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Woodstock's Sarah Fimm Launches Collaborative Camp 

Last Updated: 08/29/2022 1:27 pm

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This spring, Woodstock-area singer-songwriter Sarah Fimm will launch Powered by Dreaming, “an innovative collaborative arts, science, and music camp with an emphasis on living to learn and learning to live.”

Set to take place May 28-31 at Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, the all-ages seminar will feature respected, progressive figures from the arts and sciences in over 50 workshops designed to cultivate an environment of experiential growth. Mentors confirmed to appear include musicians and sound engineers David Baron and Pete Caigan, philosopher, author, and martial arts master Arthur Rosenfeld, musician and educator Mac Ritchey, vegan chef and musician Jeffrey Avinash Barnes, scientist and butterfly expert (!) Tasman Rosenfeld, and many more.

Attendance costs for the immersive, camper-friendly, four-day event ranges from $450 to $950. More information is available by calling (845) 254-5117 or visiting www.poweredbydreaming.com.

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