Fairy magic is real. Let’s help support the fairy population by making them warm winter houses. We’ll use all the bits of nature we can find to craft a house, plus a collaborative project – a fairy garden somewhere on the property in Indian Hills.

Bring nature elements that your kids have found. Sticks, rocks, feathers, moss, sand, shells, pine cones, acorns, leaves – that’s the type of stuff you’ll need. We’ll also need glue or clay for shaping things and probably some heavy-duty clippers/scissors too. Little homes live well in garden pots or old drawers, something portable, with a bed of dirt or pebbles that won’t shift too much on the drive home.

Games + Activities Table
We will continue to share a table of games, puzzles and/or crafting materials. Bring whatever calming materials your kids enjoy + can share.

This week, please bring:
Nature parts for crafting, glue/hot glue gun and/or clay + a pot/drawer
/shoebox for transporting finished house
A blanket/chairs/hammocks for outdoors
Lunch + snacks for your people
Tea + coffee
A game, craft or puzzle to share

Upcoming:

October 8 Group Hike – Friday @ 1pm – Mt Falcon West)

October 13        Painting + Nature paint brushes / Earth art mobiles
Art paper, every kind of paint + brush; we’ll also make nature-based paint brushes with leaves, bark, or pine needles / the mobiles need string/twine

October 16MAMA Hike – Saturday @ 9am (Elk Meadow Stagecoach Trail)

Oct 20     Hand Sewing + Mending
Small, hand sewing projects with fabric; mending projects on loved clothing

Oct 27     National Potato Day! Shared potato dishes + potato stamps       
Organize potato dishes to share + bring potatoes to carve into stamps

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