Begin your adventure around our welcome fire sipping some tea from our land. Then join our guides on a night hike or snowshoe through old growth Wabanaki forest along a trail lit with torches to lead the way. During your walk, notice how the light dances along the forest floor and connect to your senses as you interact with natural elements. Back inside at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, tap into new inspiration and be guided through a collective and connected charcoal drawing activity using our house-made charcoal. Afterwards, savour a communal Raclette dinner with a mix of European and local ingredients, as you explore the stunning nighttime landscape, unleash your creativity, and bond with fellow adventurers. Suitable for adults and children alike.
Price: Starting at $150.00 per person + HST + booking fee.
Includes a guided nighttime forest walk, snowshoes and poles (feel free to bring your own pair if you have them), house made charcoal and drawing paper, guided collective and connected charcoal drawing activity, and raclette dinner (V, GF options available).
Check availability and book your experience HERE.
Good to Know:
Giving voice through the arts, Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is a unique institution in Canada, bringing together the best in arts education for youth with community and professional artists programs. Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is a research and development centre for the arts of all disciplines and cultures, and is proud to help facilitate the development of new art from around the world in wonderful facilities on a spectacular farm in rural Nova Scotia. Spanning about 175 acres, the farm rests mostly on Wabanaki Forest in the Sipekni’katik region of Mi’kma’ki.