Returning & Reskilling Series

Saturdays, December 10, January 7, January 28, February 11, February 25
10:00 am – 11:30 am

December 10: Create a wreath using natural materials

Specific session topics will be announced each month.

Intentional or not, we are always forming and evolving our relationship with the land. As our world moves increasingly toward technological advancement and convenience driven invention, historical knowledge connected to living with landscape and place is lost. Communities and individuals no longer carry the skills to explore and navigate the wilderness or work with the natural places where we live to meet our daily needs and creative inspirations. This series aims to return land-based living skills to our community and reskilling a new generation to live with the land.

The DeLano Homestead will serve as our home base this winter for the Returning and Reskilling series. When it’s cold outside come warm up with a cup of coffee, tea or hot cocoa and expand your folk skill set in good company.

Fee: $10/Member, $15/Non-Member
Registration Deadline: Required by 4 p.m. the day before the program
Audience: Adults and Children 9 and up with adult family member

Register for December 10: Wreath MakingRegister for January 7 Returning & ReskillingRegister for January 28 Returning & ReskillingRegister for February 11 Returning & ReskillingRegister for February 25 Returning & Reskilling
DeLano Homestead kitchen