Welcome to a very special community

Imagine… two hours north of New York City in the beautiful Hudson River valley, over 500 acre farm community with forests, fields, organic gardens, 10 houses, a barn with pigs and cows, a dairy, a weavery, a bakery, a pottery studio, a recreation hall, and a meeting hall.
Welcoming… young adults with developmental disabilities, as residential or day students, who are on the threshold of the important transition to adulthood.
Guided by… men and women who have chosen to live in a community dedicated to helping young people with special needs and to building a life which recognizes and values the worth and contributions of all its members. Long-term coworkers serve as houseparents and frequently assume responsibility for one of the work areas. Short-term volunteers share fully in the life of the community and provide support in the households and work areas.
Sharing… a rich home life with houseparents, their children, short-term volunteers, and young adults living together and participating in daily work on the land or in one of the studios, a stimulating curriculum of afternoon classes, varied evening gatherings and weekend outings, and joyful seasonal celebrations. Young men and women discover their unique potential and graduate ready to embark on the next stage of their life’s journey with confidence.
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John Hall to perform at Triform Camphill Community’s 15th Annual Benefit Concert Friday, June 16, 2017 at 7:00pm Triform Camphill Community’s annual benefit concert is on Friday, June 16, 2017 at 7:00pm at the Triform Phoenix Center located at 20 Triform Road, Hudson, NY. The program features the music of John Hall of Orleans.  John will be joined by Laurel Massé of The Manhattan Transfer as well as Triform’s students with special needs who form the Triform Bell Choir. Proceeds from this event generate much needed funds to help the community with various initiatives. All proceeds this year will be in support of and to strengthen programs for students with special needs at Triform. Best known as the founder of the band Orleans, with hits including “Still The One,” and “Dance With Me,” John co-wrote Janis Joplin’s “Half Moon,” Steve Wariner's #1 country hit "You Can Dream of Me," and also “Power,” which became the theme of the NO NUKES concerts in the 1970s. John has collaborated in the studio or on the stage with Little Feat, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash, Chet Atkins, Carly Simon… The program will be followed by a strawberry shortcake social. An assortment of Triform Marketplace items including products from the weavery, bakery and pottery studio will also be on display and available for purchase. Contact Marcia Cary at Triform 518-851-9320 x 13 if you are interested in sponsorship and advertising opportunities.  Tickets for this fundraiser are $75.00/person and can be purchased by calling Marcia.  You may also purchase tickets here.