Little Makers (Tuesdays)
Little Makers meet Tuesday from 11-11:45 am. Please purchase seats in advance. Our first class will be on Tuesday, March 19th. Each ticket reserves a seat for ONE class, date of your choice.
Little Makers Classes are process-based, meaning we focus on the making and the doing rather than the finished product, and children come home with artwork they feel really proud of.We've created super fun session curriculum to share the magic of The Arty People process art with you, and are excited to see the kids again! We love our Little Makers to feel confident creating independently. One grown up is required to stay, but we do ask that you allow your Little Maker to work independently. Feel free to grab a cup of coffee and bring a book.*Please dress your child in clothes that are ok to get messy*
If child (ren) needs to be absent for a class for any reason, parents must notify The Arty People LLC at least 2 hours in advance, by calling & leaving a voice message if we are in session.
If 2 hours notice is provided and we can confirm notification, pass can be transferred to another Little Makers event.
Any absences will count as No Show, which will result in forfeit of payment.
Symptom Removal Policy
The symptoms below qualify for The Arty People LLC or their employees or any involved parties to remove child (ren) from the classroom which will result in sending children home early. If child (ren) displays any of these symptoms, parent should not bring them to The Arty People LLC and should, instead, call 2 hours prior to class start to be provided a voucher for our Open Studio time.
Fever, defined as having a temperature of 100°F or higher taken on the forehead (a child needs to be fever free for a minimum of 24 hours before returning to school, that means the child is fever free without the aid of Tylenol®, or any other fever reducing substance.)
Fever AND sore throat, rash, vomiting, diarrhea, earache, irritability, or confusion.
Frequent scratching of the body or scalp, lice, rash, or any other spots that resemble childhood diseases, including ringworm.