Duluth Folk School Summer Craft Camp
Duluth Folk School is hosting a two-week summer camp program for kids entering 8-10th grade, August 9-13 and 16-20!
Join us for this two week camp where you will have fun building your own canoe paddle, fusing glass, sewing, making jewelry from silverware, making your own soap, and much more! Our small group will work with professionals artisans to make quality products that will last a lifetime (well, hopefully not the soap)!
We will meet at the Duluth Folk School every day until the last day, when we will meet at the St. Louis River to test out our new canoe paddles!
Two weeks gives us time to dive into lots of different projects. This is more than your average arts and crafts camp! This small group will get in-depth instruction, support, and time to practice skills throughout our time together.
Our youth programs follow our COVID Policies & Procedures.
If you have questions about age or ability please contact Camp Coordinator Erika LeMay at email@example.com.
A big thanks to the artisans who will be teaching and sharing their passion with us:
Chrissy Valento – Glass Fusing and Felting
Clancy Ward, Saltwood Furniture – Knife Sharpening
Frost River Trading Co. – Sewing an Accessory Pouch
Lanae Rhoads, Mix Cosmetiques– Soap Making
Miles Schoen, SCHÖN Works – Create your own Spoon Rings
Ora Jewell-Busche, Liberation Bakery– Baking Sourdough
Shelley Getten, Getten Creative– Linoleum Block Printing
Zach Sullivan – Paddle Making
For additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org