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This Week at the Folk School

Last night’s contra dance for Dance Musicians’ Week was a frolicking fling of fun, friendship, and fancy footwork… what a wonderful week! A big thanks to all the instructors, students, and dancers – you could really feel the love and camaraderie in the air last night. Instructors: David Kaynor, Peter Siegel, Naomi Morse, & Sue […]

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Our Weaving class met for the first time on Sunday evening after dinner. At that first meeting our instructors, Elaine Bradley and Christie Rogers, gathered information regarding our weaving experience. It quickly became clear that while some us had solid weaving skills; others had either minimal skill or no experience at all. However, by Monday […]

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The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Folk School this past Saturday was a merry affair. A frisky and frolicking group of young ones with empty baskets in hand congregated with their families at Open House around 1 p.m. Egg hunters waited patiently behind the red tape for the sign to start. When the signal […]

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It’s Valentine’s Day here at the Folk School.  I caught up with some friends and classmates this week to hear more about what folks are doing to mark the occasion. Karen and Paul  Karen is a second-time Folk School student who brought her husband Paul here for the first time.  They did not pick this […]

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Welcome Spring! Mid-March is a great time to take some time off from your normal routine and celebrate the coming of Spring at the Folk School.  Check out our classes on March 16-21, 2014… Not Your Grandpa’s Nantuckets with Joni-Dee Ross Beginning Beadweaving on a Loom with Ronald Midkiff Making Woodworking Tools with Chuck Patrick […]

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