Tag Archives: Workshops

illuminating hearts: Heart Fire + the Secret of Sound

“Certain forms of music, like beautiful fragrances, awaken associations in us that are primordial, eternal, and ultimate. These timeless associations call us to the core of our spiritual being.” – Wayne Teasdale Ryan Muff and Lily Livingston of illuminating hearts are returning to Lodestar Gardens and Learning Center for a powerful weekend, July 7-9, of soul exploration and intentional sound! All that exists in the Read More →

Acupressure Workshop – Friday, March 31

If you’re looking for more natural ways of dealing with pain, building your immune system, reducing your medical costs and curtailing your use of those expensive drugs, then our workshop this Friday, March 31, is for you! Monte Cunningham, a local expert in acupressure will be hosting a class from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Friday at Lodestar Gardens. Please call (928) 587-1660 or Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – Feb. 25

This weekend at the Lodestar Gardens Winter Market, we have a noontime presentation and a workshop. At 12 noon, Nancy Barratt will be speaking about bulk food buying options. At 1 p.m., Jim Barratt will be conducting the third part of his “Stay Informed and Connected: Emergency Radio Workshop” series. Nancy generously donates her time to coordinate a number of bulk food buying groups. She Read More →

2017 Winter Market Preview – Feb. 18

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: We will be having a special market workshop this Saturday, Feb. 18, at 11 a.m. This weekend we WILL NOT be at Lodestar Gardens, but instead we will tour Peggy Miner’s homestead outside of Concho. Please meet at County Road 3000 off Highway 61 between mileposts 364 and 365 on Saturday at 11 a.m., if you are interested. We are encouraging market Read More →

Workshop: Creating an Orchard in Apache County

We all want to grow fruit as a wonderful addition to the garden, but it seems like only once every couple years we get our trees to produce. The climate up here in Navajo and Apache counties is quite unkind to fruit trees from January-April with a faux spring tricking buds into prematurely blossoming and then all it takes is one frigid frost and strong Read More →

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