Hello, Fall Classes.
Fall is in full swing at Chickahominy Falls. Mother Nature is just beginning to use her most beautiful palette of scarlet, amber and maroon all around the Farm. Woodside Farms is harvesting the heartiest crops of the season with a bounty of root vegetables. Our residents are busy adorning their front porches with the coziest accoutrements. And The Barn has the perfect line-up of fall classes to keep you falling in love with a new season at Chickahominy Falls.
October 8th – Importance of Gut Health.
There is truth to the saying “you are what you eat.” From mood swings to food sensitivities, sleeping disorders and skin irritations, food can play a part in your everyday well-being. Numerous studies have demonstrated links between gut health and the immune system, mood, mental health, autoimmune diseases, endocrine disorders, and skin conditions. Learn why gut health is important in fighting disease and inflammation and discover the changes you can make to take back your health. Register today!
October 17th – Harvest Desserts.
Three simple words are inspiration enough to evoke the excitement of this harvest season. Asian Pear Crumble. Our October Harvest Desserts class at The Barn, led by local Richmond chef and culinary instructor, Laurel Herman, will add some spice to your next dinner party. With three desserts that celebrate the bounty of fall in the very sweetest way possible. Get your tickets for the sweetest class all season!
October 24th – 2020 Master Gardener Course Open House
At Chickahominy Falls, we know a thing or two about gardening. The heart and soul of our community is the working farm at Woodside Farms that provides a bounty of benefits to our residents. Now, you too can learn the tricks of our trade at this bi-weekly course planned for January 7th – March 19th. Join us on October 24th for an open house to learn how to become a trained community leader and increase your environmental knowledge. The course, staring in January, will be taught by groups of specialists & Extension Agents in the Virginia Cooperative Extension.
November 12th – Artisan Breads
Crusty on the outside. Soft and airy on the inside. That specific combination is not that easy to come by when making homemade bread is concerned. This fall at The Barn, join Sharon of Hobby Hill Farm to learn the tricks to making that perfect fall accompaniment for any proper comfort meal. Sign-up for the Artisan Breads class right here!