The May 2012 Workshops Schedule is now available for viewing on line.


As part of the Tinman Grows Local lineup we welcome Chrys Ostrander from Pine Meadow Farm Center. Chrys will give a seminar on how and what to do if you are one of the many people who are getting a late start on your garden. Attendees will take home their own copy of Chrys’ seasonal produce availability chart. $5 Registration required.

Join Mary Benham, an experienced Spanish teacher for Spanish folktales and stories, read in both Spanish and English. Perfect for curious kids and their parents.  No fee.

Sheila will work on the various stages of pastel painting while talking about the process. Questions about technique and materials encouraged. No fee.

April 2012 workshops schedule is now posted and available for viewing.

TUESDAY, April 3 – Sculpture Making with Tresia – 1 to 2:30pm – ages 6 to 12

Have fun designing a relief sculpture using cardboard, wire and tape. Then finish your KEITH HARRING inspired relief sculpture with paint. $12, Tresia Oosting, Instructor.


WEDNESDAY, April 4 – Origami Paper Folding with Patti – 1 to 2:30pm – ages 6 to 12

Patti will take students through several projects while she teaches them the fundamentals of folding paper. $12, Patti Reiko Osebold, Instructor.

THURSDAY, April 5 – Kinetic Collage with Andrea – 1 to 2:30pm – ages 6 to 12

Use found objects to create little sculptures that will then be hung to create a mobile. Students will be free to construct their own unique sculpture and are invited to bring in small objects that can be incorporated into to their design. Students will return on Friday, April 6 to finish and decorate their mobile. $20 for both days, Andrea Perry, Instructor. PLEASE NOTE: This is a 2 day class.

Pre-registration required for all classes.  You must call the day before the class, so that the teachers can have enough materials ready.  If enough students do not sign up, the class will be canceled.  Please call 325-3001 to register for children’s classes.

Join Eastern Washington University professor, Barbara Loste for an afternoon of Spanish folktales and stories, read in both Spanish and English. Perfect for curious kids and their parents.  No fee.