The school fosters a non-competitive learning environment devoted to teaching traditional northern craft and offers more than 350 courses year round in everything from timber framing to woodworking to boatbuilding to caning chairs. Instruction is in workshops and the outdoors.
It was such a beautiful morning sailing out on Lake Superior with North House Folk School! The water was calm, we joined in on sailor songs and Micah even tried his hand at steering! #visitcc #donorthmn pic.twitter.com/Mg1sbg4U0m
— Wander The Map (@WanderTheMap) June 29, 2018
Our chair caning class begins at the North House Folk School pic.twitter.com/DFfmCSnUnZ
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) May 31, 2018
— Richard Chin (@rrchin) June 24, 2018
Yesterday 8th graders spent the day in Grand Marais for our Middle School Volunteer Exploratory Day. Students traveled to North House Folk School to take a blacksmithing class and completed a local volunteer project at either Harbor Park or East Bay Suites. pic.twitter.com/qG5hu2KkiQ
— Cook County Schools (@CCSchools_MN166) May 8, 2018