Welcome to The Folk School of Fairbanks

Week in the Woods

Registration

 

The registration due date is May 1, 2017.
(There is a late fee of $25.00 for registrations postmarked after May 1, 2017.)

 

To Register for Week in the Woods:

Step 1:  Registration Form: Fill out the online Registration Form (please choose the appropriate form below):

Online Week in the Woods Adult Registration Form

Online Week in the Woods Family Registration Form

*You also have the option of filling out a paper Registration Form: You can download the appropriate form below and mail it to: Week in the Woods, c/o The Folk School, P.O. Box 83572, Fairbanks, AK 99708.

Step 2:  Payment:

Fees Schedule

Adult Learner Registration Fee: $575.00

Youth/Adult Co-learners Registration Fee: $750.00
(Fee covers one adult and one youth)

Additional Youth Co-learner Registration Fee: $250.00

There are two options for submitting payment:

1. Online: By using the PayPal buttons below. Click on the appropriate PayPal button (either Adult Learner or Family (Adult/Youth Co-Learner).


WITW 2017 Adult Learner




WITW 2017 Family (Adult/Youth Co-Learner)



2. By Check: If you choose to pay by check, please mail your payment to: Week in the Woods, c/o The Folk School, P.O. Box 83572, Fairbanks, AK 99708.

Out of Town/State Participants:

Additional info coming soon.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation more than 30 days prior to the start of the program:
Refund will be full amount paid less a $25 administrative fee.

Cancellation less than 30 days prior:
Refund will be 1/2 the registration fee and all fees paid for tools.
If you can find someone to take your place the full amount less $25 will be refunded.

 

Instructor

**Learners Receiving UAF Credit Registration: Please contact the Folk School for more information about UAF Credit fees and options.

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Upcoming Events

May
1
Mon
9:00 am Principles of Woodworking
Principles of Woodworking
May 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Principles of Woodworking @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Principles of Woodworking – ongoing class Instructor: John Manthei This is an ongoing program in which we explore all aspects of woodworking from the most elementary to extremely complex. The idea is to try out[...]
May
2
Tue
5:30 pm Carpentry Basics
Carpentry Basics
May 2 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Carpentry Basics @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Carpentry Basics (8 session course) Instructors: John Manthei & David Costello Almost everyone, at some point in their life, needs to build a small building of some kind. It is a fun, practical and rewarding[...]
May
4
Thu
6:00 pm Principles of Woodworking
Principles of Woodworking
May 4 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Principles of Woodworking @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Principles of Woodworking – ongoing class Instructor: John Manthei This is an ongoing program in which we explore all aspects of woodworking from the most elementary to extremely complex. The idea is to try out[...]
May
6
Sat
10:00 am Chainsaw Sharpening and Maintenance
Chainsaw Sharpening and Maintenance
May 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Chainsaw Sharpening and Maintenance @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Chainsaw Sharpening and Maintenance Instructor: Brian Sprague This 2 hour session will provide a brief introduction to the essential anatomy and mechanical relationships of a chainsaw and quickly move into a discussion of the high[...]
11:00 am Introduction to Natural Soap Making
Introduction to Natural Soap Making
May 6 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
Introduction to Natural Soap Making @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Introduction to Natural Soap Making Instructor: Lidiia Olszowy                       Learn to make soap from scratch with us! This class will give you a simple introduction[...]
2:00 pm Tree Felling and Firewood
Tree Felling and Firewood
May 6 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tree Felling and Firewood @ The Folk School | Fairbanks | Alaska | United States
Tree Felling and Firewood (2 session course) Instructor: Brian Sprague This is a two session class with the first, classroom-based, session at The Folk School. The second session will be held at a field location[...]