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Living Pan-European-American Cultural Heritage Center [PEACH].

This is an old page (Published: Sep 6, 2018), though all of this still exists, and is a fine overview, there has been updates, refinements, more activities added. A forthcoming book is in the works and will be released when humanly possible. For now, the best place to start is here.
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 July
The Greeks – American Pioneer Days 
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Small Animal Husbandry, Beekeeping, Butterfly-keeping
Outdoor Workshop: Black-smithing, Woodworking, Glass-blowing, Marble Sculpting, Picnic-table Watercolor
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History – The American & French Revolutions
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History – Greeks Theatre
Arts For The Community: Greek Mask Making, Marble Cutting, Settlements
Theatre and Music: Greeks Comedy and Tragedy
Music: Traditional Ancient Greek
Physical Activity: 24 Hour Bike Ride and French Frolic, Bothmer Olympics, Water Play, Farming
Cafe: Greek Salad, Flaming Saganaki, Olives, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Fasolada, Steamed Artichoke in garlic butter Lemon-aid with Rose Water. German Brats
Classic Book Clubs: Wilder, The Big Three, Alexander
Celebrations & Festivals: American and French Revolutions, Greek Theatre

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   August
Rome – The Family 
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Small Animal Husbandry, Beekeeping, Butterfly-keeping, Early Harvest
Outdoor Workshops: Black-smithing, Woodworking, Glass-blowing, Marble Cutting, Picnic Table Watercolor
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Rome and the Roman Theatre
Arts For The Community: Mosaic Tile Making
Theatre: Roman Plays and Circus
Music: Traditional Ancient Rome
Physical Activity: Fishing, Hiking, Water Play, Circus
Cafe: Prosciutto & Mozzarella on Focaccia, Artichoke with a Butter Garlic Sauce, Cannoli, Cafe Espresso
Classic Book Clubs: Twain, Cicero, Aurelius, Seneca Elder and Younger, Ptolmey
Celebrations & Festivals: Farragusto, Assumption

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 September
Harvest – Bounty – Late Rome – Early Christians
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Small Animal Husbandry, Beekeeping, Butterfly-keeping, Mid-Harvest
Outdoor Workshops: Black-smithing, Woodworking, Glass-blowing, Pot Spinning Ceramics, Oils
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Late Roman – Early Medieval Europe
Arts For The Community: Flax, Hemp, Dry Garden Waste for Paper-making & Book Binding
Theatre: Medieval Plays, St George and the Dragon
Music: Harvest Folk Singing, Accordion, Classical Guitar, Harmonica
Physical Activity: Kite Flying, Wool Washing, Canning, Bread-making, Harvest, Late Planting and Ground Cover, Grounds Maintenance
Cafe: Peasant Lunch; cheese apples grapes and onion soup – Apple Everything!
Classic Book Club: Cædmon Hymn, Beowulf, Charlemagne, Parzival
Celebrations & Festivals: Medieval Harvest Dinner & Festival, Michaelmas, Autumnal Equinox.

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   October
Hallowe’en – Into the Darkness – Celts  and Druids
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Small Animal Husbandry, Beekeeping, Butterfly-keeping, Late-Harvest
Indoor/Outdoor Workshops: Black-smithing, Woodworking, Glass-blowing, Sculpture Slab Ceramics
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Early Celts And Druids, Early Science through Chaucer
Arts For The Community: Knotted Borders, Flax and Reed Weaving, Wool-Spinning & Dying
Theatre: Celtic Pagan, Arthur Pendragon, The Scottish Play, Canterbury Tales
Music: Celt & Druid
Physical Activity: Pheasant Hunting, Perilous Path, Late-Harvest and Frost Cover
Cafe: Irish/Scottish beef and vegetable stews, with fresh baked grain breads or a Broccoli Gruyrer soup sprinkled with thinly sliced carrots and chopped Italian parsley, served with a side of avocado, drizzled with a light extra virgin olive oil, dried bacon bits, burnt onions and a French sour dough bread.
Classic Book Clubs: Arthur Legends, The Crusades, Chaucer
Celebrations & Festivals: Hallowe’en, Blessing of the Animals

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  November
Thanksgiving – Gratitude 
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Animals Return Home, Beekeeping to rest, Butterfly-keeping to rest, End-Harvest
Indoor Workshops: Woodworking, Ceramics Sculpture, Printmaking
Lectures Hall – Philosophy & History: Early Catholic Church, Byzantine through the Reformation
Arts For The Community: Butterfly Silk Embroidery, Outdoor Pit Kiln
Theatre: Renaissance, Dark Shakespeare – Joan of Arc
Music: Voice A Capella, Dirges, Latin, Early Christian to Late Christian
Physical Activity: Deer Hunting, Maintenance, Late-planting, Garden Clean-up & Recycling
Cafe: Gobble Gobble Boo – Turkey and Pumpkin Everything
Classic Book Club: Tolstoy, Constantine to Augustine, St. Bridget
Celebrations & Festivals: All Saints and Souls, Martinmas Lantern Forest Walk, Thanksgiving

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  December
Advent
Garden Workshops: Maintenance
Indoor Workshops: Woodworking, Ceramics, Printmaking Clean-up
Lectures Hall – Philosophy & History: Christmas & Winter Solstice, 12 Days
Arts For The Community: Beeswax Candle-making, Cookie Baking, Simple Folk Gift Making
Theatre: Christmas Play Oberufer, Dickens
Music: Seasonal Wind Ensembles and Orchestra
Physical Activity: Maintenance, Late-Planting, Garden clean-up
Cafe: Dutch Cocoa, Christmas Cookies Galore & Seasonal European Fair
Classic Book Clubs: Lagerlöf, Tudor, Christmas for Children
Celebrations & Festivals: Advent, St Nicolas, Immaculate Conception, Circle of Stars. Santa Lucia, Winter Solstice, Yule, Saturnalia,  Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve Dance

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 January
Great Mysteries
Garden Workshops: Tool Maintenance, Bee and Butterfly Checks, Garden Lecture Series
Indoor Workshops: Woodworking, Ceramics, Printmaking
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Norse to Gnostics: Zoroastrian. Mesopotamia, Egypt. Civilizations; expansion contraction.
Arts For The Community: Woodworking: birds houses, shields and swords
Theatre: Twilight of The Gods
Music: Tradition Drum, Pipe and Reeds
Physical Activity: Cross Country Skiing, Ice Skating, Sledding, Ice-fishing
Cafe: Chicken Chili, Homemade Staple and Sweet Breads, Potato Leek Soup with dill and dark green salads (aquaponics)
Classic Book Club: Esoteric Christianity and Pagan Mysteries, Dante, Mímir & Óðin, Edda, Gilgamesh, Bhagavad Gita, Kalevala, Hiawatha, Olaf Asteson, Saint Jadwiga, Divine Comedy, Sophia, Evola
Celebrations & Festivals: New Years Day, Myth’s and Legends, Weekly Wind Ensembles Performances, Mozart’s Masked Ball, Open House.

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  February
Renaissance – New Birth
Garden Workshops: Indoor Seedlings, Regular Maintenance, Animal Prep, Bee and Butterfly Checks, Garden Lecture Series
Indoor Workshops: Woodworking, Ceramics, Printmaking, Painting
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Late Renaissance
Arts For The Community: Spinning, Knitting, 2nd Wave Harvest Baking/Caning,
Theatre: Shakespeare
Music: Lute and Reeds
Physical Activity: End Winter Sports, Maple Tapping, Tree Trimming
Cafe: Pierogi, Chicken and Beef Soups, Eastern European Cookies
Classic Book Clubs: Goethe’s Faust
Celebrations & Festivals: Americana – Sadie Hawkins, Valentines, President’s Day
(Manx Baryshnikov our dance instructor offers several dance classes before each dance. His instructions include: waltz, foxtrot, tango, contra, carole, farandole, basic ballet and gesture though spacial dynamics).

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 March
Baroque & Classical
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic Prep, Small Animal Husbandry, Indoor Seedlings, Regular Maintenance, Bee and Butterfly Checks, Permaculture and Restoration Area Checks
Indoor Workshops: Woodworking, Ceramics, Printmaking
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Classical Philosophy 1700-1800
Arts For The Community: Sheep Shearing, Wool Carding
Theatre: Dumas, Wilde, Dickens, Kafka, Christie
Music: Vivaldi through Early Mozart
Physical Activity: Early Planting, Spring Cleaning, Repairing Gardens and Facility
Cafe: French Cuisine
Classic Book Club: Milton, Moore, Mill, Paine, Thoreau
Celebrations & Festivals: Dance March 1st see February 29th, Easter, Vernal Equinox

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April
The Land – Bound to the Earth (based on location)
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic Prep, Small Animal Husbandry, Planting, Bee and Butterfly Keeping
Indoor/Outdoor Workshops: Woodworking, Black-smithing, Ceramics, Printmaking, Painting
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Farming, Ranching, Beekeeping – Philosophy 1800 – 1840
Arts For The Community: Pioneer Days – Farming, Shoe-making, Book-binding, Rag-making
Theatre: Kings and Serfs, Benèt
Music: Late Mozart through the Romantics
Physical Activity: Planting, Farming, Animal Shelter Maintenance, Indoor Spring Cleaning, Bothmer Gymnastics
Cafe: Italian Swiss Cuisine, Peasant’s Lunch, Bug-candy
Classic Book Clubs: Settlers, Steinbeck, London, Hemingway
Celebrations & Festivals: Farming & Celebration and Blessing of the Animals, Chaucer’s Lion’s Bath (March 32nd).

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 May
Industry & Labor – Work With Purpose (based on location)
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic Plant, Small Animal Husbandry, Planting, Bee and Butterfly Keeping
Indoor/Outdoor Workshops: Woodworking, Black-smithing, Ceramics, Glass-blowing, Painting
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Labor, Work, Risk – Industry, Factory & Mining – Nietzsche
Arts For The Community: Black-smithing, Glass-blowing, Box Photography
Theatre: Wilde, Dorian Gray
Music: Civil War through 1920
Physical Activity: Spring Cleaning, House and Shelter Building, Bothmer Gymnastics
Cafe: Northern Europe and England (Fish Chips)
Classic Book Club: Mennonites, Lewis, Tolkien, Lewis, Fitzgerald, Orwell
Celebrations & Festivals: May Day Fair, Memorial Day Picnic

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 June
Modernity
Garden Workshops: Bio-dynamic, Small Animal Husbandry, Planting, Bee and Butterfly Keeping
Outdoor Workshops: Woodworking, Black-smithing, Ceramics, Glass-blowing, Painting
Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History: Modern Philosophy, Art, Music, Theatre, Dance
Arts For The Community: Bookbinding, Smyth Leather Tanning, Sinew, Hemp, and Silk Sewing, Complete All Past Projects, Spring Cleaning.
Theatre: Joyce, Ulysses – Shakespeare, Mid-Summer’s Night Dream – Shaw, Pygmalion
Music: Small Chamber & Traditional Drum and Reed
Physical Activity: Planting, Trimming, Land Restoration, Perma-Culture, Off Grid Living, Bothmer Gymnastics
Cafe: Russian Borscht, blue and red potatoes, black bread, dandelion sweet salad
Classic Book Clubs: Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, Proust, WWI, Russian Revolution
Celebrations & Festivals: Bloomsday & Dance  – 16 June, Saint Johns Tide, Summer Solstice, Open House

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et cetera
Throughout the year we celebrate our culture and heritage while living presently within our current environment. All the Traditional Arts for The Community are based on location and are mostly seasonal, as are the Gardens and Workshops. If not butterfly-keeping, perhaps worm-farming. Instead of beekeeping the hunting for wild mushrooms or fresh ginger, even the idea of growing particular flowers in order to create traditional healing salves and tincture to use in the community or sell to the public as a method of supporting on-going projects. Depending on the location we might be able to hunt for food and pelts. Western European Peoples, in particular the American Pioneers and Settlers, were very diverse, they adjusted the best they could to the climate conditions they were subjected to across the US territories. However, as a Cultural and Heritage Center we hold hard and fast to the timeline presented, You may notice this Calendar ends with the celebration of James Joyce’s Ulysses and St John’s Tide, in a sense coming full circle. Further and more in-depth details are soon to come. In the mean time, bon appétit!

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Gardening & Small Animal Husbandry
Depending on the size of the community, a couple of cows, chickens, goats, sheep, and horses are cared and looked after daily on site. During the dark months they are returned to the larger farm to be with friends and warm companions. Bee and butterflies are brought indoors and put to rest during the dark months. All restoration and perma-culture areas are left undisturbed during this time.
Aquaponics
– Possibilities to have fresh greens all year – housed in a glass geometric bio-dome.
Permaculture – Creating an area where native food grows naturally with little to no human intervention. other than tossing in a few seeds here and there this area requires little to no work, take food as needed and shared with the local critters.
Cultural Land Restoration – Restoring native plants to a particular area without the introduction of invasive species or foreign plants. This requires continuous work and maintenance to make sure no invasive species enter or propagate in this area. The glory of this area is having a keen eye and the understanding of local native plants to the region, one of the best biodiversity and educational tool at the center.
Off Grid Living – The goal is to get off the electrical and water grid. However, since this Is a large living and active community maintenance is given to an on-grid back-up system for the safety and health of the community and its visitors.

Why Raising Animals Are Important

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Lecture Hall – Philosophy & History
On going performances and lectures series regarding the philosophy and history of western civilization. Our goal is to invite speakers who have dedicated their life exploring western civilization from different points of view and on a variety of topics. We will do our best to have guests speaker coincide with the point of civilization we celebrate monthly. Subject areas we wish to cover: Ancient Greece, Rome, Northern Paganism, Early and Medieval Christianity, The Renaissance, The Reformation, Baroque and Classical Periods, American Settlers from the Colonists through Revolution, The French Revolution, Americana, The Age of Victoria, Russian Revolution, Modernity. Topical areas we wish to cover: Plastic Art, Dance, Film, Music, Theatre, History, Philosophy, Celebrations and Festivals, Skilled Trades, Crafted Trades, Gardening, Animal Husbandry, Bee-Keeping, Butterfly-keeping, Worm-farming, Tree-tapping, Permaculture, Aquaponics, Land-Restoration, Nutrition, Medical Arts. Alternative-Energies, Off-Grid-Living.

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Skilled Trade – Indoor Outdoor Workshops =
We have incorporated woodworking, black-smithing, glass-blowing, printmaking, bookbinding and ceramics as a base for our skilled arts. All of these disciplines have developed over more than two millennia. The goal is to use traditional methods in the practice of these skills. Most work will be completed without the use of electricity or modern chemical methods, this will allows the beauty and simplicity to express itself through western traditional methods. We also plan to incorporated these skills into the ongoing Arts For The Community sharing the love for our Pan-European and American Heritage with the broader public, educating people on the history and heritage of European and American arts and skills. These skilled craftsmen will also place their work on display and sell their wares to the members of the community and to the public with the hopes that they will acquire a clientele big enough to venture into their own shops engaging in the practice of trade and entrepreneurship.

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Crafted Skills – Arts For The Community
The Calendar lists the topics we will cover every month that will be open to the wider community. Hand crafts such as wool-spinning, basket-weaving, silk spinning, bee’s wax candle making, soaps, salts and tinctures. Class size will be limited so that participants needs and understanding of these skilled crafts are practiced well. Those conducting the classes will be practiced and highly skilled in their discipline and chosen art. Assistants in the community will be on hand to help in setting up materials and guiding our guests to enjoy their experience fully and in a meaningful manner with reverence. Community members who demonstrate a love for any of the crafted arts will be invited to sell their work in the book and crafts store. We hope to offer support to members in this way and appreciate the time and efforts they have dedicated to their chosen skill. We will also be open to other crafted talents within the border community that might interest our members, skills such as doll making and jewelry casting. We also hope that this, in part, helps to support our members and our desire for independence and self-sustainability.

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Theatre Arts
Plays will be coordinated with the monthly Calendar. We hope to acquire a solid répertoire of works that reflect a particular period in our heritage and history that offers the greatest meaning, capturing the cultural atmosphere and transporting the actors and audience back in time. Our goal is to invite experts in the area of the theatre arts for each period, thus remaining true to the simplicity and authenticity of the theatrical art form.

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Musical Arts
From a mother’s lullaby, to the Pan Flute and Lyre, to the Base Clarinet and Soprano Saxophone the evolution of western music has been one of the most beautiful innovations in the history of the world. We open our doors to the people who have dedicated their lives to understanding and playing the ancient instruments from Greece to the Renaissance and those dedicated musicians who enjoy the fundamental periods of the baroque, classical and romantic composers. We invite them to coordinate with our theatre arts productions, individual concerts, the cafe, and take full advantage of our facilities as a place to practice their art throughout the year. We hope to offer both indoor and outdoor concerts for the members and the broader community.

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Dancing Arts
Holiday Dances for Adults and Children:
Weekly Barn and Contra Dancing from St. John’s Tide through Thanksgiving. Picnic foods and stews will be served. (Excludes Festivals and Holiday Weekends).
Christmas & New Year’s Waltz, Late December. Full Formal Attire. Full Orchestra, Strauss, cakes, coffees, campaign.
Carnival of Venice, Masked Ball – Last Weekend in January. Baroque style costume and dress.
Valentine’s Dance, Mid-February, Adults – red, white, black, gold and silver attire,  live orchestra, MOR music. Caviar, cheese, potato dill  crackers, petite sausage, delectable deserts, coffee, fine wine.
President Sadi St. Patrick Dance, February 29th – March 1st. Irish Americana Dance. Dance History; lessons provided prior. Irish strew, corn-beef and cabbage, soda bread. Broken Conversations Competition.
May Pole Dance – May Day. Baker’s Club Goodies, Crepes, Artists’ Tents.
BloomsDay – June 16 – 24 – Strawberry Lilac Dance (1920, Lá Bloom garb), followed by the reading of Ulysses on the steps. Strawberry lemon punch and lilac and rose custards will be served.

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Movement and Physical Arts
The Calendar coordinates activities from family hiking, to working in the gardens and with the animals, to traditional local summer and winter sports.  Physical Activity in western cultures is very important, but its meaning is more than to simply be physically fit, the Greeks believed physical activity made a human being moral and kept his ethics in check, they also felt it should be challenging and enjoyable, and finally a way to center the will of the human being. We include Bothmer Gymnastic as part of a movement of spacial dynamics practiced by the Greeks, leading up to the our annual Greek Olympics. We will also have a special visitor who teaches Historical European Martial Art in Great Britain [HEMA]. In addition, we will also have an annual 24 hour bike race and frolic; a race with a twist. This event allows our members and the broader community to explore our area and participate in fun and a challenging activity as part of a coordinated frolic.

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Great Books Club
Members as well as folks in the broader community are invited to participate weekly in the reading and study of the greatest literature in the history of the world. When possible we will invite dedicated scholars and guests to give lectures on the works being read. Classic literature developed throughout western civilization will be featured and all titles considered as a weekly, monthly or yearly topic. From the translated works of Plato to Chaucer, to Dante, Tolstoy, Thoreau and Joyce will be just a few classic authors covered in the Great Books Club.

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Film Friday
From great opera performances, historical films about Western Civilization, to the History of the camera and the development of moving pictures will be presented weekly in the lecture or theater hall. These films will be preceded and followed by a brief history and short lecture by our resident film scholar. Film Club a.k.a. Film Friday occurs every Friday night or during a Saturday matinee coordinated with the availability of the lecture hall or theater. (see monthly calendar schedule for details). Popcorn, Hansen Sodas and bottled water will be available.

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Clubs
Below is a list of Clubs offered at our facilities. Each Club is coordinated and run by at least 2 volunteers for each Club. Planned organized outings, guest speakers, room-volunteer and all club websites must be approved by the board in advance and have this approval to use our facilities and logo. This is all for the safety of our parents, guests and in-house residents. A Contact Coordinator for each Club must check-in or meet with the Calendar Scheduler the first week of the current month to schedule the following month in order to secure time, space and rooms needed for each meeting. For Example: to secure the month of May you must meet or make contact with the Calendar Scheduler the first week of April. We ask that you be timely and follow through responsibly with this request. 

-Mothers and Toddler’s Club.
-Father and Son’s Club.
-Western Civilization Lecture Series
-Book Clubs.
-Baking Clubs.
-Quilting Club.
-Theatre Club
-Music Club
-Film Club.
For a fuller description visit  Peach Clubs

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Festivals and Celebrations
July: American and French Revolutions. Bike and Follies Race.
August: Farragusto, Assumption of the Virgin.
September: Medieval Harvest Dinner and Festival, Michaelmas, Autumnal Equinox
October: All’s Hallow and the Perilous Path.
November: All Saints and Souls Days, Martinmas, Thanksgiving
December: Advent, St. Nicholas, Santa Lucia, Winter Solstice, Christmas
January: Great Mysteries, The Myths and Legends, Wind Ensembles Performances, Open House
February: Americana: Valentines and President’s Dance, President’s Day, and Sadie Hawkin’s Day
March: St Patricks, Easter and The Vernal Equinox
April: Farming and The Celebration and Blessing of the Animals
May: May Day Fair and May Pole Dancing, Memorial Day Picnic
June: Ulysses, Saint John’s Tide, Summer Solstice, Open House

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Chapel
Time in the chapel is open to all practiced faiths and belief systems formed throughout the timeline of European pagan and western civilization. For scheduling of a religious celebration please make arrangements with the calendar office. The chapel doors are always unlocked. Please be respectful of the silence this space offers the community.

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Funding

Ideas on Funding: Outside the initial purchase of the facilities and our three year operation budget we would offer options for monthly funding as well. If you are a foundation or just a wealthy person who loves, say Rome, you could fund all of our expenses for the entire month of August where we celebrate Rome and The Family. The funding would cover honored speakers, and historians, the Roman Circus, the theater and the musicians, craftsmen, the library, any expenses for physical and community arts activities, and our complete facility operating budget. Your name or foundation would be featured and printed on all pamphlets, brochures, menus, programs and displayed on our website, and of course you would be our honored guest, the person responsible for filling us all with gratitude.

We would also aim to fund ourselves during the months of April and May when we celebrate farming and labor using proceeds we have collected throughout the year from the collections of our own efforts.

Legacy Fund, Memorials, Memberships and Tributes.

Our goals also includes building a K-12 school, a small clinic, housing for our senior members along with implementing a pension system for our workers and life long volunteers.

more to come on this topic….

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The PEACH Project –  Get an outlay of the land. Pick a position you will love to do. We, you and me, are going to make this real. The PEACH Fictitious-Reality Project is a program about life at the PEACH Community Center. This weekly show will cover what is happening at the facilities providing a summary of what’s in-store for the week and month ahead. The program will feature interviews with guests speakers, people working and volunteering at the Center. We hope to offer a broader picture of what makes the Center so important to the community and paint a picture of what life is like living in such a wonderful place.Topics Covered: the farm, workshops, all the arts, festivals, celebrations, dances, guest philosophers and speakers, what is currently featured in the gallery, the stores, cafe, updates on the social clubs, schools and housing. Come Join Us! Remember, if you build it…

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“We are what we repeatedly do, excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” R Buckminster Fuller
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We Are Living Culturally While Building The New Role Model – Join Us!
Check for updates often…

We Are Living Culturally While Building The New Role Model – Join Us!
Check for updates often…

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