Elderberry CEREMONY

CELEBRATING A NATIVE PLANT ALLY


Explore the ancient magic, stories, and lore that surround the elderberry. We will learn about elderberry and participate in a creative ceremony for this unique species. Elderberry is a native plant ally that is a treasured source of food, medicine, and tools for people in many parts of the world. This class is inspired by the worldwide tradition in which people gather to celebrate the heritage species that share our ecological community.  We will offer songs, conduct a meditation and create a collaborative ritual to celebrate the power and medicine of the elderberry.



DETAILS

Day
Saturday, September 2

Time 
2-4:30 PM

Location
Eco-Institute's Community Barn & Gazebo

Cost 
Sliding Scale - $20-40


ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Sarah Haggerty helps people get in touch with what really matters. In an increasingly fragmented world, we need to connect with the deeper aspects of life – more now than ever. Sarah has developed her approach over the past 20 years, and has supported thousands of people on the path of deep nature connection and personal growth. Through this work, she has helped remove the grief of disconnection, awaken attributes of leadership, nourish dreams and bring a sense of meaning back into daily life. She was the 2012 winner of the North Carolina Environmental Educators of the Year award. Sarah is the Program Director at the Eco-Institute and she is the Founder and Director of Natural Mystery School.