What's Going On At the Farm?

What’s Happening at Sticks and Stones Farm

POSTED: June 22nd, 2014


Sova and Dance Puppet Theatre presents

“Tales from the Wild”  a.k.a “Tales that only Look Tall”

Saturday    1pm

This is a special introduction ofJustin Perlman & Adelka Polak of Sova Dance & Puppet Theater to the Sticks and Stones community, since they are now living here, integrating their artwork into the farm.  They are very happy to be joining the community here, so let’s join in welcoming them!

“Tales that Only Look Tall” which is a collection of stories about bizarre and beautiful encounters with wild animals in rural CT.  Her stories combine original dance, eclectic music & sounds with handmade masks and puppets by local artist/sculptor Justin Perlman.  Cynthia & Rick of Crystal Cymbalogy will present live music & sound for this performance!


1-2pm “Tales from the Wild” performance includes puppets, dance, live music & storytelling

2-3pm “Meet the Kids” – we have 5 goats at the farm now, so we can pet them and go for a walk together.

3-4pm Puppet-making workshop (frogs & flies)

 Suggested Donations:

Performance $15 per person

or $50 per family (of 5)


Full Day includes the Performance & Workshop:

$30 per person or $100 per family of 5

*Reservations are strongly suggested, so we know that we can fit everyone in the stone barn.  Plus, we will know how many supplies we need for the hands on frog puppet workshop.  Please let us know how the number of adults and children included in your group.  There will be seating for children on the rug.  You can bring your slippers, too, if you like!


Adelka Polak
203-313-7285 (mobile)Sova Dance and Puppet Theater





Ukulele Club      6:30-8:30

By donation 


*** Uncle Zac will resume class again in the spring of 2015.  Please CONTACT Uncle Zac if you are interested to be on his email list and info on his classes




Sculptures made by Ethan range from hand held puzzles up to 18 feet sculptures. You can see this 18 foot installment at Seaside Park in Bridgeport, or take a walk on the farm and see some of his art placed around Sticks and Stones Farm.

 Contact Ethan if you have any questions about his art.


(203) 367 7146


Learn basic carpentry skills and build something creative for your home or garden.  Groups and one on one welcome.

Contact Dave for more info  davidhaze@me.com  203 770 4410



45 + Better*

Freedom in the body brings freedom in the mind.” – B.K.S Iyengar (1918- 2014)

Description: Perfect for those new to yoga, and those working with limitations and for those who want to delve deeper into their practice. These weekly ongoing classes will share B.K.S Iyengar’s approach that yoga can be beneficial for anyone, no matter their age, level of fitness, religion or flexibility. Poses may be individually modified so that each pose can be realized by the students. Bring a sweater for relaxation.

 Monday Evenings        6:30-8pm

Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher: Gwynneth Powell Sobejko

*all ages welcome to this slower, thoughtful approach

 *******Classes will resume again in the spring, Contact Gwynneth about any questions

Gwynneth earned internationally recognized certification in the Iyengar method in 2003. She has been a keen student, practioner and teacher since 1996. Gwynneth has good experience working with people of all abilities. Her teaching class history includes teens, seniors, 55+ Better, beginners, intermediate, yoga karunta, restorative, pranayama, inversions and assisting in special needs classes.


You are invited to email with any questions or concerns:

gsobejko@gmail.com or call 203 767 3414


Two ways to pay for Iyengar Yoga classes at Sticks and Stones Farm:

-$20 drop-in class

-$120 for the 8 week session.

Call or email ahead for make up classes if possible. No refunds.