Atlanta is full of experts and artisans: check out all of the great things you can learn right here in our City in the Forest.
Join Lorna Mauney-Brodek, for a four-weekend-long exploration of Herbal Medicine. This 50-hour series will be a combination of lecture and experiential learning as we develop our understanding of how botanical medicine can play a transformative role when we incorporate them into our everyday life.
Share the health with your neighbors at this month's health fair; free and open to the public, gate opens at 11! This Health Fair combines free health services, health education, and networking opportunities. Join us as we build community through herbalism!
Create a fall pumpkin you can enjoy year-round at Decatur Glassblowing where you’ll learn more about the history and craft of glassblowing. From safety and technique to the science of glass, you’ll get a quick understanding before jumping in and getting hands-on.
Take home your own prepared dough to bake-off as a full loaf, plus a finished warm baguette you made in class, and a jar of homemade butter.
Edible gardens, bees, chickens – see it all functioning in action with this interactive tour and workshop. Learn to make use every inch of your yard for beauty, food and relaxation during a personal tour of the abundant garden of Anne-Marie Anderson, The Celtic Gardener.
Join Fabricate Atlanta for a 4-part class designed specifically for entry level/beginner level sewers. We jump right in, reviewing how to thread your machine, wind a bobbin and use the stitch selector. Then we make some useful projects: a napkin with mitered corners, reversible tote bag, a versatile roll-up bag and a zippered pillowcase!
Knitting is such a wonderful hobby. In just a few evenings you can create wearable projects that last a lifetime. In this short series with Fabricate Atlanta, we’ll work from start to finish, talking about yarns, weights and their different uses, which needles to use when and then stitch up a project together.
Sewing 102 is geared towards the returning sewer or advanced beginner. This is the perfect class for a sewer that wants to learn the fundamentals of taking ideas (dog beds, zipper pouches, mother/daughter aprons, you get the idea ) and making them a reality.
In this beginning weaving class with Fabricate Atlanta, we learn how to create a woven wall hanging from start to finish. Students wind a warp onto a tapestry loom, weave using both yarn and roving, and complete a finished wall hanging. The loom is provided, and the course fee includes all materials. These wall hangings are great to give as a gift, or keep for yourself!
Join the Freedom Institute for the most inclusive self-sustainability pass offered in the Eastern United States. You'll get a complete working knowledge of multiple homesteading skills - all over the course of four weekends in October. But hurry - this series will only happen one time this year and there are only a few seats.