Knit & Sip
Back by popular demand!
Every PARTICIPANT walks away with a set of MOS-made knitting needles
and their hand-knit Koozie!
5-8pm, February 21, 2019 at Fogtown Brewing, 25 Pine Street, Ellsworth, Maine.
Never learned to knit but always wanted to try? Does your beverage often get warm before you have a chance to drink the whole thing? Come on down to Fogtown Brewing and learn to knit your very own woolen koozie from Maine Outdoor School fiber artist Hazel Stark. Koozies will be specifically designed to fit Fogtown's glassware and keep your beverage colder longer.
If you were part of the 1/31/19 Knit & Sip, bring your project and hang out (no registration required)! In her free time, Hazel will help answer your knitting questions.
$25 per person (includes yarn, needles made by Joe Horn of Maine Outdoor School--which you keep--and up to 3 hours of instruction). 16 participant max; registration is first come, first serve.
Fogtown will still be open to the public, so feel free to swing by and hang out even if you don't intend to participate! Heck, bring your own knitting project!
Pre-register to secure your spot!
Contact us for more information.
Fly-Tying Workshop Series
Every PARTICIPANT walks away with their very own hand-tied fly!
Join MOS and Downeast Salmon Federation (DSF) for this FREE program to learn the basics of how to make a traditional fishing fly used in fly-fishing. Also learn about the conservation efforts DSF is engaged in. There will be a total of 30 of these workshops across Washington and Hancock Counties, so check back here or on our Facebook events page often to see upcoming workshops!
Cost: FREE Contact us for more information.
Tuesday, March 5, 6:00pm-7:30pm
Buck’s Mills Rod and Gun Club
360 Bucksmills Road, Bucksport, ME
(Pre-registration required, Register Here)
Monday, April 1, 6:00pm-7:30pm
The Pine Tree Store
3 Water Street, Grand Lake Stream, ME
Custom Nature Programs Available When You Want Them!
Perfect for family reunions, inquisitive visitors, and locals alike!
We guarantee that you can learn something fascinating and new about the natural world in this beautiful part of the state if you join MOS naturalists in a program of your choosing. We can relish rocks, talk trees, wonder at wildflowers, brag about bogs or bugs, investigate the intertidal, or simply explore an ecosystem. You choose the topic, time, location, and date.
Cost: $66/hour for up to 15 people plus travel expenses. Contact us for more information or to schedule your custom nature program.