Netted Carrying Sack • June 22

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Saturday, June 22, 10 am – 5 pm

Mercedes Tuma-Hansen

People have been making nets across the globe for thousands of years, and besides catching fish, nets are perfect for carrying groceries, storing toys, and hanging fruit and gadgets in the kitchen. Your imagination is the limit! Even better, you only need to learn to tie one knot to make a fish net. In this class you will make a netted sack for carrying groceries. You will go home with your carrying sack, your own net-making tools, and the knowledge you need to make  more netted projects on your own. Materials fee of $10, payable to the instructor.**See supply list of items to bring to class**

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Instructor Bio:

Mercedes Tuma-Hansen is a history educator and public speaker, based in the Twin Cities area where she teaches American Indian and environmental education programs at schools, parks, and museums. Learning to teach as a tour guide at the Minnesota Historical Society, she won a national award for developing a museum education program there. By teaching historic skills like net making, fire building and gathering wild medicinal and edible plants, Tuma-Hansen continues to pursue her passion for learning self-sufficient skills and connecting people to the past.


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