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See what’s happening at Shepherd’s Corner! If you have any questions, please contact us at 614-866-4302 or scecologycenter@gmail.com. You can also check out our Calendar to learn about up and coming programs and events.


 

Virtual Holiday Bazaar

sheep along a fence, with an evergreen wreath. Text reads, Shepherd's Corner Ecology Center's Virtual Bazaar 2020.

Update on 11/25: Thank you to everyone who participated in our bazaar this year!!

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Holiday bazaars may be cancelled but, we have decided to host our own small bazaar online. Orders will be taken through a google form and we will contact you regarding order payment & pickup. Orders will be taken until the afternoon of 11/25.

Following this link will take you to our more traditional bazaar items. Including our maple syrup, basil garlic vinegar, and other familiar crafts for purchase.

Unique and more one of a kind items can be found here.

 

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Blacklick Creek: Shepherds Fest Encore

Welcome back for an encore video, part of our virtual Shepherds Fest! Join our friends from Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District and learn about the riparian area of Blacklick Creek. Check out this Shepherd’s Fest encore video about Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center and our connection to Blacklick Creek.

Featured are Kurt Keljo (Watershed Resource Specialist & current Shepherd’s Corner advisory council member) and Linda Pettit (Environmental Education Specialist & former Shepherd’s Corner advisory council member).

Each Fall Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center typically hosts Shepherds Fest, an annual Fall open house. Since we are unable to hold the event in person this year, we thought we would host the event “virtually”. We will be doing this via a series of videos on and about Shepherd’s Corner!

Support our mission through donation.

Visit FCSWD to learn more about their conservation efforts, educational programs, projects, offered grants, and more on their website.

 

 

 

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Shepherds Fest: Day Five

What fall festival would be complete without a hayride? Join us on an informative hay ride around our property.

If you have enjoyed our videos this week, considering donating to help support our mission!

 

 

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Shepherds Fest: Day Four

It’s day four of Shepherds Fest! Today we invite you to learn about our meditation trail and labyrinth. Join us for a  peaceful walk along portions of the meditation trail and labyrinth.

We hope you have been enjoying our Shepherds Fest videos this week. Consider donating to help support and continue our mission.  

 

 

 

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Shepherds Fest: Day Three

Welcome to day three of our virtual Shepherds Fest. Today we invite you to learn more about our gardens. Learn about how, at present, they help up positively impact our surrounding communities.
Please consider a donation your time or dollars to help us further Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center’s mission.

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Shepherds Fest: Day Two

Welcome to day two of our virtual Shepherds Fest! We continue our celebration of Shepherds Corner with an informative tour of the animals at Shepherd’s Corner.
Starring Maggie, our llama, and the sheep!  We hope you enjoy!

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Shepherds Fest 2020

Each Fall Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center typically hosts Shepherds Fest, an annual Fall open house. Since we are unable to hold the event in person this year, we thought we would host the event “virtually”. We will be doing this via a series of videos on and about Shepherd’s Corner!

Today is the kick off of our virtual Shepherds Fest week! We invite you to enjoy this introductory video about Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center.

Keep an eye on our Facebook and website because new videos will be released each day this week.

 

 

 

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Walk the meditation trail: October 16th

Shepherd’s Corner will be open, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, on October 16th to visitors. Come see the beautiful changing leaves and the numerous fall asters that are blooming in the woods!

Planning on coming to visit? Call us at  (614) 866-4302 or send an email and let us know.

Upon arrival, we ask that you check in by signing a waiver on the table in the barn’s foyer.
We kindly ask that you wear a mask when inside the barn or when near those who did not come with you. While you are walking the meditation trail or labyrinths we ask that you keep physically distant from those who are not with your group.

A donation of $2 per person is suggested.
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October Programs

Prayer & Movement: Parables
Workshop Series
Friday, October 30 10:00 – 11:30 am
Led by Donna Doone and Roseann Seryak
$5
This is the installment in an immersive experience. Join us as we continue discovering the language of the soul through shape and movement. Following up our first meeting with continued movement exploration and gospel parables. Picking up on the ideas presented in week one, there will be a quick refresher for folks who are new, we will continue to embellish those practices while adding new ones.

You can attend this program without having attended the September program. These programs will create a bridge between the soul and movement as prayerful expression.

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Walking Means Moving Forward: October Labyrinth Walk
Friday, October 30 7:00 – 8:30 pm
$5
Led by John Seryak
There is only one way to walk a labyrinth. One must walk moving forward; always forward. Our lives are moving forward as well. Forward in days, months, years, decades, knowledge, wisdom, and relationships… always moving forward. Our labyrinth is located on Wengert Road, at the second drive to the right.
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Please register by calling (614) 866-4302 or through our calendar, https://shepherdscorner.org/calendar.
Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center is an outreach of The Dominican Sisters of Peace.
Out of respect for each other’s health, we are wearing masks and practicing social distancing. We kindly ask that you are masked and mindful of distance when participating in our programs.
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Dominican Learning Center: Seeks Volunteers

Tutors are needed for adults seeking basic education skills, GED preparation, or English as a Second Language. The Dominican Learning Center will hold its next tutor training workshop on Saturday, September 19th. Due to the pandemic, this training will be held on Zoom from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm.

Volunteers need to be be at least 18 years of age. Volunteers also should hold a high school diploma. Materials needed for tutoring are free to tutors.

You can register for this training by calling 614-444-7330 ext. 1. Registration can also be made by email. Additionally, more information can be found by visiting this link.

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