The third Saturday of each month is Happy Hours for people who like to do crafts and make things to display in their homes.
Shanna Dees Gaspard, president of the Depot Art Guild, knows just what kinds of crafts make people happy. She will be teaching her students how to make mesh spring wreaths for their front doors on Saturday, March 17.
Her class is from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Depot Art Guild located in Many’s Historic Depot Museum. The cost for the class is $20 which is used to pay for the materials and supplies.
“Spring is here,”Gaspard says, “and we want something light and refreshing on our front doors…something that reminds us of spring. These wreaths, in several spring like colors are guaranteed to do just that.”
Gaspard says the Happy Hours creative classes are a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. She said,”Our students enjoy visiting with old friends and meeting new friends. It’s lots of fun for everyone, and best of all you take away something beautiful for your home.”
Happy Hours creative classes are offered the first four Saturday afternoons of every month. Students can take photography, painting, crafting, or jewelry making classes. Best of all, for the low class fee, they get to take their creations home with them.
The classes are sponsored by the Town of Many, Mayor Ken Freeman, the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee, and the Depot Art Guild.