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Kayaking for Beginners

Next session starts: August 18, 2017 6:00 pm

You’ve always wanted to learn how to kayak. This is your chance! Join highly trained instructor Jen Buseman as she helps you progress from novice to being ready to go out on your own. You will learn about the gear used in sea kayaking, what kind/size of boat is best…

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Stack, Fire, Bake: Building Brick Pizza Ovens - SOLD OUT

Next session starts: September 2, 2017 10:00 am

This class is sold out. Email info@duluthfolkschool.com to be added to the waitlist. Join David S. Cargo as he teaches us how to build a backyard stacked-brick oven! After the oven is built, we’ll fire it up while students learn how to make dough for flatbreads, bread, and pizza! We’ll…

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Yardscapes: Sustainable Landscapes for Urban Lots

Next session starts: September 9, 2017 9:00 am

With the right design and good gardening techniques, you can transform your yard from boring grass into a luscious, low-maintenance yard that relaxes you, and is inviting to birds and butterflies. In this class, we’ll take an interpretive tour of the instructor’s well-designed yardscape (about a mile from the folk…

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A Well-Oiled Machine

Next session starts: September 10, 2017 2:00 pm

Learn to love your sewing machine! In this class, we’ll take an up-close look at several different sewing machines, of varying designs and ages. How do all these moving parts work together? Learn the things your manual will – and won’t! – tell you. You’ll observe using a machine incorrectly…

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Beginning Millinery and Haberdashery: The Blocked Felt Hat

Next session starts: September 16, 2017 9:00 am

Fedora. Top hat. Cowboy hat. Porkpie. Homburg. Cloche. These are the classic hat styles ingrained in the culture of our past. Today, without the rules for style and fashion, we are free to wear white shoes before Memorial Day, and hats are once again becoming fashionable (and rightly so)! In…

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Wilderness and Remote First Aid

Next session starts: September 19, 2017 5:30 pm

Are you an outdoor enthusiast? If you are, then it’s pretty likely that you (or one of your adventure partners) may have gotten a sliver, a blister, or a small cut – no big deal for any of those. However, have you worried about what might happen if things went…

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Fall Natural Dyes

Next session starts: September 30, 2017 9:00 am

Autumn leaves are not the only beautiful fall colors! In this class, you will learn how to find, and how to use local sources of natural dyes including goldenrod, hollyhocks, mushrooms, and lichens. You will learn the basics of processing natural dyes, how to ethically collect natural dye materials, and…

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Chainsaw Safety

Next session starts: October 7, 2017 9:00 am

This is a great opportunity, either for people who just got their first chainsaw, or for people who have had a chainsaw for a while, but have never really been 100% comfortable with using it. In this class, you will learn basic chainsaw maintenance, including how to take your saw…

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Brew Your Own Hard Cider

Next session starts: October 7, 2017 1:00 pm

Learn how to turn freshly pressed apple juice into hard cider, a delicious, complex flavored alcoholic beverage. You’ll leave with your own growler full of hard cider! For generations, folks have fermented fruit juices, not just for the alcohol and the flavor, but to preserve it. In this class we’ll…

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Brew Your Own Hard Cider

Next session starts: October 7, 2017 5:00 pm

Learn how to turn freshly pressed apple juice into hard cider, a delicious, complex flavored alcoholic beverage. You’ll leave with your own growler full of hard cider! For generations, folks have fermented fruit juices, not just for the alcohol and the flavor, but to preserve it. In this class we’ll…

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