HOLIDAY WREATH SPECTACULAR
Guests will also receive a look at the MAHC’s 2017 Cabin Fever class schedule.Those who register for Cabin Fever classes AT this event will all receive a 10% discount!!
Space is limited & registration is required. Guests should bring their own clippers if possible and are welcome to bring their own personal or unique adornments, if desired. Guests are also welcome to bring a bottle of wine to enjoy with their dinner.
Membership in the McCall Arts & Humanities Council directly supports local youth art programs and accessible educational opportunities for everyone, all while saving 15% on all MAHC-offered classes and VIP access to members-only lectures and events! There are several ways to get involved with MAHC:
HOLIDAY PAINT-AND-SIP FIESTA
benefit will support the Cabin Fever series and features an evening at the
lovely Pilgrim Cove Camp dining hall with a magnificent lake view. The Camp’s
chef will prepare a selection of delectable appetizers for participants to
enjoy while painting. The “sipping” will be
left up to participants - bring a bottle of wine of your choice to enjoy during
your creative adventure. The class fee will include instruction by
professionally-trained artist and residential designer, Courtney Snyder Bork,
and ALL painting supplies. Courtney, assisted by artist and architect Heather
Susemihl, will guide students through the creation of a unique painting using
acrylic paints on canvas. ALL proceeds benefit the Cabin Fever Program!
Monday, December 12th @ 6pm
The mission of the McCall Arts and Humanities Council is to nurture a community rich in culture, creativity, and imagination by providing people of all ages access to educational and inspirational programs.
Since 1989, the McCall Arts & Humanities Council has existed to help people “flex their imaginations.” Like a physical muscle, a strong imagination must be stretched and conditioned to be most effective. The arts and humanities matter because they engage our imaginations, allowing us to interpret the past, envision the future, and form a foundation for critical thought and pioneering ideas. By flexing our imaginations, we ultimately exercise our own humanity.
The McCall Arts and Humanities Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations to the MAHC are tax-deductible.