2017 Children’s Program

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The Wise Traditions Conference is pleased to provide a children’s program for this year’s conference. The program costs $225 and goes from Friday to Sunday. It includes Friday lunch, Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and Sunday brunch. PLEASE NOTE: THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE THE SATURDAY NIGHT BANQUET. The fee for the program without meals is $150. All children 3 – 12 who are potty trained are welcome to participate in the Wise Traditions 2017 Children’s Program. Children who are too young for the children’s program or are older and do not want to participate in the Children’s Program are welcome at the conference. Since we are recording all sessions, we ask that children who are disrupting the recordings for the adult to take the child out of the session room until the child is quiet again.

Friday, November 11
Make conference name tags, tote bags, begin conference journals, art project

Lesson: Movement with guest Kim Thompson of Art of Moving Well
Lesson: Health Benefits of Kombucha with guest Zane Adams of Buchi Kombucha
AM snack – nut butter on apples
PM snack – kombucha, kefir and fruit leathers

Friday Evening – Movie Night – *Those registered for meals, will enjoy the buffet dinner with the registered conference attendees. We will be serving popcorn cooked in coconut oil with butter and sea salt as a snack during the movie.

Saturday, November 12
Make labels for the fermented vegetable jars children will take home.
Lesson: Benefits of Bone Stock with guest chef Eileen Boland of Fields of Athenry
Lesson: How to make Fermented Veggies with guest Jenn DeMarco of Fad Ferments

AM snack – bone stock
PM snack – fermented vegetables with carrots and celery

Saturday Evening – Dance and Party – *The Saturday banquet meal is not included in this program.

Sunday, November 13
Lesson: Pasture Feed is Best with guest Sally Fallon Morell
Lesson: Living Organisms in the Soil with guest Judy Mudrak

AM snack – meatbars
PM snack – cheese, cheese and did we say cheese?

All children in attendance will participate by assisting with snack preparation. Program content and snack/meals are subject to change without prior notification.