Events at Erin's Meadow Herb Farm!
Beekeeper's Field Day - Free Event, Saturday April 16th 10:00 - 4:00
Presented by the Anderson County Beekeepers Association
Pre registration required.
Anderson County Beekeepers Association presents A FREE Beginning Beekeeping Seminar. Learn where to get equipment and honeybees. Presentations include: Hive & Frame Assembly Basics, Installing Medications, Bee Friendly Plants, Good Beekeeping Practices, Bee Yard Safety (and a visit to the bee yard). Bring your own lunch - drinks provided. Registration: Contact Pail Leiby firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Programs at Erin's Meadow Herb Farm
Erin's Meadow Herb Farm Instructors
Kathy E. Burke Mihalczo
Owner of Erin's Meadow Herb Farm
Kathy is a community herbalist who started Erin's Meadow Herb Farm in 1995. Kathy teaches a variety of herbal education classes on growing herbs, using herbs in the kitchen, herbal and natural skin care, herbal teas, and herbal medicine making. Her classes are informative and fun!
Creator at Dexter's Designs
Katherine grew up crafting, sewing and gardening with her mother and grandmother. Her craft business Dexter's Designs creates unique gifts that can be personalized for any occasion or person, no matter their age or gender. Katherine's cat Dexter was the inspiration for her company name. He is her one eyed wonder, assisting in most creations, or he at least supervises! Dexter's Designs continually seeks new and exciting crafting ideas to learn, create, and share.
Crow Caller writes about his life and journey---“In 1990 I began a journey of remembrance. Having come from a background of traditional Christian teachings, the study of world religions, and deep involvement with A Course in Miracles, I was led by Spirit to become active in the study and practice of Native American teachings and Shamanism. On this journey I expanded my studies to include Hawaiian and Celtic Shamanism. When researching my family history, I discovered a Native Cherokee Indian ancestry in my mother’s lineage that led me to a deeper appreciation and dedication to walking the Good Red Road. My Shamanic training comes from the teachings of Michael Harner and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies as well as Huna (Hawaiian) Shamanism taught by Serge Kahili King. The Shamanic procedures I incorporate into my practice include Soul Retrievals, Shamanic Extraction, and Shamanic Counseling. I also facilitate hands-on workshops on these techniques.
In 1992 I met Joseph Rael, Beautiful Painted Arrow (a Southern Ute), and Native American Elder Picuris Pueblo, and began yet another journey. Beautiful Painted Arrow gave his Teachings and Blessings for me to facilitate Sweat Lodges and to lead Dances based on his visions. Over the years I have been involved with the leadership and facilitation of Long Dances, Drum Dances, and Moon/Sun Dances in the United States and Australia. I also guide individual and group Vision Quests and teach explorations of the Medicine Wheel, modalities which provide experiential opportunities for life changes.
For the past ten years I have been actively involved in the ManKind Project USA, an international men’s network of interdependent centers. We are an order of men called to reclaim the sacred masculine for our time, through initiation, training, and action in the world
With Honor & Respect – Charles Patterson – Crow Caller
River Fern Bryant
Owner of River Song Massage and Herbs
River Fern Bryant has been holding space for cacao ceremonies for a few years and recently had the opportunity to be in Guatemala with the Cacao Shaman, Keith Wilson. Through her study of Plant Spirit Medicine, Native American Spirituality, Compassionate Communication, and Circling, River has developed a sweet, safe way to hold space for deep heart opening and healing through Cacao Ceremony.
Terri Geiser is a culinary enthusiast, caterer and cooking instructor
who appears regularly on WBIR - TV. Terri has been teaching cooking classes in Knoxville for over 20 years. She is currently the manager of the Culinary Institute Community Cooking Classes at the University of Tennessee, including the wine dinner program and the food and wine tasting events. She also serves as a wine judge for the Southern Region Wine Competition.
Thanks For Your Visit!
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