Though it’s highly unlikely that we’ll get the chance to weave in snow again, we’ll still have just as much fun in 2019 practicing (or learning new!) techniques for weaving pathway fences at our gardens using willows grown on site!
Obviously, dress for working outdoors with good footwear for rough terrain. Tools provided
Free Programs with limited space, so if you take a ticket, please show up!
Trillium North Park, Malkin & Thornton, Strathcona
Wednesday 1 May 2019, 6-8pm — REGISTER
Fence-weaving for Homeschool Families
Means of Production Garden, Friday 31 May, 1-3pm — REGISTER
(A ticket for each child, 8+yrs)
This session is an adaptation of our community fence weaving workshops, focused on teaching or further developing core weaving principles of under/over and twining while defining new pathways and fences in the mid-level area of Means of Production under the willow arches. This program will be particularly enjoyed by participants from the Seasonal Lessons from the Land program, but is open to all homeschool families, children aged 8+. Instructor: Sharon Kallis
Please note, tickets are for children, we expect parents to be with a child, max of 2 children per adult for children 10 and under. MOP is uneven terrain, closed toe shoes only please, note no washrooms on site. Rain or shine! Dress for the weather, if the forecast is very dire a notice of reschedule will be sent out 24 hours beforehand
This free program is offered with support from the Vancouver Park Board Neighbourhood Matching Fund