We will begin our adventures with a relaxing hike through McConnell Springs. This isn't a difficult hike but let it be known it is not handicap accessible. You will learn about the history of the park and see the beautiful springs, flora and fauna. After our hike we will settle in the picnic area for a some crafting. I will walk you through making your very own dreamcatcher, that you can take home. I will provide all crafting materials and some light snacks. I recommend bringing a reusable water bottle with you. If you don't have one, they have water fountains on site. I ask that you do not bring plastic bottles. This is a environmentally friendly experience that instills Leave No Trace. If the time you want to go isn't on the calendar message me!
I have been a crafter for many years, experimenting with many materials and projects. I have taught in many different capacities within the art realm, everything from painting and dreamcatcher making to dancing. As far as hiking goes, I have been doing that my entire life. Hiking all over the country including California, Washington State, Tennessee, West Virginia and more. Our venue, McConnell Springs is basically a second home to me. It is a welcoming oasis that I love to share.
I will provide light (vegetarian) snacks. Please inform me of any dietary or health restrictions.
I will supply all items required to make a dreamcatcher (or craft of your choice).
We will be at McConnell Springs. Please note McConnell Springs does not co-host or sponsor this event. Parking is on site as well as a water fountain and restrooms.
10歳以上の方4名まで参加できます。 Guests should use their best judgement on sun protection and bug repellent.
Reusable water bottle
The experience will take about one hour. Depending on how fast we complete our hike and if we want extra time for crafting. I will do my best to accommodate you, let me know of any questions or concerns you have. No dogs allowed, sorry.
Crafting at a Beautiful Nature Park