Oregon Ash Splint Herb Drying Basket-Adult Class

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By Mark Furman

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Start Date: June 20, 2009 - End Date: June 21, 2009

Event Description

June 20-21, 6/20: 4-5 p.m. and 6/21: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Ash splints have been used by the Northeastern Native Americans for thousands of years to construct traditional baskets. Instructor Nan MacDonald, a descendant of Algonquin Indians, will teach Ash basket making basics. Participants will learn the skills of processing weaving splints from the tree to the construction of a Woven Herb Drying Basket. Bring a sack lunch, a small sturdy knife, and an apron. Cost: $65. Registration is required. Contact Holly McRae at hmcrae@wewetlands.org or 683-6494.
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