Bare Branches Festival

The trees are so beautiful in the winter 

Come to the second annual Bare Branches festival 10 am to 2 pm Saturday February 16th 2019


Fun for all ages



Benefit Concert graciously donated by:

Wu Fei, Abigail Washburn, and Charlie Chamberlain!

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    Visit the following web sites to see the treat we have lined-up for you!

    Outdoors and Indoors Activities


    Sometimes all it takes to turn winter into a bountiful season is to put in a little nurturing hand work.  Come along to craft and mingle.

    • Making wands
    • Making walking sticks
    • Beading and jewelry
    • Making teas
    • Making body scrubs
    • Winter Gardening
    • Drone Flying

    Story time

    When it is cold out, there is nothing better than getting in close, reading a good book, or telling tall tales to warm-up the imagination.

    • Book reading
    • Story Telling
    • Face painting
    • French in the Park

    Food for sale

    Don't forget to refuel as you move about the grounds!  With hot and tasty foods abound, make sure to get a bite to eat before it's all gone. 

    • Crepes
    • Cookies
    • Muffins
    • Bars
    • Fruit Kebab
    • Chilli
    • Soup
    • Chicken on stick
    • Bread on stick
    • Dumplings
    • Water
    • Juice
    • And more


    Come cultivate your creativity.

    • Painting fabric
    • Painting trees
    • Collages
    • Drum circle

    Into the woods

    While the branches are bare, inspiration in nature is everywhere, and the view atop our mountain is spectaculaire!

    • Pooh stick races
    • Sculptures and installation art on trails
    • Clay faces
    • Shelter building and decorating
    • Tree identification
    • Hiking
    • Scavenger hunt

    The Bare Branches festival is an opportunity to enjoy nature's gifts and it is a fundraiser for our school to build a roof over each outdoor classrooms.

    Thank you!

    Entry is Free

    Tickets will be on sale for $1 each.
    The number of tickets for food, activities and music will vary.

    Dress warmly

    We have both indoor and outdoor activities. Dress for the weather outside with abundant layers and a waterproof shell to fully enjoy our 33 acres!

    Parking is provided by the First United Pentecostal Church. We are behind the church. Park in their lot and walk down the wooden steps.

    See you soon!