All Upcoming Workshops
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Join Explore Wildwood for this wonderful and free community event hosted by the Cobb County Public Library System! We'll be at Stratton Library for this program where tweens and teens will learn how to select materials from our earth to make environmentally-friendly art supplies.
Join us on Saturday, October 21st, 2017 for a Fall Gathering and Pumpkin Carving benefitting Timpson Creek Farm and The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. We will gather in the beautiful valley of Timpson Creek Farm and enjoy the changing leaves and serene, Autumn weather. Local pork will be roasted over a pit and served with sides prepared using produce from the farm. Around an open fire, we will share ghost stories and sip on seasonal refreshments and/or freshly pressed Apple Cider from a local Georgia Orchard.
For Explore Wildwood's Fall 2017 session, they've planned something extra special, something spectacular, something unique and unforgettable!In this series of classes, we'll explain what an artist is, how an art gallery and museum work, and what the process of planning a body of work and exhibiting in an art show is like. Students will be introduced to various artists, and will work on finding their style, brainstorming ideas, and working on a "long term" art piece that they will work on throughout the session. This session of classes will ALSO include an off-site field trip, AND a little art show, complete with opening night reception for our students!
Join Foxfire for a Celebration of Southern Appalachian Culture. Head up to the North Georgia mountains for a full day of interpretive demonstrations of weaving, blacksmithing, basketry, open hearth cooking, broom making, bark berry baskets, corn shuck dolls, early engines, and much more!
Join Explore Wildwood for their two-morning Spring Earth Art classes! In this two-morning workshop, parent and child will attend class together to learn all about making your own earth paints.
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!
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.
“Buttons” are Fabricate Atlanta's twice monthly small group kids sewing lessons designed specifically for beginners. The Buttons meet every other week to expand your child’s sewing skills; you’ll be amazed at the projects they create!
The Homestead Atlanta is honored to be included in this year's 4th Annual RayDay celebration at Serenbe. The event seeks to bring people together, encourage conversations and connections, and continue to spread the word about sustainability.
Seeds are amazing source of energy for birds and people! As it becomes colder let’s think about our feathered friends and make them yummy treats. We will create bird feeders to take home and after we will make delicious energy balls with roasted sunflowers seeds and local honey to eat.
As we sip on homemade ice tea, we will learn about easy to grow herbs, how to dry them, and make yummy teas to share with our friends and families. Each participant will take home 3 reusable tea bags full of goodness and the knowledge to make more tea at home.
In this workshop series, we’ll be rediscovering skills of our great grandparents to help us live a healthier lifestyle as part of a self-reliant community. We’ll also explore ways in which sustainability innovations play into a modern homestead.