Goapele, a summer camp "lifer", will be hosting the Humanitarian Awards at the Duveneck Dinner September 19th. Former camper and counselor, she is a Billboard Charts Soul and R&B singer/songwriter who has moved audiences around the world.
The Duveneck Dinner, our premier fundraiser, is happening this month.
Make sure to get your tickets for Hidden Villa’s farm-to-table dinner, silent auction, and Humanitarian Awards.
Week of Presidents' Day 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Morning Farm Tour
Saturday, Sept. 12
11:00am - 12:30pm
Taste a root, come face to snout with a pig, and discover the connections between sweaters and sheep on a guided tour of Hidden Villa's farm and educational garden. Under 2 years old, free of charge.
Yoga Hike with Patricia Joy Becker
Saturday, Sept. 26
9:30am - 2:00pm
This yoga hike is a fun and social way to have a whole new yoga experience while enjoying the trails. We combine the cardio benefits of well-paced hiking with strengthening yoga moves for an intimate group workout that is accessible to yoga practitioners of all levels.
Sunday, Sept. 30
1:00pm - 4:00pm
At this honey harvest workshop you'll get to help with each step of the process, including learn how to tell when honey is ripe, uncap frames and spin them to remove honey from the comb, and jar and take home a bottle of local raw honey that you harvested.
21st Century Learning has arrived, and with it come Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Hidden Villa is poised and ready- we are exceptional at engaging a child’s curiosity and exploring the “whys” and “hows” of science. At Hidden Villa students get excited about science. Right now we are working with teachers and other education organizations to repackage our programs to better serve our students and continue doing what we have always done — have fun while exploring the natural world. Read the full Insider's Update.
55 Years Young and Celebrating...with Matching Donations
When you give a gift in the month of September, our Board of Trustees will match it dollar for dollar up to a total of $55,000 to celebrate our 55th year as a nonprofit. Give before September 30th online, through the mail, or at the Duveneck Dinner and we will celebrate our programs together.
We are EXPLORERS
No school today? Join us for our new program offered for children ages 6-11. Participants will explore our trails, educational gardens, and barnyard. This program inspires curiosity and investigation through experiential learning.
Register on the left bar.
Become a Weekend Farm Guide
Saturday, September 26
9:30am - 3:00pm
Introduce our weekend visitors to the wonders of Hidden Villa's farm, garden and wilderness. A full day of training and community building will happen on September 26th, so no experience is necessary. We're excited to have you join us!
Leadership that Works
Hidden Villa is partnering with Leadership that Works to offer Coaching for Transformation Certification, an accredited program that leaders in many sectors are using to re-imagine what's possible for our communities and the world. Coaching supports people create inclusive, innovative strategies with heart felt enthusiasm and real accountability. Extra early registration ends October 31.
If you're interested in a complimentary 30 minute call to learn more about the power of coaching click here.
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Hidden Villa was originally the home of Frank and Josephine Duveneck and their family, who over the years made the ranch into a place for environmental discovery, social awareness, and community involvement. Today, Hidden Villa is a nonprofit educational organization that uses its organic farm, wilderness, and community to teach and provide opportunities to learn about the environment and social justice.
Suzanne Allcroft, Sofia Pablo-Hoshino, and Maggie Shields.
Laurie Aubuchon, Joel Bartlett, Dan Quinn, and Lucy Zhang.
Thank you to each and every one of you who help pave the way towards a more just and sustainable future!