Land Recognition Clay Plaque Making Workshop

Hosted by The Orchard Hill Quakers and Chief Paul "Gwilawato" (He Looks For Something) Bunnell of the Soverign Abenaki Nation

Sunday August 14, 1 - 3 pm




This year's camps are full. Show us your interest by submitting a registration. We will put your child on a wait list and next year, we will let you know early when registration begins. 




Did you know you can rent our Schoolhouse for your own event?

This is a beautiful space for your professional or private retreat, baby shower, etc. Are you a teacher, artist, or craft person? Consider using our space to hold your next class. Email or to inquire.

Current Monthly Activities

Make Something Day - Second Friday 10 am - 1 pm
We choose something to make and then get together to work until we have enough for everyone. So far we have made sauerkraut, fire cider, beeswax taper candles, fermented gingered carrots, fruity vinegar shrubs, a spring cleanse tonic, a salve, a face oil, and a cider vinegar hair rinse. Stay tuned for our May 13 project. Contact Andrea to get involved:

Mending Day - Usually the Fourth Friday - 4 - 7 pm
The next gathering is Friday April, 1 from 4 - 7 pm
A skill share and gathering for all ages. Bring your mending pile or your project to work on and get supported while we mend our things and ourselves! 
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The mission of the Orchard School & Community Center is to foster community learning, healing, and sustaining.  We encourage programs that provide inclusive learning for children and adults.  We provide healing space for movement, expression, and the restoration of vitality.  We sustain the community by encouraging connection with the land, the arts, and the diversity of cultures beyond our rural community.

Your tax-deductible gifts helps to make our work possible!