Whitsun Festival: The Individual and Humanity
Jun 04, 2022 4:00PM
Mettabee Farm and Arts, 551 Harlemville Rd, Hillsdale, NY 12529
Event Contact Berkshire Taconic Branch | Email
Categories Eastern Region US, Festival
By the Berkshire Taconic Branch of the Anthroposophical Society
The Whitsun/Pentecost event is, among other things, a call for the development of both the free individual and our conscious belonging to the whole of humanity. We will celebrate this theme with a presentation by Marc Clifton on the significance of Whitsun as well as music, poetry, movement by some of our community members. There will also be opportunities for your participation.
World Language Circle
Members of the community are invited to recite the beginning of The Lord’s Prayer in a World Language. That can be your first language or a learned language. Or perhaps you would challenge yourself to learn these words in a language that is under-represented in our community. We have someone learning the prayer in the original Aramaic and someone else representing our indigenous people by learning these words in Abenaki (a language of the Algonquin people). We also have Latin, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Ukrainian. If you are able to offer another language, please contact Gloria Kemp email@example.com or 518-672-4844 to learn more and sign up.
Rudolf Steiner called Whitsun a festival of flowers. Come to the festival bearing a flower that will be joined with others to grace our space and leave with one someone else has brought.