Kirtland’s Community Development and Culture Division is offering a series of Make and Take Art Classes in December. The courses will be offered in various locations and are open to all members of our surrounding communities.
Holiday Jewelry, December 7 from 3 – 6 p.m.
Local artist Linda Kane of the Au Sable Artisan Village Gallery will host a fun and informative session teaching participants how to create and share holiday jewelry. You make a 24-inch holiday necklace with magnetic clasp and a memory wire bracelet that you may keep or share with a friend, neighbor, or relative. You will create a unique set of jewelry of your own design in a fun afternoon. All required materials are included. The class will be held at Kirtland’s Health Sciences Center on 4-Mile Road just minutes South of Grayling. Cost $30
Create your own Holiday Floral Arrangements, December 19, 20 and 21 (times vary).
Join Kirtland’s own Erine Adams as she shares her wide-ranging experience as a professional florist to help you create a beautiful holiday floral arrangement. All materials are included but feel free to bring a special holiday vase or personalized container to exhibit your creation. Cost is $10.
There are three different sessions and participants can contact the Commission on the Aging to register.
Crawford Co. Commission on Aging (Grayling)
308 Lawndale Street
December 19th 5:30pm—8:30 p.m.
Oscoda Co. Commission on Aging (Mio)
429 N Mt Tom Road (M-72—M-33)
December 20th 1:00pm—4:00 p.m.
Ogemaw Co. Commission on Aging (West Branch)
December 21st 1:00pm—4:00 p.m.
These classes are provided as a public service by the Community Development and Culture Division of Kirtland Community College and the Crawford, Oscoda, and Ogemaw Commissions on Aging.
To find out more about the entrepreneurship seminar, contact the Community Education office at 989-275-5000, ext. 279.