TAKE A CLASS

Virginia Secor Stranahan had a zest for learning & encouraged others to do so as well. Many of the Adult, Youth & Family classes listed monthly are offered by individuals in the community who want to share their knowledge & love for teaching. Please register below.

ADULT CLASSES

AUTHENTIC INDIAN COOKING

Spice up your kitchen & your life with a lesson on traditional Indian cooking! Basic steps will be covered on how to prepare popular & delicious dishes. Learn how to easily use Indian spices to create these dishes that can quickly become some of your favorites to prepare. Discover the rich culture of India. BRING: Apron. Meal Included. Leader: Abigail Johnson Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Fri - Apr 29
6-8:30pm


GARDEN ART POTTERY

Start looking toward the spring with clay decorations for your garden. No experience required! Make unique garden inspired pieces using hand building techniques. 577 will finish pieces with a glaze. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 12     Fee: $45.00 
Sat - Apr 30
2-4:30pm


SATURDAY POTTERY-EXCITING EXTRUSIONS

FEATURING: EXCITING EXTRUSIONS Class provides intermediate & advance students pottery skill instructions, individual attention & demonstrations. PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 15     Fee: $18.00 
Sat - Apr 30
9am-12pm


ACRYLIC ART CLASS

Create your own "Masterpiece" on  a 16x20 canvas. Learn the techniques of Acrylic Painting & the Art of Silhouettes. You will capture the beauty of a sunset in a scene featuring a farmhouse & windmill in silhouette style. Step by step instructions. No experience needed; all supplies included. Leader: Trisha Koelsch Limit: 16     Fee: $25.00 
Thu - May 19
6-9pm


ACRYLIC PEACEFUL OCEAN BEACH

Learn to paint an ocean scene to delight the senses with a beautiful sky, distant islands, sailboat, gentle waves, beach & beach grass. Easy to follow guidance. All supplies provided to create your own 11" x 14" peaceful ocean beach on canvas. No experience necessary!  BRING: sack lunch. Leader: Mary Claire Roe Limit: 10     Fee: $25.00 
Wed - May 25
10am-2:30pm


ADULT THROWING

Practice your skills on the wheel in this intensive study class. Individual attention, all levels welcomed & class is set around your individual goals. There will be several demos. Hour lunch break on your own. PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 5     Fee: $75.00 
Fri - May 27
9am-4pm


AUTHENTIC INDIAN COOKING

Spice up your kitchen & your life with a lesson on traditional Indian cooking! Basic steps will be covered on how to prepare popular & delicious dishes. Learn how to easily use Indian spices to create these dishes that can quickly become some of your favorites to prepare. Discover the rich culture of India. BRING: Apron. Meal Included. Leader: Abigail Johnson Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Fri - May 6
6-8:30pm


BAKING DISHES WHEEL DEMO

Julie Beutler, 25 years of pottery experience, will be demonstrating on the potter’s wheel the specifics of making baking dishes for dips, potatoes, casseroles, etc. Watch this fun demo during your lunch hour. She will show you different styles, sizes, finished examples & answer your questions while you watch her throw. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 15     Fee: $10.00 
Fri - May 13
11am-12pm


CARVE 3D FOLK STYLE CARDINAL: 18 yrs & older

Carve a three dimensional cardinal that can be mounted on a dowel, piece of driftwood, base of your choice, or inserted into a flower pot. Your hand carved folk art style bird can be painted or stained. All levels of carving experience welcomed. Safety, sharpening & technique discussed. Tools, safety equipment & blanks provided. Leader: Jean McDonald Limit: 10     Fee: $25.00 
Sat - May 7
9am-12pm


CHANDRA DEBUSE POTTERY WORKSHOP

Sketch, Stretch & Scratch: Building Illustrated Pottery Chandra DeBuse, full-time studio potter & educator in Kansas City, MO. She completed artist residencies at the Armory Art Center, Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts & Red Lodge Clay Center. Chandra was named an Emerging Artist through the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. She was featured in Ceramics Monthly magazine & teaches & exhibits nationally. The workshop begins with an evening Artist Talk, then a 2 day hands-on workshop. Explore methods of creating illustrated functional pottery through handbuilding & optional wheel throwing techniques. Start with the sketchbook as a low-risk tool for playing & developing ideas. Transform ideas into pottery by handbuilding with soft clay slabs. Learn to use templates/molds made from low tech materials. Learn new ways to design your own forms or create multiple parts for complex pieces. Explore surface design on our forms, learn to prepare the surface, texture, freehand drawing, direct image transfer with flexible stamps, underglaze inlay, sgraffito, wax & commercial underglaze to create a layered illustrated surface. A spirit of experimentation & play will be emphasized & used to push work forward. The workshop is suitable for students of all levels; some prior experience with clay is helpful. Pots will be bisque fired; pick up at later date. BRING: pencil, sketchpad, xacto knife & optional, own tools. Lunch included both days. Leader: Chandra DeBuse Limit: 16     Fee: $185.00 
Fri - May 20 6-7:30pm Sat - May 21 9am-4pm Sun - May 22 9am-4pm

CHRISTMAS IN MAY: 18 yrs & older

Carve an elfish Santa who would be equally at home on your mantle or shelf. If spring is on your mind, paint him in spring colors & he can be your gnome shelf sitter. All levels of carving experience welcomed. Safety, sharpening & technique discussed. Tools, safety equipment & blanks provided. Leader: Jean McDonald Limit: 10     Fee: $25.00 
Wed - May 18
6-9pm


CLASSIC ITALIAN COOKING

Mamma Mia, let’s mangiamo! Pasta & tomato sauce are some of the oldest traditions of Italian cooking. Learn to make delicious homemade Italian potato dumplings - gnocchi - and an authentic ragù alla Bolognese sauce, a hearty meat sauce from Northern Italy with fresh thyme, ham, pork & beef to serve with them. BRING: Apron. Meal included. Leader: Diana DePasquale Limit: 15     Fee: $25.00 
Sat - May 14
5:30-7:30pm


CLASSIC ITALIAN DESSERTS

Tiramisu, Pignoli cookies & Ricotta Pineapple Pie are sweet treats you will find at Italian family parties & celebrations. Learn how to make these timeless recipes to serve to your friends & family! Buono appetito! BRING: Apron. Meal included. Leader: Diana DePasquale Limit: 15     Fee: $25.00 
Fri - May 27
11:30am-1:30pm


CLIMATE HOPE

Taking to the Streets! Join in conversation & action planning around the critically important issue of climate change. Plan for participation in a local Memorial Day Parade. Ultimate goals: bring about awareness of climate change as a community-based issue; promote effective, sustainable & practical strategies to lesson the impact of climate change. CEUs available. Presenters: Jodi Haney, BGSU & Xcite Learning with Sam Evans, Maumee High School Leader: Jodi Haney Limit: 25     Fee: $5.00 
Wed - May 4
6-8pm


CREATING SOAP FROM SCRATCH

In this hands-on class, create a pound of soap from scratch with olive oil, lye & water. Learn about the cold process method, safety when working with lye & about different types of soap-making oils to achieve a soap that reflects your needs & desires. BRING: safety goggles, rubber gloves & long-sleeved shirt. Go home with a pound of soap! Leader: Elissa Teal Limit: 15     Fee: $30.00 
Sun - May 1
2-4pm


EVENING POTTERY-REFRESHER CLASS

FEATURING: REFRESHER CLASS Class provides intermediate & advance students individual attention, demonstrations & a chance to ask questions. PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 8     Fee: $18.00 
Thu - May 12
5:30-7:30pm


GARDEN ART POTTERY-FLOWER POTS

Start looking toward the spring with clay decorations for your garden. No experience required! Make unique garden inspired pieces using hand building techniques. 577 will finish pieces. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 10     Fee: $45.00 
Sat - May 14
2-4:30pm


HANDCRAFTED FLORA NOTECARDS

Learn what the buzz is about these beautiful handcrafted note cards & make some. Learn how to press & preserve flowers & leaves. Take with you instructions, templates & a baggie of preserved flowers & leaves. Easy to make these one-of-a-kind beauties. Leader: Joan Soldenwagner Limit: 12     Fee: $13.00 
Wed - May 25
6-7:30pm


HERBAL FIRST AID

Using natural means to tend to life's misadventures is easiest if you have some basic items already prepared & at hand. Discuss how to stock an herbal first aid kit: what to put in it, where to get (or how to make) the components & when/how to use them for everything from scraped knees to stomach bugs. Handouts & samples provided. Leader: Sarah Williams Limit: 20     Fee: $25.00 
Mon - May 16
5:30-7pm


LEBANESE VEGETARIAN STYLE

A perfect end of the spring dinner option. Zesty stew made with eggplant, chickpeas & spices cooked in a tomato sauce. Two options for rice; rice pilaf made with sautéed cabbage & vegetable rice made with assorted veggies. Lebanese red skin potato salad made with a delicious lemon dressing. Hot fresh baked cheese bread, melt in your mouth yummy! BRING: “To Go” containers. Leader: Azeze Abdoney Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Fri - May 13
12:30-4:30pm


NEEDLE FELTED GNOME

Create a colorful gnome that stands about 8” tall. Bring a modern twist to these little pranksters using hand-dyed, hand-carded batts. Use hand-picked mohair, BFL, & other lustrous locks for his beard. Photos, go to www.therovingartist.com. Leader: Margret Ann Miller Limit: 10     Fee: $32.00 
Thu - May 19
12:30-3:30pm


NEEDLE FELTED WOOL LANDSCAPE

Using layers of hand-dyed wool roving, batts, locks, silk, silk hankies & other exotic fibers, create a mountain & valley landscape. Learn to layer these fibers to achieve the depth, shadows & texture for richness in a painting you never knew you could achieve. Photos, go to www.therovingartist.com. Leader: Margret Ann Miller Limit: 10     Fee: $32.00 
Wed - May 11
5:30-8:30pm


NO MORE STRESS JUST HAPPINESS

An interactive workshop on living the stress-free life will empower you to reduce negative stress; resolve conflicts; repair relationships; improve communication; strengthen your immune system; balance emotions; prevent sickness & create an understanding of unconditional love & forgiveness. If not completely satisfied, money refunded. Leader: Robert Moyers Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Sun - May 8
1:30-4:30pm


RAKU POTTERY

A fun evening finishing your pots in this Japanese style firing! Enjoy a potluck (Bring dish to share!) PRE-REQUISITE: taken 577 Adult Pottery class & have 3-5 pots already bisque fired. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 12     Fee: $18.00 
Wed - May 25
5-9pm


SATURDAY POTTERY-PITCHERS

FEATURING: PITCHERS Class provides intermediate & advance students pottery skill instructions, individual attention & demonstrations. PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 15     Fee: $18.00 
Sat - May 14
9am-12pm


SPRING HERB WALK

Many common “weeds” have a lot to offer once you get to know them. Join us as we stroll the grounds in search of wild food & medicine, meeting the herbs in their own environment. Discuss the characteristics, harvesting, use & lore of our best springtime allies. Handouts provided. BRING: notebook & pencil. Leader: Sarah Williams Limit: 20     Fee: $15.00 
Thu - May 26
5:30-7pm


STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS

Make a lovely stained glass panel. 6 designs will be available & many beautiful glass colors. No experience necessary. Tools & materials provided. Plan to work on your project at home for an hour or so between classes. For photos, go to www.stevesglassclass.com. Leader: Steve Noblet Limit: 10     Fee: $80.00 
Mon - May 2, 9
6:30-9:30pm


STAMPED CARDS & PAPERCRAFTS

Sunny skies & warm temperatures are here!  Get prepared for celebrations summer brings; graduation, weddings, picnics, babies & birthdays! Six projects will include cards, a money/gift holder & treat container with the treats! Use a variety of techniques & embellishments, make your projects sparkle & shine including sequins, glitter, dry & heat embossing, die cuts & more. For beginner or seasoned stamper! Leader: Chris Smith Limit: 18     Fee: $20.00 
Mon - May 23
6:30-8:30pm


SUMMER SALADS

Summer salads are delicious & go with grilled meat, poultry or fish. Lentil salad has a nice flavor & texture partnered with veggies & dressed with oil & lemon. Spinach salad is light & delicious. Chick pea salad is hearty & delicious. Avocado salad is addicting & satisfying. Taboole salad is the staple Lebanese salad, using nothing but fresh ingredients. Hot baked cheese bread made two different ways. BRING: “To Go” containers. Leader: Azeze Abdoney Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Thu - May 26
12:30-4:30pm


YOGA NIDRA INTEGRATIVE MEDITATION

The body has an innate mechanism for maintaining balance & health. Chronic tension & stress weakens our ability to maintain this balance. Learn step by step easily practiced meditation techniques to reverse the effects of stress & create a state of physical, mental & emotional relaxation & wellness. BRING: pillows for body support in comfortable lying meditation. Leader: Nancy Sloan Limit: 8     Fee: $15.00 
Thu - May 12
6:30-8pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - 2D FIBER COLLAGE

Artist Danielle Herrera believes one man's junk is another man's treasure. This is something that we will be putting into action. From old clothes, buttons, paper bags, even dryer lint. We will be making art out of this "junk". Step by step instructions & pre drawn out, no artist knowledge required. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM) For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Danielle Herrera Limit: 12     Fee: $35.00 
Sun - Jun 12
9am-1pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - BOOK MAKING

Join artist Judy Kahle in exploring the art of handmade books using readily available supplies. You will learn easy ways to create a variety of soft & hard cover books including a maze book, an accordion book, a pamphlet & a lotus book. You will go home with your books & helpful tips as well as a bibliography & list of resources. BRING: good quality glue stick (UHU would be an example); a favorite bone folder (can bring, but not required). (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Judy Kahle Limit: 10     Fee: $25.00 
Sun - Jun 12
9am-1pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - CAN NOT RESIST DYEING FABRIC

Artist Brooks Harris Stevens will teach various resist dyeing techniques on silk scarves, t-shirts & fabric. This one-day workshop will focus on using various resist techniques such as clamped, bound, wrapped & shibori resists! We will use MX Fiber reactive dyes that will give you maximum color saturation, yielding good results for wearables as well as creating fabrics for your next sewing venture. Fabrics will be supplied for resist dyeing: two silk scarves, two cotton T-shirts, plus additional fabrics such as silk, linen & cotton for experimentation. This fun workshop is open for all learning stages. BRING: scissors, seam ripper, apron or work shirt, rubber gloves, wear clothes that won’t get ruined, & comfortable shoes! (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Brooks Harris Stevens Limit: 10     Fee: $100.00 
Sun - Jun 12
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - CINDY STEILER - ARTIST TALK

Spend the evening with Cindy Steiler, a mixed-media textile artist & alternative-process photographer living in Gainesville, Florida. She will discuss creativity, inspiration, & the importance of a sketchbook. She will also cover venturing into mainstream art venues with fiber, textile arts, travel opportunities, & residencies for artists. Steiler recently ventured to Wales & Portugal to teach & exhibit her work. Her work was also selected for a solo show within the 2015 fiber577 show at The 577 Foundation. She studied set & costume design at Colorado State University & is a mixed media textile artist with a specialty in alternative process photography. Her work is represented by galleries both in the US & Europe & is currently on view at Angelwood Gallery in Grand Rapids, Ohio, as well as being featured in numerous publications. Complimentary snacks included. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Cindy Steiler Limit: 50     Fee: $5.00 
Fri - Jun 10
6-8pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - CYANOTYPES

Artist Cindy Steiler, in this two day workshop, you will explore printing botanicals & photographic images on fabric using the cyanotype process for many applications in textile art. The cyanotype process creates stunning imagery that works wonderfully for genealogy & memorial projects, art quilts, wearables, & mixed media projects. This comprehensive workshop will cover the nuts & bolts of creating a home studio plus creative possibilities with cyanotypes on fabric. Also learn more about the history of the birth of the cyanotype process & Anna Atkins. Anna Atkins was a botanist & claimed to be the first female photographer & the first person to create a book illustrated with photographs. Go girl power! You will learn all this & more!: • Options for creating a portable or temporary “darkroom” • Instructions to create a “dark bag” to store treated fabric and paper • Learn which suppliers can provide get necessary equipment • How to prepare digital negatives from both old photos and jpegs • Great workarounds to keep initial investment low without sacrificing results • Find out the secret to transforming the blue and white cyanotype images to black and white or sepia tone • Explore options to add additional color to cyanotype photographs • Contact printing botanicals, objects, lace, etc. • Combine cyanotypes with embroidery and other materials (fabrics, photographs) • How to prepare your fabric for proper printing • Care of cyanotype when used for wearables. BRING: sketchbook. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Cindy Steiler Limit: 15     Fee: $200.00 
Sat - Jun 11 Sun -12
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - HOOK A SMALL MAT

Artist Sharon Hammer Baker says the traditional art of hooking uses simple tools & materials to create durable & beautiful textiles. During this one day workshop, you will learn about the history of traditional hooking, appropriate materials for mat & rug making, & basic techniques for designing, creating, & finishing a piece. Once the fundamentals are mastered, the possibilities for creative variations of color & texture are endless. A small mat will be completed during the workshop. BRING: Scissors, paper & pencil, short lengths of yarn & small pieces of wool or cotton fabrics if you have them. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Sharon Hammer Baker Limit: 8     Fee: $90.00 
Sat - Jun 11
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - MIXED-MEDIA ENCAUSTIC COLLAGE

Artist Jennifer Solon shares that this workshop will explore methods of mixed-media collage using encaustic wax, a combination of beeswax & damar resin. Along with its adhesive properties, this versatile wax medium brings a beautiful translucency to artwork. Using various surface design techniques, you will create fabric & paper collage materials to incorporate into your pieces. Oil paints, pigments, crayons & other media will be used to further enhance these multi-layered compositions. BRING: apron or wear clothes that won't be ruined. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Jennifer Solon Limit: 8     Fee: $110.00 
Sun - Jun 12
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - NEEDLE FELTED BABY DRAGON

Artist Margret-Ann Miller quotes J.R.R. Tolkien as an inspiration to her class, “It simply isn’t an adventure worth telling if there aren’t any dragons.” Students who have participated in at least two of my 3D sculptural classes in 2015 & 2016 may embark on this journey. There are sculptural classes slated for Mar, Apr, May if you need to get the pre-requisite in. The making of a dragon is not for the faint of heart. The struggle is real & patience a virtue. I will provide the skin of Smaug the Needle Felted Dragon. I will bear the weapons of choice, felting needles. You bring basic survival gear. If you truly believe, together we will breathe the fire of life into his tiny lungs. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Margret Ann Miller Limit: 10     Fee: $95.00 
Sat - Jun 11
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - RUSSIAN LEAF

Russian leaves are a trademark style for artist Jenny Schu as she uses them both as the focal point in her beaded jewelry & as accents in her sculptural fine art work. In this half-day workshop, participants will learn the twists & turns of weaving a beaded leaf which can then be turned into earrings or other projects. Instructions will be provided for participants to follow on their own later. BRING: scissors, notebook. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Jenny Schu Limit: 6     Fee: $45.00 
Sat - Jun 11
12-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - SILK SHIBORI SCARF

Artist Erin Miller will teach the fundamentals of shibori dyeing to create your own silk scarf. Together we will create a number of technical samples including clamping, stitching, wrapping, binding, & folding to create patterns on fabric. While doing this you will learn the basics of mixing dye & applying dye to fabric in the most effective way for a home studio. After experimenting with the techniques you will be given the opportunity to apply what you have learned to a full size silk scarf. Leave with an illustrated collection of samples & notes in addition to your completed scarf. BRING: rubber gloves, apron, sketchbook, pencil. Wear clothes that might get dye on them. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Erin Miller Limit: 10     Fee: $40.00 
Sat - Jun 11
9am-4pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - TWO DROP PEYOTE STITCH

Artist Jenny Schu describes peyote stitch as the base for various types of beadweaving techniques & has unlimited opportunity for application to creative design. In this half-day workshop, we will work in two-drop peyote stitch to create a bracelet which will have a loop & pearl clasp. As we get going on the stitch, we will discuss design & color change in two drop peyote. BRING: scissors, notebook. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Jenny Schu Limit: 10     Fee: $45.00 
Sat - Jun 11
9am-1pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - WEAVING FOR THE WALL

Artist Trey Gehring: Small Tapestry Weaving. Woven wall hangings are all the rage & there is no question as to why. This fun & versatile textile art can make any room feel like home & add much needed texture & color to any space. Participants will be given the supplies they need, including their own tapestry loom that they get to bring home with them. Each participant will create a custom wall tapestry using easy & versatile techniques. Armed with their own loom & new skills they will be able to make countless tapestries at home. BRING: scissors, notebook & pencil, ruler or tape measure. (LUNCH INCLUDED 12-1PM). For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops PAYMENT DEADLINE MAY 16 (no refunds after 5/16.) Leader: Trey Gehring Limit: 12     Fee: $45.00 
Sun - Jun 12
12-4pm


YOUTH AND FAMILY CLASSES

FAMILY POTTERY: 4 yr olds-K with adult

Adult & child make hand built pottery together or individually from demonstrations. Work with pinch, slab or extruded clay, decorate with colored slips. 577 will finish pieces with a clear glaze. BOTH ADULT AND CHILD MUST REGISTER FOR CLASS. Leader: Connie Vasbinder 577 Staff Limit: 10     Fee: $15.00 
Mon - May 9
10-11:30am


PARTNERS IN FUN-DINOSAURS: 3-4 yr olds w/adult

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Who likes dinosaurs? Let’s make some! Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 7     Fee: $5.00 
Tue - May 3
10-11am


PARTNERS IN FUN-PIRATE: 3-4 yr olds w/adult

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Aye Matey! Want to be a pirate? Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Tue - May 24
10-11am