Upcoming Programs at Shepherd’s Corner

Due to the pandemic, program platform, date, or location may change. Out of respect for each other’s health, we are wearing masks and practicing social distancing. We ask that you join us in this healthy practice when participating in on site programs.

Gardening 101: Focus on tomatoes (originally April 24th)
Friday, June 5th 7:00 – 8:30 pm: Will be held on Zoom.
Suggested Donation: $5

Registration closes 1 business day prior to this program.

Are you relatively new at gardening? Would you like to learn a bit more that might help you in your home garden? We will focus on care and maintenance of tomatoes, from transplanting methods, to trellising and harvesting. This workshop will include an overview of the basic needs of plants for at home gardening, including when to plant which crops, watering needs at different stages of development, and an overview of different common crop health problems and solutions.

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Join us on Zoom!

Join us Friday June 5th for Gardening 101: Online Event!

Gardening 101: Focus on tomatoes
Friday, June 5th 7:00 – 8:30 pm: Will be held on Zoom.
Suggested Donation: $5Zoom link: https://DominicanSistersofPeace.zoom.us/j/98922516714

Meeting ID: (needed if calling in or joining via web browser without download) 989 2251 6714

If you do not want to or can’t download Zoom as it may prompt you here is how to launch Zoom from a web browser:  https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362593-Launching-Zoom-from-a-web-browser

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About the facilitator:
Facilitated by Lainie Rini, Shepherd’s Corner’s Gardener/Farm Manager. Lainie is returning for their 2nd season at Shepherd’s Corner as the farm manager, and their 4th season farming. They’ve managed a small scale urban garden in Columbus for the past seven years with other community members, where all the food is exchanged for free. She learned how to farm on a large scale at an apprenticeship in Pescadero, CA. In addition to farming, they work with a coalition committed to ending state-sanctioned violence against communities.

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Dance as Prayer: Rescheduled for August 26th, to be held at same time.

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Eco Printing on Watercolor Paper
Saturday, May 30th 1:30 – 3:30 pm
$15 program fee

*program is at capacity: contact to be added to wait-list*

Using leaves, water, vinegar, and rusty nails, learn how to transfer the images of leaves directly onto watercolor paper. First we will arrange leaves between a sandwich of watercolor paper, and then we will steam the sandwich in the roaster for about one hour. The finished project will be a colorful, detailed print of the leaves.

*It is out of respect for each other’s health, that we are wearing masks and practicing social distancing. We ask that you join us in these healthy practices when participating in on site our programming.*

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Solstice Eve: June Labyrinth Walk
10 PARTICIPANT MAXIMUM- Registration required for walk. Please contact to be added to wait list.

Saturday, June 20th 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Suggested Donation: $5

Celebrate the longest day of the year, Summer Solstice, with the community. Gather strength in the Labyrinth before the days start to shorten in the cycle of unending flow.

*Out of respect for each other’s health, we are wearing masks and practicing social distancing. We ask that you join us in this healthy practice when participating in our programs.*

Our labyrinth is located on Wengert Road, at the second drive to the right. Please wear comfortable shoes. No previous meditation experience or experience walking labyrinths is required.

About the facilitator:
Facilitated by Joy Lawrence. Joy is a LMT & a yoga instructor.

 

Please register by calling (614) 866-4302 or through our website calendar. Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center is an outreach of The Dominican Sisters of Peace.

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