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Ozark Folk School

Learn traditional Ozark music, crafts and gardening in the beautiful and relaxed atmosphere of the Arkansas Ozarks. This week allows you to immerse yourself in the crafts, herbal studies and music you enjoy. Class fees and the number of days vary. Check the individual class listings for more information. Craft classes can vary to include anything from broom making to drawing. This year's Music classes are each one day of one instrument, allowing you to explore Ozark music to the fullest. For fees and information check out the individual class listings below.
 
There's a whole lot more than just great classes going on during Folk School. Evening tours of local artists studios; movie night showing videos of the original crafts people; and a pickin' down in the cabins rec room are just a few of the evening activities. Check out the Ozark Folk School Schedule for details.

Ozark Folk School 2014 Music Classes
Folk School Music Classes $100 per day/$20 non refundable cancelation fee.
All Music classes will be held in the Large Auditorium from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. with an hour lunch break.
Ozark Folk School 2014 Craft Classes- Registration deadline extended to March 10
 
Monday, March 17 - Wood identification - this class is full
March 17-18 - Soap making, clean and natural - this class is full, look to the March 20-21 soapmaking class
March 17-19 - Drawing Focus
March 17-19 - Wire Wrapped Jewelry
March 17-21 - Blacksmithing
March 17-21 - Broom making
March 17-21 - Knife making
March 18-19 - Wood Turning 101 - this class is full
March 19-21 - Wheel Thrown Pottery
March 19-21 - Stained Glass
 
Ozark Folk School Herb Classes
 
 
If you don't find what you're looking for, call or email and we can set up a Design-your-own-workshop that fits your schedule and your interest - be it broom-making, weaving or pottery.
 
Lodging: The Cabins at Dry Creek located here at the Ozark Folk Center have comfortable cabins tucked back in the woods. For information on registration and accommodations, please call the Ozark Folk Center at 800-264-3655 or 870-269-3851.