Upcoming Events

2020 Summer Volunteer Work Weekends

Fun, food and little work, too!  Join the crew helping to get Camp Timber Trails ready for the camp season this spring!   If the fall season is more to your liking there’s plenty to do during the autumn shut down.  For information and to sign up email arnoldfbrown@gmail.com, paulspielman@contactimprovboston.com, matthew@fdne.org or Jason@HeARTbeatCollective.org


Stay tuned for more upcoming events.

Past Events


The Drum at the End of the Rainbow

September 27-30 MORE INFO
Our 2nd annual Drum & Dance Retreat has no parallel. Simple, laid back, and affordable, we drum and dance late into the night, sharpen our skills by day, engage our deepest love of life and Earth through sacred fire and ritual, and build deep community by taking plenty of time to just be alive.

Dance New England Camp (August, 2018)

African dance, ballroom, contact improvisation, and salsa classes are just some of the offerings. Dance with snakes, humans, and your glorious self. Dance to live music. Dance all night to excellent DJs. Sweat prayers, breathe transformationally, beat drums, practice yoga, and learn massage from master teachers.
Or find a peaceful spot at the beach from which to contemplate mountains and sunset. Eat, converse, sing, schmooze, swim. Dance Camp is ours to co-create. Join us!

ForestDance (August, 2018)


Come join us as we share in deep and profound celebration of our lives together on sacred and wild land. We’ll be in ceremony for three full nights, and two half nights, around the fire. Our facilitators and teachers will help guide the circle on a profound journey helping us to access and reclaim our own core, our inspiration, and our connection to nature.

Unifier Festival (June, 2018)


Honoring and bringing together different sub-cultures, unifier festival is a sacred world music festival, a healing and expressive arts festival, and a yoga festival. It is a live art show, a dance party, a place for ceremony, for permaculture, for sculptural works and circus arts. It is a place to care for the land, to eat organic food, to be inspired and to inspire our kids and our elders.

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