A resourceful Girl Scout and her invasive plant-devouring goats will be joining artists, Tyler State Park Environmental Educator Bonnie Tobin, Ivy Hill Apiary, Earth Center Pottery and Tyler Park Center for the Arts along with local Girl Scouts for live demonstrations and hands on experiences relating to the total Solar Eclipse occurring the following day.
This free Community Day on April 7th from 1:00-4:00pm will be an exciting gathering for all.
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 programing throughout the year.
An impressive selection of classes and workshops in Fine Art, Fiber, Multi-Media, Pottery, Glass, Jewelry and more awaits.
Members of TPCA can participate in the annual Members Show which opens to the public on June 7th from 7:00-10:00pm and every weekend after for a month.
Moving on to thoughts of summer fun amidst crisp January days, Tracey DeLellis, the lead instructor for Summer Art Camps, is preparing to inspire young artists ages 9-17 with three weeks of fun and creativity.
Enchanted Forest July 22nd-26th, Music Mania August 5th-9th and Celebrate the Seasons August 19th-23rd. Full descriptions and registration for these Fine Art, Craft and Pottery weeks is at TylerParkArts.org along with all classes and workshops.
Patrons and artists alike are saving the date for the 14th Annual Crafts in the Meadow Highly Juried Fine Art, Craft and Music Festival on October 19th and 20th.
This highly anticipated Craft Show is unrivaled in its quality, energy and sense of community. For more info visit TylerParkArts.org.
PHOTO CAP: There’s fun for everyone at TPCA Summer Camps!