Category: AH Diary
Acorn Hollow North Georgia visits Rollens Planetarium and Young Harris Observatory to celebrate Festival of the Mind.
Acorn Hollow Switzerland’s July report: A Visit to the History Museum and the Castle of Valère.
AH Switzerland’s June Report. A trip to the Alpine Zoo ”Les Marecottes” .
AH North Georgia May Report: Holy Symbols!
Acorn Hollow Switzerland’s day trip to beautiful underground Lake Leonard!
Acorn Hollow Shropshire’s May report. The Green Man of Clun Festival!
Acorn Hollow Texas Ostara Report
Acorn Hollow Texas April Report
Acorn Hollow North Georgia takes a day trip to Fairburn, Georgia for the Georgia Renaissance Festival!
Not often in the Fall do we get the chance to hike, but our newest members saw the opportunity and invited Acorn Hollow on a hike in Camas, WA.
It’s that time of year when the evenings get longer and the chill in the air signals the coming Winter. Our ancestors celebrated these Winter Nights with bonfires and stories of their ancestors.
Ostara 2009 Gathering of Acorn Hollow N.W. UK
On March 21st, Othala Hearth OR and Acorn Hollow Texas hosted a celebration to mark Ostara. We were joined by Cindy, Doug and their family from the Ft. Worth area, as well as Lory and her two youngest from Acorn Hollow Denver who made the 15 hour drive out to be with us on this occasion!!
Friday, February 13th we had our AH activity. To coincide with Vali, Festival of the Family we focused on ancestry.
On February 20th, Othala Hearth and Acorn Hollow Texas spent a fun filled and educationally jam-packed day at the Houston Museum of Natural Science!
The primary purpose of the trip was to experience Gunther von Hagens’ traveling “Body Worlds” exhibit, …
Saturday February16th 2009 we explored the Colorado History Museum. I am taking a Colorado History class and for an assignment I am required to go to the museum and write a paper about it. When I pulled up the website to find out the times I also found they have a free weekend event for children called “Lets make history” from 11 am to 3 pm every Saturday.
We had our first Acorn Hollow N. Ga activity this January. To tie in with Charming of the Plough we went to Storm Mtn outside of Cherokee NC where the Davies’ Farm is located. It is a complete protected non operational farmstead (the buildings, etc are real not replicas and the site is the actual home site) from the 1800s.
We held our second family AH activity yesterday. The theme of the day was Thor’s Hammer.
Last week, Acorn Hollow Denver held it August meeting once again at Derek and Dixie’s house. Since this month we were celebrating Festival of the Mind – Discovery of the Runes, it was only fitting that we start the children off with a foundation for their runic journey.
We once again met at Huntsville State Park, once again braving the warning signs at the entrance that real live alligators roam the premises.