Join us during our 3rd Saturday Garden and Compost Open House for the 4th FREE workshop in our summer series!
Often medicinal herbs are more effective when used as a source of nutrition, than they are when used as a “magic bullet cure.” Many common kitchen herbs have been used medicinally for centuries. The line between them is fuzzy, and depending on where you stand it's hard to see.
In this workshop we will discuss the medicinal properties of some of our most common kitchen herbs, and introduce some more, that maybe you didn't know you could cook with.
As always, we are excited to hear about your experience healing through food, whether you've picked it up recently or it's been passed down to you through the generations.
Enjoy a special herbal ice tea blend while participating in this workshop.
And after, you're welcome to join the community meal sponsored byBrooklyn Jubilee, which is served in the gym of the Church House from 12–1pm. The community meal is part of the Flatbush Reformed Church's emergency food program — Bread for the Journey.
Our Herbal Workshop Series is brought to you in partnership withSacred Vibes Apothecary, a Brooklyn-based community herbal apothecary owned by Master Herbalist, Karen Rose. Sacred Vibes guides and supports people in creating a lifestyle that reconnects them to their unique and authentic divine self. Their mission is to enlighten all to live transcendent lives through natural healing, beauty, and education. All workshops in this series will be facilitated by the apprentices of Sacred Vibes Apothecary.
Every 3rd Saturday from May through November we'll host our Garden and Compost Open House — A Day in the Garden — with fun new topics and workshops each month. More about the 3rd Saturday Open House series here.
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See you in the garden!!!