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Weavers’ Open Studio with technical assistance

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Wednesdays, 1 pm-4 pm – Sept. 8-Nov. 3 Jutila Center, Room 105 – 200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI $50/week maximum studio access, or $20/4 hours access to the studio per week. 2, 4, 8, and 16 harness floor looms available. Instructor permission required. For more information about the Finnish American Folk School, email phyllis.fredendall@finlandia.edu.

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Intermediate/Advanced Colorwork Knitting techniques

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Instructor: Clare Zuraw Thursday, 5 pm-7 pm – Oct. 21 and 28 Jutila Center, Room 105 – 200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI Maximum 10 students.  Class fee: $40 (students bring materials). Click here to register. Click here to register.

Gerald Matthew Immonen (1936-2011): Into Another World

Finlandia University Gallery 435 Quincy Street, Hancock, MI

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 21st, 7:00-8:00 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. To learn more, visit here.

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Sock Knitting for in-the-round

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Instructor: Gini Gesler Saturday, 2 pm-4 pm – Oct. 23, 30, and Nov. 6 Jutila Center, Room 105 – 200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI Maximum 12 students.  Class fee: $60, plus materials. Click here to register.

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Beginning Spinning

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Instructor: Jenny Szubielak 6 weeks – Mondays 6 pm-8:00 pm – Sept. 20-Oct. 25 Jutila Center, Room 105 – 200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI Learn to spin your own yarn!  Wool provided. Maximum 7 students.  Class fee: $100. Click here to register. For more information about the Finnish American Folk School, email phyllis.fredendall@finlandia.edu.

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Community Meals

Chapel of St. Matthew 601 Quincy StreetHancock,

Community Meals (every Monday 7:15 pm– 8 p.m.)  Always homemade, always free. Served take-ou style from the lower level of the Chapel. Follow @FinnU_Faithlife to know what’s cooking each Monday. Like to cook or need volunteer hours? Sign up to help prep the meal at the link below (or just show up at 6 any given week). https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904094BACA92AA5FB6-finlandia

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Grace Hour

Chapel of St. Matthew 601 Quincy StreetHancock,

Grace Hour (Mondays, 8:15 – 9 p.m.) An intentionally questioning, judgement free, fluid faith fellowship for any/all who have a curiosity for the story of Jesus. In person at the Chapel and also streaming on Instagram live @FinnU_Faithlife. Begins September 6th.

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Midday Mindfulness

Chapel of St. Matthew 601 Quincy StreetHancock,

Midday Mindfulness (Tuesdays, 12:10 – 12:30 p.m.)  Move from scattered to centered with mindfulness practices geared to add focus, balance and peace to your week. In person at the Chapel and also on Instagram Live @FinnU_Faithlife.

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5-String Kantele for Beginners

Instructor: Kay Seppala 5 weeks – Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm – starting Oct. 12 Finnish American Heritage Center – Community Hall Learn the basics of the Kantele, a traditional Finnish plucked string instrument.  Bring your own instrument, or kanteles are available for use with a $120 fully refundable deposit.  Maximum 10 students.  Registration deadline by Oct. 10.  Class fee: $50.  Email Kay with questions: seppala@up.net  Click here to register.

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Weavers’ Open Studio with technical assistance

Jutila Center 200 Michigan Street, Hancock, MI

Wednesdays, 1 pm-4 pm – Sept. 8-Nov. 3 Jutila Center, Room 105 – 200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI $50/week maximum studio access, or $20/4 hours access to the studio per week. 2, 4, 8, and 16 harness floor looms available. Instructor permission required. For more information about the Finnish American Folk School, email phyllis.fredendall@finlandia.edu.

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