CHILDREN'S PROGRAM AND SPECIAL RATES FOR 20 AND UNDER

We are pleased to provide two options for people 3 to 20 years old: a children’s program for ages 3 to 12 and special rates for ages 20 and under who will attend the main conference sessions. Children 2 and under may attend the sessions for free with an adult though we ask if the child gets noisy, that the adult take the child out of the room so as not to disturb others or the recordings. 
 

OPTION 1 — 20 AND UNDER ATTENDING MAIN CONFERENCE SESSIONS
 

Friday–Sunday sessions and 5 meals – $250 

Friday–Sunday sessions and no meals – $150 

One day with lunch (no dinner) – $85

Ages 2 and under: free

 

OPTION 2 — CHILDREN'S PROGRAM FOR AGES 3 TO 12
 

All children ages three to twelve who are potty trained are welcome to participate in the Wise Traditions Children’s Program. Children in this program do not attend the regular conference sessions.

 

The children's program costs $250 and goes from Friday to Sunday. It includes Friday lunch, Friday dinner, Saturday lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch. Children attend meals with their parent. Please note this does not include the Saturday night banquet; children will stay in the program for Saturday evening and food will be provided. For no meals, the rate is $150.

SAMPLE CHILDREN'S PROGRAM SCHEDULE – SUBJECT TO CHANGE

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21
 

Make conference name tags, tote bags, and art project

Lesson: Movement with guest
Lesson: Health Benefits of Kombucha with guest
AM snack – nut butter on apples
PM snack – kombucha

Friday Evening – Movie Night – *Those registered for meals, will enjoy the buffet dinner with the registered conference attendees. We will be serving popcorn cooked in coconut oil with butter and sea salt as a snack during the movie.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22

Make labels for the fermented vegetable jars children will take home.
Lesson: Benefits of Ghee with guest
Lesson: How to make Fermented Veggies with guest

AM snack – bone stock and ghee
PM snack – fermented vegetables

Saturday Evening – Dance and Party – *The Saturday night does not include the banquet dinner. The children will be served heavy hors d'oeuvre such as cheese, sausages, fruit, a ferment, bread and butter (the menu is subject to change but this gives a general idea). 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23

Lesson: Pasture Feed is Best with guest Sally Fallon Morell
Lesson: Living Organisms in the Soil with guest

AM snack – meat bars
PM snack – cheese, cheese and did we say cheese?

All children in attendance will participate by assisting with snack preparation. Program content and snack/meals are subject to change without prior notification.