Christmas Bazaar: Saturday November 18th

On Saturday November 18th come see us at St. Paul’s Annual ‘Deck The Halls’ Christmas bazaar.  The bazaar will be held from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  There is a $2 admission fee to enter the bazaar.

Make sure to mark your calendars!  This will be your only chance to catch us and our bee smooth hand cream, maple syrup, basil garlic vinegar, and handmade crafts at a holiday bazaar this year.

We hope to see you there!

 

St. Paul School, 61 Moss Road Westerville, OH 4308.
Find out more information regarding the bazaar here.

 

 

 

 

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Featured in Columbus Dispatch

If the October 21st article in the Columbus Dispatch connected you with our organization, we would like to welcome you.  We are grateful that you have visited our site and hope that you will have the chance to visit us in person.

As a note our current visitation hours are Wednesdays through Fridays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  As there are some days that we are not open to the public we ask that you call to ensure we are indeed open before you visit.  Additionally, on our calendar page the days that we are open are noted.  From the calendar you are also able to register for programs including our monthly labyrinth walks.

Upon arriving at the ecology center we do ask that you stop inside the barn.  This is so that you can sign and so that we know that there are individuals out walking the land or our labyrinth.  A donation of $2 is suggested per person who comes to visit our center.

 

The article, which was written by Margaret Quamme, can be read here.

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Give Big During The Big Give

This year Shepherd’s Corner Ecology center is participating in The Columbus Foundation’s annual Big Give.  An initiative that’s encouraging Central Ohio to donate to one of the many not for profit organizations in the area.  This campaigns runs for 26 hours from 10:00 a.m. ET on Tuesday, October 10 through 12:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 11th

We hope that you will consider making a donation to Shepherd’s Corner to help continue educating and connecting individuals to the land.  Anything that you are able to give will go directly to us.  To make a donation to Shepherd’s Corner, during The Big Give, you can visit our Giving Store here.

When you $20 or more you will receive a special receipt with perks from generous Big Give partners which include: Donatos, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, Piada, Hot Chicken Takeover and more!

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25th Anniversary Art For Purchase

Thank you to everyone who came and made our 25th anniversary celebration wonderful.  Whether you came to reconnect with Shepherd’s Corner or it was your first visit to the land, we are grateful that you made Shepherd’s Corner a part of your day.

If you were unable to attend the event but wanted to be able to purchase Shepherd’s Corner inspired art, do not worry.  There are several pieces which were not purchased at the 25th anniversary celebration.

To purchase one of these pieces give us a call: (614) 866-4302 or email Miranda Land at scecologycenter@gmail.com.

As the remaining pieces are sold, the accompanying description will be updated.

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25th Anniversary Celebration

Come celebrate 25 years of caring for land, life, and spirit with us at the barn.  Visit the animals, walk the meditation trail & labyrinth, and share your memories of and hopes for Shepherd’s Corner.  Shepherd’s Corner inspired art will showcased as a fundraiser for the ecology center.

Saturday September 16th, from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

For more information and to view the art please visit: 25th Anniversary Celebration.  

 

 

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Farm Stands

As it stands we are unsure if there will be any more farm markets held this year.  Due to the conditions this spring and summer, production of our gardens has been impacted.  Our first priority with our gardens is donation of fresh, healthy produce to those in need.  In the event that there is a farm market scheduled our website and Facebook page will be updated to reflect this.

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Open to the public: New Hours

Beginning this Friday, September 1st, we are changing when we are open to the public.

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday we will be open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for visitors.  We do ask that you call, before your visit, to ensure that we are open.

Why not spend time on the land at Shepherd’s Corner where you can experience the magic.  Come walk our meditation trail and the outdoor labyrinth.  You can even bring a picnic if you would like. Picnic tables on the patio behind the barn.  We do ask that all visitors check in at the office prior to beginning their walk.

The suggested donation is $2 per person.
As a note, we will not be open to the public on September 16th as we will be preparing for our 25th Anniversary celebration.  We hope to see you out at the ecology center soon!

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Field Day Reminder

Join us on Saturday, August 19th, from 10 am to 3 pm.

For our 2nd Annual Field Day

10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Curious about Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center?  Come and check us out!  We invite you to come connect with Shepherd’s Corner and the community that surrounds our small corner of creation.  On Saturday, August 19th we are hosting our 2nd annual Field day.  You’ll be able to explore the gardens, walk the meditation trail & turf labyrinth.  One of the activities will be a hayride around our property.  Our garden produce will be available for purchase along with other items.

Admission for the event will be $5 per vehicle.  Baked goods and lemonade will be available for purchase.
As a reminder, we are unable to accept credit card payments.

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Farm Stand Update

Due to the harvest, there will not be a farm stand this week. The stand will be held on August 8th.

Stay tuned for a post regarding what will be offered for purchase.

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First Farm Stand

Tuesday July 25th from 3-6 pm will be our first Farm stand for the season.  Due to the weather this spring and summer, our first market will be small.  You can expect to see garlic & herbs, hot peppers, cherry & green tomatoes, and possibly some new potatoes.

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