Fall Festival was bustling this year with over 13,000 attendees.
Author: Emolyn Liden, Writer, Student & Instructor
Sep 17, 2010
The campus was decorated with Scottish flags last week during Scottish Heritage Week. With the blacksmiths learning ironworking techniques of ancient Scotland, the woodcarvers chiseling Celtic motifs, the cooks boiling broths on the open hearth and making hagis and bannocks – it’s a wonder we didn’t all start talking with Scottish accents.
Aug 2, 2010
The Cooking Studio is a nice place to be during the summer. The windows along two sides of the building look out to the fields and herb garden. Inside the kitchen is bright and clean and, while class is going on, full of hustle and bustle. I stopped in during Mary Lou Surgi’s cheese making class and it looked like so much fun!
Jul 16, 2010
At Dance Musicians week it so happens that there are numerous people wandering around with instruments looking to play music. During the week-long musical “take-over” you can hear music all around campus. The musicians are put into bands and before long they infiltrate the nightly dances and bump the instructors off stage. David Kaynor, Susan Songer, Naomi Morse, and Peter Siegel don’t seem to mind, actually I hear that they encourage it.
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