The Washington County Family YMCA will be offering art classes at their Salem location this December to give the community the chance to express themselves through painting.
On Thursday, December 15th, there will be an adult geared “Sip and Swirl” class held from 5:30pm-7:30pm in the YMCA lobby. The class is open to all experience levels, and will accommodate ages 16 and up. Childcare will be made available through the YMCA’s Kids Club program at no additional charge.
On Saturday, December 17th, there will be a youth geared “Pint-Sized Picasso” class held from 1:00pm-2:00pm in the YMCA lobby. The class is open to ALL budding artists in 3rd grade and up.
Both classes will enjoy a holiday themed painting, and will have light refreshments served during the session. The price per participant is $20 if you are a member of the YMCA, and $30 for guests. The price will include childcare, art supplies, and light refreshments.
“We are looking forward enriching the culture of our community with our new art classes,” said Rosie Morehous, Youth First Director at the Washington County Family YMCA. “This year, we continue to focus on how we can fill voids in our community, and one of the areas we feel that we can bring some enrichment is in the arts. We look forward to many more offerings in the future.”
Morehous also stated that the Y is interested in featuring many different artists, and multiple forms of art, and encouraged any local artists interested to contact her for more details on how they can get involved.
Call 812-883-YMCA, or stop by our front desk for details.