Searcy Parks and Recreation will start off its summer programs June 6 with making bird feeders and other crafts using pinecones.
The programs are for children ages 4-18 and will be held at the Carmichael Community Center this summer, according to Director Mike Parsons.
All children must pre-register for arts and crafts. Pre-registration started Tuesday and can be done from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays by either calling (501) 279-1010 or coming by the center at 801 S. Elm St.
All of the arts and crafts on Mondays and Tuesdays will start at 1 p.m. If a class fills up, there will be another one at 2:30 p.m. Children 7 and under will need an adult or teenager to stay with them and help them finish their projects.
T-shirt sizes for tie-dye activities June 26-27 are due by no later than June 21 in order to furnish them for the children. Adults may bring one T-shirt for themselves that must be 100 percent cotton. Those will be needed by June 23.
On June 12, the activity will be water color basics and a liquid water color painting. June 13th’s activity will be photo-transferring. Participants must bring a photo and a staff member will make a copy of it. The original photo will not be used. Also scheduled for June are acrylic pour painting June 19 and coffee filter crafts June 20.
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