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Creating Your Fairy Garden in the ElderGarten (Book Discussion + Signing) at Rock n' Roots Plant Co. (Charleston, SC)

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Create your own fairy garden in an enclosed terrarium with tiny fairy figurines at this very special plant shop, located inside a brewery in Charleston, SC. We have special guest Dr. Sally Hare, author of The ElderGarten, hosting a book discussion and signing during the workshop. 

No plant experience necessary and all materials included:

  • 1/2 gallon glass jar w/ lid
  • an assortment of mini tropical plants and moss
  • premium soil
  • natural decorations (pebbles, bark, etc.)
  • fairy garden figures
  • one care guide
  • one copy of The ElderGarten, signed by Dr. Sally Hare

Drinks available for purchase from Fatty's Beer Works (taproom is attached to the store).

All ages welcome! This class will be held in a wheelchair-accessible indoor space. Pre-registration required due to limited seating.

"The ElderGarten: A Field Guide for the Journey of a Lifetime is author
Sally Z. Hare’s invitation to you to join her in becoming what the planet
most needs now: Elders. There are more old people than ever on the
planet – but fewer Elders, and there has never been a time that wisdom
and leadership and integrity are more needed. This non-linear journey of a
lifetime begins early in life – and invites us into becoming fully who we are
and to use our gifts in service of the planet. Elder is not about age, but
about the time of Life when one’s hidden wholeness becomes visible.
Elder means to live with integrity, undivided between the inner Self and
the outer world: soul and role are connected in a seamless flow. The
journey requires resilience and commitment – and Sally shares the
practices she has discovered to build that strength. Sally envisions The
ElderGarten as the field for learning to be an Elder. She knows that books
are the thin places that invite her into the space between the real and the
imaginal, so why not a field guide that shows the way to The ElderGarten?"

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