Summer hostess position, June 24 - July 26 Sophia’s Hearth Family Center is looking for a summer hostess to support our early childhood teacher education Summer Institute and professional development programs. Our hostess will make all our students and international faculty feel warmly welcomed to Keene and especially to Sophia’s Hearth! She will create and take care of coffee breaks at two course locations and will support our caterer, Luca’s, to set up our midday meal under our big tent. Additionally, she will help prepare student materials. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet our students from all over North America and have an energetic month being part of Sophia’s Hearth. Dates are from June 26 to July 24; this is a 9-5 position. Please call or email Cynthia (357-3755, firstname.lastname@example.org) to share your interest.
Plant Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, rain or shine
Children's Activities - weather permitting 10 - 12 am.May celebration for children begins at 10 a.m., weather permitting, and will include a variety of crafts activities including
- making ribbon wands
- pinwheel making
- fairy houses in the woods
Morris dancers from the Harrisville Women's Team and Jack in the Green Men's Team will join us!
Come hear their bells and dancing to welcome spring!
The plant sale will proceed rain or shine! Plants include a wide variety of perennials for all seasons from private gardens in the region, annuals including herbs, flowers including begonias of all types, ornamental sunflowers, patio tomatoes and other vegetables. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to find all your spring gardening plants and support Sophia’s Hearth at the same time.The Growing Plant List for Our First Annual Plant Sale! Check back for more additions!
White Siberian "walking" iris Pale Lavender and Yellow Bearded Iris Daylily "Tarantula" Coral bells Black Eyed Susan Astilbe mix of White and fuschia plumes Perennial Alpine Strawberries Pulmonaria Queen of the Meadow Scilla siberica clumps Ladie’s Mantle Nepeta (ornamental catmint) Lamb’s ears (see photo) Lemon balm Annual re-seeding forget-me-nots Poppy Helen Elizabeth (salmon pink) Miniature Iris Bing Cherry Hellebore seedling Primula vulgaris, pale yellow (see photo) Bloodroot (see photo)~ Annuals~ Tuberous Begonia Crackling Fire Begonias Lemon Zest Annual Dahlia Hanging Baskets Basil Mixed coco planters Window Boxes with Mixed Annuals Mixed Annual Patio Planters ~ 6 Packs ~ Pink Annual Vinca Flower Annual Sunflowers Mixed Vegetable & Herbs
in Keene, New Hampshire brings Waldorf education to programs
We offer a childcare program, parent-infant
outreach support in the Monadnock region.
Our professional development programs bring Waldorf early childhood education to educators across the U.S., Canada and internationally.