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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Tween Teen Folk Art Classes Back By Popular Demand!

Butternut Folk Art Omemee Offering Students Green Folk Art Projects Sessions!

#Butternut Folk-Art Fall adult sessions are well underway,now the younger set can sign up for Saturday Folk Art sessions. Saturday morning ‘Young Green Folk Art Projects’ with Joan,is a very popular course, but sessions are limited to 6 students,so you will want to call right away to book your spot.

Butternut Folk Art Saturday Morning Young Artists’ Studio

Butternut Folk Art Young Green Artists Sessions run for six Saturday mornings from 10:00 am to 11:30 am,  Students in grade 7 and up can create 3 small projects, converting trash to treasures. What a great way to make some wonderful presents for family,and friends!
‘Students can paint on almost anything their families might be recycling,’Joan Rehill,Butternut’s owner,and art instructor, shared, adding:’Some of the most popular items are Pringles cans, tuna tins, and mayonnaise jars.’

Butternut Folkart Stocks Paints,Brushes,Wooden Folk Art Items

Butternut Folk Art is one of the few places where artists can find Folk-Art supplies in the area, and Joan carries a wide range of paints,brushes,and wooden items geared to Folk Art enthusiasts. The six session Young Green Artists studio session is only $30 with a minimal amount for supplies,which will vary depending on the project each participant chooses. Call today to book your seat in the next ‘Young Green Folk Art Projects’ session! 705-799-0339
About Butternut Folk-Art:
Butternut Folk-Art 18 King  East, Omemee carries a wide variety of giftware,wool, crafts,and crafting supplies,for the crafting enthusiast. Butternut Folk Art highlights work of local writers as well. Butternut Folk Art is open 10 am to  5 pm Monday to Saturday,and noon to 3 pm on Sunday.

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