We’re taking this opportunity to share Washington Island with you sending along some end-of-June scenes and happenings.
We hear over and over again that time spent on Washington Island is an important part of the experience when attending a class at Sievers.
So, here are some recent north, east, west, south and in-between scenes.
After taking in the views, for those who are on Washington Island this week, there are a number of events on the calendar. On Saturday night Cindra performed “If Once You Have Slept on an Island” with our friend Dan Hansen at the TPAC in Julian Hagen’s Washington Island Musical History program. This week is the Wisconsin Council of Churches Forum, the annual Grilled Whitefish Dinner fundraiser for the Jackson Harbor Maritime Museum (made possible with the help of our own Kathleen Morris and Butch Young), a nature walk sponsored by the Art and Nature Center and various events held at Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm, Gathering Ground and Hotel Washington and Studio.
Here at Sievers, it is Batik week with Mary Jo Scandin. There are dye pots and brushes with wax. There is color, design, art and laughter. There are friendships. We’ll share some of that with you soon.Share Sievers with Friends...