Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners to learn what native plants will look beautiful in your yard and be hardy enough to withstand drought conditions!
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners to learn about the importance of pollinators and steps you can take to help them thrive in your garden and landscape!
Embroidery 201 is perfect for those familiar with basic embroidery stitches but feeling that they would love to expand their stitch repertoire! Join Fabricate Atlanta to review basic embroidery techniques and stitches (such as the back stitch, daisy stitch, and stem stitch) and then learn 7 new-to-you stitches!
Love those woolly vintage embroideries you find at estate sales? Join Fabricate Atlanta in this two class series you’ll learn the skills needed to create your very own. We cover a series basic stitches, tips and tricks plus you’ll work up a sweet little sampler that’s yours to keep.
Join MASS Collective to cover the fundamentals of turning a rough piece of lumber into a perfectly square and usable piece with master wood worker Jay Wiggins.
Join Fabricate Atlanta to explore the art of Japanese embroidery. In this class, you’ll learn about the tools and techniques used in sashiko. The course fee includes a kit with everything you need to make a one-of-a-kind project.
Join Green Girl Basics to discover the secrets to making the perfect bath bomb!! Learn how to avoid common mistakes and create moisture rich, organic, and luxuriously effervescent Bath Bombs!
If you’ve ever been enthralled by the amazing terrarium images on Pinterest but have wound up feeling disappointed and betrayed after trying to build your own, this workshop is for you!
Preserving Now's Learning Kitchen Summer Preserving Series offers monthly classes teaching you to preserve something pickle-y and something fruity for a delicious, seasonal pantry year round. This August, we'll be canning sweet, savory and spicy Red Onion & Red Cherry Relish as well as a great summertime staple, Corn & Tomato Salsa.
Join Botanologos to learn about phytochemistry as it relates to herbal medicine. Using simple, easy to understand terminology, this seminar introduces you to polysaccharides, polyphenols, alkaloids, tannins, resins, volatile oils and many more.
This 6-hour class taught by Foxfire's resident weaver, Sharon Grist, will include instruction on different fibers and their characteristics and practical applications of carding, drafting, and spindle and wheel spinning.
You know its summer in Georgia when peaches hit the markets. Join us in the Teaching Kitchen at the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia to whip up the most extraordinary peach dinner and then we’ll feast.
It's fun, it's portable, it's adorable, it's time: you're about to learn embroidery. In this basic hand embroidery casual mini-class, you will learn four basic stitches and bring to life an anthropomorphic peach! All while sipping some Eventide beers - so it's pretty much a win-win!
Six mountain region chefs will compete in a "Chef Throwdown" cooking contest on July 9. Chefs will be challenged to use "mystery ingredients" to each create a dish that will be rated by an expert panel of judges. Three winners will go through to the Grand Finale on July 23 to compete for title of "Best Chef!"
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners for a hands-on workshop covering the in's and out's of container gardening to help you get growing whether you have an acre or just a balcony!
Foxfire Summer Heritage Days is a Heritage Skills event for children and/or families to have a hands-on experience with crafts such as blacksmithing, ropemaking, animal tracking, native plant identification and much more.
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners for succulent workshop to discover how to plant, pot up, and care for these unique and gorgeous plants!
We're so excited to welcome author and herbalist Jean Willoughby to Atlanta for the release of her new book Nature's Remedies: An Illustrated Guide to Healing Herbs! Join us for a beginner-friendly herbal workshop where we'll make lip balms and first aid salves using herbs and simple ingredients and learn about summer's abundant medicinal and edible herbs including chickweed, sorrel, elderberry, St. John's wort, plantain, and more. Plus, the first 50 registrants get a FREE copy of the book with their ticket!
Reserve your FREE spot at our bi-monthly food (and this month - crafts, too) swap! Barter is better (and tasty)!
Pollinator gardening is more than a trendy buzz phrase. It’s a vital component of sustainable environmental stewardship. Whether you’ve got a balcony garden or an entire acre, join the folks at Garden*Hood to learn how to attract and nourish the beneficial insects that play a key role in our neighborhood – and global – eco-systems.
Join Foxfire to learn the history and techniques around primitive fire techniques that were key to frontier survival in Appalachia and remain relevant skills today to wilderness survival.
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.
Sometimes described as the reservoir of the body, the Water Element sets the pace for physical growth, governs the function of the deep immune system and connects us to our past and future. We’ll look at many of the metaphysical aspects of this element, as well as the role tonic herbs and foods play in restoring reserves and slowing down the process of aging.
Maybe you just finished Knitting 101 and are looking for help starting your next project. Or maybe you are an experienced knitter but need an instructor to help you work through a difficult pattern. Join Fabricate Atlanta for a work study session and get the help you need.
Head up to the mountains to learn in the gorgeous Teaching Kitchen of the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. During this hands-on class, we’ll share stories of “eating from the land,” how generations before us valued the art of canning, and get in the kitchen to experience it ourselves! Students will take home recipes and a jar of each finished product, featuring locally grown produce.
Join local mixologist and entrepreneur, Carlton Chamblin, to learn the history and benefits of shrubs as well as their versatility in both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages.
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners to learn how to preserve the flavor and nutrition coming out of your organic garden! RSVP for this free workshop via MeetUp or by emailing coordinator Rosie Davidson.
Join our friends at Preserving Now to learn how to safely can vegetables, meats, stocks, soups, beans and more! Take the fear out of pressure canning while creating a bountiful and healthy pantry.
Have confidence in your ability to safely and accurately use a sharp knife. Join Preserving Now to learn how to identify and understand the uses of various types of knives. Learn the best safe knife handling practices in a kitchen and your correct hand position and stance.
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!