~ FALL MUSIC SPECTACULAR~
Friday | October 2, 2015 | 7:00 pm | $15 per person | Join us for a very special night of music at The Beattie Sanctuary! We are honored to welcome the NY Times reviewed “silky mezzo” voice of Elizabeth Bouk and the musical genius of broadway pianist, Dianne McDowell! Returning to our area after amazing debut’s in the NY City Opera scene, you will be thoroughly entertained by the variety of their program. Savory treats, tasty desserts, Fojo beans coffee & Sanctuary tea provided. CLICK HERE for purchasing more than 1 ticket!
ARE YOU HAPPY? ARE YOU LIVING OR EXISTING? ARE YOU READY FOR CHANGE?
To retreat means to find refuge, seclusion, & privacy. Immunity is afforded by the refuge found in a sanctuary ~ a sacred, or holy place to contemplate, deeply. Create your own retreat at our Sanctuary, where the flora, fauna, and animals take you on a memorable journey. Orchestrated by a scholarly team, you will find clarity of mind, wellness of body, and profound happiness within your spirit, all directed by your desires and goals. Gather a group of friends to walk the gardens, go on a scavenger hunt, create nature crafts, bake or cook some culinary delights, or study the science of energy medicine. We have lots of ideas and experience…..we’re more interested in your imagination ~ call or email today!
With the help of Team Sanctuary (Jim Fitzgerald, Nate Secord & Laurie Venditti), the gardens & flowers danced in the (very) warm sunshine as we leisurely toured around the south side of the main house. Guests listened to the story of how the animals leave our gardens and flowers alone, enjoying the habitats and feeding stations that we cultivate all around the Sanctuary’s 27 acres! We nibbled on fresh roasted vegetables (Common Thread CSA), fresh raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, watermelon, & apricots (Navarino Orchards), fresh Gouda Cheeses (Jake’s Gouda Cheese), sipped FoJo Beans Coffee while devouring the Ghiardelli chocolate brownies, coconut & peanut brittle! (Better Brittle) Finding comfortable seats, we settled in for a brilliant musical journey by the tender hands of Joseph Pepper. Without referring to any sheet music, we were mesmerized by the impressive works and free flowing hands that traversed up and down the 1946 Steinway baby grand! We look forward to another stunning performance in the fall ~ stay tuned!