Hart House Farm: A Simple Saturday

Details: Stressing out over exams? Anxious about the holidays? Join us at the Hart House Farm for a full day of relaxation!


For this event we’re keeping the activities to a minimum to allow more time to explore the farm’s trails, relax in our wood-fired sauna, or to just find a corner to read! The Hart House Music Committee will be joining us to perform a laid-back acoustic concert. For those interested, we’ll be hosting a baking workshop as well as homemade body scrubs. Play cards with friends, curl up on the couch to finish (or start!) reading that great book, or take a hike. Whatever you choose to do, the day is yours to calm your mind and boost your spirit. Hope to see you there!


When: Sat., Dec. 7, 10 am–7 pm

  • Buses depart from Hart House at 10 am (and arrive at the Farm at 11 am)
  • Buses depart from Hart House Farm at 6 pm (and arrive at Hart House at 7 pm)
  • Please be waiting at Hart House at 9:30 am so we can make sure that everyone is on the bus

Where: Hart House Farm




Special instructions for participants:

  • If you are planning to participate in the homemade face scrub workshop, please bring your own containers so you can take some home
  • If you are planning to participate in the meditation workshop, please bring appropriate attire
  • Lunch and dinner will not be provided: please bring snacks, food, and a water bottle
  • Open to students and Hart House Members
  • Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather
  • Bring your swimsuits to enjoy the spring-fed ponds and sauna (no lifeguards are on duty, so swim with a “buddy” or group)
  • Pets are not permitted at the farm


Please note that no children under 18 months will be allowed on bus; any young child on the bus must be able to sit up on their own (support their own weight) and have a parent/caregiver sitting beside them.


For more information: Look up the Hart House Farm Committee on Facebook!

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