EVENTS: Drawing is a skill, not magic! Classes with Connie Bellet

If you can hold a pencil or pen, you can draw. A lot of people say, “I can’t draw a straight line.” Well, that’s what rulers are for.

Join Connie Bellet at the Palermo Community Center, on Turner Ridge Road, across from the ball field, on Saturday, June 15, and Sunday, June 16, at 2 p.m., for a fun adventure in learning how to draw. Bellet, a professional artist who has been drawing and painting most of her life.

The Sunday class will focus as much as possible on each student’s passion. Paper, drawing boards, easels (if preferred), pencils, and, of course, erasers, will be provided. The cost for both classes is $45 per student, and the sessions will run about an hour and a half. Please call Connie at 993-2294 for information and to enroll. Classes are limited to 10 students, so please call soon to reserve your place.

These classes are a fundraiser for the Living Communities Foundation, which runs the Community Center and hosts the Palermo Food Pantry. It also sponsors the Palermo Community Garden and the Great ThunderChicken Teaching Drum.


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