Additional Afternoon Tea dates 
will be posted during the year. 

June 30th: August and September dates will be posted.
August 30th: will include October and November dates.
October 30th: holiday tea dates for December will be listed.
January 2nd: tea dates for January and February will be posted.

Afternoon Tea - Thursday, May 19

Join us for an elegant Afternoon Tea in May. Afternoon Tea includes a fresh salad, followed by the traditional tea tray laden with assorted sandwiches, oven fresh scones, fresh fruit, and delicious desserts. A bottomless pot of properly brewed loose leaf tea will accompany your meal. Treat yourself and your friends to a well-deserved break as you find serenity in a cup, relax, and enjoy this charming olde world tradition.

Thursday, May 19th (Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00/person (includes tax and gratuity)

Apprentice Gardener Night

Join us Friday evening and volunteer to help weed the herb gardens during Apprentice Gardener Night. Benefits include an educational opportunity as you help to maintain the herb gardens under the guided tutelage of Susanna Reppert, surplus seeds or plants harvested from the garden, a 10% discount in the shop the night you help, and an herbal dinner in the tea room.

Friday May 20 (filled)
5:00 - 8:00 (call if bad weather threatens)
Free. Limited to 5 eager herb gardeners.

International Tea Day

Join us as we celebrate the day with tea samplings from around the world at The Rosemary House. Please visit and try some best selling hot and cold teas. Taste, sip and browse the shop and rest a moment in the fragrant herb gardens. Samples will be set up in the pavilion. Come! Enjoy! Experience new tea flavors.

Saturday May 21
10:00 - 4:00
FREE

Evening Weed Walk

Have you always wanted to learn what weeds are edible, medicinal or possible harmful? While strolling the back alleys of Mechanicsburg, we will identify some common weeds and their uses. Have a fun and relaxing evening. Gather in the garden for tea beforehand.

Tuesday, May 24th
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Fee: $10.00

Afternoon TEA Wednesday - May 25

Join us for an elegant Afternoon Tea in May. Afternoon Tea includes a fresh salad, followed by the traditional tea tray laden with assorted sandwiches, oven fresh scones, fresh fruit, and delicious desserts. A bottomless pot of properly brewed loose leaf tea will accompany your meal. Treat yourself and your friends to a well-deserved break as you find serenity in a cup, relax, and enjoy this charming olde world tradition.

Wednesday, May 25 (Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00, or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00/person (includes tax and gratuity)

Reclaimed Wood Planter Box - May 26

This locally made 20-inch box will be perfect for a small garden of herbs and maybe even a couple of veggies that will serve you well for years. We will discuss herb plants for your box and guide you in getting your box planted. Includes 10 plants. Bring gloves and dress for outdoors. Cedar Brill has offered to carry the finished planter to your car.

Thursday, May 26
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Fee: $65.00

Afternoon Tea Wednesday - June 1st

Join us for an elegant Afternoon Tea in June. Afternoon Tea includes a fresh salad, followed by the traditional tea tray laden with assorted sandwiches, oven fresh scones, fresh fruit, and delicious desserts. A bottomless pot of properly brewed loose leaf tea will accompany your meal. Treat yourself and your friends to a well-deserved break as you find serenity in a cup, relax, and enjoy this charming olde world tradition.

Wednesday June 1 (Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00/person (includes tax and gratuity)

Make your own FAIRY or DRAGON GARDEN

Transform an 8 x 12 whimsical log planter into a charming fairy garden. All supplies will be provided to plant and decorate this creative fairy garden. Pathways, gazing pools, sleeping nooks, arbors and more can be built. Fairy lore and fairy tales will be told as you create. Bring your imagination and take home a treasure to tuck in a sunny corner of your garden. Moms and youngsters work together on one garden. We receive many compliments on "how creative" this class is.

Wednesday, June 1
6:30 - 8:00 pm
FEE: $35.00

The Queen's Tea - Platinum Jubilee

This distinctive afternoon tea will honor Queen Elizabeth’s birthday and acknowledge her Platinum Jubilee, celebrating 70 years on the throne. Although her actual birthday is April 21, 1926, the official celebration is typically the third Saturday of June. Her ascension to the throne occurred on February 6, 1952, making her reign the longest of any British monarch in history. In England, royal festivities include a Service of Thanksgiving on 6/3, a Platinum Party at the Palace on 6/4, and a Big Jubilee Lunch on 6/5. Be a part of the festivities across the pond as you join us at this celebratory and festive repast fit for a Queen. Long Live the Queen!

Sunday June 5 (Filled)
1 p.m.
Fee: $60.00

Botanical Notecard Workshop

Create your own botanical notecard imprints. Each one of a kind and made with all natural plants and dyes. Everyone will make four (4) cards total utilizing two different methods. Instructors are Tina Sams of The Essential Herbal and Maryanne Schwartz of Lancaster County Soapworks.

Tuesday, June 7
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Fee: $20.00

Smudging Techniques

Burning of herbs or "smudging" is a ceremonial rite used by many cultures for cleansing or blessing. Is the ceremony of smudging something you want to explore? Do you "notice" things when you smudge? Which product is best for certain situation? Join local Shaman, Pat Banzhoff in a fun interactive evening of explaining the different plants used for smudging to clear a person or space with it. We will practice technique and how to receive "information" from our effort. Materials will be available to take home a mini-smudge stick.

Thursday, June 9th
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Fee: $25.00

Friday Afternoon Tea - June 10th

Full Afternoon Tea will be served today, including a salad, assorted tea sandwiches, oven fresh scones, fresh fruit, and fun desserts all featuring a sunny summer tea.

Friday, June 10th (Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00 pm  or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00 (includes tax and gratuity)

Passport to Africa - Full Afternoon Tea Party

Dust off your passport and get ready to enjoy the flavors and beauty of Africa. Faith Cohick, guest chef, will be teasing your taste buds with some flavors of Africa along with some American favorites. Our guest speaker, Debbie Arthur will captivate you with the adventures she enjoyed while visiting there. She is known for being a bit of a 'rebel' and you will find yourself holding your breath when she tells you about her up close encounter with a large wild cat.

Sunday, June 12th (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $40.00
(includes Afternoon Tea, program, tax, and gratuity)

Growing a Healing Herb Garden

Learn some of the medicinal herbs we can easily grow in this area. Instructions and guidance on when to harvest them and some of the simple preparations you can make with them will be featured in this class. This is a nice beginner's introduction both to gardening with herbs and medicinal herbs. Instructor is Susanna Reppert Brill.

Wednesday, June 15th
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fee: $20.00

Apprentice Gardener Night

Affectionately referred to as 'weed and feed' by previous volunteers, please join us Friday evening and volunteer to tame the herb gardens during Apprentice Gardener Night. Benefits include an educational opportunity as you help to maintain the herb gardens under the guided tutelage of Susanna Reppert, surplus seeds or plants harvested from the garden, a 10% discount in the shop the night you help, and an herbal dinner in the tea room.

Friday, June 17
5:00 - 8:00 (call if bad weather threatens)
Free. Limited to 5 eager herb gardeners.

Lovely Lavender Tea Party

What can be more relaxing than lavender? Relax with friends and enjoy this unique tea party infused with lavender, from the salad, to assorted sandwiches, scones, and luscious lavender desserts! Want to make it a full day of lavender? Visit the Castle Creek Farm Lavender Festival in Dillsburg first and then immerse yourself at this lavender tea party prepared by Sweet Remembrances.

Saturday, June 18th (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $45.00

Cooking with Herbs

Dianne Winters of Tansy Meadows herbs will lead this class on basic and simple ways to incorporate herbs into your meals. There will be light samplings and recipes provided. An avid gardener, Dianne will also cover a bit on how to grow, harvest and preserve your herbs as well.

Tuesday, June 21
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Fee: $25.00

Bird House Garden Decoration

Come have some fun and decorate a rustic wooden bird house. Some will already be attached to a piece of re-purposed stair-post and others will be ready to hang. We will supply all the cool adornments needed to decorate your bird house to please any feathered friend. Make the birdhouse fun, funky, country, or traditional. This class is great for all ages. Cedar Brill will be on hand with all tools needed to attach decorative pieces to the birdhouse to make it sturdy and ready to go.

Thursday, June 23rd
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Fee: $35.00



If Tea Cups Could Talk - Afternoon Tea & Program

 After enjoying a full afternoon tea prepared by Nancy Reppert of Sweet Remembrances, Judy Larkin of the Larkin Tea Company will present a program not only about tea, but also on the tea cups and pots it is served in. What would tea be without the teacup? Your tea-tasting pleasure will also be enhanced by knowing the traditions and history behind the other equipage such as caddies, cozies and doilies.

Sunday, June 26 (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $50.00

The Summer Stir-Fry (Demo & Tasting Session)

What better time to think about the stir-fry than when our markets and gardens are filled with the bounty of the growing season? We will explore stir-frying tips and techniques as well as how to incorporate this quick cooking technique to showcase our summer produce. Debbie Hartman of Thyme with Debbie is the instructor. Samples served and recipes shared.

Tuesday, June 28
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Fee: $30.00

Afternoon Tea - June 30th

 Full Afternoon Tea will be served today, including a salad, assorted tea sandwiches, oven fresh scones, fresh fruit, and fun desserts all featuring a sunny summer tea.

Thursday, June 30th (Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00, or 1:00 pm 
Fee: $40.00 (includes tax and gratuity)

Red, White, and Blue Afternoon Tea

Make your reservations today to celebrate our countries 246th birthday with a Red, White, and Blue patriotic tea. Show your love for this great country and wear your most patriotic apparel. Talented guest chef, Faith Cohick will prepare a full afternoon tea that highlights America, the land that we love.

Sunday, July 3rd (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $40.00

Saturday Afternoon Tea - July

Tea Sandwiches, Scones fresh from the oven, fresh fruit, and tasty summertime desserts all served with a pot of tea.  Delightful!

Saturday, July 9th 
Select 11:00 am, 12:00 pm (filled), or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00, (includes tax and gratuity)

TRIVIA Night & Tea Party

Join us for a delicious tea party and trivia night. Nancy Reppert will prepare a full tea party complete with sandwiches, scones, fresh fruit, and dessert after which Angelica Brill will lead us in a few clever rounds of Trivia. Exercise those grey cells at this fun evening event. Tip: Brush up on your music and more from the 2000s and earlier.

Thursday July 14th (Filled)
6:00 - 8:00
Fee: $40.00

Apprentice Gardener Night

Join us Friday evening and volunteer to help weed the herb gardens during Apprentice Gardener Night. Benefits include an educational opportunity as you help to maintain the herb gardens under the guided tutelage of Susanna Reppert, surplus seeds or plants harvested from the garden, a 10% discount in the shop the night you help, and an herbal dinner in the tea room.

Friday, July 15th
5:00 - 8:00 (call if bad weather threatens)
Free. Limited to 5 eager herb gardeners.

Make Your Own Herbal Medicine

Interested in learning how to make your own tinctures, salves, creams, poultices, bath blends and more. Susanna Reppert-Brill will demonstrate the many medicines that you can create from your herb garden. Everyone will sample, sniff, touch, or taste many medicines. Fast Moving, Entertaining and Informative, this is a very popular class. 

Tuesday, July 19
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Fee: $25.00

SereniTEA Thursday - July 21

Delight in the quiet, relaxed atmosphere of a traditional tearoom as you savor the delicious homemade culinary specialties unique to Afternoon Tea. Our menu features salad, a variety of sandwiches, fresh fruit, assorted sweets, and warm from the oven scones which complement your bottomless pot of properly brewed loose leaf tea.

Thursday, July 21(Filled)
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00/person (includes tax and gratuity)

Taking Tea and Tarot Reading

Enjoy a relaxing full afternoon tea provided by Sweet Remembrances and a four card private tarot reading by Rhonda of Dancing Moon Beam, Elizabethville, PA.
Each seating is limited to 12. Reserve early!

Sunday, July 24
Select 11 am - 1 pm (Filled)
or
Select: 1:30 - 3:30 pm (Filled)
or
Select: 4:00 - 6:00 pm (Filled)
Fee: $60.00

SereniTea - Thursday, July 28

 Enjoy deliciously elegant afternoon tea. Delight in the quiet, relaxed atmosphere of a traditional tearoom as you savor the delicious homemade culinary specialties unique to Afternoon Tea. Our menu features a green salad, variety of sandwiches, fresh fruit, assorted sweets, and warm from the oven scones which complement your bottomless pot of properly brewed loose leaf tea. Treat yourself and your friends to a well deserved break as you relax and enjoy this charming olde world tradition.


Thursday, July 28 
Select: 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, or 1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00/person inclusive

Mystery Author Meet and Greet

Join us in the gardens to meet Joyce Tremel, a native Pittsburgher. Joyce is the author of the award winning Brewing Trouble mystery series and the soon-to-be-released Homefront News Mysteries which she pens under the name Joyce St. Anthony. This cozy mystery series is a WWII Homefront Mystery featuring a gutsy and likeable sleuth. Gather in the garden for an opportunity to meet the author coupled with a book signing under the pavilion at The Rosemary House. Books will be on hand to purchase from Mechanicsburg Mystery Books.

Thursday August 18th
5:00 - 6:00 pm
FREE

Mystery Author Tea Party and Program

This delightful evening tea party will be prepared by Sweet Remembrances Tea Room and feature culinary delights with fresh herbs. After a delicious tea party, Pennsylvania author Joyce Tremel will start the conversation with her WWII history research and share her personal connections to the war. Check out her FB page, here.

Thursday August 18th 
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Fee: $45.00

Apprentice Gardener Night

Many hands make light work during Apprentice Gardener Night. Benefits include an educational opportunity as you help to maintain the herb gardens under the guided tutelage of Susanna Reppert, surplus seeds or plants harvested from the garden, a 10% discount in the shop the night you help, and an herbal dinner in the tea room.

Friday August 19
5:00 - 8:00 (call if bad weather threatens)
Free. Limited to 5 eager herb gardeners.

Passport to India Afternoon Tea Party

Pack your bags and get ready to enjoy the flavors and sights of India. Faith Cohick, guest chef, will create tea treats that combine both the taste of India and your favorite American flavors. Following the tea, Ayla Braley, world traveler, will give you a guided tour of India and introduce you to its culture, architecture, and wedding traditions. As the mother of the bride, she will be showcasing some of the clothing that was made especially for the wedding celebration.

Sunday, August 28 (limited availability)
1:00 pm
Fee: $40.00

FAIRY FESTIVAL - September 10 & 11

Calling all fairies, elves, wizards, hobbits and gnomes to this 26th annual event! Fairy Rose Fairy will be back to delight and entertain. Lots of crafts and activities including fairy wings to decorate, free fairy tattoos, free mining for gem blessing stones, free fairy dusted potpourri, and ivy halos.
Visit our “Fairy Food on the Fly” table. 
Check our website for the time schedule for music and entertainment (updated early August).
Perfect for ages 3 –11 and all who believe! Additional fees may apply for crafts.

Saturday, September 10
Sunday, September 11
10 am – 4 pm
Fee: $7.50 Admission


Rain or shine.
Please note: our gardens are unable to accommodate strollers, sorry for the inconvenience.

Apprentice Gardener Night

Consider volunteering to work in the herb garden during Apprentice Gardener Night. Benefits include an educational opportunity as you help to maintain the herb gardens under the guided tutelage of Susanna Reppert, surplus seeds or plants harvested from the garden, a 10% discount in the shop the night you help, and an herbal dinner in the tea room.

Friday September 16
5:00 - 8:00 (call if bad weather threatens)
Free. Limited to 5 eager herb gardeners.

Pennsylvania Tea Festival - Sept. 23 - 24

We are delighted to be the host for the fifth annual Pennsylvania Tea Festival. This event will be held in the herb gardens of The Rosemary House and Sweet Remembrances and celebrates the wide variety of specialty teas, herbal tisanes, tea preparation and tea culture. A range of tea merchants and vendors selling all things TEA will be on hand to share their knowledge about tea and tea culture. This two day event will feature lectures on tea, specialty workshops and tea tastings plus musical entertainment. Whether you are a beginning tea enthusiast or a seasoned tea guru, there will be something for everyone. Our Charitable partner for 2022 is Speranza Animal Rescue located in Mechanicsburg, PA. This non-profit, rescue, rehabilitation center and sanctuary is 100% volunteer run and is committed to saving the most abused and neglected animals with the goal of finding loving homes for these animals. Follow Speranza on Facebook. Our Tea Festival Sponsors include: Tea Time Magazine, The Mid-Atlantic Tea Business Association, Sally's ParlorThe Essential Herbal Magazine, Tea-For-All, Tea by Two, and International Tea Sippers Society and Kanlo Tea.

Be sure to 'Like Us' on Facebook and follow us on Instagram. Share your photos!  #teafestpa #PAteafestival

Tickets are $12.00 in advance or $15.00 day of event. Tickets will be available via Event Brite in July. If you want to avoid service fees, stop in at The Rosemary House to pick up your advance ticket. Or contact Susanna, she will mail them to you in advance!


Friday, September 23
Saturday, September 24
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Flavors of Fall Afternoon Tea

Can you smell Autumn dancing in the breeze, the sweet chill of pumpkin and crisp sunburnt leaves? Come, relax and enjoy all your fall favorites creatively prepared in miniature by guest chef Faith Cohick This flavorful fall Afternoon Tea party is sure to please from start to finish. 

Sunday, October 2 (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $40.00
, (inclusive tax and gratuity)

Kitchen Wreath

We are pleased to welcome guest instructor Linda Fortney to guide you through the technique used to craft your own kitchen wreath. Fresh herbs are used to make this beautiful 10-inch wire wreath to dry and proudly display in your own culinary setting. Also learn useful cooking tips for some of these flavorful herbs and take home your very own culinary herb chart.

Tuesday October 4
6:30 pm –8:30 pm
Fee: $30.00

For Medicinal Purposes only, wink, wink

Learn how to make sipping liquors and delicious cordials at home. Susanna Reppert will share her hints and tips for making your own herb and berry liqueurs many of which are said to be useful for the digestive system, a warming blend for colds, as aphrodisiacs or to support the immune system. Recipes included. This is a FUN class! Complimentary samples will be served.

Thursday, October 6th
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fee: $20.00

Edible Gifts with Herbs

Everyone loves a homemade gift!  Instructions to make vinegars, flavored oils, mustards, liqueurs, beverage mixes, herbal rice and other seasoning blends all made with either fresh or dried herbs will be shared. Participants will be provided recipes and taste samples!

Wednesday, October 12
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fee: $20.00

Five Steps to Perfect Skin

This hands on class will follow Rosemary Gladstars five steps and will include recipes for Miracle Grains, Facial Toner, Facial Steam and more. Fun! Lots of good and useful information in this session. Class instructor is Susanna Reppert. 

Thursday, October 20
6:30 - 8:00
Fee: $20.00


a hauntingly delightful Halloween Tea

Clever culinary artist, Nancy Reppert, will create a delightful afternoon tea party for you to enjoy with your family and friends. Costumes encouraged! Pumpkins, Spiders, Ghosts and a few other tricks or treats await you at this special afternoon tea.

Sunday October 23 (Filled)
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Fee: $50.00

The Secrets of the Still

Susanna Reppert will set up her small glass still and demonstrate distilling herbs to produce essential oils and their by-product hydrosols/floral waters. The conversation will continue into different ways oils and waters should and should not be utilized in the herbal home. Each participant will leave with a small hydrosol spray.

Wednesday, October 26th
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fee: $20.00

a hauntingly delightful Halloween Tea

Clever culinary artist, Nancy Reppert, will create a delightful afternoon tea party for you to enjoy with your family and friends. Costumes encouraged! Pumpkins, Spiders, Ghosts and a few other tricks or treats await you at this special afternoon tea.

Sunday, October 30 (Filled)
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Fee: $50.00

All About CHAI

Masala chai (or more casually shortened to 'chai' in America) is the traditional drink of India and defined as a blend of black tea, milk, sugar, and spices. We will explore the history of chai, the spices both "cooling" and "warming", and their health purposes as well as how to prepare a variety of chai tea blends and chai lattes. Susanna Reppert Brill of The Rosemary House is the instructor.

Wednesday, November 2
6:30 - 8:00
Fee: $25.00

Fashions of Election Day - Afternoon Tea and Program

All voters can enjoy a full afternoon tea followed by a program by fashion historian April Thomas on the History of Fashions and Tads throughout American elections. Wear your finest red, white, and blue, and enjoy the special tea time treats presented at this fashionable event.

Sunday, November 6 (Filled)
1:00
Fee: $50.00 
(inclusive, tea, tax, gratuity, and program)

FIRE CIDER and Herbs for Winter Health

Want to learn more about medicinal herbs? This is the class for you! We will explore the many herbs and remedies that can be used to keep you and your family healthy over the winter. Class will also review the many different versions of fire cider. All supplies will be provided for participants to make their own fire cider to take home. Remedies for coughs, colds, flues and general wintertime tonics will be explored.

Thursday, Nov. 17th 
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Fee: $25.00

Advent Calendar PotPourri

What better time to renew your enjoyment of the fragrances of the holidays? And what better way to do that then to create those aromas with potpourri? We will cover the basics of potpourri, from simmering potpourri to designing your own signature potpourri. Discover the 'how-to' of an Advent Potpourri that will get you in the spirit of the holidays, Each participant will receive 24 natural botanicals to create an advent potpourri at home in December. Join us for a fun filled class taught by Debbie Hartman and Jane Yocum.

Tuesday, November 29
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Fee: $30.00

Holiday Workshop & FestiviTEA

Enjoy an elegant and festive holiday tea party with scrumptious foods. The tea party alone makes this class wonderful but we will also create a natural woodland Christmas Tree shaped ornament. Sign up early for this one! It always fills quickly.

Sunday December 4th (Filled)
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Fee: $50.00

A Christmas Carol Tea Party

Let your heart be merry as we celebrate the magic of this holiday season at a delightfully elegant Afternoon Tea at Sweet Remembrances This very special holiday tea will be served in courses. Bottomless pots of tea are included, of course. This is a perfect way to relax and enjoy the music of the holiday season with family and friends.

Sunday December 11th (Filled)
1:00
Fee:  $60.00, all inclusive

Elegant Candlelight Evening Tea

Enjoy a relaxing and peaceful night out with your friends and loved ones at this special holiday event. Celebrate the season with this complete evening tea full of holiday touches. Elegant candlelight completes the event. 

Saturday, December 17 (Filled)
7:00 pm
Fee: $60.00, includes tax and gratuity

A Way of Life - Practical Herbalism Course - Monthly Sessions: Sunday, Jan - Oct, 2023:



The Rosemary House is excited to offer this 10 month immersive herbalism course beginning in January 2023 and running through October 2023. This class combines herbal pioneer and superstar Rosemary Gladstar's Science and Art of Herbalism Correspondence Material with Susanna Reppert's years of herbal experience. All participants will receive Rosemary's highly esteemed course (valued at $375). If you already own her course, we will happily deduct that from the cost of our program.

Practical Herbalism is the unique blend of extensive information and full sensory experience in the classroom and the garden. The Rosemary House which serves as the "campus" for this course is the not so silent teacher/partner in the program providing a venue that offers the herbs to see, touch, taste and smell while learning. A Way of Life Practical Herbalism Course teaches not just medicinal herbalism but dips into gardening, crafting, culinary and lifestyle tips with herbs.

About the Instructor: Susanna Reppert is a 6th generation herbalist eager to share her passion for herbs. In addition to being a student of Rosemary Gladstar's program and a graduate of David Winston's School of Herbal Therapeutics, she has a wealth of knowledge gleaned from 50 years behind the desk at The Rosemary House. Rosemary Gladstar whose course work will be the basis for the class, is a pioneer in the herbal movement and has been called the "godmother of American Herbalism". She is the founder of the California School of Herbal Studies, the oldest running school in the US and the author of the Science and Art of Herbalism at-home course. She is also the author of numerous books.

Program Includes:
  • All materials including Rosemary Gladstar's Art and Science of Herbal Medicine
  • A one year online subscription to The Essential Herbal Magazine
  • Presentation by Guest Lecturers
  • Tastes and Samples of Herbal Teas
  • Hands on "make and take" projects
  • Certificate from Rosemary Gladstar's Science and Art of Herbalism Course
  • Certificate from 'A Way of Life' Practical Herbalism Course (Note: Receipt of both Certificates based upon attendance and completion of assignments). 
Program dates for 2023:
Jan 15, Feb 19, Mar 19, April 16, May 21, June 18, July 16, Aug 20, Sept 17, Oct 15.
Program Time: Sundays 10am- 4pm
Program Tuition for 2023: $1,250.00 if registered before 12/15/2022; if registered after 12/15 tuition is: $1,400.00.
A deposit of $350.00 is required by Dec 1st.  Individual payment plans may be arranged.
Program Level: Beginner/Intermediate