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YOUTH VARIETY


Learn to Sew Ages 8–12


Learn sewing machine basics as you create a simple project using newly acquired knowledge of sewing machines, seams, and finishing techniques. A new project will be introduced each class offering. (RS)


Location: SCC CODE DAYS


DATES TIME


‘Stuff’ A Turkey Doll 481001-1E M 11/09


Dog Pillow 481001-1F M 11/09


Holiday Polar Bear Doll 481001-1G Th 12/10


Holiday Emoji Doll 481001-1H Th 12/10


Tie Dye Shirts Ages 8–12


Let’s Build Ages 7–12


Let your child experience the joy and gratification of creating something with their own bare hands in these fun parent/child woodworking projects. Together you’ll sand, stain, hammer, screw, and glue your project together and watch their eyes light up as they put their own creative touches on their works. If time allows, decorate with us or take them home to decorate on your own. (RS)


Location: SCC CODE DAYS


DATES TIME


Birdhouse 482080-1A Sa 09/19


Ukulele 482080-1B F 10/09


Catapult 482080-1C Sa 11/21


11:00A-12:30P FEE $25 2:15-3:30P $20 12:45-2:00P $30


Tie dye shirts are almost as American as apple pie. It’s impossible to be sad while wearing tie dye colors. Great for groups of friends, join us for this classic craft, perfect for a nice warm day. Please bring your own plain white shirt/ sweatshirt/tank top. (RS)


Location: SPRC CODE DAYS


DATES TIME 481914-1A Su 09/06 11:00A-12:15P


FEE $17


6:30-7:30P 7:30-8:30P 6:30-7:30P 7:30-8:30P FEE $25 $25 $25 $25


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