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Farm and Forest Homeschool Spring 2013: Session 3, May 21

Eden Village Camp

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 11:45 AM to 3:15 PM (EDT)

Farm and Forest Homeschool Spring 2013: Session 3, May...

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Pick-up/Drop-off from Train Ended $10.00 $1.24
Child 1 (May 21) Ended $40.00 $1.99
Child 2 (May 21) Ended $35.00 $1.87
Child 3 (May 21) Ended $30.00 $1.74

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Event Details

Eden Village Camp and Jewish Farm School come together to offer you groundbreaking, full season, farm to table and wilderness homeschool in a supportive Jewish environment. This spring we focus on "Discovering the Farm and Forest with Your Five Senses," where we will be connecting Judaism with the world through sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste. 

Session 3 will focus on Havdallah and the world of smell. 

Helpful Tips:

Lunch is bring your own picnic, but we will provide light snacks for you and your children. Additionally, seasonal produce and eggs are available for purchase as available.

If your children do not wish to participate in the class happenings they are free to roam the farm and field areas. We also will be providing a Cozy Corner in the dinning hall for adult lounging, breast feeding, and child napping. Coffee, tea and water will be available.

Packing List:

  • Full water bottle
  • Hat 
  • Long sleeve/long pants to have for hiking 
  • Closed toe and closed heel shoes 
  • Lunch 
  • Parent-if 3 years or younger 
  • Smile!

About Farm & Forest Homeschool

Whether planting trees, baking bread in an earth oven, sharing Jewish tales and midrashim around the fire, or packing Tzedakah boxes of homegrown produce for donation to a local food bank, students put ancient agricultural traditions into practice while participating in a vibrant earth based community.

We learn about soil, seeds, compost, insects, herbs, and orchards, in our fields, our kitchen, and in our tradition, and through hands on growing and cooking projects. Our goats, bees, and chickens provide for our needs while teaching us about animal care and ethics. In the woods, we practice our navigation and safety skills, while learning to build primitive shelters, track animals, identify wild edibles, and make fire through friction. Art projects include printmaking, plant sketching, making costumes and paper mache shofars, and tons more!

Have questions about Farm and Forest Homeschool Spring 2013: Session 3, May 21? Contact Eden Village Camp

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