DUNROBIN – March Meadow Farm (1490 Murphy Side Rd.) will be offering a kids’ pottery class on March 18 with a theme of farm animals as the March Break comes to a close.
The two-hour class will focus on guiding kids on their way to creating their own farm animal bowl.
“Want to get the kids out of the house?” March Meadow Farm released in a statement today (March 11). “Come down to the barn and get their creative minds going.”
All tools and material will be provided.
“Students have free-range to create whatever shapes or objects they desire with some guidance,” farm staff said. “Clay will be left to dry and our staff will fire and glaze each piece for students to pick up at a later date.”
Parental supervision is not needed. COVID-19 protocols will include social distancing and masks are to be worn at all times. The cost for the two-hour program is $56.50.
West Carleton Online toured March Meadow Farm’s new building in August 2020. Potting enthusiast, Carp’s Greg Bell and his partner Brianna Di Labio will lead the program. The barn has a dedicated workshop specifically for pottery and Bell has even used clay from the farm in his pottery.
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