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Open to the Public Daily, 8 am—Dusk
Admission: Adults: $10.00 Children: Free
Phone: 413-268-3677
188 Cape Street, Route 112,
Goshen MA 01032
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Contribute to the Dragon Labyrinth

Richard M. Richardson is building a three spiral dragon labyrinth in the sanctuary for the community to come and recharge. The funds raised will secure the completion of all three labyrinths. The sanctuary and labyrinth are a gift to New England. Please contribute and bring the dragon to life in 2020!

Take Root in the Future of Three Sisters Sanctuary

Our success depends on the generosity of our visitors, volunteers and donors to assist with the maintenance, development and preservation of the sanctuary. There are many ways to become involved and contribute.

Donate:

Your financial contributions go directly to supporting keeping the sanctuary open to the public. We receive no public funding and rely upon the generosity of the community.

Volunteer:

Volunteers of all backgrounds are welcome. We have a need for talents from many backgrounds. Please contact us to discuss your interests and how you can assist us with our current and ongoing projects.

Garden Volunteers: Spring, summer and fall we welcome volunteers to assist with all aspects of gardening including weeding and general clean up. 

Advisory Board: We are actively seeking members of our Advisory Board to guide the growth, development and preservation of Three Sisters Sanctuary. We need a diverse mix of backgrounds such as the arts, tourism, organizational development, finance and estate planning to name a few. Please contact us to discuss your interest and background.

Current Projects: We’re excited to have begun large scope community centered project building a labyrinth for the community. If you’re interested in joining our labyrinth team, contact us

Call for Artists:

Each year we are proud display unique arts and installations. We are always looking for artists to highlight and feature. If you are an artist or if you know of an artist, please submit ideas for seasonal installations and events.