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

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: $80.00 
Tue - Feb 28
9am-4pm


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 
Tue - Feb 28
6:30-8pm


A FARM LIFE TODAY

Owners Jim & Teri (Utz) Bers?e of Bers?e & Utz Heirloom Farm, Waterville, will share their experiences in resurrecting part of the once conventionally-grown family farm into the sustainable farm it is today. Whether it’s keeping up with farm animals, growing vegetables under high tunnels, planting & maintaining an orchard, or growing for their own vegetable market stand, they offer first-hand information valuable to any size farm or homesteader. Leader: Vicki Gallagher 577 Staff Limit: 30     Fee: $20.00 
Sun - Mar 12
2-4pm


ACRYLIC SPRING MOUNTAIN MEADOW

Learn to paint a lovely mountain scene with colorful meadow flowers. Easy to follow guidance. All supplies provided for you to create your own work of art on a 11" x 14" canvas. No experience necessary! BRING: sack lunch or snacks. Leader: Mary Claire Roe Limit: 10     Fee: $25.00 
Mon - Mar 6
10am-2:30pm


ADULT POTTERY: 18 yrs & older

A comprehensive adult pottery class!! This class is for adult beginners through advance potters. All levels welcome to experience in-depth clay work. We will teach pinch, slab, coil & extruder techniques. Learn the potter’s wheel & understand the techniques in glazing pots. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 12     Fee: $120.00 
Wed - Mar 8, 15, 22, 29 Apr 5, 12
9:30-11:30am


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: $80.00 
Mon - Mar 20
9am-4pm


CARVE A SPRING BUNNY: 18 yrs & older

A sure sign of Spring is sighting of bunnies darting about the countryside. Carve your own Spring Bunny to display & chase away those winter blues. Your bunny may be hung on a wall or stand alone. All levels of carving experience welcomed. Safety, sharpening & technique discussed. Tools, safety equipment & blanks provided. Leader: Jean McDonald Limit: 10     Fee: $30.00 
Sat - Mar 4
1-4pm


CARVE THE MAN IN THE MOON: 18 yrs & older

Picture the man in the new moon smiling down on you. This easy & fun carving will be done as a modified relief emphasizing the facial features of the “man”. Choose the expression on your moon to suit your mood. All levels of carving experience welcomed. Safety, sharpening & technique discussed. Tools, safety equipment & blanks provided. Leader: Jean McDonald Limit: 10     Fee: $30.00 
Sat - Mar 11
1-4pm


CASSEROLES WHEEL DEMO

Julie Beutler, 25 years of pottery experience, will be demonstrating on the potter’s wheel the specifics of making casseroles on the wheel, she will show several completed & in progress projects. 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 
Mon - Mar 27
5-6pm


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 
Mon - Mar 6
6-8pm


GARDEN KEEPSAKE NOTE CARDS

Looking for a beautiful note card to give someone that will be treasured, unique & personal because you created it?  Learn to make cards with dried flowers & greenery – anyone can do it! Perfect gifts for holidays & other occasions. Supplies & tools provided. Instructions & handouts with ideas will be given out for future reference. Feel free to bring your own dried flowers & greenery to use. Leader: Cathy Jacks Limit: 10     Fee: $15.00 
Tue - Mar 14
6-7:30pm


GARDENING WITH LESS WATER

Learn techniques to gather & conserve water while keeping your plants hydrated, with most of the supplies you have in your home. Author David Bainbridge’s book of the same name will provide you with step-by-step illustrations; show how to assemble low-tech systems in your landscape & how to use them to get water directly to your plants. Adaptable to any garden size, including containers. Leader: Vicki Gallagher 577 Staff Limit: 30     Fee: $20.00 
Thu - Mar 2
6-8pm


INTRODUCTION TO HIGHLAND BAGPIPE

Ever wonder how bagpipes work? Wanted to see them up close? Come to this introductory session where you can hear the pipes, learn about their origins, the music they play & how they are made. This class might inspire you to play one yourself! Leader: Cathie Slabaugh Limit: 20     Fee: $5.00 
Wed - Mar 15
6:30-8:30pm


LEARN TO MEDITATE

Learn ways to quiet your mind so that you can begin to listen to your inner wisdom. Through various practical meditative techniques you may begin a journey of self-discovery that can add depth & meaning, as well as reduce stress in your everyday life. Leader: Pam Summons Limit: 20     Fee: $0.00 
Thu - Mar 16, 23, 30
7-8:30pm


MIDDLE EASTERN GOOD

Homemade dough is going to be used to make a variety of pizzas. All kinds of toppings to make this 'cant stop eating' pizza. Tabbouleh is a Middle Eastern vegetarian dish made of tomatoes, chopped parsley, mint, bulgur & onion; seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice & salt. Vegetarian grape leaves are a perfect appetizer & dinner accompaniment to any meal. Make with rice, parsley, onions & tomatoes; cooked in a tart lemon, olive oil, water mixture. BRING: “To Go” containers. Leader: Azeze Abdoney Limit: 15     Fee: $25.00 
Fri - Mar 31
12:30-4:30pm


MIDDLE EASTERN SOUPS

Hearty kidney bean soup making use of every day cupboard ingredients. Lentil soup is always a middle eastern favorite. Bold in flavors & taste. Vegetable soup that is bursting with flavor & easy to make. Basic Lebanese salad made with any of these soups makes for a light & healthy dinner. Homemade cheese bread a good accompaniment! BRING: “To Go” containers. Leader: Azeze Abdoney Limit: 15     Fee: $25.00 
Fri - Mar 3
12:30-4:30pm


NATURAL CLEANING FOR MIND & BODY

After months of limited activity, diets low on fresh produce, mostly-indoor living, we join the natural world in stretching our limbs & revving up for the summer. Spring is the traditional time to refresh our mentality & metabolism, releasing any stagnation that has accumulated. The first spring herbs are ready to harvest. Many have gently cleaning properties; mineral-rich roots & tonics replenish our stores to fuel the season of activity ahead. Learn how these herbs, foods & activities can give you a boost this season. If weather permits, we will stroll the grounds & meet some of our most helpful weeds. Leader: Sarah Williams Limit: 20     Fee: $15.00 
Wed - Mar 29
6-7:30pm


NATURAL SPRING CLEANING

Ready to throw open the windows, clear out the cobwebs & grime of a long winter! No need to use harsh or dangerous chemicals. When used properly, many natural household staples are effective cleaning agents. Learn to prepare & use a range of products to scour & freshen everything from laundry to windows. Herbs lend their help in de-greasing, disinfecting & filling your home with their uplifting fragrances. Leader: Sarah Williams Limit: 30     Fee: $15.00 
Wed - Mar 8
6-7:30pm


QUILLING BASICS

Learn a new art form that is over 500 years old, “Paper Quilling.” It is the craft of arranging rolled & shaped strips of paper to make a variety of unique designs. Learn the basic techniques & see many ways to use them. ALL skill levels welcome. BRING: ruler. Leader: Bridget Lee Limit: 10     Fee: $15.00 
Tue - Mar 28
6:30-8pm


RAKU POTTERY

A fun evening finishing your pots in this Japanese style firing! Enjoy a potluck (Bring a dish to share!) PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class & have 3-5 pots already bisque fired. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 15     Fee: $18.00 
Mon - Mar 13
5-9pm


SATURDAY POTTERY-FAIRY DOORS, GARDEN

FEATURING: FAIRY DOORS/GARDEN 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: $20.00 
Sat - Mar 4
1:30-4:30pm


SATURDAY POTTERY-PATIO DECORATION

FEATURING: PATIO DECORATION 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: $20.00 
Sat - Mar 4
9am-12pm


SOUTHEAST ASIAN & NYONYA CUISINES-FRI AM

The 15th century, Chinese traded in Malacca, which is now part of Malaysia. The Straits of Malacca was an important waterway connecting the East & West for trade. Malacca was an important trading port. During the Ming Dynasty a princess left China to marry the Sultan (King) of Malacca. The male attendants of the princess married local women & their children were the first Peranakan. (Men were called Baba, women were called Nyonya). The Nyonya created cuisines by combining chili spices & Chinese spices. From then on this combination of Chinese & Malay cooking is known as Nyonya cooking which consists of spiced grilled meat, fragrant curries, subtly flavored soup, crispy lightly cooked vegetables & fiery chili flavored dishes. Learn the history of Southeast Asian cooking & the secrets of the Health Diet. BRING: apron. Meal included. Dishes: Indonesian Beef Patties, Singapore Fried Rice Noodles, Traditional Nyonya Achar, Ayam Rica Rica (Chili Chicken) & Coconut Sago Pudding (Kueh). Leader: Ching Leong Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Fri - Mar 17
11:30am-2pm


SOUTHEAST ASIAN & NYONYA CUISINES-FRI PM

Nyonya). The Nyonya created cuisines by combining chili spices & Chinese spices. From then on this combination of Chinese & Malay cooking is known as Nyonya cooking which consists of spiced grilled meat, fragrant curries, subtly flavored soup, crispy lightly cooked vegetables & fiery chili flavored dishes. Learn the history of Southeast Asian cooking & the secrets of the Health Diet. BRING: apron. Meal included. Dishes: Kampong Fried Rice (Nyonya Style), Mango Shrimp, Bak kut Teh (Herbal Ribs Soup), Ayam Rica Rica (Chili Chicken) & Coconut Sago Pudding (Kueh). Leader: Ching Leong Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Fri - Mar 17
6-8:30pm


SOUTHEAST ASIAN & NYONYA CUISINES-SAT PM

Nyonya). The Nyonya created cuisines by combining chili spices & Chinese spices. From then on this combination of Chinese & Malay cooking is known as Nyonya cooking which consists of spiced grilled meat, fragrant curries, subtly flavored soup, crispy lightly cooked vegetables & fiery chili flavored dishes. Learn the history of Southeast Asian cooking & the secrets of the Health Diet. BRING: apron. Meal included. Dishes: Kampong Fried Rice (Nyonya style), Taro Clay Pot, Bak kut Teh (Herbal Ribs Soup), Ayam Rica Rica (Chili Chicken) & Coconut Sago Pudding (Kueh). Leader: Ching Leong Limit: 15     Fee: $20.00 
Sat - Mar 18
6-8:30pm


STAMPED CARDS & PAPERCRAFTS

The world is a sea of green, purple & gold this month! Stamp a coordinated set featuring shades of green! Set includes two cards (your choice of greeting) & a treat holder! Other projects include good luck/St. Patty's Day card & two other cards for Spring (your choice of greeting). Use a variety of techniques that include die cuts, glitter/glitz, embossing (dry & heat). Class for beginner or advanced stamper!  Leader: Chris Smith Limit: 18     Fee: $20.00 
Thu - Mar 9
6:30-8:30pm


YOGA FOUNDATIONS

A perfect class for those new to yoga, or looking to deepen their practice through a focus on alignment. You will be guided through basic yoga postures including lunges, single leg balancing & seated stretching that will help increase your flexibility, strength & gain an understanding of what yoga is about. Equipment provided. Leader: Tara Kestner Limit: 8     Fee: $15.00 
Wed - Mar 22
5:30-7pm


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 
Tue - Mar 21
6:30-8pm


ADULT THROWING-HALF DAY

NEW 1/2 day class! 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. PRE-REQUISITE: taken the 577 Adult Pottery class. Leader: Julie Beutler 577 Staff Limit: 5     Fee: $40.00 
Sat - Apr 1
1:30-4:30pm


fiber577 LECTURE - A STITCH IN TIME

Join us for an evening lecture with Cleveland artist, Christine Mauersberger as she discusses her personal sources of inspiration to make art. She uses stitching the way some would use marks on paper - to create textures, meditative spaces & maps that reflect an inner landscape. She also makes stitches on natural objects such as leaves. For her, the deceptively simple stitch has become a mechanism for constructive exploration. Christine has used it on cloth, natural objects & in room-sized installations in abandoned houses in Cleveland, Ohio. She will share actual work examples & images in her presentation. Complimentary snacks included. Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Christine Mauersberger Limit: 50     Fee: $10.00 
Fri - Jun 9
6-7:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - ART TO WEAR: LAMINATED FELT

Artist Dena Gershon will help you create a unique work of wearable art using one of the earliest known textile techniques - felting. Laminated felt (also known as Nuno felt) is a contemporary variation of wet-felting in which fine wool's natural tendency to felt is explored to the fullest. Using luxury fibers such as hand dyed merino wool, mohair locks & fine silks, participants will learn the techniques & process to create luscious, fully reversible scarf-length fabric with limitless potential to explore texture, transparency & drape. The final piece can hang on your wall to enjoy one way & then transfer to the body to turn you into a walking work of art. All levels of experience & artistic confidence are welcome. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail dena.gershon@gmail.com (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Dena Gershon Limit: 8     Fee: $80.00 
Sat - Jun 10
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - DYEING FOR BLUE

Artist Jennifer Gould will instruct Dyeing For Blue. The seemingly mysterious dye, INDIGO, used throughout the world but famous for its special development in Japan, dyes BLUE - from light to darkest of navy. When combined with the Japanese technique of SHIBORI (stitch & bound resists), the two create delightful patterning on natural fabrics (cotton, linen, rayon, silk, wool). Further combined with already colored fabric, multiple colors can be achieved. Students will have their own indigo pot, learn about the history & use of indigo around the world while stitching their fabric & develop a basic library of stitches in order to design pieces using shibori. Fabric, yarn & small pieces of clothing (shirts/blouses, thin fabric dresses, small jackets, scarves) can be dyed. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail jgould1526@gmail.com or call 616-878-1526. (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Jennifer Gould Limit: 15     Fee: $125.00 
Sat - Jun 10 Sun -11
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - ECO PRINTING

Artist Kathy Hays will be teaching Eco Printing, contact printing of plants onto protein fiber fabrics. Be inspired by the beautiful grounds of The 577 Foundation & create plant prints on fabric & paper. During the 2 day workshop we will take a Nature walk to explore, identify & collect different plants suitable for contact printing. This is perfect for fiber artist, feltmakers, dyers & art quilters. No experience necessary, just a willingness to experiment & enjoy the bounties of nature. You will enjoy the wonderful aroma of onion skins & Eucalyptus as the bundles are processing. Different techniques will be presented for fabric & one technique for paper. Some hand strength is needed to create bundles. This workshop is designed to learn the fundamentals that will launch your artwork into a new Eco Printing adventure. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail kathyhaysfelts@gmail.com (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Kathy Hays Limit: 10     Fee: $175.00 
Sat - Jun 10 Sun -11
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - INTRODUCTION TO SILK PAINTING

Artist Erin Miller we will cover all the basics of silk painting, from supplies & preparation to paint application & finishing. By first practicing on hankies, students will learn how to control the uniquely fluid paint using various tools & resists. After students become comfortable with the medium they will design & create a full-sized silk scarf that employs their favorite techniques. Emphasis will be made on how to practice silk painting in a home studio & where to acquire supplies so students can continue to investigate the medium after the workshop. Each student will leave with two samples & a silk scarf. ALL SUPPLIES PROVIDED. (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Erin Miller Limit: 12     Fee: $60.00 
Sun - Jun 11
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - KUMIHIMO JAPANESE BRAIDING

Artist Jeanne Norman Sarna will be teaching Kumihimo Braiding which has been practiced for over 5 thousand years by many cultures. The Japanese have developed over two thousand different braid structures, each of them have thousands of variations. This workshop will focus on the eight-element, round Kongo Gumi braid. Learn the basics of working in the Japanese style, using a modern foam disk. The beginning project will be to make a bracelet, starting with how to make the braid. Once the braiding is mastered, learn to add beads in pattern & finish with professional jewelry techniques. Next, learn about variations of the Kongo Gumi braid. A few simple changes will produce a unique braid. Start a second project, your choice: bracelet, necklace, dog leash, cords for a mixed media project or make anything out of the braid; it will be up to you. Kumihimo is very addictive, you will now have the skills to do a variety of projects. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail jsarna@pageAdditions.com or call 248-813-8888. (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Jeanne Norman Sarna Limit: 12     Fee: $65.00 
Sat - Jun 10
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - SPONTANEOUS HAND-STITCHING

Artist Christine Mauersberger says, “There is something enchanting about hand-stitching.” We are drawn to stitch & can almost feel the vitality of the person who created the sewn marks. The purpose of this workshop is to guide you through lively exercises for making your own work in a spontaneous & fresh manner. The two day session will be filled with music, doodling, stitching & fun. I will present ideas & methods through samples, books, powerpoint presentations & music. Students are encouraged to bring a small sampling (1 to 3) of their own stitched items to share with the group to help each of us gain a sense of community, sharing & mutual respect. This is a nice kick-start session for building a meditative & purposeful style of hand-stitching. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail info@christinemauersberger.com (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Christine Mauersberger Limit: 14     Fee: $125.00 
Sat - Jun 10 Sun -11
9am-4:30pm


fiber577 WORKSHOP - TAPESTRY WEAVING

Artist Susan Cayton will be teaching Tapestry Weaving. Learn the weft–faced plain weave technique of discontinuous interlacing of wool yarns to create a project for a wall hanging, bag, garment or table piece. Using a simple 18” x 24” wooden frame loom, we will warp with white or natural colored wool, linen or cotton, multi plied strong smooth yarn. We will learn both the Navajo and French Aubusson tapestry methods and create a sampler with soft wool yarns and simple tools. Susan will share these tapestry methods and have other looms and many finished tapestry items such as bags, wall hangings and rugs on hand for exploring alternate nuances of tapestry weaving. Students will take home their sampler on the wooden frame loom and a detailed instructions with diagrams, glossary terms and a bibliography for future reference. For design inspiration, bring along photos or sketches of landscapes, simple abstract or geometric designs of interest to you. Visit your local library, the museum or the internet for more ideas. SUPPLY LIST: e-mail caytonsj@juno.com (Lunch included 12-1pm; Other Workshop visits 4-4:30pm). Payment due a week after registration – no refunds after May 10. For more information, visit www.fiber577.com/workshops Leader: Susan Cayton Limit: 10     Fee: $75.00 
Sun - Jun 11
9am-4:30pm


YOUTH AND FAMILY CLASSES

DRAWING FUN WITH MR. PICASSO: 2nd-7th grds

Local artist Roy Wilson, as Mr. Picasso, will help youth develop drawing & compositional skills. His step-by-step method is accessible & challenging to all levels. Explore nature & cartooning themes. Come share your creativity! BRING: #2 pencil, eraser, 12x18 drawing pad. Leader: Roy Wilson Limit: 20     Fee: $50.00 
Fri - Mar 17, 24, 31 Apr 7, 14, 21, 28 May 5, 12, 19
3:55-5pm


FAMILY POTTERY: 1st-12th grd w/adult

Adult & child enjoy an exploration of hand built pottery projects. Make projects using coils, pinch, slab, or extruded clay techniques. Make projects together or individually. Decorate with colored slips. 577 will finish pieces with a clear glaze. BOTH ADULT AND CHILD MUST REGISTER FOR CLASS. Leader: Connie Stose 577 Staff Limit: 10     Fee: $20.00 
Sun - Mar 5
10am-12pm

Sun - Mar 5
2-4pm

Sun - Mar 19
10am-12pm

Sun - Mar 19
2-4pm


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 Stose 577 Staff Limit: 10     Fee: $15.00 
Fri - Mar 17
10-11:30am


MUSICAL JAMBOREE: 2-4 yr olds & adult

Come & make music in this class designed for preschoolers. We will dance, play games, sing, listen to stories & use toy musical instruments to make our own music. Take home a shaker to decorate & CD of songs. Leader: Elaine Sneider Limit: 12     Fee: $58.00 
Mon - Mar 20, 27 Apr 3, 10, 17, 24 May 1, 8
10-10:45am


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

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Clothespin fun (caterpillars). Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Thu - Mar 30
10-11am


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

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Want to make a fire-breathing dragon? Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Thu - Mar 23
10-11am


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

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Let’s go to the farm & see what we can find! Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Thu - Mar 2
10-11am


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

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. I like monsters. Let’s make some. Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Thu - Mar 9
10-11am


PARTNERS IN FUN-ST. PATRICKS: 3-4 yr olds w/adult

Designed for preschoolers. Bring a grown up to join in the fun & help create beautiful art projects. Top O’ the Mornin’ to you! Here comes St. Patrick’s Day! Leader: Carole Jambard-Sweet Limit: 14     Fee: $5.00 
Thu - Mar 16
10-11am


YOUTH POTTERY: 6th-12th grds

Students will focus on developing their creative side in many hand built & wheel projects. The course will feature extruded work, slab work & potter’s wheel skills. They will glaze & get an understanding of firing. Leader: Connie Stose 577 Staff Limit: 13     Fee: $95.00 
Tue - Mar 7, 14, 21, 28 Apr 4, 11
5:30-7pm


YOUTH POTTERY: K-2nd grds

Have fun with clay! In this class learn to make pinch, extruded, slab, coil pots & other fun hand built projects. Learn about glazing & take home several pieces! Leader: Connie Stose 577 Staff Limit: 12     Fee: $75.00 
Thu - Mar 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Apr 6
4-5pm