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December 2020

Homeschool Connection: Live via GoToWebinar

December 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

For Book Buzz, read a book of your choice based on the monthly theme and come prepared to tell us about it. Then, stick around for an additional enrichment activity! Discover our themes below. For children in elementary through middle school. This program takes place live at 2:00 p.m. via FCPL's GoToWebinar platform. Registration is required. Once registered, you will receive login information from GoToWebinar. Book Buzz: December: Adventure Enrichment Activity: December: Storytelling Workshop

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Cre-ART-ivity An online art exploration program for FCPL kids

December 10 @ 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Explore your creative side in this picture book-inspired art program. Each month we will highlight a different book or illustrator and provide a Grab Bag with art supplies so you can join in the fun. This month we will look at a few illustrators who used woodblock to make prints, including Barbara Emberly and Mary Azarian, before making our own scratch-foam prints. Supplies are limited. Reserve a space early to take part. This program is designed for children in grades…

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Art Talks: Alexandra Kraft

December 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Alexandra Kraft of the University of North Georgia will present her work with ceramics and answer questions from the online audience in this month's Art Talks presentation. About the artist: Alex Kraft received her BFA and BSed from Northern Arizona University and MFA from University of Montana. Artist residencies include short-term at Archie Bray Foundation; Clay Studio of Missoula; Pentaculum/Arrowmont; Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts; Red Lodge Clay Center (x3); Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center; Jingdezhen Tioxichuan International Studio;…

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Drawing Workshop with Young Rembrandts Virtual Program

December 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Everyone can draw! Young Rembrandts’ unique curriculum engages both sides of the brain so every child participating can learn and be successful. The Young Rembrandts Method and curriculum offer a form of brain-based learning that is crucial to the complete education and full development of modern minds. Plus, it's a lot of fun! Supplies Needed: · Paper · Pencil · Eraser · Black Sharpie or marker for outlining · Different colored markers This program is for elementary aged children and…

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