Come join us this spring break with Arts 14 for a morning at Flying Pig farm, an afternoon in cooking class making your own delicious lunch at the high school and finally ending our day at the Manitou Arts Center to join Concrete Couch in making your very own lantern for the lantern parade!
Spring break at flying Pig farm can offer a unique experience for those in 3rd-8th grade. You will have the opportunity to explore the outdoors & learn the importance of all the birds and the bees and the native species to this region. Come play in the dirt, show husbandry skills to animals, plant some seeds to watch grow and so much more!
After the farm we will all hike up to the high school to take our new knowledge of locally produced food & prepare a delicious & nutritious meal together. In a time where cooking has become a secondary thought to many of us during our days, we are excited to share some of the value in cooking together and the skills that it can offer. Cooking as a team can be easy and can be so much fun!
After we eat and clean up lunch, students will have the opportunity to take a bus down to the MAC (manitou arts center) and work with a local art/construction group, Concrete Couch to create their own lantern. Drop off is at Flying Pig Farm off of Keithly Road at 9am and Pick up is at The Manitou Art Center 515 Manitou Ave at 3pm.