Please note that the January and February classes will for sure be held "virtually". Upon registration, you will pick-up a craft kit at the Douglas-Hart Nature Center with everything you need to complete the project (except basic craft supplies - scissors, glue, etc.) including an instruction sheet. Ms. Abby will also create a pre-recorded video tutorial that will be available on our website. Pick-up for the kits will begin Jan. 13th and Feb 10th respectively and will be available M-F 9am-3pm, or by appointment.
For March and April, we are planning them as if they are in-person, so you would come to the Douglas-Hart Nature Center on the respective days and times to complete the projects. However, we do reserve the right to change these programs to virtual at anytime. You will be notified via email if this is the case, and you will have the option for a full refund if you do not want the virtual option.
Due to current mitigations, our in-person program is suspended, but we are still providing virtual opportunities. For December 2020, the Nature in the Arts craft is sock gnomes! Even though we cannot be in-person, those who would like to complete this craft can pay for a kit that includes every thing to complete 2 sock gnomes (Except: scissors, hot glue gun, glue, tape, and a cup). The kit will also include written instructions, but Ms. Abby has also created an easy pause-and-play tutorial video! Check it out down below!
Sock Gnome Tutorial
For those that purchased the Nature in the Arts Sock Gnome kits, here are the written instructions for the supplies provided in the kits:
This tutorial was inspired by Kippi at Home: https://kippiathome.com/easy-gnomes-diy