Scheduled Classes and Events
Many of the classes offered at Sinking Springs are tailored to youth, and are suitable for 4-H, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Youth Groups.
Come join Ann Stubbs at Historic Sinking Springs Herb Farm for a one of a kind adventure to connect with nature through crafts and educational outings.
Ann holds a Master’s Degree in Art and Elementary Education from the Universty of Delaware. She has done commissioned pieces and educational programs for the White House, Campbell’s Soup Company and Longwood Gardens. Her passion is to inspire creativity through nature, in children and adults of all ages.
Join in a class or two and enjoy a hands-on experience that will spark a fire in you for the love of nature. Leave behind your fast-paced world and ground yourself in the comfort of the natural world. All generations are welcome, so make this an adventure for the whole family!
*To register, call 410-287-1000 or 410-287-1078 or refer to the link to the college catalog, her info is on page 39.
If you can’t make it on the day it’s scheduled, all classes are available continuously for as little as two students! Call Ann at 443.553.4618 to register and/or if you need directions to Sinking Springs.
Make your friends green with envy … invite them for a creative and delicious afternoon. Create a beautiful painting of flowers in a vase, perfect for all painting levels. If you ever desired to take a class at the Barnes Foundation Museum to learn about Impressionists’ techniques, the painting workshops at Sinking Springs Farm with Carol Mangano would be a runner-up! Experience the Impressionists’ frame of mind, use of color, and approach. Supplies and light refreshments included … 11”x14” canvas, acrylics. To register, please call Ann Stubbs, 443.553.4618.
Plein Air Painter
Moore College of Art
BS Art Education, Towson University
Master, Ed, National Board Certified Professional Teacher
1 session, 2 hours, $40
Create a Teacup Garden / Bird Feeder
If winter’s cold and lack of greenery has you down, fight back by crafting a lovely teacup garden for your home. Planting a teacup garden is a wonderful way to up-cycle and create a memorable planter for the windowsill, table or outdoor garden. These pretty projects are a recipe for fun. Container gardens, bouquet of roses, pot of herbs or a daisy topiary are clever ways to give your home a lift, or you could turn it into a bird feeder. Teacup gardens or bird feeders make great gifts and are delightful projects for parents and children to show the fun and creativity of growing or to simply watch the birds. So take time for creativity and savor the pleasure for months to come. Note: Students must provide teacups. Corresponds to personal enrichment course YES/YHS604.
1 session, 2 hours, $29
Course #: GAC604
Pressed Flower Picture Mats
April 6, 2019, 1 to 3:00 pm
Liven up your photos and paintings using pressed flowers to decorate picture mats. Pressed flowers make gorgeous decorative embellishments for all sorts of art and craft projects. Drying or pressing flowers ensures enjoying their beauty all year. Create totally noteworthy art pieces to proudly adorn and display on walls and shelves or make delightful gifts for family and friends. Corresponds to personal enrichment course YES/YHS607.
1 session, 2 hours, $29
Course #: GAC607
Below are weekly scheduled classes —
Pilates with Deanie Padham
Thursdays, February 28–April 11, 2019 from 1:30-2:30 PM
at Sinking Springs, 843 Elk Forest Road, Elkton
Sign up starts January 28th. Register by contacting Judi Brubaker, 410.996.8177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga with Shay Robb
Tuesdays, March 5–April 9, 2019 from 2:00 – 3:00PM
Sign up starts February 5th. Register by contacting Judi Brubaker, 410.996.8177 or email@example.com
Be watching for future events …