Build Homes for Fairies or Gnomes with Lenore Lyons
- $160.00 - Non-Member
- $145.00 - Member
Kids ages 6-10 years old
Click HERE to watch a short video on what the kids will be doing in this fun class!!
Children will use natural and “magical” materials to create their own miniature home for indoor fairies, gnomes, and other magical beings. They will plan, design, and build a structure in this fun class that puts the A in STEM. With reeds and grapevine they will construct walls, then finish them by weaving and attaching fibers, raffia and silk flowers. They may add a roof, loft or other additions. This STEAM class will give kids a chance to stretch their imaginations while using an amazing variety of materials to make fairy furniture, gardens, or other comforts and accessories. On the final day, they will make the miniature woodland figures to enjoy and play with in their new home. Students will learn to use hot glue safely with permission. This class typically sells out. Please register early.
This class is for kids ages 6-10 years old.
This class will meet in the Owl Hall on the main level of the Education Wing.
Materials needed for this class are provided and included in the class price.
WE ARE COMMITTED TO MAKING YOUR CLASS SAFE
The safety of our students, teachers, patrons, volunteers, and staff is our highest priority. We continue to make adjustments to keep everyone safe for in-person classes at the Cultural Center. To ensure the safety of those around you, we ask that you follow any standing CDC guidelines while at the Cultural Center. Thank you!
Lenore Lyons is the founder of The Key Idea, Inc., a large-scale community engagement project that showcases optimism through art and writing. Over 7000 people ages 1-100+ have participated from across the United States in this ongoing project to discover who we are as a nation by looking at our big dreams. This project has been exhibited over 20 timesKeyStories have been exhibited in Cape Cod, Boston, Chicago and Washington DC from 2015- present at the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum. Lyons is the former Director of Arts Education at Cotuit Center for the Arts where she developed an award-winning arts education programs for adults and children. She led an outreach program for at risk youth centered on empowerment through the arts including literacy and bully prevention. She has independently taught a variety of art classes at local centers, including Harwich Junior Theater, Cape Cod Art Center, Cape Cod Museum of Art and the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. A retired teacher, Lyons was recognized for her art education and advocacy with VISI Award from the Cape Cod and Islands Art Educators in 2018, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Social Collaboration in the Arts, Creative Community Awards 2015, and Cape Cod Life Magazine Silver Award for Best Children’s Activities on the Mid Cape in 2014. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Neon CRM by Neon One|