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  • October 17
  • Hunt Country Vineyards, Branchport
  • October 17, 2020
  • Category: Misc.

Event Details

  • October 17, 2020
  • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • 125.00
  • Tickets are $125.00 and include coffee/tea, lunch, and wine. Class size is limited to 15 guests.
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  • Hunt Country Vineyards
  • 4021 Italy Hill Rd.
  • Branchport, NY 14418
  • (315) 595-2812
  • https://www.huntwines.com

Event Description

2020 has been a tough year for everyone. Take a day to restore. Be with other thoughtful people. Eat beautiful, home-grown food and enjoy a fall day at Hunt Country Vineyards with Lindsay Cray, immersed in nature. Lindsay will teach you time honored techniques and skills to create warmth, sample some wild edibles, and make some relics to be proud of and take home. This workshop is about using all the gifts nature has to offer to feel connected with and empowered by our natural world. Instructor: Lindsay Cray is a wilderness survival instructor, a NYS Hiking and Camping Guide, and certified Wilderness First Responder. She is also the CEO of Trybe (Tribe) Ecotherapy where she focuses her career on the development and delivery of progressive and intentional outdoor programs that help people broaden their personal growth, enhance interpersonal relationships, and foster appreciation of the natural environment. Lucky for us, when she is not working with her team of staff at Trybe, she provides freelance classes in wilderness immersion to the public as well as teaches courses through the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and RIT. Her goal is to make simple but long-lasting, positive impacts on those she works with. Workshop Description: Lindsay will guide you through our vineyard grounds and woodlands, exploring nature and our connection with it. Learn ancient skills along the way like identifying wild medicinals and edibles, and examining the many things you can do with them. Make a fire using traditional fire building methods used by humans for tens of thousands of years. Learn about the natural materials around us that can provide us with shelter, food, warmth, utility, medicine, and wildcraft. All ticket holders will meet in the Hunt Country Tasting Room at 9am, lunch at noon, workshop ends at 4pm to be followed by Happy Hour from 4-5pm. What to Bring & What to Wear: Masks are required when inside buildings and at any time when appropriate social distancing is not possible. You must bring a mask. You will be trekking through the woods, so bug spray and closed toes shoes with good traction are highly recommended. We will be providing morning coffee & tea, lunch, and Happy Hour snacks, but please feel free to bring your favorite water bottle and personal snacks to have on you as well. We will have tools and supplies so it is not necessary to bring your own. Layering will be especially important to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable. As you know, "there is no bad weather, just bad clothing". As this workshop will be focused on immersion and adventure in the outdoors, the goal is to be challenged, get dirty and learn with freedom to explore. As such, we ask that you make sure you check the weather leading up to and on the day of class so you are dressed appropriately for seasonal weather and environment while outside. Rain Date: We will also be paying close attention to the weather forecast. Excesive rain and dangerous winds will be our only reasons to turn to the Rain Date of Sunday, October 18th. We will make that determintation on Friday evening, October 16th and will contact you with any changes in schedule. Food: Coffee and tea will be available when you first arrive at 9am. Picnic lunch will be at noon in the woods. Happy Hour will be from 4-5pm and will include wine and light snacks. * Please let us know ahead of time if you have any dietary restrictions. Covid-19 Update: As the wineries in our region reopened to the public in New York's Phase 3, we're taking all the necessary precautions to host events and workshops in a safe, healthy, compliant and fun way. Over the next few months, as each event on our calendar approaches, we'll be carefully assessing whether or not the circumstances at the time allow us to meet the standards for hosting safe and fun gatherings. If we feel the need to cancel an event, ticket holders will be notified of the c

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