Upcoming events

Calendar of Events

Below is a list of all upcoming MAHC events. If you'd rather view a monthly Calendar format, click the "Switch to Calendar View" link above.


ANNUAL SCHEDULE

JANUARY

Cabin Fever
Art School

FEBRUARY

Cabin Fever
Art School

MARCH

Cabin Fever
Art School
Spring Children's Theater

APRIL

Cabin Fever
Art School

MAY

Art School
Art School Gallery Show
Theater Benefit Dinner
CC Schedule Released

JUNE

Kaleidoscope
Creative Campus

JULY

Creative Campus

AUGUST

Creative Campus

SEPTEMBER


OCTOBER


NOVEMBER

Fall Children's Theater


DECEMBER

Cabin Fever Schedule Released


Upcoming events

    • 07 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 11 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 6 sessions
    • Mountain Dance Unlimited, 1016 N. 3rd St.
    • 20
    Register

    No former dance experience is necessary to jump-start your winter with this spicy dance class and Cabin Fever favorite. This weekly 2-hour class is geared toward absolute beginners, but will also provide additional practice and instruction for returning students. We will take a measured, slow introduction to the dance and its music with special attention to connecting with each other every step of the way. This is a beautiful dance that appeals to all ages and abilities. Please bring a partner - any gender-blend is fine and we will switch partners at times during our learning process. The first hour of each session will offer a structured lesson. The second hour will be a "guided practica." This is a period for students to explore and practice what they've learned with instructors on hand to coach and answer questions. Instructor Marge Dobie started dancing tango in Boise in 2001 and was instrumental in forming and sustaining the vibrant Boise tango community. She has traveled extensively to study, including festivals in the US and Buenos Aires, and has organized workshops with internationally renowned tango professionals here in Idaho. Her teaching style is welcoming, supportive, dynamic and energizing. Her primary goal as an instructor is to inspire students to start down the tango discovery path and reap the many benefits of experiencing this intimate, elevating, and creative dance.  Registration Required

    $108 per person for 12 hours instruction over 6 weeks!

    • 08 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 05 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 5 sessions
    • McCall Taekwondo Studio, 121 Commerce St.
    • 11
    Register

    Ever wonder why they are called martial “arts?”Come find out in an introduction to one of the world's oldest martial arts, Taekwondo. Students will learn not only about the martial art and sport, but the history, philosophy, and culture of this Korean art form. Taekwondo is a great activity for anyone of any age or ability, offering a wide range of benefits including improved physical condition, flexibility, balance, strength, coordination, discipline, citizenship, and self-confidence. Instructor, Angela Staup is a 4th Dan (4th degree black belt) in Taekwondo, a national competitor, and longtime Taekwondo practitioner.  Registration Required

    $68

    • 09 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 30 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 4 sessions
    • McCall College, conference room 119, 106 E. Park St.
    • 16
    Register

    Join Dr. L. Bryan Williams for this 4-session class exploring early American spiritual life and the ways in which these two primary and influential tracks have shaped our history and culture. Never has there been a better time to broaden and deepen our understanding of world beliefs and philosophical perspectives. Lectures will include  brief histories, an introduction of key ideas, and how spiritual beliefs and practices shaped daily life. Start the new year with an investment in spiritual and scholastic understanding by enjoying this introduction to early American spirituality. Dr. Williams is a Social & BioEthicist and President of McCall College. He served as Associate Professor of Religion and Ethics and Chair of the Department of Religion and Christian Ministries at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Williams earned his PhD in Religion and Social Ethics from the University of Southern California. His recent book, The Spiritual Healer: Healing Strategies from Shamanism, Buddhism & Spiritualism, is available on Amazon.  Registration Required

    $72

    • 13 Jan 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Candles & Creations of McCall, 660 Stockton Dr.
    • 1
    Register

    What better way to welcome spring than with a little candle-making? Join local candle-maker and owner of Candles & Creations of McCall, Tanya Neutze, for a fun evening of waxy creativity! Each student will receive 2 pounds of soy or paraffin wax with which to craft unique candles using a variety of candle molds (or jars), colors, scents, and embellishments. This class is suitable for absolute beginners. Participants should come dressed to experience potential wax drips and drops.             Registration Required

    $48

    • 14 Jan 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 14
    Register

    Join fermenting enthusiast, Christine Hulse, co-owner of Woodland Wildcraft, to experience fermented vegetables. Participants will learn about various methods of fermenting foods, with a focus on easy small-batch techniques. Explore flavoring options for exciting vegetable-ferments and enjoy tasty samples. Demonstrations and handouts will provide the info you need to start your own ferments at home. Mason Top Fermenting Kits will be available for in-class purchase (by cash or check only).  Registration Required

    $42

    • 15 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 22 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 2 sessions
    • Keep Me In Stitches Studio, 136 E. Lake St.
    • 6
    Register

    Are you an aspiring knitter with some basic knitting knowledge? Need some direction on where to go next with your skill? Join experienced fiber artist Lynda Vrgora at the Keep Me In Stitches studio for this festive Cabin Fever class that will guide students through the creation of a cable-knitted head band. Learn to cable-knit with others around the table in the cozy studio (perhaps sipping some wine if you’d like to bring a bottle) while it snows outside. Come away with a headband to keep your ears toasty all winter, as well as high-quality knitting needles for you to keep.  Registration Required

    $48

    • 15 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 22 Jan 2020
    • (MST)
    • 2 sessions
    • McCall Pilates Studio, 335 Deinhard Lane
    • 3
    Register

    Are you eager to increase your bone health naturally? This is the class for you! Bone mass turns over every 10-years, so set yourself up for the next decade with this workshop co-taught by Pilates expert, Lisa Marie, and Registered Dietician Nutritionist, Susan McCandless. Participants will learn the critical nutrition and lifestyle principles for building healthy bones and will go home with their own personalized plans. Each class will include a warm up, lecture, discussion and Pilates exercises. Lisa Marie is a  Certified Master Balanced Body Pilates Instructor and Teacher Trainer who has been teaching the art of movement for over 15 years. She has been a Certified ACE Personal Trainer since 2004. Susan McCandless, RDN, IFNCP, CLT is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist working with St. Luke’s McCall’s Integrative Medicine Clinic. She holds  advanced certifications in integrative and functional nutrition, food sensitivities and intuitive eating therapy.  Registration Required

    $48

    • 21 Jan 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 18
    Register

    Alpine Village Sales Gallery, Condo 206 (park on Maverik side of building)    $52
    Join fermenting enthusiast, Christine Hulse, co-owner of Woodland Wildcraft, to experience fermented beverages such as Kefir, Kombucha, and yogurt. Participants will learn about various methods of creating tasty fermented beverages, with a focus on easy small-batch techniques. Participants will explore exciting flavors and enjoy tasty samples. Demonstrations and handouts will provide all the info you need to start your own ferments at home. Mason Top Fermenting Kits will be available for in-class for additional purchase (cash or check only.)  Registration Required

    $42

    • 29 Jan 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • McCall Public Library, 218 E. Park St.

    Join retired professor and award-winning author, Dr. David Adler, for this timely presentation on holding government accountable. Approaching the 2020 elections offers the perfect inspiration to revisit  the workings of our government and explore our role as citizens. This presentation will offer a historical overview of some underlying issues that have absorbed the energies of concerned citizens, focusing on constitutional issues and theories of representation conducive to governance. It will include civic participation in a non-partisan discussion that explores the US Constitution, the responsibilities of the media, and the role of the American citizenry in our representative democracy. A former journalist, David Adler earned a BA from Michigan State and PhD from the Univesity of Utah. Dr. Adler has lectured internationally on the Constitution, has authored over 100 scholarly articles on the Constitution and presidency, and has published four books. Dr. Adler taught at Idaho State University for 25 years and is currently the director of the Sun Valley Institute.

    FREE ($5-10 donation suggested)

    No registration required

    • 04 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 18
    Register

    Ready to brew your own craft beers? In this class, you’ll be walked through the entire process by experienced home-brewer, Bill Borg. From equipment and sanitation to processing the ingredients to kicking off fermentation, Bill will cover ALL the bases. Participants will sample a few finished products with accompanying appetizers along the way. Whether you’re in it to impress your friends or just to save a buck, you’ll enjoy this fast-paced demonstration. Instructor Bill Borg is a local educator and amateur brewer.  Registration Required

    $52

    • 05 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 26 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 4 sessions
    • McCall-Donnelly High School Computer Lab
    • 11
    Register

    This dynamic and creative workshop will explore the many applications of photography in the marketplace. Visual marketing is a valuable skill to apply to almost every profession, service, organization, or product. Whether you’re marketing your own work as a photographer, or you work in a profession that requires high-quality photographs to sell your product, this class will address how to use visual marketing to achieve your goals. Experienced photographer Pam Benham will lead students through various social media platforms - including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn - as well as website designs. Pam will assist students in defining goals, creating visual and verbal content, and using marketing to tell their unique stories. Personalized photography assignments, in conjunction with working on Adobe Creative platforms, will allow students to create their own templates and layouts. Each student will leave with a unique visual marketing campaign, and the skills necessary to begin implementation. This fun, creative, and exploratory workshop will help you start 2020 inspired to “shine like the whole world is yours.” Instructor Pam Benham works as a professional location photographer throughout the West for a wide array of corporate, editorial, and advertising accounts. Pam has taught at Boise State University, the College of Southern Idaho, and most recently has designed, launched, and taught the College of Western Idaho’s first photography classes. Find out more about Pam at www.benhamphotography.com.   Registration Required

    $86

    • 05 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 01 Apr 2020
    • (MDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • McCall Public Library, 218 E. Park St.

    During this popular winter book discussion series, participants will gather at the library to explore themes and issues addressed by the season’s books, led by visiting scholars. The 2020 theme is “The Humanity of Science & Technology.” Book titles, in order of discussion, are Born in Africa, by Martin Meredith; Physics of the Impossible, by Michio Kaku; The Control of Nature, by John McPhee; Animals in Translation, by Temple Grandin & Catherine Johnson; and My Year of Meats, by Ruth Ozeki. Books are provided and a library card is not required.  Registration Required - call the library at 208-634-5522 to register.

    FREE

    • 06 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Playhouse, 1210 Roosevelt St.
    • 15
    Register

    We all have great stories to tell, but many of us are afraid to share them. Sometimes the difference between being a timid storyteller and an engaging storyteller is just a little expert coaching. We’re offering that to you for free this winter - in this class taught by experienced theatrical director and educator, Dawn Kolden. Why? Because we love stories!. . .  and we need storytellers to share their wonderful stories with others during our two Stage Flight sessions this season. This is our way of offering an encouraging nudge. Even if you don’t have any intention of ever getting on stage, this class will still help you with your communication and presentation skills. And it will be fun! This one-evening class offers a safe place for participants to explore storytelling and to be gently coached by an expert. Who knows? You may even decide to share your story on stage!  Registration Required

    FREE - but registration is required

    • 06 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 27 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 4 sessions
    • Payette Lakes Middle School Art Room
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Idaho is known for its outstanding fly fishing, and the McCall region offers plenty of opportunities to explore the sport. There is great satisfaction in catching a fish on a fly that you tied yourself. Designed for the novice fly-tyer, this four-week class will introduce equipment, materials, and types of flies.  Participants will learn to tie fly patterns that have proven to be effective in Idaho’s waters.  Discussion of basic entomology, reading the water, and how to get the hook out of your ear will be included. The cost of the class includes a fly-tying vise, hackle, pliers, scissors, bobbin, hair stacker, 6/0 Uni-Thread and all materials needed to tie six different flies.
    The class will be taught by Dennis Coyle with special guest appearances by local fly-tyers.  Registration Required

    $62

    • 06 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 12 Mar 2020
    • (MDT)
    • 6 sessions
    • Mountain Dance Unlimited, 1016 N. 3rd St.
    • 13
    Register

    Line up for some boot-stompin’ fun to beat Cabin Fever this winter! Join instructors Char and Vern Faris and the McCall Line Dance Club for this series of 6 line dancing classes. Line dancing challenges the mind as well as the body, and this class promises to provide you with skills, movement, and a lot of fun. Instructors will teach basic line dance steps, and from that foundation, a variety of music will be used as a background for dances - Country-Western, Latin, Irish, etc. No experience is necessary, and it is not necessary to come with a partner. Instructors Char and Vern Faris are experienced dancers who brought their expertise to McCall in 2005. Experienced members of the McCall Line Dance Club will assist as needed.  Registration Required

    $64

    • 08 Feb 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (MST)
    • McCall Community Hub (CUB), 114 N. 3rd St.
    • 15
    Register

    Have you wanted to know what the ketogenic diet is and whether or not you should try it? In this class, Susan McCandless, RD and Gail Eberharter Rankin, MD, will review popular podcasts and scientific literature to look at how the ketogenic diet and its variations might be beneficial. The key concept of “keto” is that of using healthy fat as the body’s main fuel source rather than glucose. We will try to dispel myths and provide sound science on how to use the information available and apply it on an individual basis when appropriate. We will also discuss the related topic of modified fasting. Participants are encouraged to bring questions and observations to share as Gail and Susan bring clarity to this multi-faceted trend. Susan McCandless, RDN, IFNCP, CLT is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist working with St. Luke’s McCall’s Integrative Medicine Clinic. She holds  advanced certifications in integrative and functional nutrition, food sensitivities and intuitive eating therapy. Gail Eberharter Rankin, MD, has been practicing Functional Medicine for over 15 years.  Registration Required

    $36

    • 10 Feb 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • McCall Public Library, 218 E. Park St.
    • 23
    Register

    This beautiful class taught by Kasey Rose is perfectly timed to usher participants into a whole-hearted experience of Valentine’s Day! In the yoga tradition, love is considered a skill rather than something we acquire from outside of ourselves. But how do we cultivate and hone this skill? In this class, Kasey, an E-RYT-500 hour yoga instructor, will explain the modern value of age-old Buddhist teachings on the Four Immeasurables:
    Compassion, Loving Kindness, Empathetic Joy, and Equanimity. Then she will offer suggestions on how we can practice these skills in our everyday lives to strengthen our “love muscles.” Give your heart a tune-up for Valentine’s Day and discover how to cultivate deep and abiding love. Kasey Rose has been teaching yoga for over
    11 years and currently teaches at Tantra Power Yoga in McCall. These teachings of the heart remind her of the power of true love and connection.  Registration Required

    $28

    • 11 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 13 Feb 2020
    • (MST)
    • 2 sessions
    • Keep Me In Stitches Studio, 136 E. Lake St.
    • 7
    Register

    Put your restless fingers to work learning to crochet a sweet and colorful basket with zany local fiber maestro, Lynda Vrgora. Lynda will guide participants through the creation of a delightful basket which might be shared with a special Valentine, or saved for Easter morning, or enjoyed in any number of ways! Students should have basic crochet skills. All supplies will be provided, including a crochet hook to take home. While away the long winter evenings producing lovely items you crochet yourself, beginning here with two cozy evenings around the Keep Me In Stitches table. Registration Required

    $48

    • 11 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • McCall Community Hub (CUB), 114 N. 3rd St.
    • 16
    Register

    Everyone wants the best care possible for the people they love. This is especially true as loved ones enter the medical system. Doctors, nurses, technicians, hospitals, family, and friends ALL want the best possible outcome for the patient, but how can we best-facilitate communication and cooperation during stressful times of hospitalization or long-term illness? In this presentation, Kathy Belknap will help family and friends learn how to navigate the health care system when a health crisis occurs. Even during times of intense emotion, the complexities of the health care system need not overwhelm you. Getting the best care for the person you love requires being informed and working as a partner with health care professionals. Instructor Kathy Belknap holds an MA in Counseling Psychology and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share on this important topic. Registration Required

    $28

    • 12 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Cellar at Bistro 45
    • 20
    Register

    Explore seasonal ciders and unique ciders. Cider, ancient and artisanal, has all of the complexity of wine and the refreshing drinkability of beer. Join Eric Hovland for a lively evening of tasting ciders that are shaped by their terroir - soil, topography, climate in which the apples were cultivated. Sample a diverse array of the various styles created by craft-cider makers. Must be 21 or older to register for this class.                   Registration Required

    $48

    • 12 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206

    Join local area fiber enthusiasts for an evening of demonstrations in a variety of fiber arts: weaving on various looms, spinning, rug punching, locker hooking, knitting, felting, twining, and other fiber crafts. Our region is rich in fiber artistry talent and this is a perfect opportunity to observe and get acquainted with both the art forms and the people engaged in them. No better time than now to learn how you might get started too! 

    FREE ($5-10 suggested donation) - No registration required

    • 18 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • 10
    Register

    Join Father Bruno Segatta for a delightful introduction to painting with acrylics. In this one-night workshop, Fr. Bruno will guide students through the production of a landscape painting featuring McCall mountains. Participants will paint on 18 x 20” canvases using acrylic paint and a variety of brush sizes. Fr. Bruno is a warm and easy-going expert who will make even the most beginning painter feel right at home in front of the canvas. Don’t miss this opportunity to create with our very own local version of Bob Ross. All supplies provided - dress for painting. Registration Required

    $48

    • 19 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 7
    Register

    Join local herbalist and licensed cosmetologist Christine Hulse, co-owner of Woodland Wildcraft, to bring the spa home. Discover your beauty regimen for radiant skin with cleansing, exfoliating, toning, and moisturizing. Craft your own herbal face masque, customized for unique skin issues. Practice your full facial techniques and take home various handmade spa samples - ALL crafted with locally and sustainably harvested plants. Additional products will be available for in-class purchase (by cash or check only). Registration Required

    $52

    • 22 Feb 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (MST)
    • 8
    Register

    Across time and cultures, poetry has been considered a portal to wisdom, offering insights beyond human understanding. Traditional wisdom poets, like Rumi, drew from the wells of religious and spiritual texts to create poems of great beauty, and even today, contemporary poets lay claim to radical new ways of understanding ourselves and the world around us. As writers, we seek this same clarity in our work. How can exploring what is mysteriously inherent in the process of composing poems help to guide us? In this workshop, we will draw from the wisdom of great poetry to engage our own deeper truths. Through the consideration of existing poems and working with writing prompts, we will discover richer veins of meaning, to discover for ourselves Rumi's timeless truth, that "what you seek is seeking you." All are welcome and you needn’t be a poet to glean significant insights from this workshop. Instructor Tobias Wray, PhD, is the Director of Creative Writing Programs at the University of Idaho. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Blackbird, Bellingham Review, Third Coast and elsewhere. Workshop includes a break for lunch (lunch not provided so plan to bring your own or buy nearby).  Registration Required

    $76

    • 25 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 18
    Register

    It’s hard to beat take-out pizza. But you can come close with a few tips from this hands-on demonstration class. You’ll learn how to choose the best ingredients, different ways to prepare and roll out the dough, and how to cook a pie just right in your home oven. Of course, we’ll sample a few pies and some other things as we go. Instructor Bill Borg is a local educator and former operator of Fibonacci’s at Tamarack Resort. Registration Required

    $52

    • 26 Feb 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Cellar at Bistro 45
    • 18
    Register

    Portugal is considered one of the most exciting Old World wine regions due to its favorable climate, interesting grape varieties, relative affordability of its products, and - most importantly - delicious wine! This class will provide an over-view of the wine styles, grape varieties, and regions of this outstanding country. Complex red wines, refreshing white wines, and fortified Ports - Portugal has it all and we invite you to experience it for yourselves in this Cabin Fever class taught by Idaho Wine Merchant’s own Scott Sprague and Bistro 45‘s Eric Hovland. Must be 21 or older to register for this class. Registration Required

    $42

    • 28 Feb 2020
    • 7:00 PM (MST)
    • Alpine Playhouse, 1210 Roosevelt St.
    Register

    Join us for McCall’s favorite storytelling program inspired by Juneau’s popular and delightful Mudrooms. It kinda sounds like “stage fright,” but it’s a lot more fun! Here’s how it works: Seven storytellers are selected to regale the audience with a true personal tale. Each storyteller has EXACTLY seven minutes to tell his or her story. February’s theme is CROSSROADS, which may be interpreted figuratively or literally. Storytellers will share their best stories about a unique “crossroads” experience. From crass to delicate, told by wallflowers or clowns, live stories are mesmerizing and raw. This is not a theatrical performance, but real-life storytelling shared by friends, neighbors, visitors, and strangers. Hop onboard for an unpredictable wild-ride of an evening full of good old-fashioned storytelling fun! Seven tales - seven minutes - seven dollars! Income supports the McCall Arts and Humanities Council and the Alpine Playhouse. Register online to reserve a ticket, or . . . fill out an application to be a storyteller!

    $7 ALL SEATS, ALL SHOWS - no discounts

    • 04 Mar 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (MST)
    • Payette Lakes Middle School Art Room
    • 12
    Register

    This fun and funky class will offer lots of opportunities for doodling, drawing, and painting letters that bounce and dance! Students will learn basic techniques for various letter styling under the tutelage of experienced calligrapher and letter artist, Bonnie Glick. The techniques learned can then be used to enliven journals, personal art work, calendars, greeting cards, scrapbooks, and so much more! Zentangles will also be included. Instructor Bonnie Glick is a calligrapher and artist trained in Italic, Copperplate, Uncial, and Gothacized Italic lettering. She has been a member of the calligraphy guild of Idaho - the Idaho Inkspots - for many years. She attends continuing education and training through the guild each spring and fall with instruction from internationally recognized calligraphers and attends the international calligraphy conference every other year. Registration Required

    $46

    • 04 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)
    • Cellar at Bistro 45
    • 20
    Register

    Whether it's to denote a place, a style, or simply to make a statement, blended wines are more the rule than the exception these days. Even most California wines labeled as "Cabernet Sauvignon" contain at least a portion of another grape variety in the final blend. In this course, you will learn traditional white and red blends from a multitude of regions, why the blending is done, and (most importantly) what they taste like! Join Bistro 45‘s Eric Hovland and Idaho Wine Merchant’s Scott Sprague for a deep-dive into the wonderful world of blended wines! Must be 21 or older to register for this class. Registration Required

    $42

    • 05 Mar 2020
    • (MST)
    • 07 Mar 2020
    • (MST)
    • 3 sessions
    • Deb Yensen’s Art Therapy Studio, 335 Deinhard Lane, Suite 4
    • 4
    Register

    Everything you need to know about getting started in the paper arts will be provided in this three-day workshop offered by professional artists Deb Yensen and Amy Nack. Skills will be introduced and practiced, and then incorporated into the construction of a beautiful paper lantern. Students will begin by creating several sheets of hand-made paper. Next, creating luscious layered monotype prints on delicate Asian papers will allow each student to discover his or her unique creative printmaking style. Once the paper is dry and the delicately-layered prints are completed, students will be guided through the process of composing four two-sided wooden panels and assembling them with a clever reversible hinge to construct a lovely lantern. In the process, students will learn techniques for cutting and piercing paper to create beautiful shadows that can be seen from both the front and back sides of the lantern. Participants are encouraged to bring their own favorite stamps, stencils, and paper punches if desired.
    Amy Nack is founder of Wingtip Press Printmaking Studio in Boise. She teaches printmaking in her studio and as a teaching artist for the Idaho Commission on the Arts, Idaho Parents Unlimited, and as adjunct professor at Boise State University. Nack received her BFA in Printmaking and BA in Art History from Boise State University after a three-decade career in paper and graphics marketing. She pursues her passion for printmaking by actively engaging in community-wide printmaking experiences and exhibitions. Deb Yensen is a visual artist, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, and registered Art Therapist. She received her BFA from Boise State University in printmaking, painting, and drawing; her MA in Art Therapy Counseling was received from Marylhurst University. Deb has taught at the Boise Art Museum, the McCall Arts and Humanities Council, St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, Idaho Parents Unlimited, and as an adjunct professor at Boise State University. She also facilitates various independent classes and workshops. Deb’s vision is to assist and inspire others in using art to fuel creativity and passion.  Registration Required

    $116

    • 10 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (MDT)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Join McCall cooking/baking rock stars, Gary and Stacey Kucy, for the ultimate Cabin Fever cooking class. In this fun class, Gary and Stacey will unite to share some of their favorite recipes through the creation and presentation of the ultimate in winter comfort food. A hearty main dish will be sandwiched between an amazing appetizer and decadent dessert. We are leaving the rest to the imagination to tantalize participants!  Gary was a 2013 semi-finalist for the prestigious James Beard award, and is currently the chef at Rupert’s. Stacey is the owner of Stacey Cakes and is famous in and around McCall for her delectable desserts. Together, they have several decades’ worth of shared experience and our community is the richer for their presence. As the class date approaches, participants will be emailed wine suggestions, which are optional accompaniments students may wish to bring to class. NOTE: This class will fill very fast. Space is limited and drop-ins will NOT be able to be accommodated.  Registration Required

    $78

    • 11 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MDT)
    • Cellar at Bistro 45
    • 20
    Register

    Eric Hovland, owner of Bistro 45, will be your guide on this tour through beers of Belgium and Belgium-styled beers. Belgium is renowned for producing a great number of beer types. In 2016, UNESCO listed the Belgium Beer Culture on its Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list. Join Eric for a fun March evening spent exploring this rich heritage via beer and learn how it has inspired other brewmasters beyond Belgium’s borders. Must be 21 or older to register for this class.                       Registration Required

    $42

    • 12 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MDT)
    • Shore Lodge, Upper Pavilion

    Each year, our popular Heritage Night serves as the heart of the Cabin Fever series. This special evening provides opportunities to learn and share stories and experiences related to our heritage. This year’s event will feature a panel discussion with local and regional experts who will help us explore land use and conservation in Valley County, with a focus on historical trends and practices. The audience will be encouraged to ask questions and share their own experiences and perspectives to foster community dialogue on this topic, which also has great relevance for the present and future of our region. Panelists will be announced as the season gets underway and updated information will be available on our website. Coffee, tea, and water will be provided. Join us for another lovely community evening on the lake at Shore Lodge!

    FREE ($5-10 suggested donation) - no need to register

    • 18 Mar 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MDT)
    • Alpine Village Condo 206
    • 18
    Register

    Go from surviving to THRIVING by learning and implementing which whole foods to incorporate into your daily routine and regimen. Join Chef Amy of Amy's Whole Food Creations: Catering and Personal Chef Services in McCall to learn which foods to choose as medicine, and - more importantly - how to prepare dishes in the most efficient and nutritious way possible. Chef Amy will teach participants which foods are nutritious and how to prepare them. Recipes and sampling will be enjoyed. Have fun in the kitchen, dive into experimentation, and learn new skills to nourish yourself and your loved ones!  Registration Required

    $52

    • 03 Apr 2020
    • 7:00 PM (MDT)
    • Alpine Playhouse, 1210 Roosevelt St.
    • 96
    Register