Julie Goodblood Clark: Whiteface in the morning sun. Taken from Rt 86. Become a fan of Adirondack.net on Facebook, submit your photo on our wall with #Adirondacks in the description & check weekly to see if yours was chosen.
Where: Adirondack Folk School, 51 Main Street, Lake Luzerne, NY 12846
Cost:$85 + $35 for materials.
Felt is considered to be the earliest form of textile; fragments discovered in Central Asia date back thousands of years. The nuno felt technique was developed by Robin's sister, American-Australian feltmaker, Polly Stirling in the early '90s. Nuno (named for the Japanese word for 'cloth') grew out of Polly's experimentation to develop a technique to create a lightweight felt that would be useful in the tropical climate she lived in. Today, nuno felt is widely recognized as one of the most popular felting techniques used by contemporary feltmakers. The instructor will provide all felting supplies and materials. Students should bring a note book and tape measure, wear comfortable shoes to stand in, and have sleeves that can roll up out of the way.
Literacy Volunteers of Essex / Franklin Counties will be holding its WINTER SCRABBLE Tournament on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at Moriah Central School in Port Henry. This event will raise money and awareness for Literacy.
When: Today until Tue, Dec 31, 2013
| 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: Available at bar only
Enjoy $2.00 Beers and 1/2 priced drinks from 4:30 to 7:00 P.M. daily. Also try our Happy Hour food specials.
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