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Free classes offered at Neighbourhood Art Studio open house

Event runs Feb. 11 at the Walnut Grove studio

Enjoy free art classes at the Neighbourhood Art Studio next month during an open house.

Taking place Feb. 11 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Walnut Grove studio, 20059 92A Ave., participants can learn more about the studio’s programming, including new pottery and stained glass classes.

The studio is also now registering for spring break camps for kids ages 8-12. There are two sessions available, from March 19-23 or March 26-30.

Registration for both the open house and spring break camps are required. Please call Tracy at 604-455-0344.

For more, visit www.theartschool.com.



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