Advanced Pottery Studio
Thursday, March 4, 2021 | 9:30-12:30pmThis group of advance potters work independently in our studio.
Monday, March 8, 2021 | 10:00-12:00pmDrop-in to enjoy lively discussions and laughs with this group. Work on your own project or use Next supplies to create items for donation to various charitable organizations in the area.
Colorful String Easter Eggs
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | 10:30-11:30am
This string Easter egg craft is a fun and simple project that will brighten up your home for a vibrant and long-awaited welcome to spring. A “color-fi lled”, fresh spring décor idea, just in time for Easter. Once the eggs have dried, you can use them to fill glass vases or bowls for the ideal centerpiece, tuck into baskets, make into a garland, or you might want to dangle them from some branches in a vase. The technique used in this craft can be used for pumpkins, ornaments — as well as a variety of seasonal tablescape ideas. It’s a festive way to invite a burst of spring color inside. Now let’s HOP TO IT!
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 | 10:00-2:00pmNovice or experienced quilters are welcome each Wednesday for this social and creative group. Participants enjoy working on individual projects and sharing ideas. Drop-in any Wednesday and join the fun.
Carrot Sugar Scrub
Tuesday, March 23, 2021 | 10:30-11:30am
We are all so happy that spring is around the corner. Bright, cheery colors and scents lift us up after a long winter. Carrot sugar scrub bags are perfect for slipping into Easter baskets as well as handing out as party favors to dinner guests. Not only will these carrot-shaped bags of luxurious scrub visually delight the recipient, they will provide a functional shower or bath experience! Body scrubs are great for lifting away dirt and excess oil, stimulating circulation, removing dead skin cells and exfoliation. The simple but beautiful packaging is what really makes this a special spring treat. Here’s to a fresh spring complexion!
Watercolor Painting Workshop
Wednesday, March 31, 2021 | 2:00-3:00pm
Wednesdays March 31 - May 19 via Zoom
Join noted artist and instructor Karen Halpern - Karen will present a new assignment at each class, with directions, examples, and inspiration. The subjects and styles will be varied, providing opportunities for continued growth and development. Students paint in their own home space, between classes. They show their completed art in the next meeting, with Karen providing positive commentary and helpful suggestions. A new subject is presented for that next week. All levels of experience welcome. Ask for supply list!
Michigan Bird Seed Feeders
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 | 10:30-11:30am
With spring in the air, we thought what better time to share some love with our “over-wintering” birds. It’s the perfect opportunity to create a fun, useful project and interact with nature. The sun is out, the air is warm and the birds are probably looking for a few snacks. With just a few simple ingredients and a Michigan-shaped cookie cutter (that is yours to take home), you will have trees sprinkled with cute homemade feeders and some very happy feathered friends!
Terracotta Citronella Candles
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 | 10:30-11:30am
Ah, those lazy, crazy, hazy days of summer are almost here. Fire up the grill, mix up a pitcher of Tom Collins (or whatever it is people are drinking these days) and hit the backyard. This is what summer is all about. Don’t let pesky mosquitoes or bugs ruin your outdoor parties with family and friends. Terracotta citronella “Don’t Bug Me” candles are easy to make and
will help ensure a bug free zone. And if you like, you can paint them a trendy pattern with watercolors! When you’re done, you can add accessories and give them to friends as a unique summertime gift or keep for yourself.