Instructor: Nichole Gerding
Class Type: Virtual
Online LIVE Instructor Q&A: Saturday, Nov 21, 2020
Time: 1PM – 1:30PM
Materials Kit: 1 lb of melt-and-pour soap, a sample of a seasonal fragrance, assorted dried botanicals, a small clamshell mold, detailed written instructions, and surprise gift! Shipping fee is included in ticket price.
Description: Learn to make your own melt-and-pour bars of soap, that you’ll personalize with scent and botanicals! You will receive a private link to a one-hour, pre-recorded tutorial. Then, join instructor Nichole Gerding for a fascinating, half-hour live Q&A.
Please Note: Please purchase this product if a child is interested in participating in this class with a parent/guardian.
Deadline to register November 9th, 2020
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Bio: Nichole Gerding is an 18th Century Foodways Historian and Domestic Skills Interpreter and the owner of Thankful Sage Farm School. Her background is in Living History, and she trained as a Foodways Historian in Colonial Williamsburg. From there she went on to start Thankful Sage Farm School, which manufactures small batch soaps and candles and gives classes on heritage skills and forgotten arts.
Nichole has worked with dozens of local museums and organizations including PA DCNR, Mt. Cuba Center, Mt. Airy Learning Tree, the Crossroads of the American Revolution, and Greensgrow Farms as well as giving her own classes through Thankful Sage Farm School. Nichole also provides historic garden consultation, museum program development and program consultation for several small museums.
Currently, Thankful Sage Farm School continues to develop historically based heritage classes. In addition to the classes and managing the online shop, Nichole also produces a web-series which focuses on exploring heritage skills and incorporating them into a modern lifestyle. Thankful Sage Farm School can be found on all social media platforms offering a modern perspective on preserving heritage practices.