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Crafts, Herbs and Music at the Ozark Folk Center

1032 Park Avenue, Mountain View, AR 72560

870-269-3851    

These instructors and others are available to teach classes to individual students or groups of students on an as arranged basis. Some of the teachers require a minimum number of students in a class to teach, while others are available to teach one-on-one. Let us know which days you would like to study with the teacher and we will see if we can set up a class for you. We need at least two weeks notice to arrange a class.

Class hours and costs differ depending on the craft. For example, blacksmithing students usually work from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and then break for the heat of the day, coming back to finish up around 3 p.m. or 4 p.m.. The cost for one day of class varies by craft. Students are responsible for paying for their materials.

A $20.00 per day non-refundable registration fee is payable to the Ozark Folk Center to secure your class. The balance is paid directly to your instructor at the start of class. Instructors charge between $60 per day up to $120 per day, depending on the craft. You are welcome to visit with the teachers listed to decide which ones you’d like to study with.

If there is a craft you are interested in that is not listed, please send us an email at ozarkfolkcenter@arkansas.com or call 870-269-3851 and we can let you know if we have a crafts person available to teach that craft.

Pat

Thompson

Blacksmithing

Melody

Conatser

Basket Weaving and Tatting

Denny

Maynard

Wood Carving

Shawn

Hoefer

Broom Making

Traci

Glover

Candle making specializing in bees wax, bees wax soaps

Jeanette

Larson           

Locker hooking, cheesemaking, felting

Nancy

Snyder

Quilting

Jennifer

Whitman
Embroidery

Summer

Woodsong

Woodcarving

Judi

Munn

Pottery

Skip & Racheal

Mathews

Copper flame painting

Troy         

Odom

Printing

Dona

Sawyer

Stained glass

Linda      

Odom

Soap making, both cold processed and kettle cooked

Janice

Clark

Leatherwork

Paula

Lane

Corn Shuck dolls and wreaths

Rusti

Barger

Knitting ,Spinning and Rigid Heddle Weaving

Tina

Wilcox

Herbs, Gardening