Traditions of the Wolf Willow Rosary @ RMH

Coming to Rocky Mountain House!

May 31st, 1-4pm

Silverberries or wolf-willow berries, are traditionally used to make beautiful natural rosaries by the Metis people. These mealy, sparkly berries can be used to bead clothing, or make jewelry and regalia. We can even make a traditional dessert from the silverberry bush!

We will prepare our wolf willow berries from scratch, and use them to make beads and silverberry fudge. You can then make your own rosary, prayer beads or necklace, while learning about the food and medicine benefits of this plant.

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This workshop is in Rocky Mountain House. The exact location is still TBD, but will be announced soon. There is space for about 12 participants. Minors are permitted, but please be aware that we may be working with a hot stove and sharp tools while making our recipes/crafts. All minors must be accompanied and supervised by their parent or guardian.

registered participants will receive an email to their PayPal address 1 week before the workshop. You do NOT need a PayPal account to register, you can choose the grey button marked “Pay with Credit Card or Visa Debit” instead. Kodiak Herbal never receives access to your private payment information.

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