~WELCOME WINTER~

Winter Camping in the Pacific Northwest | Photography by @beau.ramsey

Here at Quiet Heart we are thankful for health, the trees that gave wood for our houses and warmth in our fireplaces, the winter sunshine, and most of all our wonderful students and families! What are you thankful for this season?

Big News for Quietheart! Website is under reconstruction, finally. Expect to see a new look by the end of February. We will feature online electronic registration forms and ONLINE payment. We ask for your patience during this time, especially with the calendar, when in doubt, call or email us with any questions. Like us on Face book!

Class Information !

Summer Camp registration opens February 15th!: Summer in the Woods begins June 27th- 2 week camp $ 345. Self-Sufficiency Camp- dates TBA. 1 week camp $235. Forest Camp-dates TBA. 1 week camp $205. Bear Camp in Woodinville-dates TBA. 1 week camp $205. Primitive Skills Camp- offered week of August 8th in Edmonds, offered week of August 15th in Woodinville, one week camp $215. More detail on summer camps to follow soon.

Girl's Track & Sign Workshop:  Preregistration is required for this course! A one day introductory course for girls ages 8-88 spent exploring tracks and signs of our Northwest animals. Held at Heirman Wildlife Refuge near Monroe on February 20th lead by Hawkeye.Class runs 9 am to Noon. Tuition is $40; adult with student is 50% discount.

Spring OWLE: We have spaces available in both Edmonds and Woodinville camps. Sign up your child for a season of being out in nature, making friends and learning responsibility and culture through games and projects. Camp begins Friday March 4th in Woodinville, Saturday March 5th in Edmonds. Hours are 10 am to 4 pm. Students aged 8 to 15 yrs. Fee for season is $612.00 (14 wks.). AS OF 2/6/16 STILL HAVE A FEW SPACES AVAILABLE.

Spring Ancestral Skills: Whether your student is a pro at rabbit stick and burn bowls from years of OWLE or if they've never even seen a deer track, Ancestral Skills has something for everyone. Help your teenager maintain a close relationship with nature through hands-on projects and skills that have been passed down through the generations, all within a safe and fun community of other young people. Registration NOW OPEN! Students aged 13 to 17 yrs. Tuition for season is $522. See Calendar for dates and outings. Enrollment also includes unlimited attendance at any OWLE camp.AS OF 2/6/16 STILL HAVE 3 SPACES AVAILABLE.

Pathfinders: Our first ever 5-7 year old program!  From January 14 to May 19. Join us in the woods for fort building, puddle jumping, tea making and endless curiosity and wandering Thursdays at St. Edwards Park in Kenmore. Sign up for the whole season or select the dates that work best for your family. Join the ongoing Thursday group for $280. for remainder of the season.  If individual days work best for your family, you can pay $48 per child, per day. Hours are 10 am to 2 pm. Preregistration is required. Starting in February Pathfinders will also be offered once a month on Saturdays. Class will run February 6th thru June 4th. Hours are 10 am to 2 pm. Five outings only $175. Or $48 per child for individual days. Again preregistration is required. AS of 2/6/16 there are only 2 spaces left for Saturday group...act soon.

Women's Survival: Can you start a fire using only a shoestring and a knife? Can you wander in the woods with ease, knowing you can find your way home? Gain confidence and independence in the forest through awareness and primitive skills in a supportive, fun setting. Class dates are March 5th, April 16th, May 21st, and June 18th. Tuition is $260. includes the start of your own personal survival kit. Feel free to sign up with a friend! Remember spaces are limited, sign your tribe up soon! AS OF 2/6/16 STILL HAVE A FEW SPACES AVAILABLE.

Men's Hunter Survival : Do you walk in the forest with the confidence that you could survive a night or two or even more out in the elements? Learn what it takes to be prepared, and learn the skills passed down from our ancestors that could save your hide even when those matches get wet and the last granola bar is gone.Class dates are February 27th, March 26th, April 9th, and May 7th. Tuition is $275. AS OF 2/6/16 STILL HAVE A FEW SPACES AVAILABLE.

For more information on any of these classes or other classes offered at Quiet Heart or to register, call us at 425-478-3494 or send us an e-mail. Keep an eye on your inbox for more details coming soon!

 

A LITTLE HISTORY:

Welcome to Quiet Heart Wilderness School.  Established in 1997, Quiet Heart is a wilderness education program designed to enhance students understanding of the natural world, and instill in them a sense of stewardship toward their planet and its creatures. Through exploration of nature, as well as the sharing of knowledge and lore of the Ancestors, Quiet Heart students gain a sense of comfort and respect for the natural world of which they are a part.  Led by experienced instructors, students will find courses and programs on topics such as primitive and survival skills, edible and medicinal plants, animal tracking, wilderness navigation, awareness skills, team building and problem solving.  Quiet Heart’s various programs range from “Through the eyes of a Naturalist” our preschool program, "OWLE" for 8 to 15 year olds, and many other family programs and courses.  Quiet Heart is all about learning by doing and having fun.

Quiet Heart has been serving families of South Snohomish and North King Counties from Seattle and Shoreline to Woodinville and Redmond  for over 15 years!

"Quiet Heart has offered my son the perfect environment to build his confidence in the outdoors and have fun at the same time."
- Anonymous
"I spent a day with Quiet Heart 'Finding Truth in Nature.' What these wonderful people shared was the calmness that can be felt in the presence of nature, the beautiful fit of all beings and the power of nature to heal. We spoke of mentoring and coming of age and coming to an age of wisdom. It was a profound day for me."
- Dawn
"Hawkeye is so knowledgeable, gentle, and grounded. He has taught my daughter how to connect with nature in ways that emulate conservation and preservation of our world."
-
Peggy

 

 REGISTRATION FORMS LOCATED ON REGISTRATION PAGE!

See you in the Woods!


 

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425-478-3494 | 23632 Hwy 99, Ste. F, PMB221, Edmonds, WA 98026