Buckley’s proudly hosts classes to help you learn and hone your homesteading skills. From classes on how to make soap and other unique gift ideas to bee keeping and chicken farming, we always have something interesting to learn! See the list of upcoming events and classes below.
Join us for an introduction to beekeeping, and learn the basics for a successful start to this great urban homestead hobby.
Topics include necessary equipment, bee basics, feeding, pests and more.
$5 per person. Call and pay to reserve your seat; (719) 358-8510.
This is a hands-on class that will teach you the basics of cold process soap making. Diana Ford of Sweet Butter Soaps by Li'l Bit Farms will walk participants through one regular batch of soap, and then through a trickier batch with goat milk. You'll go home with gloves, goggles, 2 pounds of soap, and a new skill!
$60 per person. Call and pay to reserve your seat; (719) 358-8510!
Learn how to make all of these products in your kitchen with simple ingredients you can pronounce! During this class you will experience the simplicity and fun of making your own body products at home. Handouts and recipes are included and each participant will receive one of each product created in class. The retail value of those items alone is nearly $15!
$20 per participant. Call and pay to reserve your seat; (719) 358-8510.
Stop by and shop this edible landscaping plant sale featuring many plants not found at nurseries and big box stores. Expert growers Don Chilo & Becky Elder team up to help advise you on your selection.
Available plants will include the following:
AND a variety of newly grafted fruit trees:
Plants and trees will range in price from $5-$15.
Only cash will be accepted, and all sales are final.