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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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Mark your calendars! It’s that time of year again: The Annual Squawking Hawk Acres Birthday Cabaret! Believe it or not, it’s been five years since we spent that first night on a futon on the living room floor and began the process of making this house a home, a community gathering space, a demonstration site, and so much more. Five years! Now it’s time to celebrate the incredible journey that it has been learning, growing, gathering, building, and creating together at Squawking Hawk Acres! Come celebrate with us!
We’ll start the evening with a Potluck Dinner around 6:30, and move into the Cabaret-style open-mic/open-stage beginning around 7:30. Everyone is encouraged to share their special talents whether it’s reading a poem, standing on your head, juggling chainsaws, or sharing a piece of art you made, this is a safe place! Music and dancing and late night shenanigins to follow.
This event is family friendly and open to children of all ages. Bring your loved ones but please carpool, parking is limited. Potluck contributions encouraged, and BYOB. We can’t wait to see and celebrate with YOU!
If a jaunt through the hills and a bit of fresh air appeals to you before you sit down to whatever feast and family you’re celebrating with, then come join Squawking Hawk Acres and friends for our annual Thanksgiving Day Community Bike Ride. The route has yet to be determined, but will be moderate and take approximately 2 hours. Bike safety, road rules, and the dynamics of riding with a group will be discussed. Helmets strongly encouraged (let us know if you want to borrow one! This ride is weather dependent, and we will announce via the Facebook event page if we change our minds, so be sure to tune in there for updates!
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.