Creative Explorers

Date: 03.03.2020

A Literary & Artistic Adventure
Wednesdays, March 3, 11, 18, 25, 2020;  10:00am – 11:00am
Chatham Community Center,  702 Main St., Chatham

Join Kate Doody, professional artist and teacher, for a 4-week series of literary inspired art classes for pre-school aged children. Each class will begin with a story time and activities related to the theme of that day. Inspired by aspects of the stories they were read, children will then engage with a variety of art materials and processes including clay, paper crafts and drawing. Some art making will result in finished work children can take home, while other projects will be purely experiential. All projects will celebrate each child’s one of a kind way of exploring their creativity!

This series requires registration and participants return each week, as some projects will carry over from one week to the next. For children ages three to five with a participating parents/grandparent/caregiver.

For registration, call the Cape Cod Children’s Place at 508-240-3310

This programming is supported in part by a grant through the Chatham Cultural Council (CCC), a local organization that promotes excellence, access, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences to improve the quality of life for all Chatham residents, and administered by the Cape Cod Children’s Place.

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