Sewing Club is a hands-on club where students learn how to hand sew as well as sew simple things on a sewing machine. This is a continuing class for students who have learned the machine basics. We will sew a draw-string bag as well as a simple small quilt. Beginning experience on a machine is suggested. This is not a drop in class, you must pre-register for this class with limited spaces available.
Begins Monday April 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30, May 7, 14, 21st. $84.00 per participant Ages 10-14
Time to Pulp it Up. Introduction to papermaking, is for all ages. We will learn the basics of making recycled handmade paper by using old envelopes, magazines, letters, anything you can recycle. First we will create papers of various colors then add lovely things like the niggly wiggly from a Hershey Kiss, flowers, ribbons, yarn, fortunes. You can take the paper as is or turn it into some lovely cards. Families welcome. Ages 3-96 $40 per person
Solstice Saturday is a shared time for you and child to gather, celebrate, and honor the solstice with us. This workshop includes introductory yoga and mindful art practices and encourages adult/child interaction as you engage in activities together. The yoga portion will be led by Jessica Becker, CYT 200 and the art portion led by both Jessica Becker and Amy Mietzel
Join us in celebrating Solstice as we shine more brightly in our awareness of the sun as it lingers the longest of any other day in our year. Recommended children age range is from 5-10 years $25 per family---No experience necessary, all materials provided but you might like to bring your own yoga mats.
Rube Goldberg Inventing Weekend Workshop
Got an inventor in the family, an engineer, a thoughtful inspired kid? This workshop is for her/him and you. Join us as we use a variety of materials to create a machine that performs a most simple task. We will learn about Rube Goldberg, an American cartoonist, sculptor, author, engineer, and inventor. Then get out a whole bunch of stuff, fire up the low fire glue guns, find the marbles, wood, dominoes, and duct tape to create a one-of-a-kind invention. Ages 5-92 years $40 per machine Families can work on one together but I bet your little inventor will want to make their own.
Saturday July 14th 1-4pm
Free Workshops at Lakeview Library on Tuesdays.
Join us once a month from 4pm-5pm at Lakeview 2845 N Sherman Ave, Madison, WI 53704
Tuesday May 22nd Robot Collages
Saturday April at Goodman South Treasure Maps