Show your loved ones how much you care with these lovely holiday cards you make by hand!
Attendees to this workshop will learn how t use a Cricut and how to emboss paper. Please pre-register ASAP if you wish to attend in order to allow for proper spacing and set-up. Attendees may pay at the door upon arrival to the workshop or digital payment may be made in advance via Paypal*.
VENUE: Harlin Museum; Lower Level, Classroom Space
LUNCH/REFRESHMENTS: Drinking water is provided; students may bring other drinks and snacks
INSTRUCTOR: Donna Cook
WORKSHOP HOURS: 10 am – 12 pm
COST: $20.00 per person
REQUIRED SUPPLIES: All supplies will be provided for attendees to make 5 cards at this workshop (more cards can be made for an additional fee). Attendees may bring their own craft pens
POINTS OF CONTACT:
Museum Desk, 417-256-7801, email@example.com
Cleo Cockrum, firstname.lastname@example.org
* To pay your fee digitally in advance of the workshop, please send an email request to the museum at email@example.com with the name of the workshop you wish to attend in the subject line and your registration info in the body of the email, along with your request to pay the workshop fee digitally. The museum will then send you an email invoice from our Paypal account with easy instructions on how to complete payment. NOTE: You must have a Paypal account to pay digitally.
2020 has been a year of unexpected hardship for many in the West Plains community—and the Harlin Museum would like to help make the end of the year a little brighter with a special holiday competition!
During the month of December, the Harlin Museum will be hosting, “Decorate-A-Tree For Charity,“ a fun holiday event that will help raise funds for charitable organizations in our community while also spreading the holiday spirit to all those who come to see the magical display.
Local businesses, community organizations, and even private groups will participate by decorating Christmas trees in the museum’s gallery and choosing a local non-profit or other charitable cause for their tree to represent.
Visitors to the museum will then be able to vote for their choice of the best-decorated tree by making a donation in any amount they choose to the tree of their choice. At the end of the month, all voter contributions made will be given to their respective charities AND the tree with the largest total donations will win the 2020 Holiday Spirit trophy!