Stewardship Opportunities This Week!

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And come back Saturday March 26th for more planting, weeding and weaving!~ 10am-2pm

 with egg dying at break time…

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March Stewardship Days!

Lots has been going on at Trillium over the winter with our school group on site almost weekly, Tuesday morning stewardship time and our wee pre-schoolers a regular presence on site too… And now we have a few dates to share for time anyone can come help out in the planted areas and learn about  what is going on!family stewardship day

Then:

Saturday March 26th 10am-2pm

Join us for another stewardship opportunity. We will continue on with plantings and weeding sessions and   Easter Weekend bonus… bring a few  eggs, we will have supplies for dye baths and hard boiling- to take home or enjoy at the end of our day!

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Open House November 8th!

poster nov 8With the shipping containers turned into a  screen room and tea house, and covered areas for demonstrations of our local hand-made revolution and a drop in eco-printing workshop using plants from the park- where else would you possibly spend the afternoon? Rain or Shine, hope you can join us!

Sunday November 8th from 12.30-2.30

A proud part of the Heart Of the City Festival!

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August holidays- but Maker Nights back for September!

August brings an end to the spring and summer maker series for holiday time, but no fear! Joy and Karen will be hosting Maker Nights in September on Mondays  starting after Labour Day weekend.

September 14, 21 and 28 6-8.30pm

Remember- it gets chilly!  bring a sweater or jacket, outdoor lighting will assist us and indoor container space might be called upon should weather not be cooperative for outdoor picnic table work any longer.

Bring a project you have on the go- or help out with flax processing or other community projects. After the 28th, Maker Nights will resume next spring.

You never know what can happen at a  maker social night…our last maker session for July found us helping Tracy Williams with a very special task: blending mountain goat fibre with eagle down, cattail fluff, and other traditional wild fibres and then spinning to assist in her ongoing research into ancestral Squamish methods of clothing production. What a treat!

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Sunday Garden Work Party

July 12, 9-11am

Keeping it early in the day before the heat gets too intense; come assist in  an early summer harvest of various weaving fibres and help with general weeding. Bring a sun hat!

Learn the  basics  about how to identify what is  harvest-ready and good weaving fodder. For harvest: some cattails, yarrow for dye, various weaving grasses. We will “put up” our bounty for late summer and fall weaving projects. If the heat drives us out of the beds we can end our session in the shade of the shipping container breaking  flax and prepping linen for spinning. This is our last official work party for the summer.IMG_1751

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Social Maker Nights continue into July

We have had a great turn out for our June Tuesday nights- carvers  working on our cedar bench have made great progress, and much weaving and spinning has been taking place.

Thanks to the folks who have helped harvest flowers for dye, process linen, and even remove flower caps and seed sort our marigolds!

This Tuesday is our last night with the carvers from Uncle Hoonki’s fabulous horn shop working with us, then we switch to Monday nights for the month of July, 6-9pm- do join in for more fibre-based work, gathering, processing and weaving!

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June 14th event!

Please join us to celebrate the season and all the hard work  that has been happening on site!jun 14 poster

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