Skirt Making, November 28th and 29th

Print flyer: November skirt making

Tuesday & Wednesday November 28th and 29th

5:30 to 8:00 with Bev St John

Sewing machines are available and some fabric will be provided. Also bring 4 yards (per color) of  ribbon of your choice. If you …

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Bread Making & Sour Dough Starter, November 11

To print flyer: 2017 Bread Making Flyer

Two Workshops!
Saturday, November 11, 2017 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
OR
Saturday, December 2, 2017 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

There’s just something about the aroma and taste of homemade bread! Join us to learn how eas…

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Spoon Carving in Pine Point, November 18th

Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Old Pine Point School, 48580 Pow Wow HWY Ponsford

Cost: FREE! lunch provided

Instructor, Steve Dahlberg, has been carving for over 30 years & is also an artisan of Scandinavian style knives.

Supplies are pr…

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October 23-24th, Applique: Design and Construction

Monday & Tuesday,  5:30 pm to 8 pm

What to bring;

Embellishments: sturdy satin, ribbons, calico and cotton fabric scraps.
a bag, shirt, skirt or vest to put applique on
Bring your own drawn design for applique

Sewing machines are…

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October 23-25th Traditional Skirt Making

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 5:30 and8pm

The September response and participation for skirt making was overwhelming so we added an October class is being offered.

Though we will have some fabric you can bring your own pre washed 2. 5 yards …

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Traditional Skirt Making

Tuesday & Wednesday, September 26 and 27th at 5:30 to 8:30

Sewing machines are available and some fabric will be provided. Please bring 4 yards (per color) of ribbon of your choice. If you are bringing your own fabric (2.5 yards)  and please have it washed.

Dinner is provided.

White Earth Tribal & Community College, 2250 College Road, Mahnomen, MN

218-935- 0417 Becca Ext. 314 or Emma at Ext 302

This workshop is a collaboration between WETCC Extension and WETCC Cultural Coordinator. The WETCC Cultural Department was formed in response to the WETCC strategic goal 4.A. Increase Culture on Campus.  The department coordinates cultural activities, training, and ceremonies to enhance student learning

September Wednesday Lunch Series

Wednesday, September 13, 11:15 to 12:40 – Traditional Foods: Parching wild rice and making Jam at Extension building by gardens

Wednesday,  September 20th, 11:15 to 12:40 – Anishinaabe games We will Meet in Drum hall

Wednesday, September 27th, 11:15 to 12:40-  How to make an herbal salve at Extension kitchen

RSVP: 218-935-0417 Becca Ext. 314 or Emma at Ext 302

These workshop are a collaboration between WETCC Extension and WETCC Cultural Department. The WETCC Cultural Department was formed in response to the WETCC strategic goal 4.A. Increase Culture on Campus.  The department coordinates cultural activities, training, and ceremonies to enhance student learning.