Noyes School of Rhythm

PORTLAND – In a leafy woodland setting by a lake, the Noyes School of Rhythm carries on a 95-year-old tradition. During their stay each summer, ladies discard their confining contemporary clothes, slip on diaphanous tunics and assume Greek names like Pegasus, Selene, and Persephone.

Noyes-School-of-Rhythm-15The experience is uplifting and for many a way of passage from childhood to adulthood returning each year to celebrate all life has to offer.

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