Farragut offers ‘How to Classes’ for kids

Susan EspirituFarragut

Farragut Community Center at the former Faith Lutheran Church building at 239 Jamestowne Blvd. is offering a variety of “ How to Series” twice a month over the next three months for various ages of children.

The classes are held on Tuesday evenings from 5- 6:30 p.m. at a cost of $5 per child and require pre-registration.

The debut class on April 16 is designed for youth ages 8-16 who want to practice the basics of makeup, braiding and more.

The next class, April 30, for youth ages 6-12 will focus on bracelet beading techniques and related crafts.

On May 7, youth ages 6-12, will learn personal hygiene with a  focus on the importance of activities like brushing your teeth, showering and brushing your hair, learning with fun activities, but not practicing during class.

May 28, youth ages 8-16 will learn sewing safety, how to thread a needle, sew on a button and make small seams during the hand sewing class.

With school being out for summer, youth ages 8-16 practice penmanship, cursive writing, journaling and writing creatively during the creative writing class on June 4. Participants will be practicing all of these skills during this session.

The final class on June 25, will have youth ages 8-16 learn about quick and easy meals and snacks to make in the microwave. Eggs, mug cakes and more!

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