• DIY ELDERBERRY SYRUP - HANDS-ON

    Easy Elderberry Syrup with Crystal Stevens

    Saturday, Oct. 19. - 1:00-2:00 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Elderberry syrup is an amazing immune boosting herbal remedy that offers support during cold and flu season. Join Crystal Stevens, herbalist, farmer, and author of Grow Create Inspire in this hands-on Elderberry syrup making workshop. Crystal will share how to grow elderberries in your own backyard. She will discuss the medicinal properties of Elderberries, echinacea, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves from Mountain Rose Herbs. Participants will be able to make their own elderberry syrup to take home.

    Limited to 40 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9834
  • EASY ANTI-INFLAMMATORY SNACKS - HANDS-ON

    Easy Anti-Inflammatory Snacks with Shawna Coronado

    Topeka, Kan. - Sunday, Oct. 20 - 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Author and wellness expert, Shawna Coronado, will be your guide on this one hour adventure to better health and wellness. Shawna, diagnosed with severe Spinal Osteoarthritis in 2015, has reduced her pain levels by more than 80% by tapping into beneficial diet, food, and health practices which she has stuck with for 3+ years and going strong. She dreams of inspiring more people who suffer from fibromyalgia, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, and other chronic inflammatory pain conditions, how they can reduce their pain levels with a smart anti-inflammatory diet and exercise plan.

    Utilizing Shawna’s latest anti-inflammatory food plan and cookbook Stacked with Flavor as a guide, workshop attendees will learn how to prepare smart anti-inflammatory snacks that have TONS OF FLAVOR. During the class Shawna will also teach secret tips on how to stick consistently to an anti-inflammatory diet and exercise routine.

    Limited to 60 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9836
  • GETTING STARTED WITH A DROP SPINDLE - HANDS-ON

    Get started with a drop spindle. With Deborah Niemann

    Topeka, Kan. - Saturday, Oct. 19 - 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Is learning to spin on your bucket list, but you're not sure about investing a few hundred dollars in a spinning wheel? Attend this one-hour, hands-on workshop and get started spinning with a drop spindle. We'll provide the spindle, wool, and instructions so that you leave the workshop with your very own handspun yarn.

    Limited to 40 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9842
  • HAND-STITCHING LEATHER - EXTENDED

    Hand-Stitching Leather with Dennis Biswell

    Sunday, Oct. 20 - 2:00-4:30 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Learn three leather stitches – blanket, saddle, and whip stitch – and the times when each is used. Participants will receive a kit that includes the leather pieces to make a 4-inch-by-6-inch pouch, needles, artificial sinew, and instruction on how to sew the pouch together using the three stitches.

    Limited to 40 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9831
  • MAGIC MOZZARELLA SESSION 1 - HANDS-ON

    Magic Mozzarella

    Saturday, Oct. 19 - 10:00-11:00 a.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Dairy expert Gianaclis Caldwell shows you how to make mozzarella, stretch it, and eat it, all in one hour!

    Limited to 39 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

    Workshop times are subject to change.

    This workshop routinely sells out, so another production of this workshop takes place on Sunday, Oct. 20, from 10:00-11:00 a.m.

    Item: 9832
  • MAGIC MOZZARELLA SESSION 2 - HANDS-ON

    Magic Mozzarella

    Sunday, Oct. 20 - 10:00-11:00 a.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Dairy expert Gianaclis Caldwell shows you how to make mozzarella, stretch it, and eat it, all in one hour!

    Limited to 39 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    This workshop routinely sells out, so another production of this workshop takes place on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10:00-11:00 a.m.

    Item: 9833
  • NATURAL BEAUTY - HANDS-ON

    Natural Beauty from the Garden with Janice Cox

    Saturday, Oct. 19 - 2:00-3:00 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Plants make us happy, healthy, and beautiful. Learn to plant your own healthy skin care container garden full of useful herbs and flowers that can be made into body care products such as shampoos, toners, lotions, and bath products. Your garden is the ultimate “health spa.” It has been scientifically proven that people who go outdoors regularly and work with plants are happier, healthier and less stressed. Herbs and flowers are key ingredients in many body care products. Learn DIY beauty basics and make a luffa soap bar, fresh parsley toner, lavender hair rinse and herbal bath soak to take home and enjoy.

    Limited to 60 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9837
  • SOURDOUGH STARTERS - HANDS-ON

    Sourdough Starters with Victoria Redhed Miller

    Sunday, Oct. 20 - 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

    Note: Hands-On workshops can only be accessed by FAIR passholders. Before purchasing this workshop please order your advance pass to the Kansas FAIR. Tickets will not be sent in the mail for this workshop. You will check in at the event with the number of tickets purchased in your party. Please save your order confirmation.

    Get your hands dirty and learn new homesteading skills! PLUS you take what you make!

    Making and maintaining your own sourdough starter is simpler than you might think. Experienced sourdough baker Victoria Redhed Miller, author of From No-knead to Sourdough: A simpler approach to handmade bread, leads this hands-on experience where you will take home your very own sourdough starter. Victoria will also demonstrate basic breadmaking techniques and answer your questions about sourdough breads.

    Limited to 60 participants. All Hands-on workshop are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Workshop times are subject to change.

    Item: 9835

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