Beyond Beginning Ukulele

Recommended for students who’ve completed the beginning class or have equivalent experience. Students learn more complicated chords, strum and picking techniques, and more songs.

Beginning Ukulele

Students will learn basic chords, strum techniques, and simple songs.

Watercolor Class

Explore the exciting, challenging medium of transparent watercolor! Learn to mix colors, the basics of composition, and the elements of perspective and drawing.

Teen Theatre Camp

Teens will have an opportunity to learn from Chapel Theatre professionals in the areas of acting, movement theatre, dance, improv,

Lotus Lantern Craft Workshop

Learn to make a traditional Korean lotus lantern followed by the showing of a short documentary film.

Adult Makerspace Workshops

Want some hands-on experience with some of the library's coolest gadgets? These workshop hours offer the chance to get up close and personal with our Glowforge, 3D printer and vinyl cutter!

Frida Fiesta Workshop

A celebration of Frida Kahlo - a woman of courage, creativity and who reveled in color! Create your own inspired masterpiece with acrylic paint while enjoying festive food, beverages, and having fun.

Memoir Writing Class

This three-part class guides you in writing, reflecting on, and shaping the luminous details of your past—the colors, tastes, songs, fragrances, and people you can’t forget—into a coherent, meaningful story to share with others.

Alcohol Ink Workshop with Cerebral Artworks

Join Cerebral Artworks to learn the art of painting with alcohol ink by using different techniques and then using those techniques to make your own unique piece of art.

Creative Connections

NAMI volunteer Dixie Junius will host Creative Connections, a weekly hour of artmaking and interaction.

Make-It Mondays

Each month will feature a different project. For April: Spring Wreath!

Origami Mushroom – Yuki Martin

In this video, the instructor shows you how to fold a mushroom, reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest's wet season.

Painting Basics: Color Mixing – Julie Barrett

This class will cover basic color theory. Acrylic paints and a pallete knife are used to blend primary and secondary colors. An activity will be introduced to enhance color blending skills.

Crayon Rubbings – Julia Barbee

It’s fun to use crayons to make rubbings of things while on a walk, or making a souvenir while on a vacation. Or bring items home to make rubbings after a nature walk in your neighborhood.