Adult Programs

Needle Felting Alpaca Ornaments

Thinking about gifts for the holidays? Consider making your own!
Each year after we shear our alpacas, we set some fiber aside for needle felting. Alpaca fiber is warmer and stronger than wool, and it's also free of lanolin, making it hypoallergenic. Sister Janet Weyker will lead you through the steps to make alpaca ornaments using only alpaca fiber and barbed needles. You will leave with ornaments to keep or give as a gift!
For participants ages 12 and up (children under 18 must attend with a participating adult).
Saturday, December 3rd 1:00-3:30pm
Cost: $20
Pre-registration required. Register here.

Happy Winter Solstice!

Join us Wednesday, December 21st from 6-7:30pm.
Discover the wonders of winter in Wisconsin with a guided luminary meditation and hike, learn about native Wisconsin winter birds, and have fun with our adult and family activities at our Solstice Celebration. Stop by our giftshop as well for your last minute holiday shopping!
Guided luminary hikes will begin at 6:15pm and 7:00pm on the front lawn of the farm house. We will have a candle light passing and winter intentions meditation at the beginning of our guided luminary hike followed by a walking portion along the trail for those who are interested and able.

Free event for adults and families with a suggested donation of $5 per person.

Wrapped Stone Pendants

Gift an experience - sign up for a class together!

Learn to make beautifully wrapped stone pendants using Japanese knotting techniques without any glue or fasteners. Local artist Marie Andreucci will lead you through the steps to make these meticulously wrapped pieces of art. You will leave with a wrapped stone pendant of your own to wear or to give as a unique gift this holiday season.

For participants ages 12 & up (children under 18 must attend with a participating adult).

Sunday, January 22nd 1:00-2:30pm
Cost: $40
Pre-registration required. Register here.

Important COVID Procedures and Safety Modifications for Programs

Eco-Justice will follow regulations set by the Racine Health Department and guidelines for programming outlined by the CDC. We are implementing these policies to protect the safety of all participants and staff. Our policies and our practices may change as new information and guidance about COVID-19 is available.