Wednesday, December 9th 2020 – 7pm to 8pm
Add to this year’s holiday preparations creating simple, fun decorations of the past! These crafts are a great activity for friends and family, designed especially for kids and enjoyable for all ages. We’ll introduce you to a few easy, but impressive traditional paper holiday ornaments and get you started to making these crafts during this interactive Zoom meeting. Supplies are inexpensive, easy and likely already available in your home. We look forward to you joining us to create a historical holiday tradition from the comfort of your own home!
For this workshop we’ll be making:
- Paper chain
- Paper “flower” ornament
- Paper hanging cornucopia
- Pinprick holiday card
Supplies needed for this workshop:
- Construction paper in holiday colors or your favorite colors
- Cardstock or any thick paper
- A thick stack of newspaper or magazines
- Scrap paper
- Pin (Like one used on a bulletin board)
- Masking tape
- Ribbon or string (Again, choose holiday colors or your favorite)
This virtual offering is free. Donations are encouraged.
To register, click below. This will take you to Zoom registration where you will sign-up for this meeting. After completing registration, you should receive an email with information on how to log-in to the meeting.
If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This meeting may be recorded for future use*
*Please note: This will be a Zoom meeting, which gives you the option to have your camera on and to turn off and on your audio. These options will be moderated.Register Here
Co-presenter: Brad Thomas
Brad Thomas (he/him) serves as the Youth and Children’s Director at First Presbyterian Church in Marietta, OH. Originally from Cabell County West Virginia, Brad’s home has always been in Appalachia. Brad and his partner Cristie, have two children, Levon and Avett.
Co-presenter: Kyle Yoho
Kyle Yoho has served as the Education Director for The Castle since 2015 and is an Adjunct Professor of Museum Studies for Marietta College. He received his BA in History from Marietta College and MA in Public History from Wright State University. Kyle has planned museum public programs for all ages for 15 years.
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