Looking for something different for that hot date with your special person?
Have we got something very creative for you and your best friend and partner! Come join us for our monthly Date Night away from home and the kids!
The Princesses of SCRaP and Ever After Events will be at Saturday Live in Pioneer Park from 10am to 4PM
Getting started with woodworking or want to brush up on some skills? SCRaP is now offering a 4 week woodworking class!
The class will give students:
- a brief intro to tool/shop safety (mandatory)
- types of wood and finishes
- basic demonstrations of common hand and power tools
- introduction to using repurposed material.
We will then make 3 projects so students can experience various woodworking techniques.
Project 1: The most useful item for any woodworker – a toolbox (hand tool skills)
Project 2: Something for the kitchen – a cutting board (gluing and hand power tool exercise)
Project 3: The thing we want to rest our feet on at the end of the day – a coffee table (power tools)
Materials are provided.
The class is for 4 weeks. Once completed, members will have access to open workshop times to work on other projects.
Age 18 to ???
2 signed up so far. Limit: 6.
Advisory members – plenty to talk about for this upcoming fall season – Princesses and Pirates, visit to the Zoo, Passport program and then there is the holidays…..
We welcome anyone who would like to volunteer and join us!
Meetings are 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month, rotating from a morning to afternoon time.
Refreshments (breakfast or appetizers) are provided.
Open Pottery Workshop
Our pottery studio is ready for people who want to come down and toss some clay. This is an open studio session with minimal supervision (but staff will be available to get you started).
Come see what it is all about, toss some mud, tour the Makerspace and have some Monday Night Fun. The other MNF (monday night football) will be on the big screen in the other room, so your ride can watch the game while you play!
Fall Pine cones
Pine cones everywhere! Join us to paint them, scent them, glitter them, find the many uses for your holiday traditions.
All materials provided – cost $15
Floral Design by Tammy – for Work or Home
Have you ever thought of working in a flower shop or just be able to arrange flowers for you, family and friends? If so then this is the class for you!
Tammy has over 35 years in the floral industry, owning a little shop for 20, teaching design/freelancing for 15, and just loving flowers all her life. She will teach the basics and share her knowledge to give you the confidence to do what you want either personally or professionally. Along with her knowledge, Tammy shares some inside and funny stories and experiences.
After taking this course you will have an understanding in:
- Principles of design & color
- Texture and fragrance
- Care, processing and pricing
- Everlasting and silk arrangements
- Bow making, wiring, corsages
- Body, Wedding and Memorial applications
This is 16 – 3.5 hour sessions for 8 weeks, Tuesdays & Thursdays
Textbook, tools, supplies, containers, flower types, shapes
Color wheel, principles of design, triangle arrangements
Balance, scale and proportion
Texture, fragrance and unity vase arrangement
Care and processing, pricing recipies
Everlasting flower design
Silk flower design
Bow making, wiring, corsages
Funeral flowers I
Funeral flowers II
Wedding flowers I
Wedding flowers II
Opportunity and practice
Review and intro to business applications
The Art of Floral Design textbook
use of Knife, scissors, clippers, shears
use of all types of containers
all materials for hands on learning
“All the Colors of the Rainbow” by Dana Zier
This 5 lesson class is for the students wanting to learn about color, the basic primaries through the complex tertiaries, in a fun, step-by-step method. The class will simplify subjects to practice the lessons – fruit, glass, flowers, and faces.
Much of color theory has to do with the properties of light, so an added benefit to the class will be increased knowledge of light and shadow. This concept will come naturally, after learning why the artist mixes colors the way they do.
The class will also see examples of Classical, Impressionist, and Expressionist use of light in historic paintings.
The class will use acrylic paint on canvas and board. Practices will be done on cardboard.
Dana Zier is a full-time artist and gallery owner. She has taught 15 year in the university system, and has been a self-employed artist for many years. Her work can be seen at the Zier Gallery in Bridger, MT and the Depot Gallery in Red Lodge, MT.
The first Colors class – the first one on Primary colors, I will use Fauvism and Henri Matisse as the reference. This is “Cat with Red Fish” by Matisse.
Class is $145 includes all supplies
RSVP deadline is past
3D Printing Fundamentals in the Classroom
This class is exploring the basics of 3D Printing and how to use it in the classroom. Although this class is designed for teachers wanting to learn then teach to their students, it is also ideal for businesses wanting to getting started in 3D printing.
We will start with a discussion of how it works from beginning to end, what are somethings you can do to get started right a way. and how you can incorporate it into the classroom. We will show a demonstration of creating an actual object model, slicing it then printing it using open-source software.
We will also cover some of the available resources you can access to get started.
$30, all supplies included.
Personalized Fall Door Sign
Add to your porch decorating with a welcoming sign for family and friends to see. Wether you want a chalkboard or wire frame style, come join us and lets get makin’ your happy entrance!
All materials provided, class $40