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Homemade Body Cream

Abby continues her series of moisturizing classes with homemade body cream. She will show you how to use vegetarian and gluten-free ingredients to make an alternative to store-bought lotions (this recipe does contain beeswax). If you’re planning a DIY holiday season, homemade body cream is a fun way to treat people on your gift list. […]

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Queso Blanco from the pros

Learn to make the fresh Queso Blanco from the pros. Cheese Desert’s Kelly Wensing and Tommy Reddicks will guide you through the cheese making process with this fun and fresh homemade cheese. Participants will be taught the basics in cheese making and will be given the knowledge, knowhow, and resources to begin making their own […]

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Homemade Lotion Bars

As we move in to dry skin season, join us at Pogue’s Run Grocer for a hands-on demonstration on how to make lotion bars. Each participant will take home their own lotion bar, scented with essential oils of your choice. Thursday, October 23 6:30-7:30pm Prices Members $5.00 USDNon-members $10.00 USD

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Curries From Scratch – Forget the Powder!

Nate loves cooking with bold flavors. Join him for a demonstration on making curry from scratch – forget the pre-packaged powders! Nate will prepare two curry dishes using the Northern Indian style of cooking. The spices used to make curry have many health benefits – they are anti-inflammatory, aid in digestion and are good for […]

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Twon’s Famous Pot Roast – Cancelled!

Looking to cook a warm, savory main dish to feed 5 people? One of Twon’s favorites is pot roast. He will demonstrate how to cook two different styles of pot roast, both delicious and nutrient dense (following in the Weston-Price method). One pot roast will be in the traditional fashion, the other will have a […]

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pH Testing

Have you ever wondered if your body is pH balanced? Too alkaline or too acidic? Body care products must be a certain pH level to be safe for our skin. Pools have their pH tested to be sure their safe for swimming. If your fish is sick, the first thing you do is check the […]

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Homemade Lip Balm

As much as we hate to admit it, winter is around the corner. This fall Abby will be teaching a series of do-it-yourself all-natural moisturizing skin care, starting with lip balm. You’ll save money and save your lips from nasty petroleum-based products. Each student will take home a tube of their own lip balm. Thursday, […]

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Do you have zucchini coming out of your ears?

Join Renee to learn about (and share) unique ways to use all that beautiful zucchini – other than zucchini bread. She’ll have recipes and samples of zucchini chips, zucchini milk and a delicious chilled soup. If you have fun ideas, please come prepared to share! Tuesday, August 12 6:30-7:30pm This class is free for both […]

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Plant Identification Walk with Greg Monzel

Join Greg Monzel, Community Herbalist, for a Plant Identification Walk through Spades and Brookside Parks, starting at the Pogue’s Run Grocer Feast of Lanterns booth. Greg expects that there may be ripe barberries, nuts (such as black walnut and the mighty acorn), fall greens (such as violets and dandelion), and chickweed if we’re lucky. Wednesday, […]

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Dehydration circa 1863

Courtesy of U-Relish Farm and Sponsored by Mid States Living History Association Playing a woman of 1863 visiting from her farm in Vevay Indiana who had the infamous honor of meeting John Hunt Morgan, Calvary. Friend to General Lew Wallace, this woman has the talent for bringing dehydrated products to the  the hospital steward for […]

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