What an amazing time we all had! 24 hours of reveling in nature, community, our senses, yoga, deletectable food, peace and connection. Much gratitude going out to all the truly phenomenal women that attended. And a big THANK YOU to Heather Jolma who blessed us all with the gift of yoga and for co-facilitating this sweet, sweet retreat.
Click here to see more photos from the retreat.
Dave Orleans, also known as the Earthsinger, brings an energetic amalgam of upbeat sing-alongs, clap-alongs, growl-alongs, and old and new stories about the natural world and our place in it. What better way to spend a delightful Sunday early Summertime evening with your loved ones playing, singing, celebrating the wonders of nature at beautiful TreeSong? Don’t miss it! This is gonna be good!
Dave has performed here at TreeSong twice before and then moved to Illinois. He’s back in town for this one weekend and we are blessed to have him come on out!
Make sure and reserve your spot!
$10/adult, $5/child (ask about a discounted rate for big families)
Click on the following link for online registration:https://treesongnatureawareness.wufoo.com/…/earthsinger-fa…/
Questions? Call 360-837-8733 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our Facebook album to see what we were up to yesterday! Click here to view.
Saturday was our Birding in the Pacific NW class, and it was phenomenal! A great group of people came together to glean bird wisdom from the amazingly knowledgeable Laura Whittemore. Thanks to Laura, and all who attended, for creating such a wonderful day!
Attend our ‘Birding in the Pacific Northwest’ class and a friend can come along for half the price! This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about native birds from an experienced and enthusiastic birder who has been teaching for the Audubon Society of Portland since 2000. And an enriching experience to share with a friend or loved one!
For details about the class, click here.
We had little guy camp these last 3 days and oh how magical it was! What an amazing time we had, so full of laughter and learning and exploring and creating, and did I mention laughter? These photos tell the story! After days like these, my dedication to supporting these kinds of experiences for kids (and grown-ups, too!) in this magical place grows in a boundless manner (and I was already quite dedicated). It’s profound to watch kids open to the wonders of nature, the joy of community and friendship, and the simple beauty of being alive. Feeling grateful… Michelle Fox
A big THANK YOU to the Bracke family for coming out and setting the foundation corners for our new shelter! It will be a simple structure (roof and one wall) on the lower plateau overlooking the river that will provide a place to enjoy nature on rainy days. Final construction will happen in a couple weeks. We’ll keep you posted!
Thanks again, you three! And many thanks to the folks at Washougal Lumber Co. who donated the concrete and metal bases for today’s phase of the building. It takes a village… :)
If you would like to check out July’s newsletter, simply click here! It will give you a nice overview of what’s going on this summer at TreeSong. Happy Reading!
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You are invited to be a part of the next exciting growth spurt here at TreeSong! We want to expand our offerings by building a new space that will house our Roots & Wings nature-based preschool that is proposed to begin in Fall of 2015. The space will also be perfect for bigger gatherings, movement-related events, and art – for grownups and kids alike!
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