Seasonal Wreath Making - Sunday, December 8

The wreath, with its circular shape, is said to represent eternity, as it is without beginning or end, like the circle of life itself. The evergreens from which it is most often crafted symbolize growth and everlasting life. It's no wonder that we choose them, again and again, to hang on our doors, or anchor our laden tables at a time of year that calls us to remember tradition and the larger circles of seasons. The Santa Cruz mountains contain an abundance of materials from which to craft a beautiful seasonal wreath, from wild-crafted evergreen boughs, fern fronds, lichen, and branches, to the bounty of yards and gardens closer afield.
Join us from 11 am-2 pm, for a hands-on class on seasonal wreath making.
Materials will be provided, but feel free to bring fresh or dried flowers, berries, ribbon, or other adornments you may wish to attach to your wreath. 
Class Fee includes materials for base, wire, evergreen materials and a limited quantity of dried flowers, lichen, berries, et cetera for accent.
Bring gardening gloves and snips or pruners.
Water and light snacks will be provided. Please bring your own water bottle and lunch. 

Refunds cannot be given on classes without 72 hours notice.