Thursday, October 11, 2018

Fairy Houses & Gnome Homes Workshop


Didn't make it to Grafton Nature Museum's Fairy House Festival this year? No problem! They are coming to us! SAPCC & PlayWorks Child Center in North Springfield will host this 2 hour workshop starting at 10 am this Saturday Oct. 13 to provide parents and their little ones with the FUNdamentals of this popular pastime that combines nature with creativity and a touch of magic!

Together, we will create an enchanting trail of custom-built fairy & gnome dwellings made of all-natural materialsKnotholes become front doors, seashells transform into bathtubs, acorn caps become dinnerware and twigs are woven into ladders. The trail of tiny fairy and gnome homes that we build will remain at SAPCC for our friends from the community to visit and enjoy for weeks to come! This miniature version of Grafton Nature Museum’s Annual Fairy House Festival, will provide people of all ages with plenty of knowledge and inspiration to take a closer look at nature, connect with your inner artist, and build these little homes anywhere and everywhere you go!

The cost will be $20 for a child and adult pair, and $5 per additional child (scholarships are available). This cost will include story time and teaching lead by instructors from Grafton Nature Museum. Each child will also receive a small fairy or gnome toy, gnome themed book, and canvas bag to collect materials in!!Light refreshments will be served.

All ages are welcome; with a recommended minimum age of 4. Space is limited, so register today by clicking on the "tickets" link below, or by calling SAPCC at 802-886-5242 or The Edgar May at 802-885-2568. Or email sapcc@vermontel.net. Payment can be made at the door on the day of the event. See you there!

Ticket link: ops1.operations.daxko.com




1 comment :

  1. Finally, a project that SRDC 's get behind ad brag about the lofty expectations!

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