A growing realization that we have become disconnected from the vital, everyday skills of hearth and home has fueled a resurgence in the common arts.
Come explore how the common arts dovetail elegantly with the liberal and fine arts in this new book by Chris Hall, Founder of Always Learning Education.
Our Agriculture and Preparedness courses are all discounted 25% until November 7th, 2021. Stay ahead of supply chain disruptions and inflation by growing some (or all!) of your food, keeping stock of key items, and having the skills to meet adversity head on.
Family participation is encouraged! The cost of each course includes immediate family members of all ages.
See course descriptions below for details. Calendars are forming now for winter and spring sessions.
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Build experiences around your philosophy, orient your endeavors, and assess where you are to see where you could go.
Curriculum by the unit or by the module, designed to expand horizons and cultivate conversation.
Experiences designed to integrate the liberal, fine, and common arts, from literature to farming and everything in between.
Joshua Gibbs teaches classic literature to high school students and adults. Over the coming year, Gibbs Classical is proud to offer four classes: Foundations of Modern Politics, British Ladies of the Nineteenth Century, The Divine Comedy for Beginners, and Modern Romance: The Cult of Courtly Love in Theory, Literature, and Film.
All courses are available on the Student level and the Auditor level. Discounts are available for bundled classes. The Student level is ideal for homeschooling high schoolers and the Auditor level is ideal for parents. Joshua Gibbs has been in the classroom for sixteen years, is the creator of the Proverbial podcast, a frequent blogger for The Circe Institute, and the author of How To Be Unlucky and Something They Will Not Forget.
Learn More: https://www.gibbsclassical.com/
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Our goal is to help you and your family get established in these new rhythms,
and to provide you with what you need to thrive.
Today's clutch of eggs. Twenty from the chickens and one from the goose. 25 Australorp chickens =
+ a full family meal/day, with leftovers
+ workable, high-nitrogen compost
+ lots of entertainment.
If you're considering keeping any number of chickens, turkeys, ducks or other fowl, let us help you get started! Livestock I is an introductory course covering all the basics (plus a few extras!).
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