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The Continental Divide folk school at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center has several upcoming classes, on topics such as maple sugaring, mosaic art and the universe’s astronimical wonders. Submitted Photo

Continental Divide: Folk school offers variety of classes

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The Continental Divide Folk School, the teaching arm of the  New York Mills Regional Cultural Center, has openings in several classes coming up this spring.

A class for learning how to tap maple trees and boil down the sap into delicious amber syrup will take place at the Bob Sonnenberg farm north of New York Mills this Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7. The class starts at 10 a.m. each day.

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