Introducing us for another section of the awesome “CRAFT CLUB FOR KIDS” class! Join us for five weeks of new activity-based studio art classes for kids — Wednesdays at 3:30, starting May 27th! Price of the class is $65. Activities will include Activities included relay races, dance contests, kids Zumba, volley ball, bounce houses, crafts, sports and much more. Check out this story on news-press.com: newspr.es/1HnCfK4 This free event on Saturday, May 23, will feature live farm animals, crafts, games, music, and a chef at the Market offering samples of the season’s best produce. Kids Day activities are from 9-11:30 a.m., while the market is open 8 a.m.–noon. The 2015 Cars & Crafts Show at the Ulster County Fairgrounds this Saturday, May 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. promises to have a little something for everybody. Car buffs will find plenty of well-maintained vehicles to admire. Enthusiasts of locally handcrafted “The carnival at the end of the summer is a fundraiser. Our campers sell crafts to raise money for children’s programming in developing countries. It really teaches our campers to think about others,” she said. Camp Magellan is open to children who have But now mums and dads don’t have to worry thanks to new arts and crafts classes in Spalding and Pinchbeck. Mum-of-one Sarah Ekins launched her Creation Station franchise in February and wants to spread the word about the fun sessions she is running .
and Bakery Crafts (cake décor). Property co-creator and corresponding TV series co-producer Spin Master holds master toy rights and will launch a toy line (figurines, plush, dolls, role play) aimed at two- to five-year-olds this fall at mass retail in the US. Children will get a chance to participate in: field trips, outdoor games, wellness presentation, arts and crafts, sports and more. The cost is $165 for each child per week. Camp begins at 9:00 a.m. and lasts till 4:00 p.m. starting June 1 – 26. To register “Arts and Crafts — Fun with Shapes,” taught by Martha McBride, is for kids ages 8-12. The class is offering two sections, June 1-5, and June 8-12, both will meet weekdays from 2-3:50 p.m., in EAC’s South Campus Classroom #13. Children will make ORINDA — Like a lot of guys and a few gals, Steve Meagher made home-brewed beer for the first time when he was in college. “It was awful, just horrible, because I wanted it to be high-alcohol and ready tomorrow,” Meagher recalled. But last year, at a 50th .