Energy of Youth Benefit Concert/Potluck Dinner
11/20 (Sunday) 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Pomona, NY (Rockland)
Performing world music that is inspiring and accessible for young people has been an annual theme for this benefit concert, which is performed by children ages 8-18. This year's event will feature a wide variety of classical, traditional, and original music. Proceeds from the event go to support the sustainable living and alternative energy projects of Something Good in the World, and in the past we have built our famous seesaw pump, and a bicycle that generates electricity, as well as our low-wind power generation system and an interactive, educational wind power demonstration for children, biodynamic beehives, and a kid-powered bike blender to make organic fruit smoothies, a pop-up greenhouse, and woolly pocket gardens made from recycled materials, all from the contributions received at these concerts. The concert will take place at the eco-friendly, sustainable, geothermal, recognized as one of the most energy efficient in NY State, home of Rabia and Paul Nagin in Pomona, NY!
All funds received at this event are tax-deductible and will go to support the operation of our off-grid, solar-powered, eco-friendly Earth School Envira Pod Mobile Educational Trailer! This particular event has a $25 suggested donation for adults, $10 for students, $5 for children under 12. Bring a potluck dish to share! RSVP: 914-217-9249 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
House Concert with Searra Jade
12/3 (Saturday) 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Join singer-songwriter Searra Jade of Asheville, North Carolina (but actually a Croton native!!) touring with her acoustic trio, for a delightfully cozy and intimate concert of thought-provoking and heart-opening original folk music at Jodi Cornell's house: 184 Colabaugh Pond Rd, Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520-3218.
Visit Searra's website www.searrajade.com for more info/songs/videos or find her page on Facebook at Searra Jade.
Cover is $5-25 suggested contribution (suggested $5 per child, $10 for students, and $25 for adult, but pay as you can!), and part of the proceeds raised will go towards Something Good in the World. All ages welcome.
Advance Registration required: 914-217-9249 or email@example.com.
SGITW's Holiday Craft Fair
12/10 (Saturday) 12 noon – 5:00 p.m. Peekskill, NY.
Location: New Era Creative Space is located at 1016 Brown St., Peekskill, NY 10566. (It is adjacent to the Paramount Theater and across the street from the Peekskill Coffee House.)
This annual event supports local artisans who sell their crafts, which in turn supports Something Good in the World's educational programs and projects. There will be a bake sale, face-painting, a children's raffle, a silent auction of health and nutrition-related services, chair massage, reflexology treatments, organic fruit smoothies, and plenty of time to shop, eat, talk, and enjoy the day. Some of the original, handmade art and crafts will include: bowls from local hardwoods, embroidery, jewelry, ornaments, knitting, children’s books, and more.
THIS YEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME: well-known children’s book author and illustrator Ed Young, will be reading and signing his books for children from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., and donating 100% of the proceeds from his books to support SGITW’s Earth School farm-based education programs!
Admission is free! All donations are tax-deductible.
Dancing Through the Decades
All ages are invited! Please come join us for a ''Dancing Through the Decades'' event benefiting Something Good in the World, on
Katrine Bangsgaard and Bill Kline, professional dance instructors, will demonstrate basic steps and call the Charleston, the Lindy Hop, the Twist, the Hustle, the Macareña and more. All told, it's more than a hundred years' worth of American social dancing!
Neither a partner nor experience is needed. So hustle up your children and their grandparents, bring along friends and neighbors, dig out those dancing shoes and swing till the sun sets!...
There is a $25 suggested donation for adults, $10 for seniors and students, $5 for children under 12. Advance reservations required: firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-217-9249.
Please come and help us raise funds to keep Something Good in the World's farm-based education programs and projects happening!
All donations are tax deductible. Something Good in the World operates as a public charity under section 501c3 of the IRS code. If you can't attend, please consider donating for the event anyway: all donations will be matched by a local foundation, doubling your gift til the end of June:
Animal Adaptations in Winter (and in the Changing Climate)
Limited to 12 participants. Advance registration required.
Cost: $20 per person.
Advance Registration and Information: 914-217-9249 or email@example.com
Human Body School at Peekskill Coffee House
Throughout the month of April, visit the Peekskill Coffee House to see our "Human Body School!" projects on display!
From cover on Benzingal.com:
As the Director of Something Good In The World said in a post to parents and students, "The art show opening reception was pure fun. I loved it especially accompanied by the 'Human Body School' music of Talking Hands Talking Feet (which by the way is coming out on CD soon). My favorite was seeing customers and coffee house staff dancing around to the music."
About the art exhibit itself, she continues, "Each installation of the exhibit describes and demonstrates one of the human body systems, whether cardiovascular or respiratory, etc., as well as the senses. So what's amazing and beautiful is how certain 'Human Body School' songs match these exactly.If we could have, I would have loved to have mounted CD players with headphones, so that visitors to the exhibit could sit and listen to the music while viewing each aspect of the exhibit...It's at the Peekskill Coffee House throughout the month of April - so don't miss it!"
This annual event supports local artisans who sell their crafts, which in turn supports Something Good in the World's educational programs and projects.
There will be a bake sale, face-painting, craft activities for children, a children's raffle, a silent auction of health and nutrition-related services, chair massage, organic fruit smoothies, and plenty of time to shop, eat, talk, and enjoy. Some of the original, handmade art and crafts will include: bowls from local hardwoods, bee products, soaps, dried flowers, embroidery, jewelry, ornaments, greeting cards, books, knitting, and more...
Where: New Era Creative Space, located at 1016 Brown St., Peekskill NY 10566.
Admission is free! For more information: 914-217-9249 or firstname.lastname@example.org.