Category: Community Events

Steadfast First Annual Pig Roast Fundraiser

Please join us in supporting our program partner, Steadfast: Standing Firm Against Youth Homelessness, at their First Annual Pig Roast Fundraiser!* This family event will showcase Black Hog BBQ’s renowned spit-roasted pork barbecue. Side dishes, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages are all included! There will also be a silent auction, games, fishing, and music from Read More »

HOOP: Healing Ourselves and Our Planet

This is a 12-week support and action group focused on connecting through our shared experience of living through a climate crisis. Goals for the group will include processing grief, building resilience and self-care skills, celebrating the natural world, and taking action. This group meets every Tuesday from February 6th to April 23rd from 6:00-7:30pm. PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required to participate! Sign up using the registration link.

Winter Tree Identification Workshop

Upcoming community event on February 3 at 2pm! Come to ThorpeWood to learn about how to identify bare trees in the wintertime. We’re delighted to bring back Dakota Durcho, along with his colleague Bob Schwartz, from the Maryland Forest Service to share their wisdom. This is a FREE event! Registration required to attend. Register HERE!

Holiday Open House 2023

Join us for this FREE community event at ThorpeWood’s lodge!
Live music! Kids’ Crafts! Santa! Cookies!

3rd Annual Chestnut Roast!

Looking for fulfilling and festive ways to fill your fall with fun? Check out this event hosted by SilvoCulture at the TW lodge on Nov. 12! Ticket proceeds will go toward SilvoCulture’s goal to plant 1 million nut trees in the mid-Atlantic. All tickets are tax-deductible. Click here for more info and ticket sales:

Sept ’23: Week 4: CAC Recovery Fair, Umbrella Project, Camp Jamie and JHU!

September 21-28: We hosted Johns Hopkins University Applied Sustainabilities students under the care of Professor Paul Kazyak. This group stayed over in our homestead house for eight days. During this time, they were going on all sorts of educational field trips, learning about green building, pervious pavements, landfills, solar energy, composting, Leave No Trace, and Read More »