Hello, May! New Classes, Workshops and More at Bella Luna Farms

Sunshine—finally! Along with this glorious turn in the weather, comes some happy news: We have just posted new spring and early summer dates for our Classes on the Farm workshops! Our May and June calendars can be found below, be sure to scroll down, take a peek, and register on our site.
(These classes would also make for a lovely, and unique, Mother’s Day gift; hint, hint!)

It’s going to be a great summer here at the farm, as we get closer and closer to completing our new classroom space to host these classes. To be affectionately called The Larder, this space will house a classroom kitchen and workspace for us to utilize for our farm-to-table experiences, and will also be home to a small farm market! It will be ready later in June, so come see it for yourself.

Check out the lineup below; see you soon!

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CLASSES ON THE FARM

Farm-to-Table Experiences & One-of-a-Kind Workshops
—All Enjoyed in Very Good Company.

DETAILS & REGISTRATION

Create Your Own Botanical Jewelry – Saturday, May 11th: Learn how to make beautiful botanical jewelry! Join expert gardener designer and garden coach Susan Papanikolas for this dreamy workshop and learn what plants work well for these stunning adornments. A perfect Mother’s Day gift!

Soft Cheeses: Creme Fraiche, Fromage Blanc & Whole-Milk Ricotta – Saturday, May 18th: Back by popular demand, professional cheese and buttermaker Meghan McKenna teaches the art of crafting your own soft cheeses at home!

Oysterology 101: Intro to the Briny World of Bivalves – Sunday, June 9th & Sunday, June 23rd: Learn the art of shucking oysters, and take a deep dive into the briny world of these beloved bivalves, during the first of the three progressive classes taught by the experts behind The Pop-Up Oyster Bar Co.

Preserving Summer: A Jaunt Through Jam-Making – Saturday, June 15th: Join florist, chef and forager Renée Beaudoin as she takes us through the jam-making process from start to finish, focusing on the first of the summer berries at Bella Luna Farms!

Oysterology 201: A Deep Dive into Oyster Aquaculture + Appreciation – Sunday, July 7th & Sunday, July 28th: In this second installment of our three-part series, PUOB founder Corey Burleigh and his staff will teach you how to build-own-your-own oyster shooters, highlight raw, then will fire up the OFYR grill to teach you how to grill these Pacific Northwest beauties!

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FIELD TRIP TIME

The Field Trip Society is coming to Bella Luna Farms!
Join Us for One of These One-of-A-Kind Special Events

DETAILS & REGISTRATION

Wire Flower Workshop with Shelli Markee – Saturday, June 8th: Join us for a creative afternoon with Seattle-based wire artist Shelli Markee and learn to transform a spool of steel gauge wire into your favorite bloom!

Block Printing Workshop with Moon Tea Artwork – Saturday, June 30th: Bring summer brightness and color into your home at this fun and hands-on workshop taught by Kristin Loganbill, the creator and owner of Moon Tea Artwork. Using inspiration from nature, field trippers will carve and create custom stamps for block printing.

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