At the Parish House
As part of our community outreach, we share the use of our facilities with the following non-profit groups that benefit our community.
Now in its thirtieth season, the Ars Antiqua Concert Series is devoted to performances of 17th & 18th-century music on historical instruments. These critically acclaimed performances are enhanced by guest speakers and illustrated program books that help place the music within the context of baroque art and social history. The intimate English Gothic-style Church of St. Mary the Virgin provides a rare opportunity to hear period instruments at a very close vantage in an exquisite architectural setting. The audience is invited to meet the artists at a reception after each concert and enjoy food that has been designed to complement the musical style of each program. For more information, please go to .
Steffi Nossen School of Dance
Founded as a modern dance school in 1937 by dance legend Steffi Nossen, the Steffi Nossen School of Dance (SNSD) offers the highest quality, developmentally-appropriate dance instruction and performance opportunities for all ages and abilities. From pre-schoolers through pre-professionals, students have the opportunity to learn a range of dance forms including modern, ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, yoga and composition, workshops and short courses in world dance forms. The diverse and cross-cultural menu of offerings reflects our philosophy that dance is universal and a unique form of education that develops the body, mind, spirit and character. For more information and a schedule, please check their website at .