Crafternoon! 2:20 PM to 3:30 PM

Dates:November 16, 2019 Other Dates
Meets:Sa from 2:20 PM to 3:30 PM
Fee: $16.00Fee Breakdown

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Enjoy an afternoon of crafting at UFM! Choose from the following activities from 2:20 to 3:30 PM:

Sculpy - Create your own clay creation of a coaster or a small dish for jewelry. Baking clay provided. You will take the project home to bake and glaze as desired. Make up to two items. Leader: Linda Teener

Holiday Cards - We'll make 6 adorable *Christmas cards from a company called Create & Craft. Most kits will be ready to go, but some kits will give you more freedom to design on your own with extra embellishments provided. All tools & supplies will be provided in class. *Hanukkah cards also available. Notify Donna by Nov. 5th. Leader: Donna Wilkins

Macrame Snowflake - You will learn how to make small macramé snowflakes that can be used for your holiday decorations - on your tree, on presents, or to hang on a wall or window. You will learn a few easy knots that will allow you to make several snowflakes to take home!

Kindness Rocks - Kindness Rocks is a national effort that helps spread joy throughout communities with a simple act of kindness. After a guided conversation about kindness, compassion, and how to make positive connections with others, you'll doodle, decorate, paint, and write on lovely little rocks to surprise our community (or one another) with colorful, encouraging messages. No artistic abilities are needed, and this class is for all ages. All supplies will be provided including rocks, paints, markers, brushes, and more. Wear clothes that you don’t mind getting a little paint on and feel free to bring snacks. Sponsored by the Manhattan Nonviolence Initiative - Community, Connection, Conversation. Leaders: Susanne Glymour and Ellen Urton

Linzer Torte - Linzer Torte is said to be the oldest cake in the world, the original recipe going back to 1696 in Vienna, Austria. It is a holiday classic in the Austrian, Hungarian, Swiss, German, and Tirolean traditions, often eaten at Christmas. We will make this European classic into bar cookies to brighten your holiday treat repertoire! (This Linzer Torte includes almonds, hazelnuts, and raspberry jam.) 3 cookies/person. Leader: Ayumi Amama


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