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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

John C. Campbell Folk School

Here's a different vacation experience!
The John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC, is situated on 380 acres in a rolling valley. The Folk School offers visitors a blend of history, art and natural beauty in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
Here is a list of classes they offer:
Basketry, Beads, Blacksmithing, Book Arts, Broom Making, Calligraphy, Chair Seats, Clay,Cooking, Crochet, Dance, Dolls & Bears, Drawing, Dyeing, Enameling, Felt Making, Gardening, Genealogy, Glass, Jewelry, Kaleidoscopes, Knitting,Lace, Leather, Marbling, Metalwork, Mixed Media, Music, Nature Studies, Needlework/Thread Art, Painting, Paper Art, Photography,Printmaking, Quilting, Rugs, Sewing, Soapmaking, Spinning, Stone/Sculpture/Mosaics, Storytelling, Surface Design, Unique Offerings, Weaving, Woodcarving, Woodturning, Woodworking, Writing

Wow, so much to choose from. I'd love to take quite a few of these classes.

To learn more go to their website at:
You can order a catalog there.

John C. Campbell Folk School
One Folk School Road
Brasstown, North Carolina 28902
Toll-free 1-800-FOLK SCH (365-5724) or 828-837-2775
(Fax) 828-837-8637


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fun to find the Folk School here -- like finding a friend's picture tucked in a cookbook. Two of us took pottery ("clay") classes there - when money for them dropped from heaven -- and loved it. Beautiful well run place, real people, hands-on classes.

7:48 PM  
Blogger DSL said...

Wow, thanks for the feedback. You make me want to go there even more!

11:24 PM  

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