Join us at Kricklewood Farm for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon in the country and learn a traditional skill at the same time: goat milk soap making.
The workshop begins at 1:00 pm with a trip to the barn for a lesson in goat milking and to meet all the other animals. (Rubber boots or old shoes are recommended.) Anyone who would like to try milking is invited to step up and give it a try. The goats love attention as do the pot-bellied pigs Pitou and Petunia. This is a good time to visit with the baby goats too! Be sure to bring a camera for some great photos. After milking the workshop begins.
Using the cold process method of soap making, you will learn how using goat milk, a variety of fats, lye, herbs and essential oils will create an all-natural, high quality bar of soap. This is a hands on workshop with small groups making their own batch together to take home and enjoy.
The workshop runs from 1:00 until about 4:00 pm. Cost is $35, tax included and you can sign up on our workshops page: We’ll ask for payment ahead of time to hold your spot. (If you have to, cancellations 2 days prior are ok so we can fill your spot).