2020 Heritage Workshop Series
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Native American Style Flute Workshop
Learn how to make your own Native American style flute with instructor Thomas Gustin. Students will create their own personal style of Native American flute to take home. Students will use their own body measurements to design their playing instrument. At the end of construction, student will learn how to write and play their own personal song. Fee for Workshop is $120 per person. All supplies are included except for an x-acto knife. Please Bring your own #11 and #17 X-acto Knife. Registration in advance is required. Please call 262-552-8196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Saturday, April 11th ***CANCELED***
Creating a Garden Trellis
with Hawthorn Hollow’s Kyle Woller and Allison Garren
Trellising has been a longstanding garden tradition for both function and beauty. From the living corn stalk trellises used in a Three Sisters Garden with squash and pole beans, to the cold metal tomato cages used in many of today’s gardens, the trellis is an essential garden structure for healthy plants that also brings aesthetic beauty to your landscape. Let your creative side run wild with willow branches and jute twine to design and construct your own custom garden trellis to incorporate into your garden at home. Trellis making materials and tools are provided as part of the registration fee for each participant to design and build their own garden trellis. To Register, please contact email@example.com or call at (262) 552-8196.
Supplies Provided: Trellis making materials and tools are provided as part of the registration fee for each participant to design and build their own garden trellis. Trellis designs may vary by participant so enough trellis making material is provided for at least one large trellis or a number of small trellises depending on your preference.
Instructor Bio – Kyle Woller is Hawthorn Hollow’s Grounds Technician. Tending the grounds has inspired him to get creative with the materials he removes from the landscape. He has experimented with just about every tree or shrub part imaginable to create arbors, trellises, fences, and even reindeer for decorating a variety of garden landscapes.
Beekeeping for Beeginers: Part 1
Learn the Beekeeping basics with Hawthorn Hollow Beekeepers Tim Fulton and TJ Leveque. You will learn about the life of the honeybees, tour our honey house and have a chance to get hands on in the beehives. Registration required. Limit 10 people. To register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (262) 552-8196
Protective vail provided. Please wear a light colors, pants, long sleeve shirt, and bring leather gloves.
Beekeeping for Beeginers: Part 2
with TJ Leveque (Click to Register)
Get sticky with Hawthorn Hollow Beekeepers TJ Levenque.. You will be able to harvest, process, bottle and take home your own honey. Registration Required. Limit 7 people.
Date: Cancelled due to Covid-19.
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Basic Broom Making: Hearth Brooms
with “Little” John Holzwart
Discover the art of making handmade brooms! “Little” John Holzwart will teach you how to make a real broom for decorative or functional use. Students will learn to make one round or one flat hearth broom (your choice). Handles of various woods have been gathered and cured for you to use, and all materials are provided. Discussion about decorative options will be included.
Supplies Provided: Broom supplies provided, plan to bring a sharp knife and scissors!
Date: November 21st