by local artist, Paula Scheyer
A living example of People and Nature together in Northwest, NJ.
Gardens and Community are growing at the Medicine Wheel Garden.
Join us for the 6th annual Medicine Wheel Celebration
May 17th and 18th, 2014.
The Friends of the Medicine Wheel is part of the Heritage & Agriculture Association, a Friends group supporting Lusscroft Farms buildings, trails and year round events in cooperation with the NJDEP/Division of Parks & Forestry.
The Medicine Wheel Gardens are located in Lusscroft Farm,
50 Neilson Road at 4-H Way, Wantage, NJ 07461.
For more details about Lusscroft Farm events and information, go to their official website at www.lusscroft.com .
Photos from 6th annual Medicine Wheel Festival.
The outdoor stage.
The Pop Up Art Gallery.
The beauty of the event is everyone involved has been willing to be a small piece of something bigger. Each of us a sliver of the circle that makes the garden and community grow.
See you Saturday and or Sunday ~ May 17th and 18th, 2014!
The 2013 Medicine Wheel Celebration has some new food vendors this year. Breathless Beauty will be bringing raw vegan and bakes treats from their Milford, Pa Health Food store.
The young entrepeneur Bread Boy will be there with his home-baked breads and treats.
The Colesville Major League Deli will bring their delicious lunch items including veggie options.
The Hot Dog guy will be back.
And if you want to go straight to the source, join Dan Farella for his foraging walk at 4pm on Saturday. Good munchies right from the earth!
Please bring your own water bottle! Picnic blankets or chairs welcome too. There will be some Stokes State Forest water available to refill your water bottle too!
What a deliciously, relaxing weekend of Music, Arts, Flowers and Community this is going to be!
Transplants will be prepped soon for the Plant Sale during the Medicine Wheel Celebration.
The flowering cherry tree by the barn is in full bloom. What a beauty!
Meeting of the Medicine Wheel Celebration minds. Getting ready for the May 18th and 19th festivities.