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Sea Glass Window Workshop
with Lisa Young
Make a seaglass window! You will have seaglass, shells, stones, sand, and driftwood to make a wood-framed 8x10 art piece. Create your own design, or use one of the provided templates. You will complete your seaside design in the workshop and will be given a kit and directions to complete and "cure" your piece at home. You may bring your own beach items to use in your design, too.
Sunday in the Cemetery
with Ron Romano
Scarborough's Dunstan Cemetery holds a great collection of early 1800s slate grave markers from the shop of our region's first stonecutter, Bartlett Adams. Additional interesting monuments in marble and zinc, plus a few surprises, can also be found. You'll see the best that Dunstan has to offer on this guided walk with cemetery historian and author, Ron Romano. This walk is on even ground, but wear comfortable shoes as we will stroll the cemetery for about an hour. Held rain or shine, unless there is extreme weather. 15 participants accepted per walk. Additional parking information will be shared before the walk.
Acadian Arts Spring Retreat at Grey Havens Inn
with Boomer Tech
Escape to a grand Victorian Inn on the coast of Maine with an intimate group of artists and cooks. You'll get to choose one of three hands-on workshops, plus an opportunity to experience one or more of the other offerings during our four days together. Fee includes meals and course instruction and materials. For overnight accommodations please contact the Grey Havens Inn, https://greyhavens.com Day students are also welcome! Workshops include: Watercolor Painting, Set Your Creative Spirit Free, and International Fusion Homestyle Cooking for a Crowd. Cancellations & refunds subject to BoomerTech policies. Update on class availability: Watercolor class is filled, but spots are available in Cooking and Creativity classes.