Discovering Nature The goal of our “Discovering Nature” Adult Learning Program is to provide visitors to Riding Mountain National Park and those living in the surrounding region, with the opportunity to take part in workshops and programs that instill in them a greater appreciation and awareness of nature and the environment. The “Discovering Nature” program is geared towards those 16 years of age and up. Workshops range from half day (morning or afternoon) to 2 days in length (usually Saturdays and Sundays). Location and cost of workshops vary depending upon subject matter.
HANDBUILDING WITH CLAY with Maggie Ross
Students will create functional and decorative objects from clay using hand building techniques including slabs, pinch pots, and coil building. We’ll also explore texture and decorating to create bowls, mugs, boxes, bird feeders and more! No experience required, clay and tools will be supplied.
Date: Six week Course / Wednesdays – 6:00 to 8:30pm / May 4th to June 8th, 2016
Workshop Location: Friends Learning Centre (154 Columbine Street)
Class Size: 10 (maximum)
Cost: $157.50 (Friends Members) / $175.00 (Non-Members)
Materials Required: Kiln Firings and all materials are included in the workshop fee