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Classes: May 1-3, 2008
Basketry
Bark Basketry
Instructors: Mary Ann Smith, Bill Smith
Begin by hand-peeling hickory bark for lacing, handles and rims, then hand-peel and shape poplar bark from freshly-cut trees...
Basketry
 
Making an English Shaving Horse
Instructor: Tom Donahey
A shaving horse is an indispensable tool for chair makers, basket makers, and handle makers. This is your chance to make...
Basketry, Woodworking
 
Clay
Polymer Clay Box Building
Instructor: Nancy Mackoviak
Take advantage of the versatility of polymer clay to produce beautiful keepsake boxes. Our first project will be a simple,...
Clay, Unique Offerings
 
Cooking
Home Fruit - The Berry Thing!
Instructor: Karen Hurtubise
Luscious raspberries and blackberries, plump sweet blueberries, and flavorful strawberries for eating, freezing, and cooking...
Cooking, Gardening
 
Dance
English Country Dance Weekend: Special Rate of $160!
Instructors: Bob Dalsemer, Helene Cornelius
Experience the joy of English country dancing from the "Playford" dances of the 17th and 18th centuries to the village...
Dance
 
Gardening
Home Fruit - The Berry Thing!
Instructor: Karen Hurtubise
Luscious raspberries and blackberries, plump sweet blueberries, and flavorful strawberries for eating, freezing, and cooking...
Cooking, Gardening
 
Kaleidoscopes
All About the Mirrors
Instructors: Sheryl Koch, Janice Chesnik
This class is designed to develop an eye for the inside actions of a kaleidoscope and how images are manipulated. Learn how...
Kaleidoscopes
 
Nature Studies
Beekeeping - How Sweet It Is!
Instructor: Virginia Webb
Keeping bees can be a rewarding and profitable business, or a relaxing hobby. This basic course will give you a hands-on...
Nature Studies
 
Painting
Landscapes in Oil
Instructor: Carol Blackburn
Capture the natural beauty of the mountain area in spring as we focus on the fundamentals of painting a landscape in oils....
Painting
 
Photography
See the Light and the Site
Instructor: Bob Walther
Improve your digital or 35mm SLR film photography by learning to see both the light and the site. Outdoor and indoor...
Photography
 
Quilting
Practical Totes
Instructor: Penny Prichard
Have lots of stuff that keeps getting lost at the bottom of your bag? Make an attractive tote with lots of pockets in all...
Quilting, Sewing
 
Sewing
Practical Totes
Instructor: Penny Prichard
Have lots of stuff that keeps getting lost at the bottom of your bag? Make an attractive tote with lots of pockets in all...
Quilting, Sewing
 
Unique Offerings
Polymer Clay Box Building
Instructor: Nancy Mackoviak
Take advantage of the versatility of polymer clay to produce beautiful keepsake boxes. Our first project will be a simple,...
Clay, Unique Offerings
 
Woodturning
Hollow Vessel Made Easy
Instructor: TBA
Wanna have some fun? Try turning a two-piece hollow form that's relatively easy to do and can be finished in a weekend. In...
Woodturning
 
Woodworking
Making an English Shaving Horse
Instructor: Tom Donahey
A shaving horse is an indispensable tool for chair makers, basket makers, and handle makers. This is your chance to make...
Basketry, Woodworking
 
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