Aug 8 Plants & Planets: Astro Garden Tour

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Aug 8 Plants & Planets: Astro Garden Tour

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Jaysen Paulson Hawthorne & special guest Gradey Proctor

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Plants & Planets: Astrology Garden Tour

Special Outdoor Class! Special Guest!

To be connected above and below is part of the essential human experience. Both the cosmos and the plants were recognized as having an interconnected relationship for much of human history. Join special guest Gradey Proctor of Arctos School of Botanical Medicine and Portland School of Astrology astrologer JP Hawthorne for a special neighborhood herb walk that will combine common northwest plants grown right here in Portland, with the relationship those plants have to the signs, planets and people. 

Class includes a free chilled beverage!

Level: 1-Novice, 2-Beginners, 3-Intermediate, 4-Advanced see level scale

Subject: Health, Self Discovery Through Astrology, Magical Astrology

Date: August 8th, 6-8pm

Location: Meet at the eastside of Sunnyside elementary school's fenced garden, 3421 SE Salmon St. 

Class Size: 6 student minimum.

Teacher: Jaysen Paulson Hawthorne and Gradey Proctor

Hermes Helper: Work Trade is not needed for this event.

Payment: Payment via the website is strongly preferred, cash and check can be given at the door, but there might not be space available if you don't register through the website. We offer a sliding scale to accommodate students at various economic levels. Please select the amount that you feel most comfortable paying. Sliding Scale A benefits the Jen Gouvea Memorial Scholarship Fund. Sliding Scale B helps with our community outreach efforts. We do not have payment plans for our classes in the Quarterly Term schedule.  Please contact us if you have any questions. 

As always, all classes in the quarterly term schedule are open to the public.