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So far Julie Goforth has created 35 blog entries.

Colonial Camp

In 2020, we are offering two sessions of Colonial Camp: Colonial Camp for 8-10 year olds June 15-19, 2020 and Colonial Camp for 11-13 year olds July 13-17, 2020 Colonial Camp Monday-Friday 9am to 3pm daily Ages 8-10 years  June 15-19, 2020 Ages 11-13 years July 13-17, 2020 Colonial Camp [...]

Colonial Camp2019-12-19T20:34:39+00:00

Brett Walker, Bt.W. & Co.

Mr. Walker is a formally trained master boot-and shoe-maker who has practiced his art for the past 19 years. Four were as an apprentice and five as a journeyman with Colonial Williamsburg. Mr. Walker is an historian/educator and a true craftsman.  He likes to tell the early American story by exploring the everyday [...]

Brett Walker, Bt.W. & Co.2019-11-21T17:23:43+00:00

Molly Grant

Molly Grant began leatherworking in her early 20's, first by working on her own and then by apprenticing at the Black Swan Leather shop in Portsmouth, NH, where she learned the basic skills of traditional leatherworking. She first saw Cordwainer Shoes when she was ten years old at the League of New Hampshire [...]

Molly Grant2018-11-09T14:25:02+00:00

Karen Wychock

Ms. Wychock  was an art teacher for 22 years in the Neshaminy School District, Langhorne, PA before becoming a middle school principal for 15 years in both the Neshaminy School District and the Central Bucks School District. She is a member of the Bucks County Craftsmen’s Guild, the Bucks County Hand Weaver’s Guild [...]

Karen Wychock2019-11-21T17:30:19+00:00

Tim McGinn

Established in 1984,  T. H. McGinn & Co. is a general contracting firm located in historic village of Waterford, Virginia. Over the course of nearly three decades they have acquired an extensive knowledge of both traditional and modern building materials and methods.  Their reputation for historically sensitive rehabilitation projects has been established from [...]

Tim McGinn2018-11-08T17:33:35+00:00

Stan Jennings

Mr. Jennings has been making wooden treenware for 28 years after 10 years in underground coal mining in West Virginia.  Most of his teaching experience has been teaching employees the art of spoon making.  When not making treenware, Mr Jennings is President of the Save the Tygart Watershed Association. He has long been [...]

Stan Jennings2018-11-29T16:53:31+00:00

David Cargo

David S. Cargo is one of the founding members of the Saint Paul Bread Club (http://spbc.info/), a former baker at Trotter's Cafe and Bakery, a former baker at the St. Agnes Baking Company, and a featured baker in Kim Ode's cookbook, Baking with the Saint Paul Bread Club: Recipes, Tips, and Stories. He's [...]

David Cargo2018-11-08T17:20:52+00:00

Karen Helble

A calligrapher for over 35 years, Karen enjoys studying all forms of calligraphy. She is a member of the Washington Calligraphers Guild and has been fortunate to take classes in everything from Illuminated Manuscripts, to Chinese Brush, to Slate Carving. Her love of lettering began while working on commercial signage and has continued [...]

Karen Helble2018-12-14T18:42:27+00:00

Michael Aylward

Mike Aylward has been creating stained glass windows since 1990. Originally from the Boston area, Mike opened North Shore Stained Glass in 1993 as a full service studio providing commissions, restorations, supplies and art classes. After moving to the Washington DC area, Mike opened Aldie Glassworks, providing custom stained and leaded glass windows [...]

Michael Aylward2019-11-21T17:32:30+00:00

Jessica Baker

Ms. Baker has a family farm in Loudoun County where she grows herbs to use for medicinal purposes. She works with these herbs to create salve, oils, soaps, teas and tinctures. She has taught classes for years on the growing, preserving, and making of useful products with these herbs. Ms Baker is a [...]

Jessica Baker2019-11-21T17:34:16+00:00


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