Please stay tuned for our upcoming fall 2020/winter 2021 Cabin Fever schedule—featuring virtual offerings and socially-distanced classes. In the meantime, click here for an assortment of FREE resources we've curated especially for you (great for both kids and adults!).
Please also join us for a special community read of Henry David Thoreau's WALDEN, which starts October 12th (and you can also start any time you'd like!). More details + FREE registration here.
CABIN FEVERCabin Fever, our adult winter program, offers a variety of arts and humanities-based classes in such areas as drawing, photography, ethnic cooking, fiber arts (knitting, felting, spinning), collage, dance, and much more. Cabin Fever also offers a diverse selection of free community events such as slide shows, lectures, Long Valley Heritage Night (a celebration of our heritage with local presentations or panels by key community members), author visits, book discussions, and music performances. Offered every year from mid-January through April—and this year, from November through April!—Cabin Fever supports personal growth, skill-development, community, new ways of viewing the world, and a celebration of our heritage.
"I love the McCall Arts and Humanities Council because of the wonderful array of programs they offer. The Cabin Fever Series is always my very favorite, and I take advantage of many of them. And they offer something for every age group! In a town like McCall, they are a very welcome addition." -Pam Wehr