Beaver(s) of the Month for May: CROWWYMMEN

Every year, the Crowwomen from Durango, Colorado come to Ardantane for their annual retreat. In addition to bonding with their sisters and enjoying the early spring on the Ardantane campus, they put in some time working on the campus. This year, they worked on the final installations for the HARRE…

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Beaver(s) of the Month for July: COMMON ROOM TASK FORCE

As those of you who followed the lengthy saga that was the construction of the HARRE POTTE know, we learned a lot from that experience. Our most useful lesson was on the importance of careful advance planning on any project, but especially one that would require raising money from the…

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BEAVERS OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH: TARA AND CHARLIE KIENE

            Charlie and Tara Kiene are dedicated Ardantane volunteers and students. They traveled from their home in Durango, Colorado several times to complete the drywall work on the HARRE POTTE. They have used the volunteer credits they’ve earned to take many Ardantane classes, and have…

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Beaver of the Month for February: Hannah Epstein

There are many ways to volunteer at Ardantane.  Hannah Epstein used her organization and administrative skills to set up the membership program for Ardantane. Her goals were to increase awareness of the membership program and gain more members for Ardantane. She wrote most of the materials you’ve gotten in the membership…

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Your End-of-the-Year Donation to Ardantane?

If you are looking for a tax-deductible charitable donation at the end of the tax year, or if you simply want to show your gratitude to the Goddess by a contribution to a worthy cause, please consider making a donation to Ardantane before January 31st. We are a non-profit 401c3…

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Welcome to Ardantane’s new website!

We built it for you; may you find much to enjoy here. Ardantane is unique and incredibly fine. Not just because our campus is gorgeous, set in the wild New Mexico Red Rocks country; but because it attracts quite extraordinary people: the teachers, students, volunteers, friends, and staff who make…

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