Spring Folk School Classes at the Ozark Folk Center State Park

The Ozark Folk Center State Park will hold a variety of classes in craftsmanship and gardening during Ozark Folk School, March 21-27. Classes are being offered in; Knife making, Broom making, Blacksmithing, Soap making, Weaving, Basket making, Letterpress printing, Leatherwork, Herb growing and using medicinal and culinary herbs.

Classes’ begin with an optional social evening on Friday, March 20. Some two-day classes will be Saturday and Sunday. Week-long classes will conclude on Friday. The Cabins at Dry Creek offer special rates on rooms for Ozark folk School Students staying more than five days.

“Ozark Folk School classes give you a chance to learn a craft hands-on,” said Jeanette Larson, Craft Director of the Ozark Folk Center State Park. “Folk School is intense and fun and a great experience.”

These classes are for students 16 and up, sign up is available now for these classes in traditional and contemporary crafts, herbs and cooking. Visit the web site at www.OzarkFolkCenter.com for a complete list of classes, registration deadlines and class fees, or call 870-269-3851 for more information.

The mission of Ozark Folk Center State Park is to perpetuate, present and promote the Ozark way of life in an educational and enjoyable manner; through craft demonstrations, musical programs, the Heritage Herb Garden, workshops and other special events.