Day Events

Finding ways to get outside and connect with nature have never been more important. Fresh air and exercise can improve your mental health, offer respite from your busy life, and improve physical well-being. Time for meditation and prayer help you to be attuned to the Spirit and attentive to the Divine. All of our programs offer close encounters with green spaces and opportunity for healing and joy.

Soulful Saturdays

This summer we are all adjusting to post-pandemic life. These events will engage your body and soul in activities that offer opportunities for reflection, joy and healing. No special skills or experience is required!

Your registration fee includes coffee, parking, wifi, clean washrooms and a great workshop outdoors (rain or shine), plus the opportunity to stay all day afterwards to picnic or hike the trails.

These events are by pre-registration only and have a limited capacity to stay within the public health guidelines. 

Cost: $60 per person

Time: 9:00 - 11:00 AM

Please register through our online portal here: 

If you haven't registered through our portal before please note that it will require you to fill out the information as requested. This only needs to be completed one time, and the portal will store the information for future registrations. 

Please email [email protected] or call 519-824-7898 if you have any questions. 

Pre-registration is required. Please dress for the weather. Sturdy footwear is recommended. Masks are required inside any building. Outdoors they are recommended but not required. We are following all Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph protocols to keep everyone safe.


Saturday, July 24 - Beeswax Wrap Making with All Things Preserved

All Things Preserved is a Kitchener, Ontario based business that re-purposes and upcycles pre-consumer and post-consumer materials into limited edition products. Their goal is to change the world, one upcycled item at a time. All Things Preserved zero waste living presentations provide the audience with tools and tips to reduce their footprint, simplify their lives, and improve their and the world's health. Participants get step-by-step demonstrations,  guided creation,  and the opportunity to ask questions and learn from the best.


Saturday, Aug 7 - Lena's Watercolour Painting

Lena Montecalvo is a self-taught watercolour artist who began painting shortly after her artist mother's death in 2013. Diving in headfirst and now hundreds of paintings later, Lena is an instructor both privately and with the Dundas Valley School of Art. She sells her own unique line of original works, prints and greeting cards, using vibrant hues in untraditional ways, and believes in colouring outside the lines while breaking all the rules. She truly believes art is for everyone and that we only need the right instruction, motivation, and environment to begin accessing our own creative spirit. Her love relationship with Canada’s breathtaking landscape often makes its way into her art and her abstract-feeling forms, colour choices and designs relate our prairies, mountains, lush forests and crystal-like waters to the viewer in a way that allows one to feel its true majesty.


Saturday August 14 - Indigenous Storytelling  with Jan Sherman

Jan is an Anishaabe mother, culture keeper, storyteller, drummer, and spiritual guide. She has spent the last 25 years of her life helping people remember ancestral earth teachings in relation to our spiritual, emotional, mental and physical journey on Mother Earth. Jan has gathered knowledge and wisdom from Grandmothers and Aunties from around the world which she shares to support individual inner peace that she believes will become community and global peace.