Kids Craft Class @ Madrona Shelter to Feature Neighborhood Artwalk

Creative kids need a way to express themselves! In this new class offered through the Garfield Community Center at the Madrona Shelterhouse kids will get a chance to try a variety of arts and crafts mediums, including but not limited to collage, watercolor, yarn and found objects. Each student will receive a sketchbook to encourage drawing and sketching both in and out of class. To connect this class even more to the neighborhood, we will be joined by Coyote Central Director Marybeth Satterlee, for a guided art walk around the neighborhood to learn some of the history behind the public art that distinguishes the Central District. All supplies included.

Sept 21- Oct 26, Wednesdays 4-5pm
Ages 6-10
Activity fee $85

Madrona Shelterhouse
3315 E Spring St
Seattle, WA 98122

Space is limited, so register today!
To Register Call (206) 684-4788

Instructor: Kelli Refer holds a B.A. in Art History and volunteered at MCA Denver guiding tours and teaching kids crafts. She currently teaches yoga through the Garfield Community Center and also teaches Kid’s Yoga. To learn more about Kelli and her other classes you can click here.

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