Art Camp (Intergenerational): Yarn Dolls

  •  July 30, 2020
     9:00 am - 12:00 pm

During these weekly classes, students will create different projects revolving around Northwoods nature!

If you’re looking for a fun craft for kids of all ages, you need to learn how to make a worry doll. Nothing beats a craft with a great story behind it. Once you tell your kids the fascinating Mayan legend behind the dolls, they’re going to love it even more.

These dolls were originally created generations ago by indigenous people in Guatemala. The idea was that, when someone had a problem that would keep them up at night, they would tell their worries to one of these dolls.

Then they would put the dolls under their pillow, and the dolls would “worry” for them during the night, and they could sleep peacefully and wake up feeling refreshed in the morning.

This class is open to adults and children of all ages- kids bring your parents or grandparents! Children under 6 please bring an adult.


Thursday July 30


Cost: $20 / participant

Discounts are available for families with multiple children. Please contact us for details!

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