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Classes appear on this list until the online registration date deadline – you may still be able to register for these upcoming classes over the phone.

To view upcoming classes after the online registration date has passed, including ongoing series or past classes, click on the link for the calendar view.

To register over the phone, give us a call at 276-236-3500.

Stained Glass Roundabout with Nikky Pynn

June 10, 2017

Nikki Pynn - Test the LimitsStained Glass Roundabout with Nikki Pynn
Saturday, June 10, 10:00am-4:00pm
Tuition: $65.00 (register by May 27 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00+ for glass, solder (based on materials used)
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Age: 16+

For experience beginner or intermediate stained glass workers, this class allows you to test the ideas you've had but not sure how to approach.  The Instructor, Nikki Pynn, has been working in glass since 1980 and experiments to push the boundaries of traditional stained glass.  Instructor will contact you prior to the class to discuss your idea.

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Free Flatfooting Class at the Blue Ridge Music Center

June 12, 2017

Dancing at the Blue Ridge Music CenterIntro to Flatfooting with Marianne Kovatch at the Blue Ridge Music Center
Monday, June 12, 11:30am-12:30pm
Free!

Join us the second Monday of the month in June, July, August and September on the Breezeway at the Blue Ridge Music Center, milepost 214 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, for an Introduction to Flatfooting. We'll start at 11:30 learning a few steps before the start of the Mountain Midday Music. At noon the Buck Mountain Band will begin kicking up their tunes so you can practice what you've been learning. Marianne will stick around until 12:30 to teach a couple more steps, call a square dance, or just have fun dancing with you to this fabulous old-time band.

No preregistration is needed.

This class is part of our Music Making in Galax series supported in part by the National Endowment of the Arts, and is co-sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation.

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Bob Sima - Consciousness in Concert

June 17, 2017

bob-simaConsciousness in Concert with Bob Sima
Saturday, June 17, 7:00-9:00pm
Admission by donation (suggested donation $10 - $30)

Maryland based Independent Singer-Songwriter Bob Sima performs a genre of music all his own. Sometimes upbeat, sometimes quiet and soothing, and always unique with an inspirational quality.

Bob has an alternative, almost folk-rock style with a warm tone to his voice. He performs in musical meditations, retreats, corporate events, yoga festivals, listening rooms, holistic health centers, schools, and house concerts.

When Bob plays scheduled events he gives what he calls “Gratitude Concerts” in places where music isn’t typically performed. Places like homeless shelters, prisons, assisted living facilities, and mental health hospitals are often find their way to his list of appearances.

As a musician with no formal training and who doesn’t read music at all, Bob Sima plays from his heart in a style he calls Soul-full, and that it is.

To learn more about Bob, Visit his website and YouTube channel.

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Make a Puzzle Box with Kit Holland

June 17, 2017

puzzle-box-kit-hollandMake a Puzzle Box with Kit Holland
Saturday, June 17, 10:00am-4:00pm
Tuition: $70.00 (register by June 3 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials TBD
Age 16+
Level: Intermediate (some woodworking experience required)

In this intermediate level class you will make a small hexagonal box with a locking lid. The previous classes on tissue boxes and wooden amplifiers are recommended if you are new to woodworking. Topics covered will be angle cuts, construction steps, mitered corners, dado rabbet joints, and precision fitting.

Kits will be available for the necessary materials at a nominal fe

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Paper Basketmaking with Peggy Adelman

June 30, 2017

cathead-paper-basket-peggy-adelmanPaper Basketmaking with Peggy Adelman
Friday, June 30, 9:00am-4:00pm
Tuition: $78.00 (register by June 16 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $40-$48, depending on kit chosen, payable to instructor
Age 16+
All skill levels

envelope-holder-and-pencil-cup-paper-baskets-peggy-adelmanIn this class the student will learn how to weave a basket using 140 pound, cold press watercolor paper that has been hand painted or marbled with acrylic paints. The paper is cut into ¼” or 1/8” stripes. There will be many different color combinations to choose from.

Once the student has woven the base of the basket it will be placed on a wooden mold and the remainder of the basket will be woven to the shape of the mold. There are many different shapes and sizes available.

Each student will need to bring a pair of paper scissors. All other necessary tools will be provided by the instructor as well as a kit that contains everything necessary to complete the basket.

large-cube-paper-basket-peggy-adelmanThe student will need to apply a finish to basket at home. All the necessary instructions will be provided.

Kit choices and prices:

  • cocktail-napkin-and-toothpick-holder-paper-baskets-peggy-adelmanEnvelope holder and pencil cup: all levels, $ 48.00
  • 6" round cathead, advanced beginner, $ 48.00
  • 8" round cathead: advanced beginner, $48.00
  • Cocktail napkin and toothpick holder: all levels, $ 48.00
  • Large cube basket to hold odds and end: all levels, $40.00

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Reed Basketmaking with Peggy Adelman

donnas-delicates-reed-basket-peggy-adelmanReed Basketmaking with Peggy Adelman
Friday, June 30, 5:00-7:00pm and Saturday, July 1, 9:00am-4:00pm
Tuition: $104.00 (register by June 16 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $25-$50, depending on kit chosen, payable to instructor
Age 16+wassil-wine-tote-reed-basket-peggy-adelman
All skill levels
In this class the student will make a basket out of basket reed.

anns-awesome-arrows-reed-basket-peggy-adelmanThere are many different basket options. Some can be decorative and some can be useful. Baskets can be many different shapes, sizes and colors. Each basket will teach the weaver different basket making skills. The baskets could include oak handles, leather handles, wooden bases or woven bases.

Each basket will include dyed reed and there will be different color offerings. Students need to bring a water basin, an old towel, a small screw driver, and heavy duty scissors. The teacher will provide the basket kit and any other necessary tools.mary-sues-magazine-reed-basket-peggy-adelman
Basket options:

  • Ann's Awesome Arrows: 9" round wooden base and leather side handles,  woven using smoked, natural and dyed reed, arrow design applied after basket is complete, all levels, $48.00
  • Donna's Delicates: small to medium size laundry style baskets woven with many different colors of dyed reed with triple twined rim and leather side handles, all levels, $48.00
  • Mary Sue's Magazine: wooden base and leather side handles, triple twining that uses 3 different colors, diamond design through the center is applied after the basket is complete, all levels, $48.00
  • Wassil Wine Tote (will hold two bottles of wine or soda): base/handle combination is made of wood and base is woven up around the handle, all levels, $ 42.00

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This is a series. Please select any of the dates below to register.

Introduction to Jointery with Christina Boy

Introduction to Jointery with Christina Boy
Friday, June 30, 6:00-8:00pm, Saturday, July 1, 9:00am-5:00pm, and Sunday, July 2, 11:00am-5:00pm
Tuition: $210.00 (register by June 16 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials TBD, payable to instructor
Age 18+
All skill levels

During this weened workshop we will learn the fundamentals of milling rough sawn lumber and turning it into a frame. We will cover how to cut some basic jointers, including lap joints, mortise and tenon joints, bridal joints, and spline mitres. We will first learn to cut them by hand, then how to make them on the available machinery, and finalizing all that new found knowledge in making a frame/mirror with the joints of your choosing.

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This is a series. Please select any of the dates below to register.

Beginning Stained Glass Panel with Ron Davis

Ron Davis Sun and Mountains Work in ProgressBeginning Stained Glass Panel with Ron Davis
Wednesdays, July 5, 12, 19, and 26, 6:00-8:00pm

Tuition: $104.00 (register by June 21 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00+ payable to CCSA for glass and other consumables - actual price depends on glass chosen
Skill level: beginner
Age 16+

In this beginner stained glass workshop you will learn all the steps required to complete a flat stained glass panel using the copper foil method.  This class will guide you through each step, from choosing your design to cutting, grinding, foiling, soldering and framing your glass panel.  You will end up with your own unique panel of stained glass art.

stained glass patterns

Examples of patterns

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This is a series. Please select any of the dates below to register.

Hand Quilting and Piecing with Pam Frazier

trip-around-the-worldHand Quilting and Piecing for Beginners - Take a "Trip Around the World" with Pam Frazier
Saturdays, July 8 and 15, 9:00 am- 4:00 pm
Tuition: $156.00 (register by June 24 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $25.00, payable to instructor, for fabric and thread for the quilt top
Level: Beginner

Join Pam as she shows you how to make a quilt in the "Trip Around the World" pattern using hand and machine sewing techniques for piecing and quilting. Students can expect to learn basic piecing skills the first week as well as planning and cutting fabric skills. Pam will provide plenty of fabric to add variety to each persons quilt so it will be uniquely their own. The $25 fee will cover a treasure of fabrics that will enable you to make a full size quilt or for the really ambitious, even larger.

The second week of class, we will be putting it all together. Pam will discuss borders, backing, filling and binding. You will leave with the skills needed to finish your quilt and have a good foundation and understanding to take on more complex patterns.
Bring your own sewing machine, rotary cutter, and cutting mat if you have them, or you may use the school's equipment. On the second session you will need to bring your own fabric for borders and backing - Pam will talk about the amount needed and other details during the first class.

If you prefer, you may supply your own fabric and thread for the quilt top. You will need a variety of light and dark fabrics with minimal patterning.

pam-frazierPam has been quilting for eighteen years. She was featured in Keepers of the Tradition because of her focus on traditional hand quilting. She enjoys teaching others to preserve the heritage of the Appalachian culture. "I truly believe that even those who feel their sewing skills are not there (can't sew a button on) will learn that quilting is an easy and enjoyable adventure. I believe in making it a fun and stress free experience. It doesn't require perfection and the rewards are instant. "

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Sliding Lid Candle Box with Bob Rozaieski

July 8, 2017

Sliding Lid Candle Box Bob RozaieskiSliding Lid Candle Box with Bob Rozaieski
Saturday, July 8, 9:00am-5:00pm
Tuition: $98.00 (register by June 24 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $25.00, payable to instructor at beginning of class
Age 12+
All skill levels

Learn to hand-cut dovetail joints and make raised panels by building a sliding lid candle box, based upon an antique from the 18th century. You'll learn to lay out and make half blind and through dovetail joints with a handsaw and chisel. You'll create a raised panel lid with a hand plane, and learn to use cut nails to attach the back. No experience required. This is a class for all ages and skill levels.

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Free Flatfooting Class at the Blue Ridge Music Center

July 10, 2017

Dancing at the Blue Ridge Music CenterIntro to Flatfooting with Marianne Kovatch at the Blue Ridge Music Center
Monday, July 10, 11:30am-12:30pm
Free!

Join us the second Monday of the month in June, July, August and September on the Breezeway at the Blue Ridge Music Center, milepost 214 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, for an Introduction to Flatfooting. We'll start at 11:30 learning a few steps before the start of the Mountain Midday Music. At noon the Buck Mountain Band will begin kicking up their tunes so you can practice what you've been learning. Marianne will stick around until 12:30 to teach a couple more steps, call a square dance, or just have fun dancing with you to this fabulous old-time band.

No preregistration is needed.

This class is part of our Music Making in Galax series supported in part by the National Endowment of the Arts, and is co-sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation.

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Wheel Throwing for Beginners and Beyond with Ann Childress

Wheel Throwing For Beginners and Beyond with Ann Childress
Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 11, 13, 18, 20, and 27, 6:00-8:30pm
Tuition: $162.50 (register by June 26 for a 10% tuition discount)
Material fee: $30.00 for 12 lbs of clay, including glazing and firing charge, payable to CCSA upon registration
Age 14+

For beginners and experienced potters alike, this small size class focuses on learning to make pots on the wheel as well as improving skills already possessed by more advanced students.

We’ll begin with the basic skills of centering the clay and pulling up the wall, and then move along to specific forms. Glazing will also be covered. No prior clay experience needed.

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Make a Shawl Pin with Amanda Bolen

July 13, 2017

Shawl Pin Amanda BolenMake a Shawl Pin with Amanda Bolen
Thursday, July 13, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Tuition $32.50 (register by June 29 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00 for copper wire, payable to instructor at beginning of class
Skill level: beginner
Age 16+

 

Spend an evening making a pin from a historic technique with a unique design all your own. Wear your creation as a brooch or a scarf/shawl pin.

Students will learn how to create a Fibula which was a style of fastener worn by Romans to fasten tunic and cloaks. These pins were the great-grandfather of today’s safety pin.  No experience necessary.

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Chair Caning Centered Diamond Pattern with Michael Dees

July 13, 2017

 

Michael Dees Center Diamond Chair CaningChair Caning Centered Diamond Pattern with Michael Dees
Thursday, July 13, 9:30am-3:30pm
Tuition: $65.00 (registar by June 29 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $15.00 payable to instructor for 1/2" flat reed, plus list provided for additional materials
Age 16+
All skill levels

Do you have a chair that needs to be caned? Learn how to do "Centered Diamond" pattern caning to fix it yourself with Master Chair Caner, Michael Dees. Learn this age-old craft while making a keepsake you'll have forever. No experience necessary!

$15 Materials Fee payable to instructor upon arrival provides ½” Flat Reed and printed instructions.

Students will need to bring the following:

  • 1 - chair with round rails (see attachment) ABSOLUTELY NO ROCKING CHAIRS
  • 1 - scissors
  • 1 - office stapler w/ staples
  • 1 - needle nosed pliers
  • 1 - blunt- end none serrated knife (i.e.butter knife)
  • 2 - clamps, spring loaded

old seat ready for repairs

 

 

    finished seatseat ready to cane

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Intro to Inlay with Jayne Henderson

July 15, 2017

Jayne Henderson InlayIntro to Inlay with Jayne Henderson
Saturday, July 15, 9:00am-5:00pm
Tuition: $98.00 (register by July 1 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials $35.00 (payable to instructor)
Skill level: Beginner
Age 18+

inlay cut and ready to installLearn to inlay simple shapes into wood. You will work on a practice project to get you started cutting and setting the inlay, which you can make into a keychain or pendant.

These inlay techniques can be used to on instruments, furniture, jewelry, or anyplace you want to insert a decoration into a wooden object. Come get started in learning to add bling to your work!

The materials fee covers ebony, abalore, and a bench pin to hold your piece to the workbench, as well as miscellaneous supplies and tools provided by the instructor.

Tools are provided - but there will be some sharing. If you have your own of any of the following, please bring them!

Tools to bring:

  • Dremel 3000 or 4000 with router bits (available from Lowes, Home Depot, etc.)
  • Router base for the Dremel Tool (available via StewMac)
  • Recommended - pump that attaches to the router base to reduce dust
  • 1/32" bits for the Dremel - they can break so bring a couple of them! Bigger bits are helpful for bigger designs (3/32"and 1/8")
  • Needle files (flat and rounded) from StewMac or Amazon
  • Jewelers saw with 2/0 blades (we have enough saws to go around, but if you prefer to use your own or have a better than average saw, you may want to bring it)
  • Jewelers magnifiying glass (we also have enough of these, but if you have one you like to use then bring your own)

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Making Silver Jewelry with Metal Clay with Zoe Nelson

metal clay silver jewelry-zoe nelsonMaking Silver Jewelry with Metal Clay with Zoe Nelson
Saturday, July 15 10:00am-4:00pm and Sunday, July 16 1:00-5:00pm
Tuition: $117.00 (register by July 1 for a 10% discount on tuition)
Materials: $75.00 payable to instructor at beginning of class
Age 18+
Skill level: All levels

This class introduces students to the properties of Metal Clay and the basics of how to form, fire and finish fine silver jewelry.  Students can expect to leave the workshop with a minimum of three finished pieces of jewelry.  The first day will be spent learning about the properties of Metal Clay and form and dry our pieces.  They will be fired overnight.  The second day involves polishing and patina to complete the jewelry.

Materials Fee:  $75.00 Includes a detailed handout and a 25 gram package of Silver PMC3 to work with during class, which is enough to complete three small projects.  Additional clay may be purchased on the day of class.  Fee also includes earrings findings and jump rings for pendants.

Zoe Nelson is a Certified Artisan for Metal Clay and have been making and selling one of a kind jewelry for over 30 years.  She discovered Silver Clay in 2000 after taking an introductory class.  In 2002 she received a grant from the Regional Artists Associations of Northwest North Carolina to buy her kiln and other necessary equipment.  She has taught through the Craft Enrichment Program at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC and at the Florence Thomas Art School in West Jefferson, NC as well as through her own studio.  Her work can be found in several galleries and shops across the southeast.

What is Metal Clay?  It is a water based material that consists of microscopic particles of silver, gold or base metals (copper and bronze) suspended in a non-toxic, organic binder.  It’s a putty-like mix that can be formed with hands and small tools in an endless variety of ways.  Anything that can be done with clay can be done with metal clay.  The firing burns out the organic matter, leaving a pure metal piece.  In the case of silver it becomes “fine” silver.  Fine Silver is 99.9% silver, while Sterling Silver is an alloy of 92.5% silve and 7.5% copper.  After firing the piece can be hammered, soldered, oxidized and/or polished.

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This is a series. Please select any of the dates below to register.

Life Drawing with Todd Price

July 16, 2017

Life Drawing with Todd Price
Sunday, July 16, 2:00-4:00pm
Tuition: $26.00 (register by July 2 for a 10% tuition discount)
Model Fee: $10.00
Materials list provided, or purchase from Instructor for $18.00
All skill levels
Age 18+

Learn how to capture the line that makes an effective life drawing.  Join Todd as he instructs how to translate the figure on paper.  No experience necessary!

Students are to bring:  sketch pad, vine charcoal, chunky charcoal, charcoal pencil, white crayon, kneaded eraser or $18.00 fee

For experienced life drawers who would like to draw without the instruction, you may join us for $20 Studio/Model Fee. Please use the drop down box and choose the Model Fee Only option.

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Unique Copper Beads with Amanda Bolen

July 20, 2017

Unique Copper Beads Amanda BolenUnique Copper Beads with Amanda Bolen
Thursday, July 20, 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Tuition: $32.50 (register by July 6 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $10,00 for copper wire (payable to instructor at beginning of class)
Level: Beginner
Age 16+

Spend an evening turning copper wire into beads. Students will learn how to make Chaos Beads and Danish Love Knots from wire. Beads can be used to make earrings, bracelets or enhance other designs. Students will leave with a treasure trove of handmade beads!

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Exploring Jewelers Tools with Amanda Bolen

July 27, 2017

jewelers tools 2jewelers tools 1Exploring Jeweler’s Tools with Amanda Bolen
Thursday, July 27, 5:30-8:00 pm
Tuition $32.50 (register by July 13 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00 for copper wireand sheet metal, payable to instructor at beginning of class
Beginner
16+

 

Each tool in a jewelry maker’s kit has multiple uses. Spend an evening learning the ends and outs of hammers and pliers. Learn more about how to add depth to a design by adding texture. Students will work with sheet metal to create a simple textured pendant. Students will also be introduced to the Jig, which helps to create matching wire components for designs.

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Viking Knit Bracelet with Amanda Bolen

July 29, 2017

viking-knit-1-amanda-bolenViking Knit Bracelet with Amanda Bolen
Saturday, July 29, 10:00am-4:00pm

Tuition: $65.00 (register by July 15 for a 10% tuition discount)

Materials $5 - $10 for copper wire depending on amount used, payable to instructor
Skill level: Beginner
Age 16+

viking-knit-2-amanda-bolenSpend a Saturday making a piece of wearable history; learn how to create beautiful flexible chains using a technique called Viking Knit. Examples of these chains have been found in archaeological sites in Scandinavia and the British Isles which date to the 9th and 10th centuries.

Students will learn how to "knit" copper wire around a wooden dowel, and create a Viking Knit bracelet.

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Free Flatfooting Class at the Blue Ridge Music Center

August 14, 2017

Dancing at the Blue Ridge Music CenterIntro to Flatfooting with Marianne Kovatch at the Blue Ridge Music Center
Monday, August 14, 11:30am-12:30pm
Free!

Join us the second Monday of the month in June, July, August and September on the Breezeway at the Blue Ridge Music Center, milepost 214 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, for an Introduction to Flatfooting. We'll start at 11:30 learning a few steps before the start of the Mountain Midday Music. At noon the Buck Mountain Band will begin kicking up their tunes so you can practice what you've been learning. Marianne will stick around until 12:30 to teach a couple more steps, call a square dance, or just have fun dancing with you to this fabulous old-time band.

No preregistration is needed.

This class is part of our Music Making in Galax series supported in part by the National Endowment of the Arts, and is co-sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation.

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Introduction to the Jeweler’s Saw with Amanda Bolen

August 26, 2017

Introduction to the Jewelers Saw Amanda BolenIntroduction to the Jeweler’s Saw with Amanda Bolen
Saturday, August 26, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Tuition:  $65.00 (register by August 12 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00 - $10.00 for sheet metal, depending on size of project, payable to instructor
Level: Beginner
Age 16+

 

Add a new skill to your jewelry making. Learn to pierce  a design in sheet metal using the jeweler’s saw. Students will learn the ins and outs of controlling a handheld jeweler’s saw. Students will leave class with a hand pierced pendant.

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Free Flatfooting Class at the Blue Ridge Music Center

September 11, 2017

Dancing at the Blue Ridge Music CenterIntro to Flatfooting with Marianne Kovatch at the Blue Ridge Music Center
Monday, September 11, 11:30am-12:30pm
Free!

Join us the second Monday of the month in June, July, August and September on the Breezeway at the Blue Ridge Music Center, milepost 214 on the Blue Ridge Parkway, for an Introduction to Flatfooting. We'll start at 11:30 learning a few steps before the start of the Mountain Midday Music. At noon the Buck Mountain Band will begin kicking up their tunes so you can practice what you've been learning. Marianne will stick around until 12:30 to teach a couple more steps, call a square dance, or just have fun dancing with you to this fabulous old-time band.

No preregistration is needed.

This class is part of our Music Making in Galax series supported in part by the National Endowment of the Arts, and is co-sponsored by the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation.

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Woven Bangle Bracelet with Amanda Bolen

October 21, 2017

Woven Bangle Bracelet Amanda BolenWoven Bangle Bracelet with Amanda Bolen
Saturday, October 21, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuition: $65.00 (register by October 7 for a 10% tuition discount)
Materials: $5.00-$10.00, depending on amount of copper used, payable to instructor
Level: Beginner
Age 16+

Explore wire weaving techniques and create a bangle bracelet.

Learn to measure for a comfortably fit bangle. Students will form an open frame using heavy gauge copper wire and then learn a wire weaving pattern to complete their design. Everyone will leave with at least one unique bangle bracelet.

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Withdrawal/Cancellation policy

In case of student withdrawal, tuition less 20% is refundable up to two weeks prior to class. Tuition cannot be refunded if student withdraws less than two weeks prior to class.

The class may be cancelled by the CCSA due to low enrollment, severe weather, illness, or other reasons. In cases where the class is cancelled by CCSA, payments are fully refundable.


Are you looking for Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)? You can take any of our classes for Wytheville Community College CEU's. You can earn 0.1 CEUs for each hour of class time. The fee is $15. Please contact us to register for this option by calling 276-236-3500. 


Inclement Weather Policy

Morning and Afternoon Classes and Events: If Galax School District is closed due to inclement weather, daytime classes and events are also cancelled.

Evening and Weekend Classes and Events: Cancellation is at the discretion of the instructor or CCSA personnel based on road and weather conditions. CCSA or the instructor will attempt to contact you using the contact email and/or phone numbers you have given us when registering for the class. Notification of cancellation will also be posted on the CCSA and/or Oldtown Pottery Facebook pages.

If a class meeting is one of a series, the class will be rescheduled. If the class is a one-day workshop, it will be cancelled and you will be refunded.


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Lodging Information

Looking for a place to stay while you are taking a class with us? Click here for a list of area hotels, motels, cabins, and inns. Some of them offer discounts for students taking classes at Chestnut Creek School of the Arts!