?Forget the typical News Years Resolution of diet & exercise programs and promises only to fail 3 weeks later! Instead invest in becoming a lifelong learner and try something new and different each month incorporating new concepts, ideas and habits SLOWLY in your life. We'll teach you 20 creative ways to start 2015 with fun, finds, facts, food, with friends & families in and out of the garden. Goin Native Therapeutic Gardens will host DIY classes & programs starting in late January at Reata Park and Event Center in San Juan Capistrano.
SJC's newest park and event center is just waiting for you to become fast friends, just East of Ortega Highway before Antonio Parkway; Reata Park has 16 acres of horse, bike and walkable trails, CA Native plants, 1922 farm house for small intimate classes and a metal barn for larger classes, parties, weddings and corporate events.
Open everyday from dawn to dusk, Reata Park is truly a relaxing sanctuary to spend time amongst the majestic Oaks, Sycamores and surrounded by native gardens, bird & butterfly habitats and San Juan Creek.
Goin Native is in the works creating our garden and household classes to keep you going and growing all year long.
Our classes are always FREE with the exceptions of material fees. Our goal is to expand your knowledge, eat clean, live well, and connect in community. Sound good?
Were giving you 20 creative ways to start your news years off right with hands on education. Take a peek of upcoming monthly classes, check back in a few weeks for exact dates and times.
Give us your time and we'll teach you the basics in 1) Gardening 101 2) Cooking 101 3) Simple Canning and Pickling 4) Basic Knitting 5) Basic beading 6) Basic Bench woodworking 7) Growing worms 8) Propagating Plants 9) Birding 10) Yoga 11) Stretching 12) Hiking 13) Food storage and survival 14) Mushroom farming 15)Vertical gardening,16) SOXX gardening 17) Patio gardening 18) Twenty is Plenty gardening with CA Native Plants 19) Garden crafts out of recycled household items 20) Succulent Container Gardening.