Heritage House Hosts Make-Create Night On July 5

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Are you tired of staring at that unfinished art or craft project gathering dust in your hobby room? Take it to Make-Create and finish it!

 

Heritage House's Make-Create is a home for creatives of all 'stripes.' Based on the 'Artist's Way' book series by Julia Cameron and its creative clusters, Make-Create is a place for creative people working within any medium.

(Non-traditional and traditional crafting is welcome!)

 

If you don't have a project you are currently working on, just go and hang out, and who knows? You might even learn something new.

 

Organizers are currently putting together ongoing beading and balloon art classes to be taught by Ms. Patricia Balloona.

https://www.facebook.com/patriciaballoona27/

 

It will be starting up in the near future. Stay tuned. 

 

Food at Make-Create is potluck so feel free to bring a sweet or savory but simple dish, snack item or "mock-tail" to share with your fellow creatives.

 

Although the Maker Group meets every first Thursday from 6 - 9:30 p.m., the format is free-form, so feel free to attend when your schedule allows -- don't be shy about coming in a bit late or having to leave a bit early.

 

Heritage House is at 1428 Jenkins Road in the East Brainerd area (37421).

For directions or information, call 423 855-9474.

 

The link below will take you to Heritage House's various maker-relate site, Ambi-Artists -- a Chattanooga collective for creatives:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/172624443749/




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