Edwards’ Alpine Arts Center now offering half price classes
EDWARDS — Alpine Arts Center’s fall schedule includes a dynamic lineup of art classes for all ages, and currently they are offering trial classes at half price.
The discounted classes include any of their session classes, such as Mommy and Me Get Messy, Kids Drawing & Painting, Adult Pottery and many more. The complete class schedule with more than a dozen art offerings is available on their website, http://www.alpineartscenter.org, along with class descriptions and easy online registration.
“We had a great summer and hope to continue the momentum into our fall schedule,” said Lauren Merrill, owner and art instructor at the center. “We brought back our favorite classes from last year, but also added many new ones such as our kids Tie-Dye Specialty Series on Friday afternoons and a new drawing class for teens and adults which runs on Tuesday evenings for the month of October.”
Merrill explained they adopted a new monthly class format to allow customers the flexibility to sample new art mediums. Customers may also register for a single day of a class by calling Alpine Arts Center to check availability.
In addition, Alpine Arts Center will be holding bi-weekly Social Art Series classes including Cocktails & Canvas and Cocktails & Clay. Coming up this fall is a Kids Art Pajama Party scheduled for Oct. 17, a family friendly Cupcakes & Canvas on Friday, Oct. 3, and a Growler Painting Cocktails & Canvas at Crazy Mountain Brewery on Sunday. Alpine Arts Center also specializes in kids birthday parties, private parties, corporate retreats and community outreach programs. They encourage drop-ins Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for paint your own pottery, use of the ceramics studio as well as painting and craft activities.
For more information on Alpine Arts Center’s programs and fall registration, go to http://www.alpineartscenter.org or call 970-926-2732.
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