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Mom will love getting her own individual mug for her favorite coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. Children will create and paint pottery mugs to give to Mom on her special day. Pottery is dishwasher-safe and the mugs will be fired and returned to RCC for pick up in time for Mother's Day. Parents/caregivers must fully participate in the activities. Arrive any time between 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to work on pottery. This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Participating children must be registered.
Learn to make advanced home projects such as window treatments, duvets and bedspreads.This is an intermediate-level course for students with sewing experience. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a portable sewing machine to class. Only a limited number of RCC-owned machines will be available for in house use.
Get ready for warm weather by designing your own sundress! Each student will produce up to two ready-to-wear sundresses using sewing machine techniques, hand sewing skills, pattern cutting, and other embellishments. If time permits, students may craft espadrille sandals. Students are encouraged to bring a portable sewing machine to class as only a limited number of RCC-owned machines are available.Fee includes all materials and supplies and each student will receive a sewing bag.
Family members are invited to participate and create something memorable and unique that is theirs alone. Start by collecting small, personal items that can be glued on to a large clay pot, such a photos, ribbon, fabric, shells, or anything else that is suitable. Please bring a smock or old shirt that can get dirty. Supplies are included. Parent/caregiver must fully participate in the activities.This program is not appropriate for children younger than the advertised age range. All participants -- adults and children alike -- must register and pay.
Come join this RCC instructor-led knitting circle. Share ideas and expertise while chatting with new and old friends and bring a new or existing project. Beginners, as well as advanced knitters, are encouraged to attend.
Pysanky eggs originated in Ukraine and became popular among Eastern European cultures. These decorative eggs depict elaborate or simple folk designs made with a wax-resist (batik) method. Typically made for Easter, this art has expanded to include decorative eggs depicting a myriad of holidays and special occasions. All supplies are included.
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