Our family program this month is a wildflower forage and natural dye workshop with Julie Beeler, teacher with Oregon College of Arts and Crafts and Pacific Northwest College of Art.
We will gather on Saturday, August 12th to forage for natural dyes and dye our own silk scarves. We will spend the first half of the day hiking in the Trout Lake area looking and foraging for wildflowers. We will spend the second half of the day working in the art studio creating eco prints and dye baths with the foraged plants. Expect to explore beautiful places, learn about natural dye plants, experience different techniques for creating patterns, and dye your own scarf.
When: Saturday, August 12th. 10 am to 4 pm.
Where: Mt. Adams Ranger Station picnic tables to carpool to the foraging location, afternoon will be located at Julie Beeler’s studio
Who: Adults and children 13+
Suggested Donation: $40 for the day, all materials included. Please bring your own sack lunch, and we’ll provide beverages.
Registration: Register online or to save on ticketing fees, email Emily@cascademountainschool.org or call: 503-358-1949