hey dear folks, thanks for your support, prayers, and patience while i heal from injuries sustained in a car accident. i’m slowly making my way back to teaching. hope to see you soon. all blessings, planty kim
GENTLE EVENING YOGA
Wednesdays, 6 pm – 7:15 pm
Joy of Movement, Chatham Mills, Pittsboro
Drop ins welcome!
Current Session: January 8 – February 26
These gentle classes support our transition into a peaceful evening and nourish our connection of mind body and spirit. Together we’ll stretch, balance, build strength, and relax in a beautiful setting. Kim facilitates a playful and mindful exploration of movement and breath, sharing stress-relieving tools that can be integrated into everyday life.
Gentle Evening Yoga 8-week session: $96* (plus $4 online fee)
Gentle Evening Yoga drop-in: first time student: $10*; returning student: $14* (plus $1 online fee)
*Also possible to pay in person in class via cash or check
2020 PITTSBORO COMMUNITY DANCE JAM!
Saturday, January 25, 2020, 7-10 pm
Pittsboro Community House, 65 Thompson Street
CREATE & CELEBRATE CommUNITY through DANCE!
Don’t miss the only PBO Jam of the year! Bring your family and friends and get your winter groove on as DJ K Luv and DJ Diego play hot jams from around the globe, including funk, Latin, R&B, reggae, pop, African, and hip hop. These all ages, multi-racial, multi-cultural gatherings are offered in a welcoming, smoke and alcohol free space at the Pittsboro Community House.
WINTER INTO SPRING TREE EXPLORATIONS
February 16, March 15, April 19
(drop ins welcome with space)
earlybird special ends february 4th!
Have fun getting to know our edible and medicinal trees starting with bare branches and buds then shifting to leaves and flowers! These three explorations span several months of potent change and growth for local trees. We will wander in wonder through the woods exploring tree ID, safe and sustainable harvesting, as well as food and medicine preparations. Add to your home apothecary as we create tree-inspired tinctures, teas, infused oils, and delicious wild edible treats!
I was blessed to grew up learning about trees on walks with my grandparents here in Chatham County and look forward to sharing this arboreal adventure with you. Hands on creations, botany, plant meditation, cultural history, and detailed handouts with recipes will support our practice of really seeing and appreciating the beautiful and fascinating details of trees. Group size is limited so reserve your space now! Ages 14 years old and up are welcome. Participants need to be able to walk on uneven surfaces and inclines over several miles and we will meet outside in a wide range of weather. There will be one make up date on April 26th in the unlikely event we need to reschedule due to dramatic weather.
Cost includes supplies! Enjoy the EARLYBIRD discount for ALL three classes for $150 through February 4th; $165 after. Drop in for the day with space and advanced registration for $60. Payment plans and some scholarship funding available.
All 3 Tree Explorations EARLYBIRD through February 4th: $150
All 3 Tree Explorations after February 4th: $165
Tree DROP-IN FOR ONE DAY: $60
EAT WILD WINTER!
Saturday, February 22, 1-5 pm
earlybird special ends february 4th!
This will be my only forage and feast workshop this season! We’ll ramble through fields and “yardens” learning identification while gathering my favorite wild winter greens and flowers (yes, in winter!). Then we’ll head back to the cozy kitchen to prepare and devour delicious dishes such as wild frittatas, soups, and sautés. You’ll go home nourished in spirit and body, inspired to bring nature’s superfood bounty into your family’s daily life.
Eat Wild Winter Forage & Feast through February 4th: $50
Eat Wild Winter Forage & Feast after February 4th: $60
SPRING FORAGING FUN
March 28, April 11, April 25
Saturdays, 1-5 pm
(drop ins welcome with space)
earlybird special ends march 14th!
Meet, eat, and drink some of the abundant edible and medicinal plants and trees growing wild in the NC Piedmont. In this popular hands-on field study, we’ll cover identification, ethical gathering, preparation, and usage of foraged food and plant medicine. Learn how to incorporate the healing and nourishment of wild plants into your everyday life through teas, tinctures, delicious food, and more. We’ll celebrate the arrival of spring as we explore a variety of local environments.
Group size is limited so reserve your space now! Ages 14 years old and up are welcome. Participants need to be able to walk on uneven surfaces and inclines over several miles and we will meet rain or shine. Cost includes supplies, handouts, recipes! Enjoy the EARLYBIRD discount for ALL three classes for $150 through February 4th; $165 after. Drop in for the day with space and advanced registration for $60. Payment plans and some scholarship funding available.
Spring Foraging Series EARLYBIRD through March 14th: $150
Spring Foraging Series after March 14th: $165
Spring Foraging DROP IN FOR THE DAY: $60
SPRING EQUINOX WILD WALK BY DONATION
Saturday, March 21, 1-4 pm
Town Lake Park, Pittsboro
Ages 10 and up
Celebrate the changing season as we ramble fields and woods meeting new plant and tree friends, practicing our ID skills, and sampling tasty wild creations like sodas, tinctures, and tea. Bring your mug /mason jar and a donation.
Wild Walk Suggested Donation $15-$45 (thanks for paying the most you can afford)RSVP & DONATE
PERSONALIZED WILD PLANT EXPLORATIONS
In your backyard, woods, neighborhood, schoolyard…
Get to know the abundant medicinal and edible plant friends growing all around you. Inspiring personalized plant explorations with “Planty” Kim are available for individuals and small groups of all ages. Great for home school groups, families, garden clubs, college classes, and more!
Creating yummy herbal tea, snacks, and other hands-on activities are optional. Contact Kim for rates and scheduling: 919.636.2545 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Makes a unique gift for holidays, Mother & Father’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries, or other celebrations!
To celebrate my birthday, I invite folks to contribute towards my scholarship fund which allows me to provide access to classes for folks with limited financial resources. Thanks for helping me realize my vision of making wild food and medicine knowledge available for all! I’m so grateful (yep, that’s young Planty Kim showing my excitement) to my generous friends who have given over the last three years (amounts ranging from $5-$500)! Thanks to you, I’ve been able to share scholarship support with many eager students! Just click the yellow donate button at the bottom of this page…