Each piece of Fox River Woodenware is a authentic hand-crafted original.

Spoons and scoops are carved by hand from fresh felled greenwood using only an axe, straight knife, and spoon or hook knife. Bread, cheese, cutting, and serving boards are rough-cut using a saw with final shaping, sanding, and finishing work also done by hand. Our solid hardwood bowls are sourced exclusively from the Holland Bowl Mill (Holland, Michigan).

Our Woodenware comes with a lifetime moneyback guarantee.

Our Woodenware is finished using Fox River Spoon Company Wood Balm; a mix of pure beeswax and nut oil; conditioning, protecting, and hardening into a food-safe satin finish.

Fox River Woodenware is an affordable use-it-everyday indulgence, the perfect gift, or a kitchen keepsake that will last a lifetime.

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Contributing Member

All River Road Talent is a synergy artists building a cultural and visitor awareness of artistic talent in the Galena region of NW IL. Artists meet regularly sharing knowledge of craft & business.

Our monthly ARRT Art Drive offers visitors opportunity to encounter art from its inception to masterpiece at the artists' personal gallery.


2019 Instructor

Arts and crafts workshops and cultural events in a wide variety of visual and literary arts take place at Shake Rag Alley, in the historic heart of Mineral Point, Wisconsin.

Early miners clustered their cabins in the valley around Federal Spring. The spring is still bubbling, and today a nonprofit arts education center, Shake Rag Alley, Inc., occupies nine buildings in the 2.5-acre oasis of gardens, trees, and rambling paths. Shake Rag Alley hosts a vibrant children's program, concerts, and other cultural events, as well as adult art workshops. 

Students come from all over the country to join in the creative fun that takes place here. Several buildings are used as classrooms, and some summer classes happen under the trees or under tents. Additional classroom space is available in studios nearby in this artist community that has 17 art studio-galleries within just a few blocks of Shake Rag Street.