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Sat, Apr 22



Kids Class Sampler Event!

Sat April 22nd, 12-2pm. This is a 2-hour long event where your kiddo can go to all 6 mini project stations and get a feel for what our Sat morning Artists of Tomorrow classes are like!

Kids Class Sampler Event!
Kids Class Sampler Event!

Time & Location

Apr 22, 2023, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Mankato, 1700 3rd Ave, Mankato, MN 56001, USA

About the event

 This event is very similar to our adult's "Taste of Makerspace, Class Sampler Event"  but we wanted to try it out for our kiddos program Artists of Tomorrow. So, in the 2-hour event window (12-2pm), there will be 6 creative project stations... each project is about 15-20min long and once they have completed a station they can go and hop in at any other station. The projects are leatherworking/ bracelets or key chains,  wire and yarn critters, mini wall hanging, paper fold origami butterflies, clay creations with air dry clay, and colorful fidget spinners 

These classes are geared toward ages 6-15. *ages 6-8 require a parent or older sibling to stay at the event to help supervise their kiddo. If you (the parent) want/need to stay and you want to makes some fun things too.. there will be a ticket option for you to donate a little something to help cover the extra supplies.

New students that haven't taken classes with us so far this year will need a parent to fill out our Child Waiver Form/QR Code when they get to the event. 

If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask via email

Can't wait to see ya there! 


Also, Learn more about our regularly scheduled Artists of Tomorrow Classes!

Sat mornings 10-11:30am

classes for ages 6-12 years old.

10 students per class

6 tickets at $15 and 4 tickets FREE for low-income families  provided from grant funding

We have been having so much interest in our kid's classes the last couple of months that we are now starting to do waitlists for our classes once they fill up, so please get in touch with us if you need to cancel so we can get ahold of the next person.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.


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  • Parents want to play too!

    If you plan to hang out with your kiddo and make some cool stuff too, drop us a donation to help with supply costs and/or if ya really like what we are doing and want to help our efforts to bring these types of programs to the space, donations are always appreciated.

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