Join a class to learn a new skill or brush up on one you already have.  Our instructors love sharing their knowledge and building community.  Learn about the geology of Lake…

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Celebrate spring by learning the traditional folk craft of ‘rosemaling’.  Often incorporating themes of flowers and scrollwork, this folk art can be found on Scandinavian buildings and cabinetry as well…

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Hawthorn, a common bush in the rose family, has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries.  Herbalist and health coach Jamie Brennan will share her knowledge about the benefits of…

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Chef Maggie is passionate about empowering people with food sensitivities and allergies to prepare and eat delicious food, no matter what their diet restrictions may be.  She’s created an Easter…

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The Captain of the Edmond Fitzgerald wishes he could have taken this class!  Learn the geological story of how Lake Superior was created, a story that involves the power of…

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Think Spring!  Got any brain cells that have been hibernating?  Give them a jolt of energy in one of our supportive, informative classes.  Looking forward to walking without your Yaks…

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Yes, you can!  Folk Schools are all about helping us break through the fear…. Emma, a new instructor with us, loves helping people get over their belief that they can’t…

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We’re tickled to welcome back Cara Corey, a West Coast knit and crochet designer who made the right choice a few years ago and moved to the Midwest!  Participants have…

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