Seasonal Sings

Upcoming Seasonal Sing:
Spring Equinox Sing, Sunday March 26th 

Singing at 4pm,  followed by a soup and bread potluck .
                            Bring a bowl & spoon 
                            RSVP if you’re able to bring soup or bread to share! 
You are invited to join in song as we celebrate the upcoming spring equinox– the balance of light and dark, the season of sap flowing, emerging green, and smells returning!  We will be led in simple, harmony-rich songs to offer up thanks, to remember our place in the great turning, and to revel in our togetherness. (It could also be snowy and cold cold cold, in which case we will sing to the strength of the Lion of late winter!)
EarthShine Pavilion in our yard at 113 Creamery St in Plainfield  
Park at the park & ride at the base of Maple and East Hill Roads, 1.5 blocks away. If you need to park on Creamery St for accessibility that’s fine.
Dress for the weather! There are benches and chairs for around 40 people inside the pavilion. Folks are welcome to find seats in the pavilion or bring a chair to sit outside. Bring a cushion or pad for extra warmth if you’d like. 
Please be in touch with any questions. No registration required. 
*Please leave your lovely dogs at home!
***All voices welcome! All songs taught by ear***
There will be a donation basket if you feel inspired and are able to chip in.
More: For more information contact Heidi at
Reflections on previous Seasonal Sings

There were elders and mid lifers, thirty something’s in wool and some in denim, women smiling, ten year olds, transgender people, activists, farmers, woods walkers, two year olds, babies and newborns. There were three generations, maybe more, brothers, sisters, singles, neighbors, friends and foes. All singing in intimate harmony. There were tears, deep breaths, ahhhhs and drumbeats on the pew backs. There was life and affirmation. Most of all, truly, everyone was welcome and that was deeply felt.”Angie Barger, 2018