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Spinning in Nature - A Community Building Experience | June 2, 2024

Spinning in Nature - A Community Building Experience | June 2, 2024

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This is a casual format introduction to spinning. Please note this is an outdoor workshop, that involves easy to moderate hiking. Families (including children) are welcome to join the hike and observe, however we will have limited supplies so active participation will be reserved for registered participants. 

DATES/TIMES

Sunday, June 2, 2024; 10:30am - 1:30pm

COST

$45 (includes the use of drop spindle which may be purchased to keep at the event- please bring cash or venmo, and local wool roving)

LEVEL

Beginner - no spinning experience necessary. This is an outdoor experience that involves easy to moderate hiking.

MATERIALS 

Wooden drop spindle and local wool fiber (supplied or BYO)

- Participants should bring:

  • A sack lunch
  • Plenty of water
  • Good hiking shoes
  • A backpack
  • Blanket or chair for sitting

DETAILS

 Join us for an outdoor experience in connecting with the members of our community and learning how to spin yarn. We'll begin our day with a 30-45 minute easy to moderate hike at Helen Putnam Regional Park. We'll then nestle under the oak trees, where we'll learn the basics of spinning wool yarn on a drop spindle. As we practice, we'll open up for people to share what they're experiencing. Space will also be held for connecting through silence. 

This is not meant to be a therapy session, but rather a way to connect on a deeper level to others through fiber arts in a nature setting.

Students should bring a blanket or chair to sit on. There will be limited seating on park benches. 

Location of trailhead will be given after registration and one week prior to the workshop. We'll meet at the trailhead and all hike together. 

Ages: 18+
Skill Requirements: Come ready and open to learn - patience is key! Must be able to hike an easy to moderate, dirt trail for 30-45 minutes.
Taught by: Alisha Bright

 

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