Botanical Drawing Workshop with Elizabeth Orenstein

Thursday, February 13th

5:30 pm- 7 pm

Suggested Donation- $15-$20

Come learn all about the exciting and beautiful world of botanical art. Create your own masterpiece to bring home, or make something to give to someone you love.

Snacks Provided

Chainsaw workshops at April hill

Level I– April 4th, May 2nd

Level II (level I required)- September 26th, November 14th

8:30 am – 4 pm             Ages 18+

General Public: $200

Farmers: $150

Ages 18-24: $100

Scholarships Available and Discounts for Multiple Classes

Led by Certified Arborist, Melissa LeVangie Ingersoll, these workshops will help any newcomer learn safe and effective ways of using the chainsaw.

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Coming Soon…

 

Furniture Making Workshop with Nathaniel Bossi- Date and Time TBD

 

past workshops:

Jammin’ With georgia: Holiday preserves workshop

Thursday, december 5th- 5-7 pm

 

 

Georgia Barberi owns First Flower Farm in Great Barrington where she grows and sells produce, flowers, crafts and homemade jams at multiple local markets. Georgia will be showing participants how to make a delicious orange marmalade, along with some other recipes. The art of jams, or preserves, dates back to the Greeks and allows people to take seasonal fruit and make it last through the winter months.
This is one of many upcoming workshops that will be offered to the public at April Hill!
Suggested donation- $15-$20 per person (limit $40 per family)
Snacks will be provided.

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Fermentation workshop with mark phillips

thursday, december 12th- 5:30-7 pm

 

Led by expert Mark Phillips, this workshop will provide an in-depth overview and demonstration of the process for safe, simple, and effective fermentation of vegetables, a timeless strategy for preserving and enhancing the taste of seasonal produce.
This is one of many upcoming workshops that will be offered to the public at April Hill!
Suggested donation- $15-$20 per person (limit $40 per family)
Snacks will be provided
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN: CUTTING BOARD, KNIVES AND PLATE Everything else is provided
We are trying to keep this a low-waste event so bring your own plate for snacking!

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