National, State & Multi-Chapter Events

    • 02/08/2023
    • 3:30 PM (CST)
    • 800 S. Marshall St, Marshfield, MO

    Hosted by LHG of Webster County, MO

    ***

    Seed Planting

    Ladies, want to know more about what seeds to plant for spring? Join us for our first gathering!

    Contact webster.mo@nlhg.org for more information.


    • 02/08/2023
    • 6:30 PM
    • 398 Rt 68, Rochester, PA

    Hosted by LHG of Beaver Co, PA

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    Bees/bees/bees!!! We will have a beekeeper at our February Gathering to educate on the 5 W’s of bees. WHO should raise bees, WHAT do I do to get started, WHEN is best time, WHERE is best place, and WHY to raise bees. This is a bee 101 session. Future classes to be set up for continued learning .

    Please email beaver.pa@nlhg.org with any questions.

    Nursing babies and ladies 16 and over are welcome! You do not have to live in Beaver County to attend. All levels of homesteading are welcome!

    We will also have our monthly homesteading basket raffle!! Tickets are $1 each (cash only please) Those who want to participate may purchase as many as you wish! All proceeds are used for the purchase of basket materials and supporting future activities of the group. Make sure to ask a board member how to score free tickets!!

    **INCLEMENT WEATHER/SNOW NOTICE**
    In the event of heavy snowfall in the days before a Gathering an alternate meeting location may be announced. Please check the event page or contact us at email above with questions
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    • 02/09/2023
    • 7:00 PM (CST)
    • 865 SE 22nd St, Pryor, OK

    Hosted by LHG of Mayes County, OK

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    Did you know that the Moon can help our Garden's flourish?

    Planting and harvesting by the Moon has been practiced for thousands of years, and just recently, it has gained renewed interest. Join us this month to learn about Gardening by the Moon's Phases! Our Presenter, in addition to sharing her knowledge and observations, will be personally walking attendees through completing a "Moon/Planting Calendar" for the month of March to get this season's gardens started.

    This month, we will also be bringing back our popular "LHG of Mayes Co., OK Testing Group"! If you plan on growing brassicas this year, you won't want to miss this! (Participation is free, but is limited)

    ~ Make sure to bring your extra dollars for this month's "Goodie Basket!" Remember, new attendees receive a FREE ticket into the drawing, as well as those who bring a new guest!

    ~ SOMETHING FUN! - Wear a shirt with the moon (or some form of) and a gardening hat to this month's Gathering!

    ~ If you are not feeling well, are running a temperature, or have been around anyone who is ill, for the safety of others, please stay home. We will have many more Gatherings full of useful knowledge!


    ***Gatherings are free to attend. Women, age 16+, and nursing babies are Welcomed! Please arrange childcare for older children.

    • 02/11/2023
    • 2:30 PM (PST)
    • 503 W Chocktoot St., Chiloquin OR 97624

    Hosted by LHG of Klamath County, OR

    ***

    Ladies come talk all things homesteading with us! We will be discussing DIY / natural cleaning products this month.

    • 02/13/2023
    • 11:30 AM (PST)
    • 821 N Spokane St, Post Falls, ID

    Hosted by LHG of West Kootenai County, ID

    ***

    *** PLEASE NOTE START TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 11:30***

    Join the Ladies of West Kootenai LHG as we continue working our way toward food storage security with the Food Storage Made Easy workbook.

    • 02/16/2023
    • 6:30 PM
    • 397 South Church St, Athens, GA 30601

    Hosted by LHG of Athens-Clarke County, GA

    ***

    Presenter Lara Jackson is owner/operator of Wolfsong Flowers, a small semi-urban cut flower farm in Bogart, GA.

    Gathering will be in the back room of the old Victorian house at 397 S. Church Street, Athens GA, 30605

    • 02/16/2023
    • 8:15 PM
    • Zoom Meeting Link will be emailed
    • 1
    Register




    Thank you so much for stopping by to see what’s happening in our Book Club!

    Current Book: The Rooted Life by Justin Rhodes

    Club Leader: Miranda Johnson

    How long:6 weeks, meeting weekly

    Focus: Join Miranda for 6 weeks to discover the delights of becoming part of your own food story.  

    Dates: Starting February 16th, every Thursday evening for 6 weeks

    Time:8:15p – 9:30p EST; 7:15p – 8:30p CT; 6:15p – 7:30 MT; 5:15p – 6:30p PST

    Group Size: 18 (we will need a minimum of 6 ladies to host)

    Commitment: Because there are limited spaces for this class, we ask you to seriously consider your commitment to the group before you sign up.  Check your calendar and your ability to interact during the zoom calls.  If you miss the first call, your spot will go to the next person on the waiting list.  

    You must have your book in hand by Week 2 in order to get the most out of this book club. 

    The purchase of the book is not included in the Book Club fee.

    Book club links and resources are shared at our online community, please click here to join.


    • 02/18/2023
    • 1:00 PM (PST)
    • 470250 US-95

    Hosted by Ladies Homestead Gathering of Bonner County, ID

    ***

    Join us at our FREE event as we learn about pruning fruit trees and how it improves the quality of your fruit from Ashlee Hoodenpyle, an experienced fruit tree pruner with a degree in Horticulture. Our February Tip Talk will given by Suzanne Talbert. She will be sharing all about anxiety and methods to overcome it. This month we are meeting at New Song Bible Church in Sagle.

    ALL LEVELS of interest and experience in homesteading are welcome! No acreage or livestock required. This journey is different for each of us. We respect and celebrate that!

    This group is all about doing things at HOME inSTEAD of going to the store. Remember, homesteading doesn't mean you have to do it all yourself.... come build a homesteading support system.

    Chapter Meeting starts promptly at 1PM. Ladies 16 and older, and nursing babies under 1 are welcome. Please, find alternate care for your other children. Thank you.


    • 02/20/2023
    • 6:00 PM (PST)
    • 1908 E Seltice Way, Post Falls, ID

    Hosted by Ladies Homestead Gathering of West Kootenai County, ID

    ***

    ***MAIN TOPIC*** Pruning Fruit Trees & Making a Fruit Guild

    Join the Ladies of West Kootenai LHG as Nikki Conley from Athol Orchards teaches us about pruning fruit trees 

    Marni Follett will be teaching us how and why we want to create a Fruit Guild. 

       WE WILL HAVE THE SEEDS FOR OUR SEED FUNDRAISER READY TO SELL 

    This month is also our quarterly Swap & Shop event. Any West Kootenai VIP may bring her homestead items to sell or swap.

    Don't forget!! Anyone who brings 3 canned food items to any Gathering in 2023 will receive a raffle ticket. Donations will be taken to the Post Falls Senior Center each quarter.

    Herb Talk: Lavender

    Want some time to be social??? Join us at 5:30 for a little bit of chit chat and time to get to know one another.

    Email westkootenai.id@nlhg.org with the subject line CONTACT INFO to be added to our contact list.

    Do you love LHG? We'd love for you to invite a friend to join us!! 

    ALL LEVELS of interest and experience in homesteading are welcome! No acreage or livestock required.

    This journey is different for each of us. We respect and celebrate that! Chapter Gathering begins promptly at 6PM.

    Nursing babies and ladies 16 and over are welcome. Please, find alternate care for your other children. Thank you.

    ** If you feel even a little bit sick, are running a temperature above average or may have been exposed to Covid or the flu, please stay home. We can only continue to Gather in 2023 if everyone's safety is considered.**

    To learn more about the benefits of NLHG Membership we invite you to visit NLHG.org.

    Doing at HOME inSTEAD of going to the store.

    • 02/21/2023
    • 6:00 PM
    • 269 Ogden Center Rd, Spencerport, NY

    Hosted by Ladies Homestead Gathering of Monroe County, NY

    ***

    Come learn about starting your seeds inside for your Spring planting. We will be covering basics, hardening off, why use a heating pad, and time for Q&A.

    ALL LEVELS of interest and experience in homesteading are welcome! No acreage or livestock required.

    This journey is different for each of us. We respect and celebrate that!

    Nursing babies and ladies 16 and over are welcome

    To learn more about the benefits of NLHG Membership we invite you to visit NLHG.org.
    ~Doing at HOME inSTEAD of going to the store~


    • 02/21/2023
    • 6:30 PM (CST)
    • 801 W Okmulgee St., Muskogee, OK

    Hosted by LHG of Muskogee County, OK

    ***

    The Muskogee Chapter of the NLHG are excited to see the coming of Spring and plan our upcoming gardens, talk about seed starting, and have a seed swap.

    At our February gathering on the 21st we will be talking about getting ready to start our gardens, and all that goes with that. I know many us are probably in that same boat. You love the idea of growing a garden, or have played at it for many years but we all definitely have much to learn. We hope you plan to come and join us for this exciting topic.

    We are also planning to have a seed swap, so if you have any extra seeds you'd like to share please bring them in an envelope along with their description, and instructions to share with others.

    • 02/21/2023
    • 7:00 PM (CST)
    • 9472 OK-20, Claremore, OK 74019-6498, United States

    Hosted by LHG of Rogers County, OK

    ***

    Ladies Homestead Gathering of Rogers County is excited for the upcoming growing season!

    Carla Grogg is an expert in the world of OK Gardening and we are excited to for her to share her knowledge!

    Carla has a passion for taking a unique approach to gardening. Over the past 10 years of owning a garden center, she has loved connecting with gardeners and helping them create their most successful gardens. She has a passionate focus on sustainability and organic gardening for our community.

    For the presentation she will focus on successful seed starting, transplanting, proper seasonal plants, interesting perennials to attract pollination, raised beds vs. in ground, permaculture methods and maybe throw in some fruits and berries that are hardy and quickly review on how to combat fungus/disease and insect damage.

    Swap and Shop starts at 6:40. Bring any items to sell. Does not need to be homestead related.

    YOU DO NOT NEED TO LIVE IN ROGERS COUNTY TO ATTEND!

    We hope to see you all there! Please email Rogers.OK@nlhg.org with any questions.



    • 06/23/2023
    • 8:00 AM
    • 06/24/2023
    • 9:00 PM
    • 4779 Kidron Rd, Kidron, OH 44618
    • 135
    Register

    Join us in the heart of Ohio’s Amish country for two days of inspiration, learning, and connecting with like-minded women. You'll enjoy hearing speakers who will be sharing homesteading-specific topics, including our keynote speaker, Rebekah Rhodes. There will also be demonstrations and workshops throughout both days.

    Fri + Sat – $195.00
    This registration option includes:
    Workshops/demonstrations on Friday & Saturday

    Lunch on Friday, dinner on both Friday & Saturday
    $10 voucher for Lehman’s store
    T-Shirt
    Saturday Night Square Dance
    VIP Member Exclusive Meet and Greet with Rebekah Rhodes
    Lodging is not included

    Saturday Only – $150.00
    This registration option includes: 
    Workshops/demonstrations on Saturday
    Special speaker: Rebekah Rhodes
    Dinner
    $10 voucher for Lehman's store
    T-Shirt 
    Saturday Night Square Dance
    * Lodging is not included.

    Please note this event is for women 18 years and older.
    Cancellation Policy: This event is non-refundable. Tickets can be transferred, however shirt size and dietary choices cannot be adjusted after payment has processed.  

    This is a public event. Pictures will be taken for marketing purposes.

    Schedule for Event
    Friday, 6/23/23
    7:30 am - 8:20 am Registration: Pick up conference packet, Friday's wrist band
    8:30 am - 9:15 am Opening Ceremonies and Orientation
    10:00 am - 3:00 pm Ongoing Demonstrations Held in Store
    9:30 am - 10:30 am Sessions: 

    • Homemade noodles & ravioli...and sauce ➣ Amy Murry
    • Alternative, off grid lighting for the modern home ➣ Lori Showalter
    • Not your average, run-of-the-mill canning ➣ Sarah Thrush

    10:45 am - 11:45 am Sessions:

    • Homemade noodles & ravioli...and sauce ➣ Amy Murry
    • Alternative, off grid lighting for the modern home ➣ Lori Showalter
    • Not your average, run-of-the-mill canning ➣ Sarah Thrush

    11:45 am - 12:45 pm Lunch: Boxed lunches available
    1:oo pm - 2:00 pm Sessions: 

    • Homemade noodles & ravioli...and sauce ➣ Amy Murry
    • Alternative, off grid lighting for the modern home ➣ Lori Showalter
    • Not your average, run-of-the-mill canning ➣ Sarah Thrush
    • Fermenting - It's what's good for your gut ➣ Karen Geiser
    • Butter and Beyond - got milk?  ➣ Katie Turner 

    2:00 pm - 6:00 pm Free Time / Relax / Shop / Explore
    Dutch Kitchen
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Private VIP Member Reception with Rebekah Rhodes
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm All Attendees Dinner
    7:15 pm - 8:15 pm Keynote Speaker: Rebekah Rhodes
    8:15 pm - 9:30 pm Relax / Social Time / Network

    Saturday, 6/24/23
    8:00 am Registration: Pick up conference packet, Friday's wrist band
    8:30 am - 8:30 am - 8:45 am Details of the Day/s Events from Cyndi Ball
    8:45 am - 9:45 Sessions: 

    • Fermenting - It's what's good for your gut ➣ Karen Geiser
    • Butter and Beyond - got milk?  ➣ Katie Turner
    10 am - 11:00 am Keynote Speaker: Rebekah Rhodes
    10:00 am - 3:00 pm Ongoing Demonstrations Held in Store2
    11:15 am - 12:15 am Sessions:
    • Fermenting - It's what's good for your gut ➣ Karen Geiser
    • Butter and Beyond - got milk?  ➣ Katie Turner

    12:30 pm - 1:45 pm Lunch: Lunch on your own
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Keynote speaker: Rebekah Rhodes

    3:00 pm - 6:00 pm Free Time / Relax / Shop / Explore

    Dutch Kitchen
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Chapter Leaders Speed Learning: Fundraising/Membership Drive/Gathering Topics
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Business Meeting with Chapter Leaders
    6:00 pm - 6:45 pm All Attendee Dinner Year in Review - Atta Girls  
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Square Dance





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