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Full Moon Botanical Apron Dyeing + Farm-to-Table Dinner

  • Crown Hill Farm 9411 Sandrock Road Eden United States (map)

Come together with other creative food-lovers under the glow of the Harvest Moon and explore the abundance Mother Earth has to offer.

Naturally dye your own garden or kitchen apron using flowers & food grown here at Crown Hill Farm followed by a delicious Farm-To-Table meal!

Join Nicole Vescio of Svanur, plant-whisperer, urban flower farmer, ritualist and creator of all-things-beautiful and Missy Singer Dumars, owner, steward and food creatrix of Crown Hill Farm for a beautiful evening of fresh air, creative art-making and a lovely meal to follow.

Come to Crown Hill Farm and step into an invitation to slow down and tap into your own unique rhythms. Remember the abundance of life and your own natural wellbeing. It’s an invitation to listen deeply, both to the land as well as your own spirit and hear the whispers to your soul.


First, take a walk with Nicole on the land here at Crown Hill Farm to collect plants and flowers as you intuitively design your own botanically dyed garden or kitchen apron. Learn about what is grown here and the ways that mindfulness infuses every aspect of this farm. Imbue your creation with the spirit and beauty of this land— a sustainable, earth friendly and beautiful way to adorn yourself or someone you love.


After feeding your spirit with the creation of your very own apron, we will gather together with Missy for a Farm-To-Table experience and nourish your body from this land as well. Sit down to a meal created from what the farm provides (in addition to a couple of other local farms) and share stories while soaking in the beauty around you.

$90 includes:

your choice of apron, all dyeing materials, farm-to-table meal

Leave Crown Hill Farm with your very own botanically dyed apron, a fully belly & full spirit!

We look forward to sharing this magical Full Moon experience with you.
With Love, Missy & Nicole

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