GARDEN HARVEST ARTS
Harvesting flowers, herbs, legumes and vegetables from the Musketaquid Garden in the nearby Cargill Cummunity Garden, we offer a series of classes that explore the wide diversity of art that comes from commonly grown garden plants.
Adult and Teen Workshops:
Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Tomatoes
Natural Garden Dyes
Adult Classes and Teen Classes:
Fabric Printing: Designs from the Garden
Hand-Made Story Bowls
Harvest Arts for Parent/Toddler
Art from the Garden
MUSKETAQUID WILD WALKS
Individuals and families of all ages! explore local conservation areas walking, observing, building, creating. Local naturalists/artists will be your guides. Click here for more information.
Almost Full Moon Campfire
Fall Ramble on the Amble
Beginning Orienteering/Treasure Hunt in Wright Woods
The Musketaquid Explorers Program begins this fall! Students will learn the skills and techniques of working with natural materials to make art both in the studio and in natural spaces. Click here for more information.
INTERPLAY WITH CC KING
Telling our stories in the Fields of Possibility. This Course will teach ways of telling and moving with our stories, as well as new ways of listening and responding to other people’s stories. Click here for more information.
STORY STUDIO WITH JEANNIE ABBOTT
Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:00 pm, dates to be announced. This informal group shares stories and makes art about this place where we live. We will be storytelling, writing, drawing, mapping and more!
VOICES FOR THE EARTH CHORUS
This informal, community chorus is looking for new members who can carry a tune – and new leadership! Performances include Winter and Summer Solstices, and Earth Day. Contact Nancy Lippe if interested.
FARM and GARDEN HARVEST FAIR
Stop by the Umbrella for an afternoon Kids’ Film Fest Saturday, September 7.
MUSKETAKIDS ADVISORY GROUP
Open to youth grades 7-12 interested in taking a leadership and artistic role at Emerson Umbrella. Advise on class offerings for youth, teach a class or workshop, and design some community art projects. First meeting Tuesday, September 17 at 3 pm, other dates to be determined by group. Contact Nancy Lippe for more information.
PUBLIC ART/MAKING ART TOGETHER
Join local artists for occasional impromptu community sculpture or painting projects in and around Concord. Work with Bill Turville on the Department of Public Works “Drop Off” Day to help sculpture emerge from recyclable/reusable materials. No experience or registration required. Saturday, October 19th.
CLIMATE SOLUTION SPEAKER SERIES
The Climate Solution Speaker Series kicks off with Craig Altermose of the Better Future Project Friday, October 25 at 7:30 pm. Location to be determined.
Gather around the fire, sing, dance and drum. Follow the light on the darkest night and join us around the solstice fire to celebrate the rebirth of the year and welcome the return of the sun! Saturday, December 21 at 6 pm.
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