We offer a variety of pop- up workshops, community event partnerships & curriculum to encourage creative exploration into the natural world. Eco-friendly holistic focused fun! From fairies to making a video while creating a garden, we are excited to provide ways for children to participate along side adult oriented gatherings.
Vancouver Island Homesteading Fair
June 3rd- 4th 10am-5pm at the Shawnigan Cobble Hill Farmers Institute
The intention of the fair is to foster the exchange of knowledge, skills and experience in supporting a secure, vibrant & sustainable
island community! With a bounty of presentations as well as exhibits and vendors. The Fair is a free event and welcomes all to
come, share & connect.
Woodland Adventures: Tuesdays April 26- May 31 , 2:45-4:45pm
An after school walk from Cumberland Community School into the Cumberland Community Forest. We will play games & learn to identify local plants & wildlife and ways to interact with our forest. Through exploration of bear & cougar safety, encouraging an attitude of land stewardship, appreciation & protection. This program is free for children grades 1-3 & is open to home learners as well. I am also open to parents accompanying younger children to explore with us. To register for this programs: Contact Sue at 250-336-8511 ext. 76616 or
Rainbow Love Family Gathering: March 20-27
I will be offering garden related offerings throughout the week in beautiful Sooke.
“Come join us & the Rainbow Love Family Tribe for 8 days of conscious community
vibin’, starting on the cusp of the Vernal Equinox. We are growing community through
ceremony,music, dance, food sharing, workshops, play, elemental spa, crystal healing,
sound seed sessions,Hunter-gathering and more!” For more info contact
Woodland Adventures: Tuesdays February & March , 2:45-4:45pm
An after school walk from Cumberland Community School into the Cumberland Community
Forest. We will play games & learn to identify local plants & wildlife and ways to interact with our forest. Through exploration of bear & cougar safety, encouraging an attitude of land stewardship, appreciation & protection. This program is free for children grades 1-3 & is open to home learners as well. I am also open to parents accompanying younger children to explore with us. To register for this programs: Contact Sue at 250-336-8511 ext. 76616 or
Turkey Tail Nature Spring Break Camp
April 6th- 10th 2015 * 9am-3pm Ages 6-10 * $30 per day, Greenhaven Farm in Merville & Seal Bay Park *Gardening * Wild crafting * Fairies & Beasts *Nature Scavenger hunts * Crafts * Creepy crawlies* Games * Forest & ocean exploration *Bird study * Music creation * Geo-caching & more! This outdoor education focused camp is presented by Nurture Your Nature & Heart Seeds For more information please contact us at
Harvest Trade & Open Mic
Come join in the spirit of abundance!
Saturday, March 28 at 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Lush Valley Food Action Society 1126F Piercy Ave, Courtenay
Local crafters and harvesters are welcome to an afternoon of trading goods!We all have our own unique gifts and honed talents to share with our community. Bring your teas, mushrooms, starts and seeds, knitted scarves, smoked salmon, carvings and whatever else you have to share. Do note that we would like you to register for this event and let us know what you will be bringing! This is also an OPEN MIC so please bring your instruments, poems and funny stories!
Let’s build our trading networks! For further information please contact our office at 250-331-0152 or
Tuesday’s February 17th- March 17th 4pm-6:30pm
Our after school program welcomes youth ages 10-14 to learn basic cooking and nutrition skills while preparing dinner for their family.For more information contact email@example.com
We are coordinating “The Kid’s Zone” at Earth Day April 26!
Transition Town Comox Valley and a plethora of organizations are collaborating to create the first Earth Week April 22-26! There will be a series of workshops and entertainment for all ages! The week long celebration will end with an Earth Festival at Lake Trail Middle School April 26, 10am-4pm. We are happy to say we will be coordinating the Kids Zone and are open for the communities ideas and involvement. We could use a few more volunteers to over see some of the prepared activities and share you love for the earth! For more information about the week of events check out http://transitiontowncv.org/earthday/ :O)
Be Mother Earth Spring Break Camp March 17th- 21th 9am-3pm
An interactive exploration of our natural environment through forest walks,
creative activities and games. Students will focus on specifics area of nature
and look for the message in the moment. For example: visit a creek and talk
about what it is like to be a creek and the role that it plays in relation to the
larger community of plants and animals. Then explore ways there could be an