When you imagine your children as adults, what do you imagine? One of my strongest desires for my children, who are now 6 and 8, is that they develop a deep appreciation for nature, simplicity, warmth, and connection … connection not only with others, but also with nature. One of the best ways to demonstrate to our children what we value is to align those values with our actions. Do you value these things and hope your children will someday, too? Then check out Foxhollow’s newest offering for families with young children: a parent/tot class designed to bring you and your children closer to nature, and to learn from, inspire, and connect with others.
The teacher for our classes, Marybeth Legler, is a Waldorf-trained early childhood teacher and nutritionist who has been working with children and parents for 20 wonderful years. Marybeth believes imaginative play, time in nature, and nurturing foods, storytelling and simplicity are essential pieces of a healthy childhood. She loves to create space for children to simply play and be children, and enjoys sharing observations and ideas to support healthy growth and development with parents.
How do you envision your Saturdays this winter? Come spend your Saturday morning with your family at Foxhollow! Our Woodland Wee Folk Playdate Series will take place every other Saturday (with an extra week off for Spring Break) 9am-11am beginning January 27.
* January 27 * February 10 * February 24 * March 10 * March 24 * April 14 *
9am – 11am
For children from birth to age 7
Cost: $185 per family for 6 classes
*Space is limited*
Visit foxhollow.com/events/woodland for more information & to register
See you on the Farm!