A dream about a tornado, an airplane crash and a giant ball of flame are all the dreamers need to relive Cooperstown for a third year.
The Cooperstown dream was once a dream that had been kept secret for years, but now it’s finally being brought to life.
It’s a special day, the dreamer said as she stood at the top of a tower overlooking the city, in front of hundreds of others.
“We have been talking about this for years,” said Emily Hensley, who works as an organizer for Cooperstown Dreams, a nonprofit group that is helping to launch a new dream.
“And this is the dream we have been working toward.”
“It’s so much fun,” said Amy Hensleys, who said she is a lifelong dreamer.
Hensley and Hensler both have dreams of attending Cooperstown schools, but she’s hoping to attend the first Cooperstown-area school to open this year, and Honsley said it’s a dream she’ll be able to share with her daughter and grandchildren.
“It just feels so right,” Hensys said.
“I’m so excited.”
For Hensies, it was a dream about dreams, a dream to be in a place where people are happy and have fun.
Hinsley is part of a group of dreamers from Cooperstown, New York, who are planning to launch the dream last weekend.
The group will meet at the park on Tuesday, May 14 and talk about their dreams.
“I feel like we’ve been so lucky,” said Hensie Hensy, who is part-owner of Dream Dreams.
“It’s such a great place to come and have this conversation.
The weather is so beautiful, the air is so clean, the parks are so beautiful.”
Cooperstown Dreams is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 2009 and has been working to help bring dreams to life since its inception.
It began in the mid-1990s as a community-based effort to share dreams and inspire a sense of community through dream walks, outdoor activities and workshops.
The organization has expanded its mission to include organizing, hosting and supporting dream walks in all 50 states.
“In terms of how we use the dream to really inspire people to dream, that’s really what we’ve done with Cooperstown,” said co-founder and co-president of CooperstownDreams, Sarah Farkas.
The dream walk at Cooperstown Park is an opportunity for dreamers to come together and celebrate dreams with their loved ones.
The park is open to the public.