The 10+ acres that make up the pre-school center have many side programs. Every decision contributes to Cuvilly’s core belief that “all life is sacred, and the diversity of life is essential for the well-being of the planet.” It follows, then, that edible plants form the landscaping around the new yurt.
Exemplifying both Cuvilly’s and the yurt’s flexibility, the first group to use the space will not be four-year-old students at a party. Instead the honor will go to the Notre Dame Spirituality Center. Associate Barbara Walton will present “Walking with Saint Kateri Tekakwitha” on July 14th. The yurt is a great spot for a talk on indigenous culture.