In much of holiday lore, elves are short, gnomish, squeaky-voiced creatures with funny hats and shoes who only want to chuckle warmly and make toys. (Aspiring dentists are a notable exception, of course.) Yet in Lord of the Rings, elves are beautiful, statuesque, bow-slingin', blade-wielding, goblin-whuppin' folk who enjoy the fine art of poetry and song. How do we reconcile this discrepancy?
Above: okay, which is it?
Well hey, does it matter? Elves are cool, no matter what. That's why this Saturday we're channeling our inner elves with a Little Elf Workshop for kids ages 5-13!
Co-op Little Elf Workshop
When: Saturday, December 9
Time: 10 A.M.-4 P.M.
Instructor: Lindsay Smith
Cost: $25 Member and Non-member
Join us this Saturday as we turn the Co-op Learning Center into a holiday workshop where busy little elves can make presents to put under the tree. We will provide free gift wrapping with name tags. There will be 4 gift projects that will include culinary, ceramic, canvas, and beauty products.
Guardians are welcome to stay and help, or let the little elves do the work! Preregistration for a workshop time slot is appreciated, but space permitting, you can also pay at the door. (Our recommendation? Don't wait! Preregister. Co-op classes are popular and can fill up fast.)