ECO-FIBER ART WORKSHOP SERIES-
Picture Frame Weaving
When: August 23 – 12pm to 2pm
Registration closes August 19, 2018
Join us for this great summer series of fun, hands- on workshops. You will create beautiful pieces made from yarn and dyed from natural, eco- friendly materials. All workshops are $25.00. Payment is accepted at the workshop via check orcash. Sorry, we don’t take credit cards.Workshops are for adults and youth over the age of 15.
Our first workshop is Picture Frame Weaving. You will weave a tapestry of beautifully colored natural yarns in an upcycled picture frame. We will provide frames and yarns. You may bring your own materials to add to your work of art such as colorful fabric, jewelry, beads, stones, bones, and sticks. You will have time to gather materials on- site as well. You will leave with an art piece suitable for any wall.
All workshops are at Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center, 2234 Busch Run Road, Fairplay, Colorado. Contact Kristin Barrett at (719) 836-0123 or at email@example.com to register. Hurry! Classes sizes are limited, and they fill fast! Light snacks will be provided.
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Events & Programs
There's always something fun to do at Beaver Ponds.
Here are some upcoming programs and events.
Nature Immersion Forest Camp - November 19 & 20 9am-1pm
Ages 4-7 $75 per child
A place for unstructured, safe exploration in nature with a small group of friends.
Nature Immersion Programming Series
Engagement in the natural world and social interaction between peers and skilled mentors of nature and ancestral skills for youth. Schedule in development. Please contact Lori Whipple, YGC for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 838-0143.
Snowschool Winter Program
winter-based curriculum to introduce kids to the joy of exploring winter wildlands. Schedule in development. Please contact Kristin Barrett, PC for more information at email@example.com or (719) 838-0143.
#GivingTuesday pledge day for #ColoradoGivesDay on December 4th. How can you get involved in the fun of ‘fun’draising? Contact Amity Vargas, ED for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or (719) 838-0143.
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