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Glen Spey: Tribe Gathering Festival

May 29, 2016 at The EnChanted ForRest in Glen Spey.


Gather with your tribe at the EnChanted ForRest Sunday May 29th. All day festival begins at noon.

EAST FOREST, international sound healer and musician is playing live during the 4pm yoga class.

“It’s all a process of discovery. We need to give space for that which wants to emerge — something needs to die for something else to be born. Making these albums was my way of creating some space, and inside I hope to hear an answer.” – East Forest

Festivities include: Slack Lining, Stand up paddle board, kayaking, evening Kirtan, live music, and fire ceremony. Henna, local vendors, tarot card readings, and delicious organic vegetarian cuisuine!

Indoor accommodations are first come first serve – $130/night plus ticket cost.

Camping is also available for those who love to enjoy the elements, for $65/night plus ticket cost.

Address: 1122 County Route 31, Glen Spey
Tribe Gathering Festival

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Rochester: RIT Earth Week 2016!

April 16, 2016 at RIT Sustainability in Rochester.


Sustainable Carnival
Saturday, April 16th | 11:00am – 4:00pm | Greek Lawn
SEAL’s Sustainable Carnival is back! Kick off Earth Week at this event that will feature live music, food, games, and even more!

Community Garden Kick-off
Saturday, April 16th & Sunday, April 17th
4/16 10:00 am – 1:00pm; 4/17 1:00 – 3:00 pm
RIT Community Garden
This weekend will be general garden clearing, making raised bed frames, maybe some planting (peas, greens), sheet mulching with old carpet to kill weeds, and plot allocation.

Leave No Trace Principles
Wednesday, April 20th | 11:00am – 2:00pm | Infinity Quad
Come join outing club at the Infinity Quad to learn how to become an ethical outdoorsmen and for some tasty baked goods. We will have vegan and gluten free options too – all items are $1!

Just Eat It Screening
Wednesday April 20th | 7-8:30 PM | GCCIS Auditorium (First Floor)
Recover Rochester and the Student Sustainability Advisory Committee present Just Eat It, a documentary film about food waste and food rescue. Documentarians Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer embark on a six month experiment of eating only food that is discarded or will imminently be discarded, exposing the reality behind how much perfectly good food goes to waste.

Electronics Recycling
Thursday, April 21st | 8:00am – 4:00pm | Sentinel
Looking to get rid of your old electronics? SEAL can help! Come bring your old electronics to the Sentinel.

Food Share 1 Year Party
Thursday, April 21st

Fast Forward Film Festival Screening
Thursday, April 21st | 7:00-9:00pm | The Little Theatre
2016 Official Selections will screen at The Little Theatre in Downtown Rochester on East Avenue. This showing is a sneak-peek of the short films in the running for Fast Forward Filmmaker Awards.
Cost: Adults $8, Students/Seniors/Little Theatre Members $6

Beekeeper’s Club Craft & Bake Sale
Friday, April 22nd | 10:00am – 3:00pm | Outside Artesano’s
Come buy some baked goods and beauty items, and learn about how you can help save the honey bee population!

Wellness Walk
Friday, April 22nd

Public Market Bus
Saturday, April 23rd | 9:00am -12:00pm | Departs from Grace Watson Hall
Take a free ride downtown on the public market bus. Shop for fresh produce, ethnic delicacies, and much more!

Fast Forward Film Festival Gala
Saturday, April 23rd | 6:00 – 10:00pm |George Eastman House Museum
The Fast Forward Gala will be hosted at George Eastman Museum. Events for the evening include the Gala reception, film screenings and award ceremony.
Cost: Adults $30, Students/Seniors $25

Address: 1 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester
RIT Earth Week 2016!

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New York: BEAST Launch Party

April 14, 2016 at 95 Avenue A in New York.


Join us for a special night at Mother of Pearl and Cienfuegos to celebrate the launch of BEAST (Benefits to End Animal Suffering Today), a nonprofit organization raising funds for animal rights groups through epic parties of epic proportions. Be one of the first to experience the next big thing by partying it up for a good cause. All ticket proceeds from this event will go to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.

Dinner + After Party: $300 / After Party: $100
6:30 PM Doors Open
7:00 PM-10:00PM 7-Course Vegan Dinner
10:00PM-2:00AM After Party w/ Open Bar


Introducing The BEAST Foundation

Founded by accomplished New York restaurateur & nightlife impresario Ravi DeRossi, BEAST is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising funds for animal rights groups & awareness of animal issues, through unique & special events.
You are invited to the OFFICIAL LAUNCH PARTY; an exclusive opening celebration to benefit Sea Shepherd & kick off BEAST’s fight to stamp out the cruel mistreatment of animals across the globe.
The evening will feature a 7-course vegan meal followed by a blowout after party with open bar. Celebrated mixologists Jane Danger & Alla Lapushchik will be on hand conjuring up innovative cocktails while ’haute vegetable chef’ Daphne Cheng will be working her magic in the kitchen.
Reserve your space now for a night to remember.

Follow BEAST on their social media links:
Website: www.beastnyc.org
Like the BEAST Facebook page: BEAST
Follow on Twitter: @beastnycorg
Follow on Instagram: @beastnycorg

Follow Sea Shepherd on their social links:
Website: www.seashepherd.org
Facebook: Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Twitter: @seashepherd
Instagram: @seashepherd
Google +: https://plus.google.com/+seashepherd
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/seashepherd

BEAST Launch Party

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New York: The Courageous Kitchen Family Dinner

May 13, 2016 at New York, NY, Stati Uniti d’America in New York.


I Eat Lao Food and The Courageous Kitchen are teaming up to bring you traditional Lao food in New York City! We’ll be hosting bi-monthly pop-up events throughout the year, featuring a full Lao dining experience catered by up and coming Chef Manila Southammavong.

For the month of May, we’ll be serving you up a traditional Lao style family dinner. We’ll sit on the floor, eat with our hands, pass drinks, and share stories. There will also be food demos, and live painting by Art Tillman, with proceeds benefiting the families of The Courageous Kitchen.

May 13th Menu consists of:

Starters: Papaya Salad, Vegetarian Eggrolls
Main: Grilled Beef, Fried Fish & Mushroom Laap
Dessert: Coconut Tapioca Pudding w/Fresh Fruit
Drinks sponsored by Khor Vodka

Tickets are $40 per person. Seating is limited. To RSVP and purchase your seat, please visit:


For more information on #ieatlaofood:
Web: www.ieatlaofood.com
Facebook: I Eat Lao Food
Instagram: @ieatlaofood
Email: info@ieatlaofood.com

The Courageous Kitchen:
Web: www.insearchofsanuk.com
Instagram: @thecourageouskitchen
Email: christy@courageouskitchen.org
Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aD3R6uTxvPg

Web: www.leontillman.com
Instagram: @art_tillman
Email: leontillman1@yahoo.com

***All Sales are FINAL***

The Courageous Kitchen Family Dinner

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Ossining: Something Good in the World at Ossining Earth Day Festival!

April 16, 2016 at Louis Engel Waterfront Park in Ossining.


Something Good in the World will be at the Green Ossining’s 6th Annual Earth Day Festival offering tours of our Envira Pod Off-Grid, Zero Carbon Footprint, Solar-Powered, Eco-Friendly, Mobile Educational Trailer!

Over the past five years, the event has grown from about 300 attendees in the first year to about 3,000 last year. Any promotion of this event will help us continue to expose people to living a more sustainable life!

This year, Green Ossining celebrates the 46th Anniversary of Earth Day, and has WATER (conservation, preservation, sustainable uses of, etc) as its Festival’s theme. Our Envira Pod is a living demonstration for this theme of water conservation, because of how we use a completely self-contained rainwater catchment and gray water system!

Hosted by Green Ossining with sponsorship support from a variety of community businesses, featured events of the day include:

Arts & Artisan Vendors
Eco-Demonstrations & Hands-on Activities including a focused Kid’s Activity Zone
The Something Good in the World’s Zero-Footprint EnviraPod Mobile Education Trailer
River Activities & Advocacy
Zero-Waste in action on the Festival grounds
Delicious Local Food including vegetarian and vegan fare
Craft Beer hosted by Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
Textile Recycling & E-Waste drop off
Rain Barrels and Composter Bins for sale
Live Music with local musicians including KJ Denhert, All My Friends, Beverly Aminata Spencer, Nancy Carmichael & Dennis Phillips, and a performance by our stage hosts Mike & Miriam Risko and the Mike Risko Band
Local “Green” Services/ Product Vendors available for sharing green practices and products.
Learn about using eco-friendly products & how to save money by reducing your carbon footprint!

For more information, join us and Green Ossining on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/596727217144140/, or go to greenossining.org.

Please join us for what promises to be a memorable day!

See you there!
:) Barbara

Barbara Sarbin, Educational Program Director
Something Good in the World

Something Good in the World at Ossining Earth Day Festival!

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New York: Rooftop Dinner with Radhanath Swami

May 06, 2016 at The Bhakti Center (Official) in New York.


FRIDAY, MAY 6TH: 6:00 -10:00PM




Only 60 tickets will be sold to this event.

Come enjoy a beautiful sunset gourmet vegetarian dinner while overlooking the Manhattan skyline from The Bhakti Center’s rooftop garden. Then immerse yourself in hearing from Radhanath Swami about how he learned to live his calling in the age of confusion, and how you can do the same. A questions & answers session will follow. This will be an intimate evening to remember in the presence one of the world’s leading teachers of bhakti-yoga.

(In case of inclement weather the dinner will be held indoors at The Bhakti Center)


6:00pm – Dinner
7:00pm – Talk “Living Your Calling in the Age of Confusion”
8:30pm – Desert
10:00pm – Wrapping it up

About Radhanath Swami

Radhanath Swami is a Vaishnava sanyassi (a monk in a Krishna-bhakti lineage) and teacher of the devotional path of Bhakti-yoga. He is author of The Journey Home, a memoir of his search for spiritual truth. His teachings draw from the sacred texts of India such as The Bhagavad-gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, and Ramayana, and aim to reveal the practical application of the sacred traditions, while focusing on the shared essence which unites apparently disparate religious or spiritual paths.

Born Richard Slavin, on December 7, 1950, in his teens he came to confront a deep sense of alienation from suburban Chicago life and the civil injustices of mid-century America. At the age of nineteen, while on a summer trip to Europe, his internal struggles culminated in a commitment to search for God wherever it might lead him. Meditating on the Isle of Crete, he felt a supernatural calling and the next morning set off alone to find spiritual India. The Journey Home documents his odyssey as a penniless hitch-hiker though Greece, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and finally India. There he lived as a wandering ascetic, first amongst the forest dwelling Himalayan yogis and later amongst a wide variety of gurus and spiritual practitioners throughout India and Nepal. Ultimately, he was led to the holy town of Vrindavan, where he found his path amongst the Bhakti-yogis.

In Vrindavan he found the teacher he was searching for in A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977) the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), and representative of Gaudiya Vaishnavism, (the Krishna-bhakti tradition stemming from the 16th century mystic avatar Sri Chaitanya). In choosing Bhaktivedanta Swami, as his guru, Radhanath Swami felt compelled to shear his matted locks and reenter Western society with a mission to share the sacred wisdom he had received. This return exemplifies the form of devotional yoga which is at the heart of Radhanath Swami’s teachings, a spiritual practice expressed as tangible action meant to bring about personal fulfillment and benefit the world.

At the the age of 31 he took the monastic vows of a Vaishnava sanyassin and became known as Radhanath Swami.

Today Radhanath Swami travels regularly throughout India, Europe and North America, sharing the teachings of Bhakti-yoga. He resides much of the year at the Radha Gopinath Ashram in Chowpatty, Mumbai. For the past twenty-five years he has guided the community’s development and has directed a number of acclaimed social action projects including Midday Meals, which daily serves more than 260,000 plates of sanctified vegetarian food to the children of the slums of Mumbai. He has also worked to establish missionary hospitals and eye camps, eco-friendly farms, schools and ashrams, an orphanage, and a number of emergency relief programs throughout India.

See Website: http://bhakticenter.org/rooftopdinner-with-radhanathswami/?preview_id=8417&preview_nonce=635d881963&preview=true

Address: 25 1st Ave, New York
Rooftop Dinner with Radhanath Swami

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New York: Bus Trip to Eataly NYC

June 11, 2016 at Eataly NYC in New York.


Come join the ICC on a fun bus trip to Eataly NYC on Saturday, June 11

Eataly New York is a bustling Italian marketplace with 50,000 square feet overflowing with restaurants and take-away counters that serve the same high-quality food and drink offered just steps away in the full market. You can enjoy a meal in one of the 7 restaurants, shop beautiful Italian food and gifts and take home Italian delicacies you won’t find anywhere else.

Birreria Lavazza
Il Pesce Caffe Vergnano
La Piazza
La Pizza & La Pasta
Le Verdure

Eataly New York offers an assortment of prepared foods to take away at counters and caffes, including pastries, panini, roasted meats, focaccia, and a selection of sides.

· Bakery
· Butchery
· Fishmonger
· Focacceria
· Fresh Pasta
· Gelato
· Mozzarella
· Nutella
· Panini
· Pastry
· Rosticceria
· Salumi & Formaggi
· Eataly Vino

The bus will leave the Enfield Mall commuter parking lot (next to Macy’s, behind Wendy’s) at 9:00 am. We should return back to the Enfield Mall around 8:00 pm.

The cost of the trip is $ 60.00 per person. Space is limited. Seats will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Reservations must be made in advance by calling Stephanie at 860-305-1175 or email to iccwm@comcast.net

Payment must be received by June 3.

Address: 200 5th Ave, New York
Bus Trip to Eataly NYC

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New York: 1 Day Yoga Retreat with Radhanath Swami & Raghunath

May 01, 2016 at The Bhakti Center (Official) in New York.




The yoga tradition is a storehouse of treasures for the body mind and soul. The Bhakti Center’s 1 Day Yoga Retreat is an opportunity to experience some of those treasure from a unique group of teachers including world renowned spiritual leader Radhanath Swami, expert asana teacher & storyteller Raghunath and The Bhakti Center’s own Syama, Dhyana, Virabhadra and Jai. It will be a great day of practicing and learning with a unique group of teachers, each of whom have spent many years walking an authentic yoga path. The retreat will include asana, meditation, kirtan, breath & bodywork, and a spiritual themed drama featuring the Bhakti Center’s drama troupe b centered theater.

The day will also include fantastic vegetarian/vegan meals.

8am – Yoga Asana
Option 1 – Syama & Dhyana – all levels
Option 2 – Raghu – challenging

9:30am – Ayurvedic Breakfast

10:30am – Drama Presented by b centered theater – Giving Tree

11:00am – Radhanath Swami talk & meditation training

12:30pm – Workshop or Bodywork
Option 1- Storytelling Workshop & Advanced Asana with Raghunath
Option 2 – Marma Point Thearapy Body Work with Virabhadra

1:30p – Lunch

2:30p –

3:30p – Q&A with Radhanath Swami on Rooftop Followed by Kirtan

5:00p – closing

Radhanath Swami is a Vaishnava sanyassi (a monk in a Krishna-bhakti lineage) and teacher of the devotional path of Bhakti-yoga. He is author of The Journey Home, a memoir of his search for spiritual truth. His teachings draw from the sacred texts of India such as The Bhagavad-gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, and Ramayana, and aim to reveal the practical application of the sacred traditions, while focusing on the shared essence which unites apparently disparate religious or spiritual paths.

Raghunath born Ray Cappo was a Lower East Side hardcore-punk singer songwriter icon, touring the globe in his teens. In a decadent music scene infested with hard drugs, negativity and intoxication he was an anomaly and a light propounding clean living, positive attitude and vegetarian lifestyle, inspiring tens of thousands of fans internationally. Today he’s an accomplished yogi in many styles, and married with five children. He leads retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings around the world. He is an expert at taking the esoteric yoga philosophy and making it understandable and practical for the contemporary world.

Address: 25 1st Ave, New York
1 Day Yoga Retreat with Radhanath Swami & Raghunath

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April 16, 2016 at Rohall’s Corner in Buffalo.


Are you a cullinary wizard? Do you have what it takes to be crowned best casserole cooker of Casserohall? Join us on Saturday, April 16 to flaunt your cheffing skills and taste what your competition has to offer! There will be drink specials, 50/50 split raffle, and a room full of tastey casseroles.

CASSEROLE kas-uh-rohl:
Description: typically consists of pieces of meat or fish, chopped vegetables, and a starchy binder (flour, rice, potato, pasta, cheese). Liquids are release from the meat and vegetables during cooking while other liquids (soup, stock, wine, beer, gin, cider) may be added when the dish is assembled.

All entries should arrive no later than 2:30PM
Dishes must already be cooked and kept warm (there are limited electrical outlets for crockpots)
Please include a description of your ingredients

$5.00 to taste
All proceeds will be donated to the local food pantry
Tasters are responsible for voting on the worthiest casserole

Votes will be tallied and winners announced at 5:00PM
Winners will be crowned for the following categories:
Best Meat Casserole
Best Vegetarian or Vegan Casserole
Best Overall

See you there!

Address: 540 Amherst St, Buffalo

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Albany: Faith and Food

April 12, 2016 at The Interfaith Center at UAlbany in Albany.


Make time for some amazing home-cooked food and then join in a mini-worship service. It’s food for the body and food for the soul.

Hosting this Week: New Covenant Presbyterian Church

Dinner is served from 6:00 – 6:45 p.m. so feel free to come when you class lets out; even if it’s a bit late, we have plenty of food. (vegetarian and vegan options available as well). After dinner we’ll join together for an interactive worship experience 6:45 – 7:15 p.m

Address: 1400 Washington Ave, Albany
Faith and Food

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