Life gets really hectic sometimes, especially around holidays. This Thanksgiving weekend take some time out for yourself and take a class. Leave the turkey, gravy and clean up to someone else and learn something new instead!
Heather Bell-Denison is starting a new 2 week class this Thursday October 8th from 6 to 9pm, Metal Clay Rings. This class is intended for intermediate level students, or those who have taken the introduction class.
Saturday October 10th Marilyn Gardiner is in town for two classes. First Basic Bead Stringing from 10 to 12:30pm.
After lunch join her for the Celtic Visions Bracelet, this is a chain mail class. Students should have completed a chain mail project before taking this class.
Next week we have a lot going on. Tuesday October 13th is a Metal Clay Play Day from 11 to 6pm. Please note there is now a $10.00 fee.
Wednesday October 14th is Wire Bead Crochet Basics with Stephanie Dixon from 6:30 to 9:30pm.
Friday October 16th Angela Peace is back with an Introduction to Chinese Knotting from 3 to 6pm. This is a beginner class.
Saturday October 17th is Charmed I'm Sure with Heather Bell-Denison from 10 to 5pm.
Sunday October 18th is How to Price Your Jewelry-Starting a Microbusiness with Catherine Winter from 1 to 4:15pm. This is a great class for those who are thinking of starting a business or those who have and are looking for a few new tips.
Monday October 19th Wire Working and Wrapping 101 with Robert Burton begins again from 6 to 9pm. This class runs for 3 weeks.
Thursday October 22nd and Friday October 23rd is Michael David Sturlin's Hand Crochet Chain from 10 to 6pm each day. There is only 1 space left in this class!
Saturday October 24th and Sunday October 25th David Michael Sturlin's Quick Clasps and Findings class from 10 to 6pm each day. There are a few spaces left in this class.
The kit fees and lists of tools needed should be up on the site by Wednesday evening this week.
Don't forget that we have Happy Hour Torching this Thursday from 5 to 9pm, buy one hour get one free.
Happy Beading and enjoy your turkey day!