Mar 8 – The March Pop-Up Lunch celebrates Women’s History Month. Serving locally-sourced lunch so that all may be fed.
How to Teach CSHE
Mar 6 – In How to Teach CSHE at home, one will review state and federal standards by age and grade level, creating safe space for learning plus more.
Mar 5 – Come on out and join us for our annual Seed Swap. Get ready for the growing season and learn from our local seed saving experts.
Movement as Medicine
Mar 5 – Come and move with us in the Movement As Medicine – Experiential Dance Practice. Facilitated by Arlyn Alderdice.
Vegetable Pests, Predators and Pollinators
Feb 28 – In the Vegetable Pests, Predators and Pollinators session, learn which insects interact with your vegetables on your farm and garden.
What is CSHE?
Feb 27 – What is CSHE is for parents and families who are interested in CSHE community classes or teaching CSHE at home.
Our Whole Bodies
Feb 24 – Our Whole Bodies is a ceremony and devotional in song and dance with community song leader, Emele June at The Hearth.
Feb 17-19 – Parsifal is an archetypal biography weaving the earthly experience with spiritual striving , all encapsulated in the search for one’s higher self.
The Color Purple
Feb 16 – Heritage Month Movie – In The Color Purple, A black Southern woman struggles to find her identity after suffering abuse from her father and others over four decades.
Kids Dance Class
Thursdays, Jan 12-Feb 16 – Join Rose Costello for Kids Dance Class. Skills learned include musicality, somatic expression, spacial awareness, hip-hop basics and more.
Jan 6, 20 – The Hearth is offering pop-up dinners on Fridays, 5-7pm. Nourishing, simple meals will be prepared by Fran Headley.
Foundations of Restorative Justice
Jan 5 – Explore the principles and practices of restorative justice, which is an approach to healing harm rooted in respect, relationship and responsibility.
Seniors Lunch Party
Dec 30 – At the Seniors Lunch Party ring in the New Year with gifts for all, White Elephant Gift Share plus an awesome Holiday Feast by Chrys Bailey.
Thursdays, Oct 20-Dec 15 – Firestarters is a 10-week immersive series with local mentors who weave together storytelling, skills, animal processing, hide tanning and more.
Eddie Carrillo Memorial Mural Celebration
Dec 11 – Join The Learning Council for the Eddie Carrillo Memorial Mural Celebration on Sunday, 2-3pm on 3rd and Grand, Paonia.
What’s in a Gift?
Dec 10 & 11 – What’s in a Gift is a two-day art class for 2nd through 6th graders. Create beautiful, fun projects to gift family and friends.
Theater as a Practice
Tuesdays, Oct 17-Nov 30 – Theater as a Practice: Through the art of puppetry and storytelling, children develop their sense of expression, social skills and interaction, speech, body language, self awareness, imagination, and creativity.
Black Friday Stargazing
Nov 25 – With Black Friday Stargazing, experience a dark night full of stars and celebrate the night. Dress in warm layers.
Thanksgiving Eve Punk Rock
Nov 23 – Experience a Thanksgiving Eve Punk Rock show featuring the Crashlanders, the Sep-Ticks and more at The Hearth!
Climate Action Meeting
Nov 21 – Join Citizens for a Healthy Community at 6pm at The Hearth, 138 Grand Avenue, Paonia for a community climate action meeting.
Vegetable Fermentation Demonstration
Nov 20 – The Vegetable Fermentation Demonstration is a comprehensive experiential class with Chrys Bailey at Arize Farm Botanicals.
Ute Food Donations
By Nov 17 – Please bring your Ute food donations to the Hearth. Donations can be locally sourced food, food products and/or financial contributions.
Winter Coats Needed
By Nov 15 – Winter coats are needed for agricultural workers on the Western Slope. Please bring good condition, warm coats to The Hearth.
Colors and Culture of Indonesia
Nov 12 – In Colors and Culture of Indonesia, Jean Howe will talk about Indonesian indigenous textiles as carriers of meaning.