Classes & Events


Eagle Harbor Book Talk

Join Shannon, publisher and content creator of Honest Magazine, in a talk about the publication. Talk will include a discussion of the magazine’s unique perspective, ethos, and take a look at past themes, recipes and issues. June 20th at Eagle Harbor Bookstore on Bainbridge Island, Washington. This is a free event open to all.

Thursday, June 20th 6:30-8:30 p.m. Bainbridge Island, Washington.

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Eagle Harbor Book Talk for Honest Magazine


Wildflower & Wild Berry Walk

Come along for a trail walk through abundant blooming wildflowers in the heart of huckleberry season. Learn the names, uses and habits of these Pacific Northwest natives. Culinary suggestions for wild berries and flowers made along the way.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019. 10:00 a.m.-12:00. Snoqualmie Pass, Washington.

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Wildflowers by Honest Magazine
Wild Berry harvest by Honest Magazine
Wildflower trails and Mountains by Honest Magazine

DIY Wild Apothecary Class

Build your own home apothecary using wild and garden-grown plants. DIY Apothecary practices the ancient art of foraging, blending, and brewing powerful plants to create lotions, balms, toners, and tonics. Create your own personalized collection of self-care products rooted in nature using flowers, berries, herbs, and barks. We’ll explore scents and symbolism, classic medicinal uses for each ingredient, and tips on foraging and growing your own apothecary items at home. Leave with your own custom blend of self-care products, including a rosehip/rose steamer, juniper/lavender toner, and rosemary/bergamot shower steamer/bath soak, or any other apothecary selections that speak to you!

Wednesday, August 7, 6-8pm. Seattle, Washington.

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DIY Apothecary Class taught by Honest magazine

Flower-Pounding Workshop

Within each flower sits an explosion of color waiting to be released. In this hands-on workshop we will use a pounding technique and a variety of flowers to create atmospheric and colorful prints on tea towels. Beginning with notes on technique followed by a demonstration, Shannon will then speak to the details of composing pleasing, watercolor-like patterns, shapes, and textures. This form of eco-printing has a final result similar to the Japanese technique of shibori-dying. 

Thursday August 22nd, 2019. 5:00-7:00 p.m. Seattle, Washington.

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Flower Pounding Workshop by Honest Magazine


 

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