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313F19 Winter Floralscape


with Kathryn Jeanette Chavez

Calendar Dec 3, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Join us to learn the elements and principles of floral design using fresh flowers and greenery. Participants in this class will create a winter garden scene around a snowman using various white flowers and greens. Your home will welcome this lovely holiday arrangement. View class project on Community Education website. Pay instructor $32 supply fee.

Kathryn Jeanette Chavez is a graduate of The Floral Design Institute and Central Washington University. She holds a passion for encouraging creativity and loves sharing her knowledge of Floral Design and Arrangement.

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318F19 Holiday Spa Gifts


with Lisa Douglas

Calendar Dec 4, 2019 at 6 pm


Do you need some stocking stuffer ideas? This class will use all natural fragrances and essential oils to make lip balms, lotions, shampoos, or bath bars. These items fit perfectly in a Christmas stocking for those special people in your life. Pay instructor supply fee ranging from $1 to $3.50 depending on your product choices.  

Lisa Douglas is the owner and operator of Puddle Ducks Herb Farm, LLC located in West Pasco. She has been growing and selling herbs for over 20 years. She uses them to create all natural bath products, as well as incorporating them into cooking and craft projects. She is also an advocate for using and sharing essential oils for a healthier lifestyle.

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309F19 Painted Holiday Cards


with Chris Blevins

Calendar Dec 5, 2019 at 6:15 pm

Design your own unique hand-painted holiday cards using alcohol inks. Learn to use fast-drying, brightly-colored alcohol inks on Yupo paper to create cards painted with your own special flair, and, yes, there will be glitter. Bring an over-shirt or apron (alcohol ink can permanently stain clothing). Pay instructor $20 supply fee.

Chris Blevins began watercolor painting in 2006 and fell in love with the fluidity and unpredictability of the art. More recently she discovered the creative art of working with alcohol inks. She was selected as one of the winners of the Abstract/Experimental category in The Artist’s Magazine.

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