July 7 – Water through the journey of a whale
July 14 – Land through the language of trees
July 21 – Air on the wings of the eagle
July 28 – Interconnected relationship to all things through a surprising guest
From 10:30 – 11:30 am
Site will follow via email with your registration confirmation.
For families with children 6 years and older. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: $10 for each adult. Children are free.
Gather under the trees with Heather as she invites you to learn about a special treasure in the new exhibition at the Hornby Island Natural History Centre. Dive deeper and discover more about whales, trees, eagles and a surprise guest through story, nature itself, games, song, and art. Hornby Island invites you to bring your learning into the forests, waters, warm sunny air and connect with kin.
Wild strawberries, forests, and rivers share their teachings freely and they have guided Heather Royal-Brant (Haud enosaunee/Celtic) (she/her) to learn about the natural world through experience, always with the wonder and curiosity of a child, through the observant eye as an artist, and with the respect of a healer who understands that everything is medicine and all of creation is family, our kin.
Pre-registration is essential as space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured above: Blue camas by Paula Courteau.