Friends of the Studio,
What a year it has been for the Studio! We have seen the renovations continue, with the installation of the kitchen and other finishing work! This year there were many classes including yoga, belly dancing, african drumming, yarn spinning, tax preparation, the teen reading program, and so much more! There were so many fun events including concerts, jam sessions, game and movie nights, book readings, and work parties.
The Studio survives financially from fees earned from these classes and events but also relies on donations. The Studio still requires approximately $2,500 per year in donations to cover all of its bills.
Your donations are tax deductible, so why not make a donation now to the Studio?
You can mail a check to:
North Fork Studio
PO Box 127
North Fork, CA 93643
Or, you can donate via PayPal or credit card by clicking this link.
Thank you all so much for your support of the North Fork Studio!
Thanks to Dave Ciccoletti who organized an African drumming event at the Studio. More than 20 people turned out to listen, learn and play!
An introductory class on how to use the Macintosh operating system will happen on Thursday, November 19th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. The class is $10 but no one will be turned away. For more information you can call Josh Freeman at 559.877.3061
Thank you Central Sierra Pest Control/Tree Company for purchasing our new signs, banners, brochures and for contributing to our new kitchen installation!
The studio received this lovely thank you note from the North Fork library after the Studio provided the space for the summer reading program.
Join Licensed Midwife Jenny Morgan and Manual Therapist Angel Neville every first Wednesday of the Month for Crafts – Snacks – Support – Fun
Saturday Nights Benefit Concert was a huge success! Thank you Aimee Cox for organizing this wonderful event and thank you to everyone who attended, we raised $450 for the North Fork Studio!
We hope you can join us at our next event Coffee Music Jam Nights which are every first Friday of the month. Music – Coffee – Potluck – Games – Fun
The studio provided free space for the summer reading program, put on by the North Fork Library earlier this summer.
The event’s flyers can be seen at the links below.
Our own Paul Abram was mentioned in an article today in the New York times. It is related to the U.N.’s new investigation into the death of former U.N. secretary general, Dag Hammarskjold.
You can read the article by clicking this link.