From ethnic cooking classes to basket weaving, jewelry making, furniture building, photography, fabric arts, writing, painting and other arts, stained glass making, gardening, sustainable living, herbs and health, foraging, canoeing and canoe building, dances and music, there are classes for most every interest at Ely Folk School, conveniently located at the top of the hill in downtown Ely, Minnesota.
2019 Birch Bark Canoe Project meets on Sunday afternoons through October 27th, 2019, from 1-5 pm in the North Classroom of the Ely Folk School (use alley door). Read more here.
Eco-Friendly House Building classes are being offered weekly through the summer and fall. Peruse through classes below to see what is being offered.
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