Twenty years is a milestone in any organization’s history, and the public is invited to celebrate this special occasion with Cobblestone Springs Retreat Center from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22.
There will be free tours of the buildings and grounds, refreshments, and a continuous slide show of Cobblestone’s history, growth, and development. Cobblestone Springs is located at 4306 Lakemont-Himrod Road, Dundee. Just look for the beautiful cobblestone structure with the fountain out front.
The celebration continues with a special concert, Acoustic Harvest, at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27 at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Penn Yan. Tickets are a $10 donation and will be available at the door. Jacqueline Henry-Ross, Master classical guitarist, is traveling from Northern California to perform with author, poet, and professor, Paul Jacob, taking all on a seasonal journey through North America and the Finger Lakes Region.
Cobblestone Springs offers regular programs related to community, ecology, personal growth, spirituality, and the arts. Individuals or groups are also welcome to reserve the facilities for special events. Overnight accommodations and meals can be provided as well.
The Cobblestone home was built in the mid- 1840s and was owned and occupied by the Spence family for about 120 years. Some descendants are still in the area.
Cobblestone Springs personnel are excited to share this beautiful home on 16 mostly wooded acres with those who value the environment and desire a place for quiet prayer and reflection, regardless of religious affiliation. All are welcome to come, heal and reconnect with life’s basic simplicity, whether individually or in a group. Spirituality is the foundation upon which Cobblestone Retreat Center is built and their goal is to facilitate that for all.
So, visit Cobblestone Springs from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22. Enjoy great food, sit and chat and learn more about this little gem between Keuka and Seneca Lakes that you may not have known about until now. All Are Welcome!