Heritage Skills

This monthly series provides the opportunity to learn heritage skills passed down through generations. All programs are $10 per person, and begin at 6:00 pm unless otherwise noted. Registration is required. No refunds.

Adult Sewing Series For Beginners

January 18, 25, & February 1st

Have you always wanted to learn to sew? This adult series offers valuable information on the basics of learning to sew. Each class will provide you with  skill instruction and will include a project (bowl cozy, pillowcase, apron, and reversible market tote). $40

Slow Food Fast

February 15th

Do you need a quick, budget friendly meal to feed your family? Do you have an Instant Pot or Air Fryer that is collecting dust? Join us as Marissa Griffin teaches us to cook, saving time and money. $10

Stained Glass: Propagation Station

March 19th

Learn the basics of stained glass, then make and take home  your own unique glass propagation station to hold small plants. $50

Foraging with Darryl

April 2nd

Historically, we used what was around us to eat and heal. Learn to identify wild edibles and their beneficial uses with Darryl Patton. $20

Casting Nature in Resin

May 2nd

Join Sonya Boyd as she teaches us to cast natural materials in epoxy resin using silicone molds. $20

Quilting with Geraldine & Friends

June 11, 18, 25 & July 2nd

Dates changed! Are you looking to make a cozy quilt? Why not try your hand at a rag quilt? Making a rag quilt is a fun quilting technique that has exposed seams that fray when washed. It makes a very comfy quilt that’s easy to make, but impressive to look at. You can completely customize them by choosing different fabric designs and colors. $60

Pumpkin Pottery

August 22nd

Come make your own unique pumpkin in a few easy steps with Rebecca from Keramos Ceramics. Each person will make 1 pumpkin during this class. $35

Apple Cider Making

Would you like to learn to press apples and make and preserve your own apple cider? Join us as Brad Mitchell teaches us all about cider making.  $10

Needle Felting

October 24th

Allison Kress will be teaching us the basics of needle felting as we make cute animals. Each participant will choose one animal to make and take. $25 includes a needle felting kit

Fruit to Glass: Winemaking for Beginners

November 14th

Wine has been fermented for thousands of years. Making wine is not just an art, but also a science. Learn the process of turning fruit to wine from Matthew Schumacher of Goat Island Brewery. Minimum Age 21. $10

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** Please notice that we do not offer any refunds for our programs**