Duluth Folk School: a new option for people trapped in their "real lives"

Apr 13, 2016

Credit courtesy Duluth Folk School

Ah, the folk school.

A place to make and do things with your hands, learn traditional crafts and skills and, if you're lucky, take a break from your real life for a few days and emerge refreshed - and cleverer than you were when you started.

But what about the person who can't take days or weeks off from their work and family responsibilities to attend classes?

Enter Duluth Folk School, built on the "nomadic model" and designed to be accessible to people who can't escape the chains of their "real lives."