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Kid's Classes

These classes are offered for a short period as special classes or specialized workshops. Check back regularly to see new classes offered.

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Tea Pot & Cups Workshop for Kids Ages 10-17

3-Part Workshop

Beginners Welcome – No Experience Necessary!

Series 1:

Wednesday July 17 9:30am-12:30 pm,

Thursday July 18 1:30-4:30 pm & Tuesday July 30 1:30-4:30 pm


Series 2:

Wednesday July 17 1:30-4:30 pm,

Thursday July 18 1:30-4:30 pm, & Tuesday July 30 1:30-4:30 pm


Cost: $120.00.

There will be a $20.00 supply fee paid to the instructor on the first day of the workshop.

In In our first class, we’ll learn how to use the potter’s wheel to spin and shape four adorable cups. Feel the thrill as you mold the clay into perfect little vessels, each one bursting with personality and charm.

Next up, it’s time to get hands-on with hand-building! In the second class, we will craft a whimsical teapot together, using our fingers to sculpt and shape it into a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. From the spout to the handle, every detail will be infused with your unique style and creativity.

And in our final class, we will add the finishing touches with a splash of color! Explore the magical world of glazing as we paint our creations with bright, bold colors and fun patterns. Watch as your tea set comes to life in a kaleidoscope of hues, ready to dazzle and delight.

Throughout the workshop, creativity is key! Whether you are a pottery pro or a first-time clay artist, join us for a world of fun, laughter, and endless possibilities. Let’s make memories and masterpieces together!

For questions about the workshop, please contact

Please register by July 14

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Watercolor Workshop

Watercolor Transparency and Leaving the White

Open for age 11 to Adult

Wednesday, July 17

9:00 am to Noon

Cost:  $10.00 for members and up to age 18

$15.00 for nonmembers

There is an additional $5.00 supply fee paid

Register by July 14

Minimum 2, Maximum 8

While watercolor paint sets often include the color white, it is not really needed. The white paper allows white tinted colors to be made from the other paint colors. When white is needed for a touch up such as the reflected light in an eye, the white watercolor paint isn't up to the job of covering up other colors. Learn some different ways to let the light come through.


Supplies provided: Paper plus brushes, paint and tape paint, boards. Water cups and other tools needed for painting in class plus a mat for a finished painting ($5.00 supply fee paid to the instructor at the class).


Level: Beginner and Intermediate


The instructor, Tina Phelps is a painting and drawing artist with past careers in education and occupational therapy. She has studied art at Macalester College and St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, Putney School of Art in London, England, Minnetonka Center for the Arts in Minnesota, and pen and ink with Don Blackwell at Isothermal Community College.

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