Join The Seed Guild as they guide you through hands-on nature based workshops. Learn how to use natural and herbal resources to create an array of different projects with each class. These classes will provide participants with new and useful skills.

These classes are for anyone ages 16 and older.  Don’t miss this chance to re-wild yourself.

LOCATION: Scheig Center located at 1313 E. Witzke Blvd. inside Appleton Memorial Park
DATES: See topics below*
AGE: 16+
*Must sign up for each class individually”

In this hands on class, you’ll be learning about & how to craft a batch of your own immunity boosting herbal tonic, Fire Cider. This fiery tonic has been used for centuries to boost your immune system, can help treat colds/flu, and it can improve your digestive health. All materials included.

DATE: Thursday, March 14
TIME: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
FEE: $30
CLASS #: 414707-01


Time to center your energy and find relaxation by experiencing full body listening through a sound bath experience. Chimes, singing bowls, drums and gong are all used to help you slow down, quiet your mind and allow you to tap into your inner wisdom. For this experience, you are laying down so please bring a mat, blanket, pillow, and any other useful tools in your relaxation practice. Loose fitting clothes are recommended. 

DATE: Thursday, April 18
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
FEE: $45
CLASS #: 414707-02


As fall approaches, we are going to celebrate the beautiful leaves that keep us shaded all summer by incorporating them into a multi-layered colorful art piece. We will explore various different watercolor techniques to bring the paper alive! 

This class is designed for all ages and skill levels. You can sign up as an individual or bring a youth for a collaborative project. All supplies will be provided but do feel free to bring any of your favorite brushes, mixing trays or color sets. 

DATE: Sunday, August 11, 2024
TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
FEE: $60
CLASS #: 414707-03


About the Instructor: 

Kari Witthuhn-Henning is the founder of the Appleton Seed Library, an Outagamie County Master Gardener, avid seed saver and a budding herbalist. She believes that some of the most profound teachings and healing come from working on the land with plants. Blending the arts, sustainability, intentional living and community collaboration are what fuels her creative endeavors. To that end, Kari offers classes and educational nature walks to help people explore and deepen their connection to what grows right here in our beautiful Fox Cities.