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Children’s art workshops begin Saturday

Create fairy house, gnome home at LLBRV session

Children and adults will have a chance to create an enchanting fairy house or a cool gnome hut Saturday during a Legacy Learning Boone River Valley workshop at the Produce Station Pottery.

The workshop, to be held from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 19, is open to children ages 3 and older and adults.

Those attending will create the whimsical fairy or gnome hut along with a little fairy or gnome to live in their new home. Participants will create and paint with glaze during two-hour workshop.

The workshop will be taught by local art teacher Madalyn Loring, and be held at The Produce Station Pottery, 723 Seneca Street, Webster City. The tuition for the workshop is $20 with a $10 materials fee.

Clay Winter Trees

Loring will also teach a workshop on Clay Winter Trees on Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost is $20 with a $10 firing fee.

Attendees will create some whimsical winter trees. They can sculpt and adorn them to make beautiful decorations for the holiday season. Attendees will create and paint with glaze during the two hour time together. The workshop is open to ages 3 years to adult.

Clay Pendant Necklaces

Children are also invited to create clay pendant necklaces on Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to noon. Tuition is $20, plus a $10 firing fee.

Participants can create a beautiful pendant for someone special or as a gift for themselves. Those attending will create two beautiful ceramic pendants with texture and glaze. We will create and paint with glaze during the two-hour time together. The workshop is open to ages 3 years to adult.

Visit www.legacylearningbrv.org to register for one or all of the workshops.

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