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We Still Make Things

There may be lots of snow still outside but I am real cozy inside weaving away at my loom. I just finished a series of table runners woven with rags. A friend of mine gave me a pile of old sheets and a couple yards of fabric she never used. This was the inspiration to […]

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Want to play an instrument to accompany singing? Don’t want to sing?  Just have fun strumming along. Four fingers, four strings… the ukulele was made for you! Try Beginning Ukulele with instructor Peter Thomas February 22-27. Learn basic chords, keys and styles like Hapa-Haole, Tin Pan Alley, old timey, bluegrass, folk, and rock – the uke can handle […]

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In preparation for my upcoming class “Shaker Music & More” I decided to go on an adventure early this summer to explore several Shaker Villages located in New England. My first stop was Albany, NY.  I rented a car and trekked to Shaker Village, Sabbathday Lake.  It was a rainy afternoon in northern Maine, but […]

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Over a year ago, I decided to try my hand at a weekend weaving class in which I would weave a scarf. I was really excited. The first weaving class I took was Weave a Scarf – Intro Class with instructor Elaine Bradley. It was a fast paced class and ended up with a beautiful […]

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Which Whey is Cheese Making Class?

by Cory Marie Podielski on October 12, 2014

in Cooking, We Still Make Things

That’s the question students were asking last week when word spread about all the delicious cheeses coming from the Cooking Studio. Look at the delicious presentation of cheeses from last week’s class with Gary Colles… yum! Our next upcoming cheese making class is with Susan Hutchinson on May 24-30, 2015: Discover how to make delicious […]

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