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Top 5 November Experiences

Not quite autumn, not quite winter... you never really know what you're going to get with November. That's why we've filled this month with some awesome experiences no matter what this month throws at us -- rain, shine, or snow! 

Here are just a few great things you can take in this November at FortWhyte Alive.

 

1. Cozy Up With a Cabin Concert

Our popular Cabin Concert series is back, just in time for some cozy times listening to music fireside. Modern-day travelling troubadour Logan McKillop sings stories about the road and his home on the edge of Riding Mountain National Park. Throw in a bonfire, a marshmallow roast, and a cash bar and you've got yourself a great night out in the woods. Cabin Concert with Logan McKillop is happening Thursday, November, November 17.

 

2. Stare Up at the Night Sky

Back by popular demand! Astropub is a great opportunity to for adults to be a kid again (only this time, with cocktails). Climb inside the Stardome for an up-close and personal tour of the galaxy followed by some outdoor stargazing (weather permitting) by a warm fire. Astropub returns to FortWhyte Alive Thursday, November 10.
 

3. Hone Your Bread Baking Skills

This is your year to hone a new skill that will leave you nourished all winter long. Join us for a Sunday afternoon workshop at FortWhyte Farms to learn the art of sourdough, happening Sunday, November 20.
 

4. Make Handmade Goods at FortWhyte Farms

Come to learn, make and leave armed with a perfect handmade gift -- or simply a gift for yourself! Our hand-dipped Beeswax Candles workshop happens Sunday, November 13 while our Homemade Soap happens Sunday, November 27, both at FortWhyte Farms.
 

5. Combine Fresh Air + Cozy Cabin Vibes

This is your last chance of the year for Cabin Yoga. Join Ash Bourgeois for a hike out to our cozy cabin for a restorative yoga practice. Cabin Yoga is happening Sundays, November 13 and 27
 

Looking for more? Be sure to visit fortwhyte.org/events for complete event and program listings.

 

 

 

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