This series is full. If you would like to join a wait list, please contact Jennifer at 336.574.2898 ext 317 or email@example.com
Finding balance in our high-speed world can be challenging for everyone – even kids. This class series focuses on slowing down and finding the joy in making useful, everyday items from bread to candles. Each week, we'll explore a new Homesteading topic and kids will "make and take" a project to enjoy at home. This nature-inspired program is designed to be a fun learning experience for all skill levels. Please note, this is a drop-off program.
January 11 – Bees Learn about beekeeping and how local apiaries are a backyard solution to protecting our pollinators. We’ll make beeswax lip balm and beeswax candles, and taste several local honeys made in our community!
January 18 – Paper Handmade paper is fun to make and uses otherwise unwanted paper scraps to make something useful and beautiful. We’ll use herbs and flowers from the garden to create interesting textures in our final product.
January 25 – Chickens Chickens are a wonderful part of our garden community! We’ll visit the flock to learn more about chicken keeping, and make a farm fresh egg frittata in the kitchen.
February 1 – Bread The staple of every meal used to be bread… and it was delicious! Homemade bread teaches patience, chemistry, technique, and culture. We’ll make our own homemade butter, too. Yum!
February 8 - Self Care With winter underway, we’ll make sure we have some home remedies on hand to soothe sore throats and fend off colds. We’ll make lemon honey lozenges using an old fashioned candy making technique and brew elderberries for immune-boosting syrup.
February 15 – Herbs Today we’ll explore the uses and benefits of fresh and dried herbs. We will make a rosemary quick bread, lavender sachets for peaceful sleep, and an herbal night time tea to enjoy before bed.
Dates: Thursdays from January 11 – February 15, 2017
Series Price (6 classes): Members $72, Non-members $90
Drop-in Price: $17
Class fee includes admission to the Greensboro Children’s Museum for the participant and one adult on the day of the class.
Drop-Off: Yes. If you would like to stay nearby, the class instructor can guide you to a comfortable and convenient area in the Museum.
Instructors: Jennifer, Chef Educator and Hailey, Garden Educator
Questions? Contact us at 336.574.2898 ext 317 or firstname.lastname@example.org