We are proud to welcome our newest instructor: Melody David-McKnight! Melody will be teaching an upcoming knitting classes, and has a few other classes up her sleeves. Melody is an outdoor educator and enthusiast, teacher, musician, and community organizer with a keen passion for perfecting the art of making everything she needs in her day-to-dayContinue Reading
Our Springtime Bike Maintenance class has sold out! If you are still interested in this class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put your name on a waiting list. If there are any cancellations, we will contact folks on a first come, first served basis. Thanks for your support!
We are so full of gratitude at all the kind words, the encouragement, and all of the enthusiasm that we have heard in the past few days. Most recently, the Duluth News Tribune asked us about our origins and motivations, and what we were hoping to achieve. Once the article hit the stands, things gotContinue Reading
Would you like to build things out of wood, but are a bit uncomfortable with your circular saw (also known as a skill saw)? Here’s a chance to discover how to use your saw effectively, whether cutting 2×6 rafters or ripping plywood. We’ll learn how to adjust the saw, tricks make sure your material isn’tContinue Reading
Someone told us that the Duluth Folk School needs to have flyers to put out in the community, to let people know that we exist. Good thinking! We pulled out the paper and pencil (just kidding – it was all Photoshop) and created this flyer: We’ll be distributing these at grocery stores and coffee shops.Continue Reading
Duluth Folk School Co-Founder and Director Bryan French joined KUMD’s Lisa Johnson on KUMD 103.3 FM to talk about the genesis of the Duluth Folk School. You can view the post and listen to the interview here: Thanks to KUMD for supporting our community of local builders and creators!
Pull your rusty-dusty bike out of the garage and join us at the Lester Amity Chalet for expert instruction on how to get your bike in great shape for riding. Click here for more information and to register!
Have you always wanted to learn what you need to start keeping bees in Duluth? This is your opportunity! Participants will walk away with a complete hive and have an option of purchasing and assembling an additional super with frames and foundation, and learn basic beekeeping skills such as hive placement, the types of differentContinue Reading