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Ben Franklin Brings Back Summer Keiki Craft Classes

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Children who participate in the Summer Keiki Craft Classes at HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts will create these ten art projects while they learn techniques, skills and about different mediums. Courtesy photo.

Children who participate in the Summer Keiki Craft Classes at HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts will create these ten art projects while they learn techniques, skills and about different mediums. Courtesy photo.

By Maui Now Staff

HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts will hold its Summer Keiki Crafts Classes from Monday through Friday, June 15 to 19, at its Maui location at Queen Kaʻahumanu Center.

Classes for children 8 to 10 years old will be held from 10 a.m. to noon; classes for ages 11 and older will be offered from 1 to 3 p.m.

The cost is $60 for all five days or $20 per day. All the supplies are included.

Students will learn about different mediums and basic techniques while developing their crafting skills.

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Project Schedule

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•     Monday, June 15 – Origami Crown, Mixed Media Canvas
•     Tuesday, June 16 – Polymer Clay Robot, Lighthouse
•     Wednesday, June 17 – Faux Batik with Cray-­‐Pas, Petite Piñata
•     Thursday, June 18 – Zentangle Collage, Shell Wind Chime
•     Friday, June 19 – Pony Bead Gecko, Watercolor Painting & Techniques

Seats are limited so register early.

Go online for a class brochure and registration form.

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For more information, call (808) 877-3337.

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