Porch Sale Going on NOW!
The Education Committee created a project that would benefit the community and help the Center reach out to a new demographic–kids! The Committee was inspired by the Little Free Library concept.
Suggestions: Watercolor Kits ◊ Finger Puppets ◊ Paracord Dragonflies ◊ Woven Turtles◊ and more!
We need your help to make this project sustainable into the future!
How? You don’t have to buy a lot of supplies, just look around at your art stash. We know you have an art stash somewhere. Use what you already have to put together a few small kits. Detailed instructions aren’t necessary, you can include a link to an instructional video instead!
Plunder the kids closet at the Center. We have a lot of yarn, string, ribbons, pipe cleaners, construction paper, and more! Use your individual skills to make your kits.
Check out what’s currently available in the Craft Cottage if you need some inspiration. If you would like to watch a video for ideas, two of my favorite websites are RedTedArt and CraftyCrow. Please join us and help keep our Kids Craft Cottage stocked with kits to spread the crafty love to our community and the travelers who stop in to visit.
Hosted by the Pottery Department
Spring is around the corner!!
All members, juried or not, are invited to sell their outdoor-related work; aprons, wind chimes, flower pots, birdbaths, birdhouses, plant stakes–anything that would go in the garden!
If interested in participating, please follow the Instructions for Selling at the Garden Art Fair. Pick up an instruction sheet at the Center or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an electronic copy.
All work will need to be properly labeled and dropped off starting at 12:00 pm on April 13 in the Pottery Studio. Unsold work must be picked up by April 26. Any remaining work will be donated to the center for reselling.
We are looking forward to hosting this inaugural event!