The Acorn Gathering

Experience the area like the original residents in a tribal setting while learning skills like basket weaving, fire-making, and archery.

When: Saturday, May 25, 2013, 9 a.m.

Where: Arroyo Hondo Preserve, Gaviota Coast, 4.5 miles past Refugio State Beach, Santa Barbara

Cost: $100 - $295

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Workshops, Interpretive, Nature Talk


From May 23-26th, Southern California will be experiencing it’s first natural living skills gathering on Santa Barbara county’s Gaviota Coast. The Acorn Gathering is a family-friendly 4-day workshop where participants will camp under the stars at night and immerse themselves in primitive and earth-based skills during the day. Some of the classes offered will be traditional fire-making, pottery, hide-tanning, natural plant dyeing, basketry, archery, herbalism, permaculture, a kids program and much more! This is an opportunity to experience living and being with each other in a tribe-like setting. Come learn, share and enjoy nature, community, music and stories around the fire. To learn more about this event, go to “The Acorn Gathering” represents the gathering of earth-based skills, knowledge and wisdom for the nourishment of humanity and planet Earth for generations to come.

Phone: 805-729-2977

Event posted May 7, 2013
Last updated May 7, 2013


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