BALANCE & BEER YOGA WITH ABBEY HEILMANN
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH @ 1130AM
Guess who is back?? Abbey is returning in January for our restorative yoga class!
Need to slow down? Unroll your mat & enjoy an hour of gentle, stretchy yoga poses sequenced to leave you feeling refreshed & ready for the week ahead! Perfect for weekend warriors and anyone seeking a little more balance in life. All levels of yoga experience are welcome!
The cost is $15 which can be paid before class begins and includes an hour of yoga & a pint of your favorite Southern Peak beer!
BYOM (Bring your own mat)
KOMBUCHA HOME BREWING CLASS
Interested in the science and art of kombucha home brewing?
Kombucha Brewer, Sarah Michalski will guide you through the home kombucha brewing process. Class will start at noon and will run 1 1/2 hours. Class includes brewing culture, starter kombucha and a sample of kombucha. We also offer private Facebook group access exclusively for our class homebrewers to connect with other fermenters, ask questions and share ideas. Cost is $30 and is open to 21 and older only. We will have a food truck on site for lunch.
Class size is limited and fills quickly. Register to reserve your place.
wednesday, march 21st @ 6PM
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH @ 6PM
METAL STAMPING CLASS
Adventures in Bloom will be bringing their talents to Southern Peak! Grab a girlfriend and a pint of your favorite Southern Peak beer to design and create something great! You can make earrings, pendants or keychains all with your personal design. Laura will guide you through the process of metal stamping to create your own, unique piece. The cost of the class is $25 (jewelry included)
For more information, please visit Adventures in Bloom at:
BEER & BOARDS CUSTOM SIGN PAINTING
Beer and Boards is a unique event where everyone can have a different, customized painting on either repurposed pallet boards or solid repurposed pine, birch or plywood. We use stencils to guide us through the process. There is always the option to freehand paint, but we find our clients are happier knowing they will get a presentable finished painting. We use wood because we like the rustic look, as well as we have the opportunity to reduce our footprint by recycling and repurposing wood. We get our pallets locally cut down each one and reattach for the finished paint canvas. Other wood comes from local builders as well as Habitat for Humanity Resell. We sand and prepare the wood for ideal painting and we finish it with your base coat, that you have chosen. We use a variety of acrylic and chalk paint. We use oil based enamel for the frames. All frames are handmade and there will be variations; meaning it will not be perfect. We use brown leather enamel for our frames, unless otherwise requested. Everything is cut, painted and designed on your direction and customization. If there is an option not available, please ask and we will try to accommodate your request. Options might inlcude a specific color, font or a specific design...we can make almost anything into a stencil. Requests are welcomed and encouraged- we love new designs! We will have a food truck on site for dinner. Preregistration is required and we must have 5 people regsitered to host the event.