For more information on Activities & Classes, please email John Tilley or call (205) 562-3230.
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The instructor works individually with each student at any skill level. Various watercolor techniques will be covered with an emphasis on color, composition and values. A variety of subject matter will be painted. Previous painting experience is not required.
These classes are designed for those with previous watercolor experience. Students will paint subjects of their own choosing
and be encouraged to develop their own style as well as exploring various watercolor techniques.
This class is for students who have always wanted to try watercolor or for those who have a busy schedule. This short session will give students an opportunity to give it a try. Various watercolor techniques will be explored. Beginning and intermediate students are welcome
Participants will learn a variety of weaves and put them to work in a large range of functional and beautiful baskets. History of basket weaving will also be discussed. Students will complete 3-4 pieces.
Michael (Mickey) Miller, assisted by his wife Jill, will be teaching the class. They are professional basket weavers with over 30 years experience. They have also studied with nationally known instructors and are regular exhibitors at Kentuck Art Festival.
November 4-25, Saturdays 9am-1pm
$180 per person, supplies and materials included.
Students will be encouraged to express themselves artistically. Students will become familiar with applying the elements and principles of design to create different forms in art in both two and three dimensions. Various media including plaster, wire, paper, paint and cloth will be used to explore both abstract and realistic art forms. Projects of instruction will include sculpture, batik, painting and drawing.
Need to get that unruly pooch under control? We can help! Dogs must be at least 4 months old and have had all of their vaccinations. Those with a history of biting or vicious behavior are discouraged from registering for the course.
Clean out your closets and take advantage of the convenience of our indoor gym to sell your unwanted stuff.
Booths sell out, so please register early.
Shoppers, come for great bargain hunting, rain or shine!
It's like an indoor flea market, with free admission to shoppers.
Date: August 12
Location: McAbee Center
Booth Rental: $20
Beginning to advanced classes taught by National Twirling Association Accredited Instructor, Coach & Judge, Cathy Earnest. Prices range from $68-$78 per session. Reduced pricing for multiple classes during the same session or more than one child in a family.
Classes available for indivuals or majorette lines.
For additional information and to order batons contact Cathy Earnest at (205) 310-2360.