Kids Sing-a-long with Sam and Elisabeth of Hearth and Hymn

Join Sam & Elisabeth in a participatory concert/sing-a-long for kids of all ages!

  • Meet at the tent by the cabin.

Yoga classes offered by Stone Turtle Yoga

Sat and Sun morning: Rise and Shine Flow

Step onto the earth and into your body with conscious moving meditations and easeful breathwork.  Emphasizing yoga fundamentals, this gathering includes standing poses, seated poses, reclining poses, and breathing techniques. Embody your truth and move only to the degree it is comfortable for you.

Sat evening: Golden Hour Grounding

Reconnect with your body and breath with this slow and focused class. Explore longer held poses closer to the ground in order to stabilize and recenter your focus. Perfect for all level practitioners, this gathering will include moving meditations with yogic foundations, easeful breathwork, and gentle meditation.

Magic with Dwayne Gorman

Kids learn several magic tricks they can perform. It’s fun, builds confidence and presentation skills. Supplies are easy to find around the home or are supplied.

  • Earlier in the day on Saturday.

SUP and Kayak on the Pond with KAC

Come try a stand up paddle board (SUP) or sit-on-top kayak on the pond! Life jackets, paddling tips and supervision provided by the Keweenaw Advanture Company. Meet at the pond.

  • Would like 12 – 3 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday.

Nature Ninja Games with Lena

What can you do with a pile of bandanas and some friends? A lot! Come play some games that increase your ninja skills. Walk without making noise, sense someone’s presence, watch without being seen… these are the ways of the ninja!
All ages welcome. Meet at the playscape.

  • Saturday at 5 p.m.

Community Jam

Explore folk music with the basics of percussion, string, and wind instruments. This workshop offers a space for beginners, families, and small groups to come together with creative expression. All abilities and ages are welcome to jam!

  • Friday at 7:30 p.m.
  • Meet at the tent by the cabin.

Rabbit Island Spoon Carving

Rabbit Island Foundation Director Andrew Ranville shares information and opportunities about the various art, ecology, and conservation programs. Spoon carving demonstrations will be offered throughout the weekend. Join us and carve your own spoon!

  • Saturday at 10 a.m.
  • Meet at the Rabbit Island vendor tent.

Garden walk with John & Charm

  • Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
  • Meet at the garden.

Fermentation basics with Heather

Join Heather for a short demonstration using in-season produce. We will discuss fermentation basics, make a simple ferment, and have a completed ferment to try.

  • Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
  • Meet at the food tent.

Vermicomposting with Zack Osborne

Learn how to use and maintain your own red worm composting system with local food systems educator Zack Osborn. Everyone in attendance will receive a worm kit with red worms, and the information to know how to take care of them!

  • Saturday at 2 p.m.
  • Meet at the tent by the cabin

Grief Medicine with Christina Ryan-Stolz

Using somatic healing practices and breath work techniques we will tend to the collective experience of profound loss and bring deeper awareness to where the wounds of grief reside within the body through our felt sense. Holding space for each other with heart centered listening in circle, you’ll leave with tools to use and share every day for grounding, regulating & serving the nervous system through the healing process.

Christina Ryan-Stolz is a master bodyworker, somatic educator, breath work facilitator and folk herbalist with over 2 decades of service. After the death of her only child, she has devoted her life to learning skills to assist in carrying her loss & helping others learn to do the same.

  • Saturday
  • Meet at Meditation Space (by pond)
  • Please bring a towel, blanket or yoga mat.

Grief Education with Cynthia Drake

We grieve because we love and we do not have to be alone in our grief. Let’s gather in together to share and be witness to the grief in our hearts today. We will create a circle for our courageous conversation about grief. In this circle we will hold witness and also be witnessed if we choose to share grief from our heart with one another.

There will be an option to linger and paint a rock for your loved one or express your grief for any loss you feel.