Tag: Rachel Knudson

Exploring the Small Farms of Bainbridge Island – Wardwell Farm – Nature and Garden Inspired Education Through Creativity

Exploring the Small Farms of Bainbridge Island – Wardwell Farm – Nature and Garden Inspired Education Through Creativity

Nestled on a small road, just 2.5 miles from downtown Winslow, sits a 7-plus acre property with vegetable gardens, an orchard, goat and chicken enclosures, quaint buildings surrounded by tall shade trees, gently rolling open grassland, spaces for volleyball, pickleball, …

The Kindred Spirit Mailbox Project is Uniquely Bainbridge!

The Kindred Spirit Mailbox Project is Uniquely Bainbridge!

For infamous “Mailbox Lady”, Denise Stoughton, discovering the Kindred Spirit Mailbox on Bird Island in North Carolina was a magical experience, one she immediately wanted to share with Bainbridge Island.

Denise began her “mailboxing” quest last year after she …

Scrappy Art Lab is back and their partnering with KiDiMu and Wardwell Farm

Scrappy Art Lab is back and their partnering with KiDiMu and Wardwell Farm

For teacher, facilitator, collaborator, lifetime illustrator and dabbler in many forms of art, Rachel Knudson, opening up Scrappy Art Lab on Bjune Drive in 2019 was a wonderful way to engage children of all ages and their families in …

A Happy Goodbye…Scrappy Art Lab is closing its doors…Special Art & Build (Saturday, December 17th) and Art Kits To-Go on shelves.

A Happy Goodbye…Scrappy Art Lab is closing its doors…Special Art & Build (Saturday, December 17th) and Art Kits To-Go on shelves.

Having spent several years teaching preschool and facilitating after school activities and summer camps, Rachel Knudson decided to launch her own creative reuse art studio in Berkeley, CA in 2011 (Sticky Art Lab). She left it behind to …

Scrappy Art Lab – Making Art With Less Waste

Scrappy Art Lab – Making Art With Less Waste

As a young mother, teacher and artist, Rachel Knudson actively looked for a space (outside of her home, and specifically her dining room table) where she could take her kids to craft and create art in a social environment using …

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