Art with Heart in Fernie

No school Friday fun for kids at The Arts Station.

The Arts Station has a warm and fuzzy art packed day planned that is sure to be a cozy, crazy, fun and messy day for children ages 5 to 10! Come in from the cold and spend a day creating, exploring, singing and dancing. Show us how much you heart art!

With this special day being led by four amazing facilitators – Lesley Graham, Jodie Parker, Michelle Senior and Anie Hepher – art adventures are sure to satisfy!

Register at The Arts Station by Monday, February 13.

 

When: Friday, February 17, 2012

Times: 9am – 3pm. Bring a bagged lunch and snack.

Ages: 5 – 10 years

Where: The Arts Station (601 First Avenue)

Cost: $50 per child before Monday, February 13 and $60 after.

For more information contact The Arts Station at info@theartsstation.com; www.theartsstation.com

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