A Place on the Prairie…

to connect with nature

and learn to live sustainably



The closer attention I pay to whatever piece of the world is before me

the more amazed I am by it…it is the specialness, the difference, the intricacy,

the ‘unutterable particularity’ of each creature, event or aspect of nature

that calls forth wonder and delight – a knowing that calls forth love

and a love that wants to know more. — Sallie McFague


Click on the link to our Calendar

for 2016 scheduled workshops,  retreats and events

Green Connections’ Sixth Annual

Earth Day Celebration

11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Saturday, 23 April 2016

Here’s the schedule:

11 a.m. Earth Day Festival begins.
All exhibits and activities will be ready.
1 p.m. Thanking-The-Earth Ceremony
1:30 p.m. Contra Dance with caller Louise Siddons,
fiddler Matthew Hill & friends

3 p.m. Cookout (Buffalo Hot Dogs and Corn on the Cob)


Join us for a day in the country, on the prairie, together, celebrating this wondrous and beautiful planet!

(And learn how and get inspired to live so that all can thrive!)

Alpaca wool Spinning and Felting with Lisa Piccolo
Solar Demonstration with Bruce Johnson
Bison Hot Dogs and Corn on the Cob
OKC Urban Ag Coalition and Sierra Club’s Pollinator Demonstrations

Smart Pots Exhibit
Making Seed Bombs with Transition OKC
Cosmic Walk
Thanking the Earth Ceremony
Tour of Straw Bale Hermitage
Tour of High Tunnel Garden
Walk the Prairie Labyrinth
Meet the Alpaca and Goats
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Traditional live music by Matthew Hill & Friends
Contra Dance, called by Louise Siddons

Green Connections’ Earth Day Celebration is an educational event that is free
and open to the public.

Let us know you’re coming, so we have a buffalo dog
at the grill for

580.725.3411 annbdenney@gmail.com         580.917.6011 pathoerth@gmail.com

To get to the Earth Day celebration…
Interstate 35  to exit # 203 (Billings/Marland/Hwy 15)
Turn right on Highway 15 and travel to second gravel road, CR 90. Green street sign on left. (It’s leaning.) Turn right.
Travel 1.25 miles. It’s on the right. Parking is to the south of houses and barns.


TRF Photos