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What Nature Knows: A Journal Writing Class with Cat Crowder and Molly Haile
January 13 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
What can we humans learn from the rhythms and ever-changing landscape of the natural world? In this monthly, year-long series beginning in January 2021, we will observe, study, sketch, read, write, and reflect on the natural world. Participants will observe (sometimes virtually) and learn more about birds, trees, plants, seasonal cycles, and other aspects of nature from gardening instructor and horticultural therapist Cat Crowder. Writer Molly Haile will share short selections on the same topic from beloved writers of nature such as Mary Oliver, John Muir, and Joy Harjo along with writing exercises for recording our own observations and reflections about nature—and our lives. Classes will initially be on Zoom but may meet outdoors in person later in the year. Participants can attend one, a few, or all twelve classes in the series. The theme for January’s class is Birds: Keeping a Song Going During the Cold of Winter.
REGISTRATION CLOSED ON DECEMBER 30TH TO RECEIVE SUPPLIES IN THE MAIL.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO RECEIVE ACCESS TO THIS ZOOM CLASS. REGISTRATION CLOSES ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE CLASS START TIME. YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH THE ZOOM ACCESS LINK NO LATER THAN THIRTY MINUTES BEFORE THE CLASS STARTS. FOR QUESTIONS, CALL THE HIRSCH OFFICE AT 336.209.0259
IF YOU ARE NEW TO ZOOM OR HAVE TECHNOLOGY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE HIRSCH OFFICE AT LEAST 1 DAY PRIOR TO THE SESSION.