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Create a Dream Catcher

7354 Horton Bay Rd.,
Boyne City, MI 49712

Create a Dream Catcher Workshop DETAILS: Create your own hooped dreamcatcher using metal hoops, yarn, leather cord, feathers, and embellishments. It is believed that dreams flow through dreamcatchers when hung at bedside. Good dreams know how to pass through the dreamcatcher through the holes and down the feather. Bad dreams, not knowing the way, get tangled in the dreamcatcher and perish with the first light of the new day. Materials included and all skill levels welcome! WHEN: 11am-1pm, July 30th, 2021 AGES: 7 & up. COST: $25 per class, price includes all materials – Cash, Check, & Cash App accepted REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required as this class has limited seats available. E-mail or call Tyra to pre-register and reserve your spot at [email protected] or 248-894-6648. Drop-ins are welcome day of if space allows. PLEASE BRING: A beverage or a small snack if you would like. Refreshments and snacks are also available for purchase in the LHF Gift Shop Please do not hesitate to inquire with any questions to [email protected] or 248-894-6648. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Hi my name is Tyra Fortson. I have been an art teacher for 17 years and currently teach in southern Michigan. I had a strong interest in art as a child and it was my favorite subject. I have worked with children my entire life and have enjoyed watching my students grow and embrace their creativity through the years. I have worked with many kinds of mediums and enjoy them all. I am excited to start teaching and working with Lavender Hill Farm and our community this summer. I look forward to sharing and sprinkling some creativity with you in 2021. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.


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