|Re: Other Folk Schools||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: nps (npsusfamily.net)|
|Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 21:09:15 -0800 (PST)|
>Thanks Jolene, Yes I do know about this Friends gourp. But thanks for reminding me. Nancy Hi Nancy! >There's a place offering a similar experience, though not calling itself >a Folk School, that is affiliated with Friends School of Minnesota. It >is a farm in Wisconsin which has a community-focused mission (it is >either a nonprofit organization or owned by a charitable foundation - >I'm not sure which). I just know snatches of information about it - >Friends School classes go there for day outings to plant trees, learn >about the environment and other activities (like, just hang out outdoors >and see what that's like!). I know it also serves the rural community >that is its nearest neighbor. I'm also pretty sure it provides >residential internships (I think open to anyone, not just for >enrolled-school credits) - but not positive. I'm sure someone at >Friends School would be happy to provide more information. >Joelyn Malone > >(P.S. I believe City of Lakes Montissori School now also has a farm, >where they are able to provide or at least approximate the kind of >learning situation that Maria Montissori felt was most appropriate for >adolescents and teens - creating and running their own community.) >Unsubscribe, archives and other info at: >http://lists.hopework.org/mailman/listinfo/hopework-l
Other Folk Schools Joelyn Malone, February 27 2008
- Re: Other Folk Schools nps, February 28 2008
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