Looking for nature-based activities to share with your family? Come join us, in the forest, on the land, around a fire, through the seasons. We strive to provide meaningful opportunities in nature for caregiver-child relationships to deepen through shared work, play, skill development, music, food and laughter.
Parent/Child Weekends provide a child and a caregiver a unique opportunity to explore another dimension of their relationship, by spending a weekend together in a shared tiny house or tent at the farm. Working alongside other caregivers and children, you will help our education and farm staff tend to the natural world at the farm, while developing skills, building and planting, cooking/sharing food, telling jokes and singing songs. Discover together how you connect with people, places and experiences in nature.
|Ages:||One parent with one child 7+ years old|
|Cost:||$380 including meals for parent and child|
|2020 Dates:||Sept. 11th-13th, Oct. 2nd-4th|
|Time:||6:00pm Friday to 4:00pm on Sunday|
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information.
Spoon Carving Club
Spoon Carving Club invites youth of all experience levels in carving to come and enjoy an evening of carving spoons around an open fire. Practice basic carving techniques and the safe use of hand tools including saws, drawknives and hand drills. You will also have the opportunity to learn the basics of green woodworking, from taking down trees in a safe group setting to processing and making a spoon.
|Cost:||$20 drop in per session or
$85 with pre-registration
|2020 Dates:||5 Monday evenings once a month
(Feb 24, March 30, April 27, May 25, June 8)
|Time:||6:00 – 8:00 pm|