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AFS Temporary Closure

by Eve Wenger

The top priority of the Adirondack Folk School is to provide students and artisan-instructors a safe, healthy and enjoyable learning environment. In an effort to do so amid concerns regarding COVID-19, we will be postponing classes until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation, and will postpone classes further out as necessary. Any student enrolled in these classes will be offered the option to use their tuition towards a future class, or to receive a full refund. Students affected should expect to hear from us in the coming days as we work to reschedule those cancelled classes. We appreciate your patience during this time. Should you have any questions, or need to get in touch, please email us at We appreciate your support of our school and hope to see you again soon!

March 2020
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Albany Airport Display

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We are very excited to announce our participation in Albany Airport’s Exhibition Case Program! The Exhibition Case Program is a facet of the Airport’s Art & Culture Program, which showcases the artists and cultural institutions that reside in New York’s Capital Region.

So, if you’re traveling through Albany Airport this year, be sure to stop by Terminal A to see our display.

Thank you Tom Stock and Julie Hutchinson for your artistic and technical expertise to help us make the most of this wonderful opportunity!

May 2019
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Jim Schreiner Featured in Adirondack Life Magazine

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Board member Jim Schreiner, who is also one of our inaugural instructors here at AFS was featured in a recent issue of Adirondack Life magazine. With Jim’s friendly demeanor and quick wit, there’s no question why his rustic furniture making classes are some of our most popular! To read the article check out the link below!

October 2018
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Adirondack Folk School on Prime Time

by Eve Wenger

Check out LOOK TV’s profile featuring AFS:

February 2015