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OKI DO YOGA
Lisa Iselin is an environmental artist,
a teacher of Oki-do yoga and Zenthai
practioner. Lisa shares her creativity
and bodywork with a true heart and
a good laugh, which you’ll discover
in a session of stretching and
strengthening to warm up and rid the
body of aches and pains before they
SATand SUN Village Green 7:15AM
Let it be said, when you get out of
bed, you most likely have a ridiculous,
splendiferous, riotous, hilarious poem
in your head. Are we right? We suspect
so. Come and excise it amongst
friends with Woodfordia-Laureate
Shirley Friend over a hearty breakfast
at The Duck and Shovel.
SAT Duck and Shovel 8:00AM
Kids! Do funny or interesting rhymes
pop into your head? Does thinking
about life and the world around you
inspire you to write words on a page?
Here is your chance to share your
wonderful words at the Children’s
Poet’s breakfast. All kids are welcome
to the mic to share a tale, a joke, a
riddle or rhyme. It’s your time to shine!
SUN Duck and Shovel 8:00AM
Wholesome, delicious, sourdough
bread is usually something of good
quality bakehouses. But it doesn’t
need to be like that- Sourdough can
be made and enjoyed from your
home kitchen on a regular basis. Join
Elizabeth Fekonia from Permaculture
produce who will guide you through
a practical hands on workshop where
you will learn the steps from culture
cultivation to dough fermentation, to
baking your own loaf to perfection.
SAT and SUN Duck and Shovel
1:15PM $15 per person
COME AND BUILD A
The simple and ancient building
technique of Cob combines earthen
materials of sand, clay and straw.
Mixed together these ingredients
create a super durable, heat tolerant
material that can be used for building
dwellings, furniture and cooking.
Come and join cob enthusiasts Lisa
and Jason and get some hands-on
constructing experience to inspire you
into your own future cob projects.
SAT and SUN Meet at Duck and
KIDS AND NATURE:
HOW TO REALLY GET
“Knowledge without love will not stick.
But if love comes first, knowledge is
sure to follow. ” — John Burroughs
(American naturalist, 1837 – 1921)
Everyday life can be full of
opportunities to journey alongside
children and guide the development,
appreciation and respect for the
natural environment we live in.
Ecologists and parents, Ruth and
James from TalkingNature have a
passion for doing just that, and will
share it in this insightful session for
anyone playing a role in a child’s life.
SUN TalkingNature Stall 12NOON-
That it will
again is what
makes life so
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