Pink Alpaca's smART Club
Look for things to do with your precious ones? Drop off your kids each week at Pink Alpaca’s Saturday Morning ART Club (smART Club) and encourage them to have fun being creative, while you head off to catch up on those weekend chores (or just to have some quiet time!).
There will be a different creative activity each session which can include:
Baking & decorating shortbread cookies
Making wet-felted pictures
Learn how to sew a tablet or iPhone cover
Decorating a plant pot and fill with spring bulbs
Making a gravity defying 3D paper sculpture
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. JUST BOOK A SINGLE SESSION AT CHECKOUT, AND ADD "Get smART" IN THE DISCOUNT BOX TO CLAIM YOUR FREE PLACE, OR BOOK A BLOCK OF SESSIONS AND RECEIVE £10 OFF*
*EQUIVALENT TO ONE SESSION
Expert tuition from qualified tutor and creative guru, Jacqui McKoy-Lewens (DBS checked)
Suitable for children age 7 - 12 years
Dates & Times
Saturday mornings - 10:00-12:15 from January 28th.
Each session includes making 1 or more items per child and all materials for the projects will be provided. However you may be asked to provide the odd supporting item from home to assist in the sessions.
Extra project kits and creative packs will be available at an additional cost of approx. at £3-£5 should your child like to make even more items during the session or continue to create at home.
Please bring along your own long sleeved, water-proof apron or old shirt to protect clothing. We do carry some spares, but not enough for everyone!
A snack and drink will also be provided so please could parents inform of any food/drink allergies prior to the sessions.
Full fees are payable in advance and are no-refundable as places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis.
All paid fees for these workshops are non-refundable.
10% discount if booking a sibling at the same time. Just add the code SIBLING at the checkout.
These sessions can also be arranged as unusual, fun birthday parties with themed birthday cake and activities available by request.
NB in the unlikely event that the general behaviour, language or manner of a child is not appropriate or deemed unsafe for this group, they will be excluded