Folk School Classes for Adults in Sandpoint: Fall 2021

Sandpoint, Idaho

Kaniksu Land Trust’s Folk School (KFS) is offering an engaging and diverse line-up of fall 2021 programming in Sandpoint, Idaho.

Kaniksu Folk School is a nature-based educational program for adults with the purpose of enriching lives and fostering an ethic of stewardship through the sharing of traditional crafts and music.

The program supports area craftspeople and artisans through paid instruction. Fall classes include making birch “shrink jars,” woven knife sheaths, art making with natural materials, spinning in the raw, and banjo workshops.

Classes take place at Pine Street Woods at the Nordic Ski Center. Learn more, and find the current course schedule, at Kaniksu.org.

Mountain biker, with a fat tire bike, rides quickly along the snow-covered trail and among trees at Pine Street Woods recreation and natural area.
Pine Street Woods, in Sandpoint, is a year-round natural playground. // Photo courtesy of Pend Oreille Pedalers

Find more stories about Kaniksu Land Trust, and learn about their land conservation work, in the OTO archives.

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