokan Center is to teach, inspire and build community through shared experiences in nature, history, and the arts.
Nestled in the Catskills in Olivebridge, New York on 385 acres of fields, forests, trails, and streams, the Ashokan Center is a special blend of geologic, natural and human history.
In addition to producing and hosting performances, camps and special events for the local community, staff of the Ashokan Center lead residential and day programs for K-12 school students and teachers, colleges and universities, and organizational retreats of all kinds. Our trained staff takes full advantage of Ashokan’s unparalleled natural setting to teach science, history, writing, team-building, music, dancing and graphic arts through a unique hands-on and place-based approach designed to foster curiosity, problem-solving, and a love of life-long learning in people of all ages.
The rustic elegance of our new campus along with the natural beauty of Ashokan’s forests, fields and streams help to create an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
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