Classes for children through adult; costs vary
Programs start March 8; see website for detailed listing
The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center has announced its new community education class lineup for spring.
“We invite all children, adults and families to take advantage of the educational opportunities community education has to offer,” NACC Program Director Kris Lowden-Schiller said. “You’ll find a variety of classes, activities and programs designed to keep you and your family engaged in learning, in building your creativity, and focusing on your self-care.”
Classes range in dates, times and cost. They begin March 8.
Courses include acting classes with the acting troupe “13 Players”; jewelry-making with “bflogals” owner Christine Wittmann; spirituality and mediation classes with Sacred Space Studio; art buffet classes with Julie O’Connor; music lessons with Maureen Kwiatkowski; mixed-media art class with Eileen Wrobel; painting classes with Avanna Duff; and the NACC is introducing a “Paint Night Party” on the last Saturday night of the month. Classes will have a final gallery show with student artwork on display in the professional gallery. Friends and family will be invited.
A press release stated, “The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center wants to provide a variety of affordable, quality programs that enhance and inspire our diverse community to meet their personal needs and goals.”
Registration will be online through Eventbrite; or call the NACC directly at 716-282-7530, ext. 104; or email Kris at [email protected]. More information can be found at www.thenacc.org and via Facebook.