After School Arts

Fall into the Holidays

November 10-December 17

Classes meet Tuesday – Thursday, 4-5:30 pm Doors open at 3 pm for homework and snacks. Free to grades 1-6 in Lawrence County. Pre-registration required.

Policy Updates

As your child heads back into the classroom to resume in-school learning, please know that we have updated our after-school policies and procedures to continue safeguarding their health while offering some much needed fun! These include:

  • Smaller, well spaced classes to comply with social distancing.
  • One week lesson blocks for scheduling flexibility.
  • A second classroom for younger students (grades 1-3).
  • Enforced pre-registration – no walk-ins!
  • Masks & temperature checks at the door. (Masks may be removed when seated.)
  • Disinfectants, PPE and table dividers in the classrooms. Individually packaged art supplies for personal use.

Block I: Autumn Inspired

November 10-12

Create your own fall decor! We’ll spend the first two days crafting a scarecrow then finish the week by dot painting a colorful fall landscape.

Block II: The Three Sisters

November 17-19

Explore the significance of indigenous corn, beans and squash in Native American cultures with watercolor painting and cornstalk dolls.

Block III: A Few of My Favorite Things

December 1-3

Warm up to the idea of winter by painting some of your favorite things – including a portrait of your pet and your own hot cocoa mug!

Block IV: Shoebox Parade

December 8-10

Create parade floats from shoeboxes to host our won holiday parade!

Block V: Winter Wonderland

December 15-17

Bring the magic of the season indoors with projects ranging from miniature ice rinks to dancing tree collages. We’ll even make a few Christmas cards inspired by winter pines.

Sponsored by Lawrence County’s “Architects for Education”

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