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Whats for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement

Whats for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement

What’s for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement, and kicks off its 3rd year!  As we prepare to once again answer the age-old question, “What’s for Dinner?” I smile to remember back to our first event, two years ago. We have learned a lot since then, from […]

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Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula From time to time we will be featuring different herbs from the Secret Garden Herb Garden on our blog to spread the word about amazing herbs and how to incorporate them into your life.   Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly Stanley […]

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Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event

Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event

Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event What’s for Dinner? January 2016 will feature ferments prepared by Tamara Sheen, founder of Blue Egg Nourishment, crafting “simple foods for complex times.” Tamara is a Certified Healing Foods Specialist and loves to teach and […]

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We have exciting news to share!

We have exciting news to share!

  Dear Friends of Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, we have exciting news to share! This Spring we broke ground on a very important renovation project. Sycamore/Linden House might be the easiest of our Community Houses to recognize, due to the large Angel sculpture affixed to the eastern […]

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Eurythmy, voice made visible

Eurythmy, voice made visible

Voice Made Visible According to the Eurythmy Association of North America: “As a movement art, eurythmy brings the essence of music and language to visible manifestation. We not only hear the words and  music but they become visible to our eyes. Through deliberate, sculptured gestures sounds take […]

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