Ramah Darom will host its first Farm 2 Table Tu B’Shevat program Feb. 10 to 12.
The family-friendly weekend at the 122-acre retreat center in Clayton will feature workshops on sustainability and conservation, with hands-on gardening and cooking classes, guided hikes, and meditation, all focused on creating a healthier lifestyle from a Jewish perspective.
Cooking demos will be led by guest chef Jenny Levison, the founder and owner of Souper Jenny.
As an alternative to spending the whole weekend at Ramah Darom, you can attend only the Farm 2 Table Green Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, including a special farm-to-table lunch and workshops.
The Sunday-only price is $36 for adults and $18 for ages 4 to 17. The cost for the whole weekend starts at $150 for ages 18 to 30 and $300 for ages 31 and up and is $100 for ages 4 to 17.
For additional information, visit ramahdarom.org/programs/farm-2-table-tu-bshevat, or call Emily Kaiman at firstname.lastname@example.org.