What’s Happening at Squawking Hawk Acres?

As a permaculture and homesteading demonstration site, community gathering space, and venue for creative and educational events we are delighted to host a variety of gatherings ranging from work parties to workshops, skillshares and playshops, concerts, potlucks, community dinners, and music jams, all based on our foundational desire to build a stronger, more resilient community by creating opportunities for people to connect in constructive environments, and to facilitate knowledge and skill sharing around permaculture, homesteading, and sustainable living practices. Come join us!

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FacebookBannerTFPThe Feelings Parade House Concert Tour
Wednesday, July 5th
Gather at 6:30
Music will begin promptly at 7:30

We met Morgan and Scott while they were touring this past year. We were inspired by their message, beautiful lyrics, and the sweet space they hold. We are excited for you to meet them and experience what they have to offer. ♥

Come join us for an intimate house concert featuring SF Bay Area based touring musicians Morgan Bolender and Scott Ferreter! These two are traveling the country sharing their powerful music and stories as part of their “Feelings Parade” tour, and we are excited to present this night of heartfelt, nourishing, and inspired music!

Tickets are pay-what-you-feel. Please come prepared to be generous with these musicians who give us so much!


Monday Makerspace!
Monday, May 8th
Gather at 7:30pm

On the 2nd Monday of the month we open our home as a Makerspace! Stitch n bitch meets crafternoon meets Art on the Farm. Bring your projects and come create together! We have a sewing machine, serger, and basic sewing supplies available, a loom, a spinning wheel, a drum carder, hot glue gun, iron and ironing board, rotary cutter and cutting mat, and some general art and craft materials such as paints, brushes, collage materials, etc, as well as basic building/woodworking tools. Please bring a potluck dish to share, supplies or crafting tools to share if you have them, and your projects to work on! This is the last Makerspace for a while, so if you’ve been meaning to join us, the time is NOW! We’re taking the summer off from monthly events and will regroup in the fall. Hope to see you!
Please carpool as always, because parking and fossil fuels are limited. Feel free to use this event page to arrange transportation. Children of all ages are welcome.

Monday Music Night!
Monday, May 15th
Jam starts at 7:30

You are invited to Squawking Hawk Acres monthly Jam Night and Potluck! We have multiple acoustic guitars, an acoustic bass guitar, various percussian instruments (shakers, didgeridoo, small drums, etc.), a banjo, accordian, and flute. Please bring an instrument to play and a snack or drink or dessert to share with everyone! We welcome all levels of musical ability and any instruments, with a special place in our hearts for folks learning how to create music together. Don’t worry if you’ve never jammed before. Invite your friends and let’s JAM!!

Form and Function: a felting workshop with Myron Cretney
Choose between Full Weekend -or- One Day Workshop
Saturday and/or Sunday May 20th and 21st
$60/person for one day
$110/person for both days

Felting is a simple and satisfying way to turn raw fiber into beautiful functional products, such as hats, pouches, and other clothing. Join naturalist and primitive skills enthusiast and instructor Myron Cretney at Squawking Hawk Acres for a weekend of hands on felting fun. Myron will demonstrate and explain techniques for wool felting, and participants can create the object of their choice. Single day participants will learn felting basics and create a sample swatch, and a small project such as potholder or pouch. Those participating in the full weekend will create a sample swatch and can choose a combination of smaller projects, or create a custom-fit felted hat. Materials and tools are provided, and you’ll leave with a handmade, felted product. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle and anything else you need to be comfortable for a full-day, outdoor workshop.

Because space is limited, pre-registration and a 50% deposit is required to hold your space in this class. Please contact

Monday Movie Night:
How To Let Go Of The World
Monday, May 22nd
Gather at 7:30, press play at 8
Popcorn and tea provided

In How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change, Oscar Nominated director Josh Fox (GASLAND) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change – the greatest threat our world has ever known. Traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?

Watch the trailer here

pizza partyWood fired Pizza Potluck Porch Party!
Friday, May 26th, 7pm till late

Come welcome summer with us! We are going to fire up the cob oven and cook some pizzas! Bring a topping to share, or your favorite pizza dough, or another tasty treat, salad, side dish, or beverage of choice to add to the spread! Let’s eat, drink, and be merry! Bring your instruments, bring your party hats, bring your kids, but please leave your dogs at home.

Please carpool if possible as parking is limited, please pull all the way into our gravel driveway and do not park along either side of the paved driveway which we share with our neighbors. View the FB event invite here. Hope to see and celebrate with you soon!



Weaving with Wild Plants, a workshop with Myron Cretney

Choose between Full Weekend -or- One Day Workshop
Saturday and/or Sunday, June 10th and 11th
Bring a sack lunch and water bottle and anything else you need to be comfortable for a full-day, outdoor workshop

Join naturalist and primitive skills enthusiast and instructor Myron Cretney at Squawking Hawk Acres for a weekend of weaving practice and instruction using a variety of wild materials including cattail and tule (a wild grass). Single day participants can create a small basket or water bottle holder, while those participating in the full weekend can choose to make a variety of smaller items, or create a larger basket or a woven sun hat.


We are open to suggestions! Is there something you want to learn, want to teach, or have to share? There is so much we can learn from each other, and we are eager to offer a gathering space as we learn and grow together. So contact us if you’re interested in volunteering for a work party, leading a workshop, or if you have requests for an event you’d like to see offered.