Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Gearing up for Fall!
With the start of the school year less than a week away, the Cook Arts Center and the Cook Library Center are gearing up their programs for the fall. Registration is open for daytime and after school classes at the Cook Arts Center. Programs in dance, visual arts, music, fabric arts, clay and theatre are offered for children as young as 2 up to adults. Options include Children's Hula Dance, Latin American Art for Kids, Jewelry, After School Pottery, Children's Sewing, Guitar, Potter's Wheel, Theatre Games, and more. In addition, children in grades 6th-8th can sign up for a digital arts class at the Cook Library Center on Wednesday afternoons. Programs are free for children or adults who live within the boundaries of the Grandville Avenue neighborhood or attend one of the schools within the neighborhood. For more information about programs, please contact the Cook Arts Center at 742-0692.
Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the programs of the Cook Arts Center and the Cook Library Center.