How do you define happiness these days? The pandemic has forced us all to change our daily schedules and focus on different priorities. We’ve had to accept a larger degree…

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We continue to walk every Saturday morning at 9 am, leaving from the Folk School parking lot. As we have from the beginning, we follow social distancing guidelines while still feeling…

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We’ve all been dreading the thought of melting snow and daffodil sightings as the ground warms up under the spring sun….NOT! Even if your only connection to gardening is a…

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photo credit Rudi Hargesheimer Thanks to Pastor Joel at Christ Lutheran Church, for posting this reflection. Some Days     by Philip Terman Some days you have to turn off the newsand listen…

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This week our board member Jane Norbin, a retired public health professional, shares her perspective on the Covid-19 crisis. MMFS has benefited from her smarts and foresight, we’re certain you’ll…

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We’re sorry to announce we are cancelling all classes until May 31. Although the current stay-at-home guidelines do not extend to this date, we believe it is prudent to take…

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As a follow-up to the idea of letter writing as a way to connect, we heard from Erin Maher, an enthusiast and founder of the St. Croix Letter Writing Club:…

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Combine an escape to nature with support for a talented photographer who’s just down the road….Craig Blacklock and his wife have been forced to close their gallery in Moose Lake and shop…

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The Peace of Wild Things By Wendell Berry When despair for the world grows in meand I wake in the night at the least soundin fear of what my life and…

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We can’t physically be together in class, but we knew you’d be interested to catch up on what our instructors have been doing during this difficult time. You won’t be…

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