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Eden Village Farm School: Buy all 4 Dates!
Tue, May 9, 2017, 11:30 AM – Tue, May 30, 2017, 3:30 PM EDT
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Located at Eden Village Camp's 248 acres, just an hour north of New York City, the Farm & Forest Homeschool Program empowers students to cultivate genuine lifelong connections to their food and to nature through innovative gardening, cooking, art, music, and wilderness experiences, all incorporating the natural rhythms of the Jewish calendar and holiday cycles.
Eden Village Camp is offering you groundbreaking, farm to table and wilderness homeschool in a supportive Jewish environment. Look for more detailed information about the spring curriculum on our website.
This program runs every Tuesday from May 9-May30.
There us a $10 train pick-up fee for all families travelling by the Metro North Railroad. Take the Hudson Line and get off at the Cold Spring Station. The train from Grand Central Station leaves at 9:40a. Pick-up time will be at 11:05am.
To help our educators prepare there is a $5 courtesy walk in fee. You are higly encouraged to register beforehand. If you fail to register beforehand or have any questions please email email@example.com
3 Year Olds:
All children 3 or under can come for free! Add this free ticket to your order so we know how many other children to expect! NOTE: If you bring a sibling 3 years of age that would like to participate, please sign them up to pay full price. Please expect to accompany any children 3 years or younger for the duration of the program.
Discount for More Than 1 Child:
Discount Code for registration: If you are bringing more than one child who is participating, please enter 'children' in the promotional code box. (Please enter just the word all lower case without the ' ').
Lunch is bring your own picnic! 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. Tea and water will be available.
- Full water bottle
- Long sleeve/long pants to have for hiking
- Closed toe and closed heel shoes
- Parent-if 3 years or younger
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 learn about trees and practice our navigation and safety skills, while learning to build primitive shelters, track animals, and identify wild edibles. Art projects include printmaking, plant sketching, making costumes and paper mache shofars, and tons more!
If you have any questions about our homeschool program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org