Join us on April 23rd for an Earth Day Celebration at Thyme Garden!
Children welcome. See the details under the picture below.
We will be doing a healing circle at 2 pm, incorporating their wonderful water and forest setting. Looking forward to bringing focus to healing our earth and our selves!
Please let me know whether you are able to come and be part of our circle. I will be bringing drums and rattles, so let me know what you can bring, and that you will be present to help me carry out the vision!
Thanks much! Jaiaen
Sunday, April 23rd
Join us for a day of learning and fun as we look at herbs for healing, ways to care for our environment, and come together with a special healing ceremony to wrap up the day.
The gardens are a perfect place to enjoy the coming of spring. The nursery will be bursting with beautiful herb starts; the craft shop open for gifts and goodies. Be sure to bring the kids for an Earth Factoid Scavenger Hunt in the garden—find all the clues and you will receive a free plant!
Herbal refreshments will be available for purchase 11-2. Homemade Thyme Garden Vegan Potato Nettle Soup, fresh baked bread, and assorted treats.
11:00 Story time with Ms. Nancy. Alsea’s local librarian will enchant the young ones with stories focused on caring for the Earth and ourselves.
11:30 The Healing Garden
Making your own herbal medicines from plants you have nurtured takes natural healing to a whole new level and enriches both the grower and the garden. Led by Jaci Guerena, Sunnyside Herb School, Corvallis.
12:45 Forest Tours
Group 1: Stream Restoration Walk. Learn about The Thyme Garden’s amazing project to create beautiful spawning habitat for the native Coho salmon and explore the magical Coast Range forest.
Group 2: Spring Herb Walk. Learn about the powerful plant allies that are growing all around us. Gain appreciation for healing plants, the importance of responsible wild crafting, and using native plants for medicine.
2:00 Healing the Earth and Ourselves. Join us as we create a sacred space for the earth and ourselves, led by Jaiaen Beck, founder of Circle of Well Being and Ancient Ways. Jaiaen is a teacher of shamanism and alternative healing approaches. Share in a mystical and uplifting experience. Let’s send positive energy out there for our Mother Earth and each other! Children welcome.
The Thyme Garden is a nursery & herb garden nestled in the Coast Range Mountains of Oregon, established in 1989. They are pleased to offer the Northwest’s largest collection of hops, herb seeds and plants. Their beautiful display gardens are open to visitors spring through summer. They also host herbal luncheons, tours, special events and weddings.
Directions: Head west from Corvallis and take a left at the Y in Philomath, on Hwy. 34 to Waldport. Continue 3 miles past Mary’s Peak turnoff. Venue on left.
For more information, please contact Emily Stimac, 541-487-8671.