We had a set-back in our July classes but the two classes we did have were a lot of fun for the participants. We held two soap classes and went over the basics of how to make Goat's Milk Soap. This super-fatted soap is luxurious and creamy. Everyone learned how to do it from scratch, using goats milk, coconut oil, olive oil, lavender essential oil and lye. Some of us added amendments like coffee grounds or calendula petals. Our second class added honey.

Finished Soaps - so pretty

I want to thank everyone who came to our classes. It was joy to have y'all out to the farm and we hope to see you back in the future! Maybe even for another class. ;) Here's what we've got coming up for August:

8/8/21 SOAP 102

Goat’s Milk Soap - Dyes & Amendments

Starts at noon and goes to 4pm

Bring a towel, apron, and a long-sleeved shirt, we’ll provide everything else. This class covers oils, dyes, amendments, and molds. We’ll teach you how to make the soap and add colorants and simple designs into your soap. We’ll be demonstrating two classic designs and discussing the basics of dying soaps and adding interest to your finished soaps. You’ll take home a loaf of your own soap. Adults only. Limit 5 students per class $40 per student

Our clothesline is pretty colorful!

8/15 TIE-DYE 101

Fireworks – Spiral - “A” - “V” Patterns

Starts at noon and goes to 4pm

Bring two 100% cotton t-shirts and we'll be demonstrating the classic designs and patterns and discussing the basics of dying fabrics with fiber reactive dyes. Dyes and reagents will be provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There are six openings left for this class. $20 per student, additional items for a small fee per garment.

8/22 Cooking Class 101


Starts at noon and goes to 4pm

You’ll need to bring your favorite large skillet or cassarole dish – cast iron would be perfect. Don’t have one? Let me know and we’ll get you covered.

We’ll provide the makings and the know-how to make a Beef Shepherd’s Pie w/Potatoes, Cheddar Cheese, Green Beans & Corn – from items you can easily find at the grocery store. We’ll teach you the technique for making a no fail pie crust, how to make a killer mashed potatoes, how to make a meat gravy AND how to put this all together to make a comfort food meal that will feed a family of four.

You’ll go home with dinner and confidence in your ability to recreate this meal in your own kitchen! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Limit 5 Students per class. $40.00 per student


We have a number of classes starting in September.

The 12th: CANNING - Pressure and Water Bath canning technique

The end of last year's canning class - look at all the goodies!

The 19th: BAKING - All things pie!

The 26th: Soap 103 - Fancy Soaps for Holiday Gifts

Making a honeycomb finish on soap

We'll be having the last of our yearly classes in October, TBA. I hope you'll join us at one of our classes. There is a lot of laughter and fun involved and you always go home with something nice and the knowledge of how to do it at home.

PLUS: a tour of the farm is always involved. Take a walk in our woods, Feed the goats and chase the chickens, pet the turkey and just be comfortable. Visits to the farm are always free, Come sit on the porch and chat anytime.

Got any goodies, Humans?

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