Foraging + Wreath Making Workshop
Sunday, December 16th | 10am – 4pm
Seneca, MD (exact address provided at registration)
Your ticket includes:
- Morning workshop: wreath demonstration, foraging techniques and tips, opportunity to source materials for your own take-home wreath
- Locally sourced lunch prepared by our town chef
- Afternoon workshop: Making a professional quality, all-natural wreath to take with you (no plastics, chemicals, preservatives, synthetics)
- All materials, including organic, hand-dyed ribbon by Mary Kingsley and DC artist An Made
- Hot beverages, holiday treats, seasonal music and cozy, communal atmosphere!
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The holiday wreath is a symbol of the season that comes with as many origin stories, legends, and tales of its meaning as there are traditions that embrace it. One of our favorites is the wreath as a symbol for the wheel. In the days of our agrarian ancestors, the growing season of darkness and cold meant it was time to take the wheel off the wagon and pause from laboring in the fields.
Do you need a pause for you? Come for a festive day of foraging, fun and artisanal wreath making in the countryside!
In the morning, instructor Arrin Sutliff will guide us in gathering materials from the land, followed by a delicious farm-to-table lunch prepared by a local chef. In the afternoon, we will gather in the barn where each participant will construct a beautiful, handcrafted wreath to take home, with hands-on demonstration and guidance from Arrin