Come explore Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet as farmers Chris and Isia introduce you to the wonderful world of wild foods!
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.
Join the Urban Conservation Training Institute for a free composting workshop that explores how to turn our food scraps and lawn clippings into a natural soil amendment that can be added to your own garden or used at a local farm.
Join the first annual bEARTHday Festival to celebrate the planet you call home!
If you’re new to gardening (or new to Atlanta’s unique climate) or looking to brush up on the basics of planting, this class at local nursery Garden*Hood is for you.
Join the North Fulton Master Gardeners for a great workshop on organic Spring vegetable gardening to help you get started growing your own!
Join Preserving Now for a four-hour, complete hands-on workshop to learn all the basics of home preservation using the most popular method: water-bath canning.
Join Jamie Rosenthal from the Shades of Green team to cover practical ways of managing water as a resource in the garden, including passive earthworks, contoured growing beds, and ways to help your soil become your cistern as you build water-holding capacity.
Join Decatur Glassblowing to create your very own glass bowl - pick your colors and design!
This ain't your grandmother's canning: join Lyn Deardorf from Preserving Now & The Learning Kitchen as you learn about the "lost art" of canning & preserving - with a boozy flair.
Earthskills Rendezvous is the longest continuously running primitive skills event in North America. Our event focus is daily top quality instruction in dozens of ancestral and heritage primitive skills such as matchless fire making, foraging for wild edible and medicinal plants, stone tool creation and use, hide-tanning, cordage, ancient weaponry weaving, basket making, and many more!
Join Serenbe Farms to inoculate your own Certified-Organic Shiitake Mushroom Log & take it home with you! Learn about growing your own mushrooms, scouting locations, harvesting and prepping your logs, caring for your logs.
Join Decatur Glassblowing to create your own egg-shaped glass paperweight to celebrate spring.
Whether it’s a dietary restriction or lifestyle choice, eating gluten free can be a challenge. In this class, you’ll learn tips and techniques for creating classic French cuisine like crepes, sweet galettes and quick breads. Armed with several great recipes, you’ll be ready to prepare treats so flavorful, no one will ever guess they’re gluten free.
Join Fabricate Atlanta to learn how to keep your sewing machine in tip-top shape for the best sewing experience and a reliable machine for years to come.
Kyan was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, where his family owns restaurants with a diverse Asian influence, from tradition Chinese to Thai fusion.During your time together, Kyan will help you identify the simple resources around you, and help you learn and develop the flavors to make 3 to 5 new dishes from beginning to finish.
Now you can pamper your skin with the most natural, nourishing, delightful ingredients - and learn how to make it all yourself! Join Marie-Lies of Rambling Creation to create a Spa Facial Trio including a clay-based mask, a moisturizing cream, and Queen of Hungary toner.
You’ll work hands-on making Callaloo with Seafood and Provisions, a West Indian favorite. Learn why its name means “Mix-up” and what special ingredients and spices make up this tasty stewed gumbo.
For generations, many of us have watched, or have vague memories of our mothers, grandmothers, and aunts “puttin’ up” for year round enjoyment. Canning is a MUST if you live in the south, and this longtime tradition is as strong as ever.
Join MASS Collective to learn the basics of leatherworking from Sarah Green of CORD shoes in order to produce a one of a kind leather bag.
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 identificaiton and much more.
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!
This spring break, Join Miss Ladybug for a yummy celebration adventure at Preserving Now's Learning Kitchen inside the Sweet Auburn Curb Market perfect for ages 6 to 12.
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!
The lovely folks at Timpson Creek are excited to share with y’all the projects they have going on in the valley! Come out for some light refreshments, a farm tour, and a little socializing just as they begin their growing season.
Once you have made a few batches of Cold Process soap, you are ready to step it up and learn the art of luxuriously moisture-rich milk soaps! Join Green Girl Basics for this intermediate to experienced soapmaking class where you will learn how to avoid the common pitfalls of milk soaps and master this art with confidence.
Join Chef Christy from the Preserving Now team as she demystifies the properties of various gluten-free grains and seeds, guides you through the identification of flours and their properties – and then how they can be combined to create the perfect blend for the desired product.
Join Lorna Mauney-Brodek to discover how many of the plants in your favorite park – or even your backyard – have medicinal properties or simply taste great! Learn to forage spring's bounty – plus your registration helps underserved Atlantans have access to herbal healthcare.
Join Decatur Glassblowing to craft a drinking vessel out of molten glass for yourself or a loved one.
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.