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In addition to the daily activities offered including cooking classes, village walks, Green Camps, Green School and Green Village tours, to various activities around Ubud, the following are some special events and ceremonies in Bali to look out for. Read up on them and ask us how you can participate in any of these events and ceremonies!

Jan
17
Wed
2018
Class: Textiles & their Place in Indonesian Culture @ Threads of Life
Jan 17 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

This fascinating class examines the history and traditional uses of textiles in Indonesia. Spice trade influences juxtapose with indigenous motifs throughout the archipelago: echoes of Indian trade cloths abound; imagery relates to defining aspects of the local environment; history and genealogy entwine. Uses range from traditional dress, to offerings, to the paraphernalia of marriages and funerals. The class includes an in-depth discussion of the ikat process and the use of natural dyes.

Rp. 190.000 per person for minimum 4 people
Register in advance with Threads of Life

Jan
20
Sat
2018
Ubud Organic Farmers Market @ Pizza Bagus
Jan 20 @ 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Organic, natural & healthy – home grown & home made – fresh organic veggies, healthy skin care, incense, mosquito & bug spray, jamu kunyit, healing plants, specialty breads & desserts, organic rice & tofu, dried fruits, wheat grass juice, healthy food books, organic free range eggs, organic vegetable seeds, cacoa, vinegar, sea salt, soy milk, tortillas, coffee, teas, honey & so much more – it’s a great place to meet friends, great karma, great support of local committed independent small farmers & businesses. (Ubud Community)
Jan
23
Tue
2018
Class: Introducing the Textiles of Bali & Indonesia @ Threads of Life
Jan 23 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This insightful class introduces textiles from across Indonesia, displaying the various ikat, batik and supplementary weaving techniques used by the nation`s weavers. A contrast is made between handspun and commercial threads, natural and chemical dyes, backstrap and mechanical loom weaving. There is an introductory discussion of the ikat dyeing process and the use of natural dyes. Focusing on Bali and Nusa Tenggara, the class also explores the ritual use of textiles.

Rp.75.000 per person for minimum 4 people

Register in advance with Threads of Life

Jan
24
Wed
2018
Class: Textiles & their Place in Indonesian Culture @ Threads of Life
Jan 24 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

This fascinating class examines the history and traditional uses of textiles in Indonesia. Spice trade influences juxtapose with indigenous motifs throughout the archipelago: echoes of Indian trade cloths abound; imagery relates to defining aspects of the local environment; history and genealogy entwine. Uses range from traditional dress, to offerings, to the paraphernalia of marriages and funerals. The class includes an in-depth discussion of the ikat process and the use of natural dyes.

Rp. 190.000 per person for minimum 4 people
Register in advance with Threads of Life

Jan
27
Sat
2018
Ubud Organic Farmers Market @ Pizza Bagus
Jan 27 @ 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Organic, natural & healthy – home grown & home made – fresh organic veggies, healthy skin care, incense, mosquito & bug spray, jamu kunyit, healing plants, specialty breads & desserts, organic rice & tofu, dried fruits, wheat grass juice, healthy food books, organic free range eggs, organic vegetable seeds, cacoa, vinegar, sea salt, soy milk, tortillas, coffee, teas, honey & so much more – it’s a great place to meet friends, great karma, great support of local committed independent small farmers & businesses. (Ubud Community)
Jan
30
Tue
2018
Class: Introducing the Textiles of Bali & Indonesia @ Threads of Life
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This insightful class introduces textiles from across Indonesia, displaying the various ikat, batik and supplementary weaving techniques used by the nation`s weavers. A contrast is made between handspun and commercial threads, natural and chemical dyes, backstrap and mechanical loom weaving. There is an introductory discussion of the ikat dyeing process and the use of natural dyes. Focusing on Bali and Nusa Tenggara, the class also explores the ritual use of textiles.

Rp.75.000 per person for minimum 4 people

Register in advance with Threads of Life

Jan
31
Wed
2018
Class: Textiles & their Place in Indonesian Culture @ Threads of Life
Jan 31 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

This fascinating class examines the history and traditional uses of textiles in Indonesia. Spice trade influences juxtapose with indigenous motifs throughout the archipelago: echoes of Indian trade cloths abound; imagery relates to defining aspects of the local environment; history and genealogy entwine. Uses range from traditional dress, to offerings, to the paraphernalia of marriages and funerals. The class includes an in-depth discussion of the ikat process and the use of natural dyes.

Rp. 190.000 per person for minimum 4 people
Register in advance with Threads of Life

Feb
3
Sat
2018
Ubud Organic Farmers Market @ Pizza Bagus
Feb 3 @ 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Organic, natural & healthy – home grown & home made – fresh organic veggies, healthy skin care, incense, mosquito & bug spray, jamu kunyit, healing plants, specialty breads & desserts, organic rice & tofu, dried fruits, wheat grass juice, healthy food books, organic free range eggs, organic vegetable seeds, cacoa, vinegar, sea salt, soy milk, tortillas, coffee, teas, honey & so much more – it’s a great place to meet friends, great karma, great support of local committed independent small farmers & businesses. (Ubud Community)
Feb
6
Tue
2018
Class: Introducing the Textiles of Bali & Indonesia @ Threads of Life
Feb 6 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This insightful class introduces textiles from across Indonesia, displaying the various ikat, batik and supplementary weaving techniques used by the nation`s weavers. A contrast is made between handspun and commercial threads, natural and chemical dyes, backstrap and mechanical loom weaving. There is an introductory discussion of the ikat dyeing process and the use of natural dyes. Focusing on Bali and Nusa Tenggara, the class also explores the ritual use of textiles.

Rp.75.000 per person for minimum 4 people

Register in advance with Threads of Life

Feb
7
Wed
2018
Class: Textiles & their Place in Indonesian Culture @ Threads of Life
Feb 7 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

This fascinating class examines the history and traditional uses of textiles in Indonesia. Spice trade influences juxtapose with indigenous motifs throughout the archipelago: echoes of Indian trade cloths abound; imagery relates to defining aspects of the local environment; history and genealogy entwine. Uses range from traditional dress, to offerings, to the paraphernalia of marriages and funerals. The class includes an in-depth discussion of the ikat process and the use of natural dyes.

Rp. 190.000 per person for minimum 4 people
Register in advance with Threads of Life