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CLASSES

We still have some open spots!!

I'm introducing a new concept for a set of Holiday Classes that will begin November 10th titled Traditional Stained Glass With Fused Glass Elements. The projects will be at a level of complexity that everyone can finish easily but also have time to make a variety of small gift items as well as ornaments, suncatchers, refrigerator magnets and fused glass jewelry. I will also have an order form if you would like to order jewelry findings and supplies wholesale from Rio Grande. Since we will be up against a difficult schedule with both Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas, I am offering a bunch of "flex" classes on some Thursday nights and Sunday afternoons. We are all pretty busy but hopefully with the inclusion of extra class times available everyone will be able to create a full schedule of classes. The regular class times will be Monday and Tuesday nights and Saturday afternoons. If you can, please be flexible as to which class you prefer and/or switch to so I can accommodate everyone.

Hope to see you in class!  Best wishes, Dan Maher

Beginner II - Traditional Stained Glass with Fused Glass Elements

Students will design a simple panel that will include decorative fused glass elements suitable for hanging.  Instruction will include cutting glass, layout and patterning, fusing glass, copper foiling, soldering and applying a lead perimeter frame. The class is appropriate for both beginner and advanced hobbyists and projects will be geared to each student's skill level.

SESSION 1:  Saturday Afternoons - 5 Weeks - 12:00 to 4:00 pm
November 10, 17, 24  December 1, 15
Cost $300
  (jewelry findings payable as ordered)

SESSION 2:  Monday Evenings - 5 Weeks - 6:30 to 9:30 pm   
November 12, 19, 26  December 3, 10
Cost $300  (jewelry findings payable as ordered)

SESSION 3:  Tuesday Evenings - 5 Weeks - 6:30 to 9:30 pm   
November 13, 20, 27  December 4, 11
Cost $300  (jewelry findings payable as ordered)

FLEX CLASSES for ALL SESSIONS: 
November 18, 25, 29  December 2, 6, 13, 16