Handmade NW is proud to join with the Center for Developmental Health to bring local artisans to OHSU.
The 11th Annual Holiday Bazaar at OHSU takes place in the beautiful Center for Health & Healing Atrium at OHSU's South Waterfront District. The two-day Mother's Day holiday shopping event rotates artisans from each day, offering shoppers unique items throughout. The Center for Developmental Health is committed to finding the root causes of chronic disease and to developing new methods for prevention and treatment through collaborative research.
10% of vendor sales each day will be donated to the Center for Developmental Health.
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Wednesday. November 28 10 AM - 5:30 PM
Spend the afternoon on this day after Thanksgiving creating something beautiful! In this family-friendly workshop you’ll learn to dye with natural indigo and create beautiful items to keep for yourself or to get a head start on holiday gifting.
Shibori is the Japanese art of resist dying using various twisting, wrapping, and tying techniques to achieve beautiful blue and white patterns on fabric. Participants will each be provided two 28 inch tea towels and a small drawstring bag to dye.
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Cedar Dell Designs will be a vendor at this event!
The Wild Arts Festival celebrates nature in the work of regionally and nationally known artists and writers. Now in its 38th year, the Festival is the Northwest's premier show and sale of nature-related art and books. More than 4,700 nature lovers and art enthusiasts attended the 2016 Festival, raising over $180,000 for the Audubon Society of Portland.
Featured art includes the work of painters, sculptors, jewelers, photographers, woodworkers, glassblowers and more; authors include novelists, poets, photographers and writers of non-fiction.
On Saturday, join us for a special happy hour. Sip while you shop at the Festival from 3 - 6 p.m.
On Sunday, visit The Nest – Children’s Area on the second floor in the Mt. St. Helen Room between noon and 3 p.m. to make crafts, meet our education birds, and enjoy captivating storytelling from the books at our book fair!
Saturday, November 17, 10 AM - 6 PMSunday, November 18, 11 AM - 5 PM
In small groups of up to 12 students, these weekly classes blend open-ended nature exploration and farm life with science inquiry. Each week time will be spent outdoors in the forest and on the farm, practicing homesteading skills such as outdoor cooking and carding wool, organic gardening and animal care while also learning about forest ecology and environmental stewardship.
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Come experience the unique blend of forest and farm that our property provides with your child! This 3 hour program includes art, stories, animal visits and outdoor activities around the theme of homestead living. From baking bread outdoors to learning to card wool, we will get a small taste of pioneer living.
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This class is held at the Stitchin’ Post in beautiful Sisters, Oregon!
Participants will learn the basics of eco printing and will create their own silk scarf, naturally printed with local leaves. This is a 5 hour introductory course. Students will go home with a materials list as well as instructions and tips to experiment more with the eco printing process at home.
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