Art shows, summer fun, and plenty of chances to get creative at Tyler Park Center for the Arts kick off Sunday, April 2nd from 1:00–4:00pm. Free Community Day brings Sara, a resourceful Girl Scout and her invasive plant-devouring goats to share this innovative option of naturally controlling vegetation.
Tyler State Park Environmental Educator Bonnie Tobin, Ivy Hill Apiary, Earth Center Pottery and Tyler Park Center for the Arts present hands-on activities and demonstrations. The Community Art Center, located on the Richboro side of Tyler State Park, brings everyone together to celebrate the arts and share inspiring adventures with local artists, community members and nature-based programming.
Next up, members of TPCA can participate in the annual Members Show. Opening to the public on May 19th from 7:00-10:00pm featuring live classical guitar, snacks, and the work of over 30 artists for this gallery show opening.
Moving on to thoughts of summer fun amidst the early spring chill, Tracey DeLellis, the lead instructor for Summer Art Camps, prepares to inspire young artists ages 9- 17 with three weeks of fun and creativity.
Weekly pottery classes for ages nine and up run continuously throughout the year as well as pottery classes for adults, Friends Night Out pottery, and weekly art workshops in a variety of mediums including fused glass, fiber, jewelry, and fine art.
For those scheduling into the future, a special weekend to remember is October 21st and 22nd for Crafts in the Meadow. 2023 will celebrate the 14th year of this highly juried fine art and craft festival.
Meet the creators of exceptional works and experience the magic of live demonstrations and hands-on experiences for all, and some of the best live music around in a charged atmosphere welcoming and celebrating the creative force in all of us.
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PHOTO CAP: Sarah Davis and Raven, Community Day presenters.