with Marnie Dangerfield
The fourth Wednesday of of each month starting June 22 to November 23 at 1pm – 3pm
Pause for a guided break in the garden each month while connecting with others in your community in a kind, compassionate, creative garden space. The intention of these gatherings is simple: have fun while connecting with yourself and others in the beautiful garden setting. Experience the many mind/body/spirit benefits of being in the garden and connecting with others and with nature.
Let’s journey through the garden year together and notice the pace of nature as it transforms through the seasons. This is an opportunity for you to set aside time each month to pause for your well-being with a playful guide. Each gathering will have a theme and you can expect curated information and activities connected to gardening, well-being and creativity. No experience necessary. Bring your kind curiosity and sense of play as best you can.
Each gathering stands alone, you do not need to attend them all, but if you do you will get to connect with the seasons, changes and cycles in the garden. These are a co-creation, each person attending is important to the experience, let’s learn and grow together! All are welcome by donation, however, registration is required.
By Donation – Registration Required
Register online below or call 250 479 6162
Marnie Dangerfield is a Wellness and Intentional Creativity® Guide and Gardener who regularly experiences moments of awe, wonder and joy in the garden. Her passion and curiosity are focused on healing relationships with self, nature, and your innate creative power in order to co-create beauty, joy, hope and well-being for you and the planet.
Born and raised in Victoria BC, she is a graduate of the Pacific Horticulture College and is currently pursuing training in horticultural therapy. Marnie believes in the power of bringing people together to connect with plants and place in creative ways, while having fun too.
Current creative inquiries include: Can gardens be healing spaces for you and the planet? What might change if we choose to intentionally co-create beauty, joy, hope and well-being in the garden? What future might we create planting seeds of love, kindness, compassion, reciprocity, and gratitude now?
Marnie’s business is called Grow Your Own Way Wellness and her business Haiku is “Grow with intention. Embody your true nature. Let love lead the way.” You belong, you matter and your choices, health and well-being matter too.