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Little Middle Folk School

Margaret Radcliffe is teaching two Knitting classes next month at the Folk School: My First Sock (Feb. 28 – March 2 / Weekend) and the Easiest Sweaters in the World (March 2-8). Come learn new techniques to take your garment knitting to the next level (or the first level if you are new to socks […]

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We’ve all been waiting for this day to come… Little Middle Folk School Applications are now available on our website! This summer, Little Middle Folk School is June 16-22. Every summer the Folk School opens its doors to young folks age 7-17 for Little/Middle Folk School, an opportunity for youths to discover Appalachian culture and to […]

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I always love time spent at John C Campbell Folk School, whether I’m teaching or taking a class, the experience is always wonderful. But the Little Middle week holds a special place in my heart. It’s the week each summer that the Folk School is given over to our youngest creative friends, kids ages 7-17. […]

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The following is a post by local blogger, Tipper Wilson Pressley. Visit Tipper’s blog, Blind Pig & the Acorn about all things Appalachia. Two Blacksmiths have moved into my house this week-well actually they already lived here-I guess I should say 2 of the Blind Pig family have become Blacksmiths this week. During Little Middle […]

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Little Middle Comes to an End

by Becky Howard, Publicity Intern on June 30, 2011

in Little Middle Folk School

The card games and volleyball have been put away, and the sound of children over the Folk School campus has dissipated. This can only mean that Little/Middle Folk School is over.  The students made a wide variety of wonderful Appalachian crafts.  They also enjoyed nightly contra dances, afternoon activities, wonderful food, and seeing old friends […]

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