Fall playshop will be fun

Want to meet some new people?
Looking for some fun and interesting classes?

Want to meet some new people?

Looking for some fun and interesting classes?

It’s time to check out South Hollow Gallery and Leapenhi Paper’s new fall 2011 Playshop Schedule.

You’ll discover nine options to choose from, ranging from simple do-it-yourself home décor and jewelry craft projects to explorations in fine arts using mixed media.

Most classes can be fully completed in two hours or less.

There is also a lineup of 12 free in-store demonstrations, focusing on techniques for cardmaking and creating embellishments.

New this fall, award-winning pyrographic artist Brenda Chalifoux-Luscombe will present two unique workshops on sculpting with Paverpol (a special fabric hardenening material) and creating ornaments using natural gourds.

For more information, drop into the store at 218 Fifth St. in Courtenay or go online to www.leapenhi.com/courses.html.

Be sure to register early — class sizes are limited and some fill up quickly.

— South Hollow Gallery


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