Events schedule


Yoga for Every Body

Wednesday June 22, 6-7pm

Join Renee for a gentle & slow yoga class focused on alignment, connection to breath, and stress reduction. No experience required – all are welcome! Adjustments can be made for all physical levels. Spaces are limited and registration is required by emailing Classes are donation-based, and all proceeds go directly toward The Uplands’ mission.



Birding Walk w/ NYS Breeding Bird Atlas

Saturday June 25, 8:30am

On “Big Atlas Weekend” the regional coordinator for the NYS Breeding Bird Atlas will lead a free birding walk at The Uplands Center. The walk is best for those who are already experienced in birding, as the goal is to collect data on breeding birds. However, there will be some educational components such as how to use e-bird and how to record data. No registration required – email with questions.


Women’s Circle

Wednesday June 29th, 6pm

Gather up the amazing resource of spending intentional time with other women! You’ll walk away feeling restored by connection to each other within a safe community. We’ll gather, breathe, move, reflect and connect. This month’s theme is spiritual connection. Located at The Uplands Center cherry grove, or yoga room if there is rain. To register email It’s free!


Wild Plants Walk w/ The Outside Institute

Saturday July 9th, 10:30am

Laura Silverman from The Outside Institute is coming back to The Uplands Center for another outdoor exploration!

Meet local flora & fungi and celebrate their bounty, beauty, nutritive value, medicinal properties, and cultural history. Bring sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle, and comfortable walking shoes. Great for the whole family!

Limited spaces for this free event -MUST REGISTER by emailing

Shittake Mushroom Workshop and Woods Walk w/ NYFOA

Saturday Oct 22nd, 8:30am

This all day event will start at 8:30 am with registration and light refreshments. Participants will be divided into groups so all are able to go through the steps of inoculating logs and enjoying the woods walk, which will focus on foraging and wild mushroom identification presented by Tracey Testo of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties Agroforestry. Lunch will be included, or you may provide your own. Registration and fee TBD (any fees go directly to New York Forest Owners Association)


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