Sunday the 26th
Noon to 4 pm
Moon Acre Farm
Wendy Krupnick is returning to Moon Acre Farm Sunday, February the 26th, to do some more hands on pruning with us. This is a special treat!
Come join us for this generous invitation, by Wendy, for you to join us for this special, extended, hands-on learning and exploring opportunity.
Groove in the Grove…
To help us understand how our ancestors did it, my good friend, Kim Atkinson, will be supplying us all with some nice thick grooves to keep us limber and moving. Joining him are some fellow musicians including members of Samba Lumina and Carnival Spirit. Kim is another local treasure and trove of various lore and knowledge; He is especially steeped in the rhythms of Brazil, Africa, and Cuba. And if you’ve not yet heard him – you’re in for a veritable treat! (He’ll be teaching 2 classes here the following Monday the 27th)
And if you still can’t get your groove on….
We will, of course, have a new batch of Cider (which might show you a few dance steps of it’s own). Donations for the Cider are appreciated!
Bring: hand pruners, loppers, gloves, layers of clothing for various temperatures.
This is a Waste Free event
Bring plate, cup, and utensils
if joining the potluck.
Click here to learn about Kim’s drumming class here at Moon Acre Farm.
See Kim Atkinson’s web site for details about his other drumming classes as well as his play-and-learn series of rhythm CDs.
From last event: