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Events

Container Gardening with Herbs

April 27th, 2024

9:30AM - 10:30AM 

In this workshop, we will explain which herb varieties are best suited for container gardening. Bring the aromas and pollinators closer to home, as well as the convenience of culinary herbs. A 9" container, soil, and plants will be provided (feel free to bring your own if you would prefer). Everyone will make their own container garden to enjoy all season long. Cost per person is $30. 

 

World Labyrinth Day

May 4th, 2024

10:00AM

On this day the hosts, participants, and labyrinths all over the world are connected as we walk with peaceful hearts for planetary healing and peace. Our labyrinth is located just behind our shop. There is no fee for this event, but please use the form below to register just so that we know you'll be joining us!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lavender - a healing summertime herb

June 22nd, 2024

9:30AM - 11AM

 

In this class held by Alicia Frosini, the owner of Sugar Loaf Mountain Herbs, you will learn the many benefits of lavender. Its soothing and balancing nature is well-known, but Alicia will discuss some of the many lesser known attributes. She will also provide tips on growing the aromatic plant in your own garden or pots. 

As a treat, enjoy some lavender lemonade and take home a soothing sleep sachet. Cost per person is $30.

Making Your Own Bouquet

August 2024 (TBD)

Crafting Your Own Skincare

(Using herbs & tea)... Date TBD

 

Wintertime Immune Support

November 16th, 2024

9:30AM - 11:00AM

The use of syrups, tonics, elixirs, oxymels, and broths have been used by family herbalists for thousands of years for immune support. Join us for a discussion on these methods of making medicine. We will also prepare a Fire Cider for tasting. Cost per person is $30. 

Please register in advance for workshops and events. You can email Alicia at sugarloafmtnherbs@gmail.com or call (845)469-6460 unless otherwise noted. Thank you!

World Labyrinth Day Registration

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