Folk (n.) common people
Lore (n.) amassed learning
What is a folklore club without folks? That’s right, we need and your willingness to be curious at our next meeting. Come out to the banks of the Eramosa River with us for a few hours of free, facilitated nature fun and games for all ages. Children, families, adults, elders, teenagers, we need you all if we’re ever going to see the folkloric revial we so long for.
This month’s meeting will be facilitated by Chris Green of The Guelph Outdoor School for the Gifted, a learning alternative for young people labelled as ADD / ADHD and those who struggle in the conventional classroom format.
We’ll meet at the usual spot, Eramosa River Park at the end of Lawrence Avenue (click here for map) from 10:30 AM until noon on Sunday, August 19th. Afterwards, stick around for an informal primitive skills share. Bring your craft materials and/or a willingness to try new things.
Hope to see you there! Bring your friends!
PS. Check out our friends, Knowing the Land Is Resistance. This week we’re mentioned in their blog.