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Up Coming Classes & Workshops
UPCOMING HERBAL CLASSES!
HOLIDAY MEDICINE MAKING
Pretty Things Craft Fair and MS Society Fundraiser.
The cold weather is here! Time to heat up the tea kettle and go digging for roots!
Check out complimentary recipes and my blog
HERBAL GIFT-MAKING CLASS NOV. 26TH
Are you interested in learning more about herbs and how to make your own products?
Sign up for my Herbal Gift-Making Class at the Horticulture Centre Of The Pacific
Instructor: Lily Fawn
DIY Holiday Gift Making
Herbal Product Making - Medicine Making For The Winter Season!
Just in time for the Holidays this herbal workshop is designed seasonally, sharing with you just how easy it is to make herbal products. Treat your friends and family this Christmas with homemade gifts, all natural, healthy and made with love. In this workshop we will make delicious Winter Immune boosting Herbal Vinegar, aromatic holiday room spray, herbal ointment and a holiday spice tea blend and. Lily will share herbal tips and tricks and where to source ingredients, how best to use winter herbs, the benefits of medicinal herbs used, practical demonstrations and hands-on participation in making your own products. You will get to take home your creations! Holiday Spice Tea and Treats complimentary during class time.
HCP Members $60
To register, call 250-479-6162
Or contact Lily@earthsherbal.com
The Pretty Things Craft Fair Event is BACK again for 2016
Two Days of Holiday Shopping Dec. 3rd & 4th
Come enjoy Food, Music, Fabulous designer Vendors, Crafts, Vintage and more. Holiday Shopping made easy.
1004 North Park St. - Fernwood (In the MS Building)
10:00am - 4:00pm Saturday & Sunday
Join us in raising funds for the MS Society of Canada, South and Central Vancouver Island Chapter. Gently suggested $2 donation at the door.
Over 40 Fantastic Designer Vendors
Food Trucks and BBQ
…...AND SO SO SO MUCH MORE!!
WILD HARVEST - ROSE PEDALS
My favourite wild harvest this year were the wild roses I collected while on horse back in the backwoods of Jesmond.