Sunday, November 6, 2016

Mask Making and Halloween Hooligans at Robinson

Don't know who is spookiest in this photo...
It's been an amazing two weeks leading up to last week's Halloween festivities.  Your kids, and our workshop leaders,  certainly got into the spooky spirit.  Projects ranged from mask making in African styles with Stowe Miller to delightful orange and black handmade ornaments with Becky Rose.

Crafting to the MAX!
The kids have really fallen into a good routine with our leaders but we are looking forward to welcoming a couple of new leaders to our team for the second Session starting next week.  There are still spots open in Matthew Witten's Stem to Stern workshop.  He'll be diving into the history and science of Lake Champlain with a couple of volunteers from the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum.

We also have Andrea Tremols back for another session and a new workshop focusing on Spanish and theater.  She will keep things light and fun as she keeps her students expressing their creativity through Spanish speaking cultures.  So stay tuned for more from ELP and expect an email or phone call this week letting you know which workshops you kids is enrolled in for Session 2.

Moving toward check mate?

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