All Ages Clay Class

Thursday afternoons in March – May
Adama Sow

This all-ages class with teaching artist Adama Sow is the perfect class for kids, teens, and adults, or for parents to take with their children! Demonstrations will cover basic wheel throwing, hand-building, sculpture, and glazing techniques as well as more advanced concepts upon request. Work at your own pace with both individualized and group instruction. No clay experience necessary; all levels are welcome. Materials are included.

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My Granny Went to Market

Saturday, May 6, 10:00-11:30 AM (New class! Not in catalog)
Erika Arndt
Grandma buys amazing things from all around the world in this great counting rhyme. You’ll make a few items from the story by Stella Blackstone and dance to some cool counting songs.

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Tweens and Teens Flower Cakes

Saturday, May 13, 10:00-11:00 AM
Ginnie Peterson & Therese Sexe

No baking required! Ginnie Peterson and Therese Sexe from Crocus Hill Studio will teach you how to make a beautiful cake out of colorful flowers for yourself or for Mother’s Day!

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Early Birds

Saturday, May 20, 1:00-2:30 PM
Margie Jones

Build a unique nest of clay for a bird friend, using hand building techniques. This is a class that the whole family can enjoy together! Materials are included.

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Postcard Flash Fiction

Monday, May 22, 6:00-8:00 PM
Tracy Maurer

Let your creativity wander to faraway places to help you write fun short-short stories. Using actual postcards from around the world for inspiration, you’ll write flash fiction that combines all the usual literature elements—setting, plot, and character—in less than 500 words. We’ll talk about what makes a story and how to give it flair without a lot of fluff. Where will your writing go?

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