Mommy Matters: Easter Egg Class

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Psanky (pronounced peh-sahn-keh) is a 2000 year old Ukrainian tradition of writing on eggs with wax.  The vibrant coloring of the egg with imagery and design symbolizes good luck, posterity and the arrival of Spring.

The Randolph Arts Guild is happy to announce the return of the popular egg class taught by an excellent mother and daughter team.

Karen and Grace McFetters provide you with everything you need to make an oval-esque masterpiece.  All materials are included.  Each paid registrant creates one completed egg, gets an egg stand, and a full psanky kit so you can make them at home.

The class is offered at the Morings Art Center located 123 Sunset Ave. in downtown Asheboro.  There are two separate meeting options for this class.

Register for the Tuesday, March 19 class from 6 to 9 p.m., or the Saturday, March 23 class from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The cost is $50 per student or $60 for a parent/child team.  Registration and payment for either of these classes are due by Tuesday, March 5.

For more information, contact the Randolph Arts Guild at (336) 629-0399.

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