The Goldbelt Heritage Foundation has launched new remote learning opportunities. “These past few years we’ve received feedback from many people who live outside our primary Juneau service area or are unable to attend classes in person, that they’d like us to offer our classes via remote learning,” said GHF Executive Director Desiree Jackson. “Our programming team has worked hard to set-up the infrastructure and design classes that we can deliver remotely. We are so pleased to be able to launch these two classes.”
The first remote class being offered via two weekend sessions in September is Beginning Basket Weaving where participants will learn how to weave two small cedar baskets. Each participant was mailed prior to the start of the class, a kit that contained all their needed supplies.
The second class being offered remotely is Beginning Formline with Instructor Able Ryan. This class will run over six online sessions, beginning in late September through early October. \
“We look forward to offering more online classes in the future and encourage everyone to keep an eye on our website or social media for the latest offerings,” said Desiree.