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Helen making a sugar skull

Helen making a sugar skull

Get into the Halloween spirit while creating a clay sugar skull. Sugar skulls have a rich history in Mexican culture and are used in Day of the Dead celebrations. A sugar skull is a symbol that commemorates a person whether dead or alive. It is festive, colorful and fun to make!

Ages 6 and up

$40 for two classes for one child or one adult. (Add a sibling for additional $20. )

*Please note* This is a 2-part class:

Part 1: October 6, 1:00-3:00 pm. We build the project in wet clay. 

Part 2: October 13, 1:00-2:30 pm. After the project has been fired in the kiln, you return for a second class to glaze it.

Class includes all firings and supplies. 

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