North House Folk School: Wool, woodstoves, and winter weave together for a cozy week at North House each February. Join us on campus for this special week-long gathering that celebrates all manner of fiber arts. Featuring speakers, demonstrations, community gatherings, and coursework from long-time North House instructors as well as new guest artisans; tuck in to the warm and wooly camaraderie this winter. Create your own fiber adventure spinning, knitting, felting, sewing, beading and more!
Fiber Friday, a fabulous feature of Fiber Week, will be February 17th. We’ll host a day of speakers, demonstrations, open studios, and community gatherings free for all enrolled students. Meet your fellow students and instructors, expand your interests and enjoy our cozy campus learning atmosphere. Come early or stay late; you won’t want to miss Fiber Friday!
This year’s Featured Guest Instructor is Leon Ozaawaagosh Valliere, a recognized Elder, Spiritual Leader, and Teacher from Waaswaaganing or Lac du Flambeau in Northern Wisconsin. He was raised in a traditional Ojibwe hunting and gathering culture. Ozaawaagosh will offer a course in traditional Anishinaabe Finger Weaving.
Registration for courses is open now!
- North House Folk School
- 500 W Hwy 61, PO Box 759
- Grand Marais, MN 55604