Camphill Soltane Fundraising Events, Ceremonies, and Tours
We hope you’ll join us and 80+ members of the North American Council for our annual conference! The theme of this conference is “I and the World: Finding Healthy Balance in Community.” You will have many opportunities to meet new friends, have new experiences, and come away with wonderful memories.
We hope you'll join us for an event 30 years in the making- the celebration of Camphill Soltane's 30th anniversary! With dinner by Charlie Orlando's Catering by Yellow Springs, a dynamic gallery show, live music and dancing by the Jump City Jazz Orchestra, and a wonderful community play, this fabulous event is one you don't want to miss.
3 PM: "The Dragon" — A play by Evgeny Schwartz, produced by the Soltane community
4 PM: Open House — Tour Kristina's House, our new horticultural center, and learn more about Soltane & Parzival's offerings
5 PM: Gallery Opening — Experience a new show featuring Soltane artists in Whitsun Hall's Kalmar Gallery
5:30 PM: Dinner and Dancing — Catering by Yellow Springs and music by the Jump City Jazz Orchestra
Tomorrow is the big day, and we can't wait to see everyone! We are expecting 200 guests! Please plan to arrive early (2:45) to find parking, and try to carpool if possible. Also, we will be raffling off two big baskets full of beautiful Soltane-made products- be sure to bring cash for raffle tickets!
The event is free, but donations to support Soltane are gratefully accepted!
Come and join us for an afternoon of celebration at the grand opening of Kristina's House, a new greenhouse for horticultural education and practice!
See our beautiful new building, enjoy some refreshments and entertainment, meet friends, and learn more about Soltane's vision.
You are warmly invited to join us for a free and open forum on the role of and our relationship to money and cryptocurrency in building community.
An open forum allows for the exchange of all feelings, ideas and opinions. The facilitators belong to the Deep Democracy Institute, an intergenerational group interested in public dialogues on topics of concern.