Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Faerie Workshop with Patrice

(Text by Patrice Dickey, Pics from TCP)


Nature, More Magic & Manifestation!

A Creative Day with Friends, Faeries & Nature Spirits

Sunday, October 24, 10am-4:30pm –Healthy Picnic Lunch included

The Cabin Path nature preserve (near Atl airport ) http://www.thecabinpath.com/

--Our magical day begins with Very Gentle Yoga (anyone can do it; no mat necessary!)

--On a Nature Stroll through the woods we’ll visit the old cabin, & see where faeries & devas play

-- Experience the Native American Prayer Circle to release any worries, anxieties or concerns

--Pleasant picnic lunch in The Gathering Room and time for journaling, shooting photos, walking the trails , being with friends, dreaming, tapping your creativity, overall enjoying yourself!

--Create your very own Ethereal Guide, Nature Sprite, Manifestation Faery, Croft or Castle

--Walk the Labyrinth in sacred silence, locking in your good intentions!

Your investment of $79 includes all Manifestation materials , a lovely lunch , and The Cabin Path, 52 beautiful wooded acres, beaver pond, horses & lake, hosted by delightful Sarah Crutchfield.

(This event raises fund for The Cabin Path, a non-profit that teaches children about nature!)

Reserve your place online : http://bit.ly/adSiNU Or mail check for $79.oo to Patrice Dickey,

6 Exeter Road, Avondale Estates, GA 30002, and include your phone & email for further info. Limited to 20—a very popular day, so reserve your place now before they’re all snapped up!

Contact me at 404-294-9333 or pdcom@mindspring.com , http://www.patricedickey.com/

Here’s what one friend said about our first Nature, Magic & Manifestation in 2008:

"There we were, all ages, all with our own stories, all with different fairy dreams. My favorite thing was the feeling of 'sisterhood,' the sense that we all came to this magical, sacred space to enrich ourselves and in so doing, enriched each other." -Linda J.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Fall Workshops 2010 NOVEMBER

November 4 Home School Workshop  Topic: PIONEERS  11 AM - 1 PM

November 6  Noon - ?  Cabin Path Family Pickin'  Cook out, Walk, Pickin'

November 10 Kid Cultivators Group  Cabin Dinner (private group)

November 11  Home School Workshop  Topic: NATIVE AMERICANS 
                         11 AM - 1 PM

November  18  Home School Workshop  CABIN DINNER  (Pot Luck lunch)
                          11 AM  - 1 PM

ALL workshops/gatherings by RESERVATION

Home School Workshops http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thecabinpathhsg/

Monday, September 13, 2010

October, 2010

October Events at The Cabin Path:  (New events will be added)

Oct 7  Home School Workshop  11 AM - 1 PM  Bring a snack/sack lunch for after the workshop  Topic: THE GREAT ALPHABET HUNT

Oct 10   Georgia Mushroom Club   1 PM - -http://www.photoshow.com/watch/vE8Zs8eY

Oct 14  Home School Workshop  11 AM - 1 PM  Topic: LEAVES
Oct. 21 Cabin Path Pickin'  *CHANGE OF DATE!!! 6 PM -  9 PM
Oct 21  Home School Workshop  11 AM - 1 PM  Topic: FAIRY Homes & Fairies

Oct 24 Faerie Workshop  Patrice Dickey http://bit.ly/adSiNU
More info:
Oct 28 Home School Workshop  11 AM - 1 PM Topic: BUGS!
Oct 30  ***NEW***Meet Up Group http://www.meetup.com/The-Cabin-Path/  We'll have our first meeting on OCT 30 at 1 PM.   This first meeting is FREE!!!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Fall Workshops 2010

   Join Us !!!

Fall Workshops begin the Week of Septemeber 13th!!!

Sept 6  Music Workshop (FULL)

Sept. 16  Home School Workshop   11 AM - 1 PM..Bring a snack/sack lunch for a picnic after the workshop!  $5 donation appreciated, but not required.

Sept 23  Home School Workshop   Topic: PLANTS.....and Celebrate the First Day of FALL with us!

Sept 30  Home School Workshop   Topic: TREES

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

June Events

June 3, 10, 17, 24
Home School/ School Workshops will continue every Thursday through the summer!  We meet from 11 AM - 1 PM (and usually longer!) Bring a snack/picnic lunch..and maybe a water for the trails.  I also recommend sunscreen and bug repellent. $5 donation per child is appreciated, but not required. Email to reserve your spot!

June 3  TREES
June 10 Archaeological DIG (small test pit)
June 17 Butterflies
June 24 Nature Sketching

June 3 Patch It Club 7 PM - 9 PM

June 10  Cabin Path Pickin'  6 PM - 9 PM  Open to all!

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Archaeological DIG

 Archeological DIG here at The Cabin Path on Saturday, May 22...from 9 AM - 1 PM..Bring a picnic lunch, too...Over the years, many American Indian artifacts have been found here, and there are Mississippian burial grounds under the lake. (Discovered when the lake was constructed..didn't learn what it was until years later) This would be a wonderful family outing...and a rare opportunity to be a part of an authenic archeological dig led by Clifford Blizard, Ph.D., a lifelong naturalist and educator with a Ph.D. in Environmental Science and degrees in Geology. He teaches online and is a free-lance writer of archaeology and natural history. Suggested donation: $15 per person or $30 per family. (This is NOT a baited dig.) Reserve your spot soon! 

Monday, April 26, 2010

Sing for the Earth Workshop

The Cabin Path is proud to announce a workshop with:
Susan Elizabeth Hale  http://www.songkeeper.net/

Susan Elizabeth Hale MA is an internationally renowned music therapist, sound healer and author. Her latest book is Sacred Space, Sacred Sound: The Acoustic Mysteries of Holy Places. She is a seminar leader, teacher and coach, helping people to explore their sacred paths and find and free the natural voice.

Saturday, May 8, 2010 at The Cabin Path
10 AM - 5 PM
Experience a day of reconnection with nature through:

Earth Chants
Creating an earth mandala and chant inspired by nature.
Ritual at Native American Prayer Tree
Ending labyrinth walk

We will meet at the Gathering Room and then walk to the Native American Prayer Tree.  This is a moderate walk..about 1/2 mile.  We will also visit the labyrinth, too. (also 1/2 mile walk)  Our trails are not paved, and closed toe/walking shoes are recommended, but the trails are easily navigated.

Native American Prayer Tree...


The Cabin Path is a private nature retreat minutes from downtown Atlanta. We offer art/nature workshops for all ages, including a weekly Thursday Home School workshop.  The Cabin Path has 52 acres of walking trails, an 1840's log cabin, a lake, a labyrinth, a Native American Rock Circle and many artifacts, a Native American Prayer Tree, and many native wildflowers.  We also have a Gathering Room for meetings, workshops, and music gatherings.

The Cabin Path
4040 Stonewall Tell Road
Atlanta, GA 30349

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Earth Day

Earth Day at The Cabin Path

April 22, 2010    FREE EVENT
9 AM - 3PM

9:15 - 11:45  Morning Workshop/Walk
Noon - 1 PM "Sing for the Trees" at the Native American Prayer Tree
                       ( a moderate walk to the tree)
1 PM - 1:45 PM  Picnic Lunch  (bring a snack/sack lunch)
2 PM -  3 PM  Afternoon Workshop/Walk

Come for the day or part of the day!
For information or to reserve your spot:

(We'll be at The Gathering Room at 9AM, 11:45 AM, 1 PM-1:45 PM..the rest of the time,we will be on the trails)

Monday, March 29, 2010

The Cabin Path MAY Events

May 2010 Events:

Home School Workshops
Every Thursday 11 AM - 1 PM  Bring a snack/sack lunch for a picnic after the workshop!
$5 donation per child (But No One turned away)
Please reserve your spot 1 at least 1 day in advance

May 6  Patch It Support Group

May 8  Susan Elizabeth Hale Workshop

May 13 Cabin Path Pickin'

The Cabin Path APRIL Events

The Cabin Path

Events for APRIL 2010
      All Workshops and Events are by Reservation only
                               EMAIL to Reserve your Spot!


Thursday Home School Workshops  (Yahoo Group!)
Every Thursday 11 AM - 1 PM  Bring a snack/sack lunch for a picnic after the workshop!
$5 per child donation (but no one will be turned away!)
Please do reserve your spot 1 day in advance

April 1  Patch It Support Group   7 PM - 9 PM

April 8  Cabin Path Pickin'    6 PM - 9 PM

April 22  Special Earth Day Event!!  9 AM - 3 PM
                Bring a picnic lunch!
                "Sing for the Trees Ceremony"