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Winter Festival

Nature Writing: Winter in the North

$60

with DyAnne Korda

Calendar Feb 16, 2019 at 9 am

Saturday, February 16, 2019
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Tuition: $60

During the season of reflection, set aside a day at The Ely Folk School on the edge of the Boundary Water wilderness to receive winter’s gift of inner nourishment through nature writing. You will generate written pieces in a supportive group through reading, discussion, contemplation and free-flowing nature writing exercises

About the instructor: DyAnne Korda is a poet, artist, and experienced writing instructor. She has been published in many journals including The Wisconsin Academy Review and is author of Path of Belonging, Between Moon & Creek, and Finding the Lost Woman. She was awarded an Individual Artist Grant through The Donald G. Gardener Humanities Trust to complete her most recent book, This Earth Woman.

Stained Glass

$60

with Rosemary Shepherd

Calendar Dec 1, 2018 at 1 pm

Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018
1:00 PM- 5:00 PM

Tuition $40 Materials: $20

Have you ever admired the beautiful stained glass designs in churches and historic buildings and wondered if you could ever create one yourself? In this introductory class you will have the opportunity to learn about stained glass techniques: copper foil method, soldering and finishing, in addition to glass cutting. You can choose one of the pictured designs to make in class.

About the instructor: Rosemary Shepherd has been a stained glass crafts person for 30 years and has worked on projects nationwide with her husband, John.  Rosemary and John have a stained glass shop, Kekekabic Studios, at 118 E Chapman St., right here in Ely, where this class will be held.

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Stained Glass

$60

with Rosemary Shepherd

Calendar Feb 2, 2019 at 1 pm

Saturday, Feb. 2, 2018
1:00 PM- 5:00 PM

Tuition $40 Materials: $20

Have you ever admired the beautiful stained glass designs in churches and historic buildings and wondered if you could ever create one yourself? In this introductory class you will have the opportunity to learn about stained glass techniques: copper foil method, soldering and finishing, in addition to glass cutting. You can choose one of the pictured designs to make in class.

About the instructor: Rosemary Shepherd has been a stained glass crafts person for 30 years and has worked on projects nationwide with her husband, John.  Rosemary and John have a stained glass shop, Kekekabic Studios, at 118 E Chapman St., right here in Ely, where this class will be held.

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