This re-creation of a traditional one-room schoolhouse was carefully crafted in 2012. The dimensions were taken from one of the last existing original schoolhouses in the valley.
As usual, each element of detail carries its own story. The bell in the tower came from the Midwest, the native wall hangings are baby blankets from Pendleton Woolen Mills, and the church seating along the sides is from Anaconda, Montana. This large room is ideal for gatherings of all types.
It has hosted workshops, spiritual retreats, indigenous wisdom gatherings, dance sessions, kids camps, and many more. Most of all, it has delighted guests of all ages as they played ping-pong, bean bag and generally raised a ruckus.