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This Week at the Folk School

Happy Labor Day!

by Cory Marie Podielski on September 4, 2017

in Holidays, This Week at the Folk School

This is the poem that inspired our moto “I sing Behind the Plow” which reflects our desire to find joy in our daily lives.

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When I heard about the eclipse, I immediately thought of watching it in Brasstown: I have friends to stay with, I know where there’s a big, open field, and it’s always nice to be in a special place for a celestial event. So Saturday afternoon, I headed down the road with two friends, Dane and […]

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Our Tina James Magic Primrose plants have been putting on quite a show for the past few weeks at dusk in the Vegetable Garden and behind the Painting Studio. The tightly wound yellow blooms dramatically open as night falls (around 9 p.m.). Before the show starts, visitors walk around the plant to see if they […]

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The star of our auction poster this year is none other than Lady Amethyst, a stunning watercolor by June Rollins. June’s love of irises started in her grandmother’s garden when the majestic flowers were taller than her. June has her own iris garden now where she gets plenty of inspiration for her watercolors. Love the […]

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Children of all ages gathered on Saturday, April 15 at the Folk School for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt. A big thanks to David Brose and his volunteers for making the event happen. We love seeing all the smiling faces and families frolicking out in the sunshine. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful […]

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