Education - Overview
Education is an essential part of the League's mission and an integral part of everything we do. We have classes, workshops, and demonstrations that are open to everyone. There are opportunities for people of all ages and skill levels. In addition, the League supports local craft education programs throughout the state. For example, the Annual Craftsmen's Fair has daily workshops and demonstrations where you can watch our experienced craftspeople making a piece of beautiful craft as they discuss their techniques. If you want to read about craft or are conducting research, visit the League's headquarters on 49 South Main Street, Suite 100, in Concord. The Kira Fournier Library Resource Center includes more than 2000 craft-related books and periodicals, the Archives provide a wealth of information, and The Grodin Permanent Collection Museum displays a fascinating show of historical craft objects.
If you want to try a new craft or work on developing your expertise in a craft you already love, take a class.
Click a location below to see specific craft class and demonstration offerings:
For more information about the League's educational programs, please contact League Headquarters, firstname.lastname@example.org.