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									  Kenosha Public Museum
  ADULT CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Please register at least one week before the start of the class. A refund will be issued if you cancel at least 7 days prior to the start
of the class or workshop. No refunds will be given for cancellations less than 7 days before the start of the class or workshop. The
Kenosha Public Museums offer a wide variety of classes for all ages. Suggestions for new classes are always welcomed. Please
check in at the Information Desk in the Lobby to find out the location of your class.
                                                                      BEGINNING CROCHET
                       Mondays                                        Class #0120593205                               $50 ($40 FOM)
                                                                      April 5-26 (4 weeks)                             6:30-8:30 pm
QUILTED TOTE BAG                                                      Instructor: Laura Zielinski                     Location: KPM
Class #0120591205               $65 ($50 FOM)                         Discover the wonderful world of crochet! Learn the basic skills
April 11-25 (3 weeks)                   6-8 pm                        needed to crochet a multitude of projects. By the end of the
Instructor: Carolyn Wheeler Location: KPM                             workshop you will have the skills needed to create your own
Make this versatile and stylish quilted tote                          cell phone case, small shoulder purse, wash cloths and
bag using five inch squares of fabric and                             afghans. Supply list available.
simple sewing techniques. A fabric kit is included in class cost.
A sewing machine is required to make this project. A supply
list will be provided at the time of registration.                                         Wednesdays
                                                                      POTTERY
TATTING: BASICS & BEYOND                                              Class #0120594205                                 $70 ($60 FOM)
                    Class #0120306205              $55 ($45 FOM)
                                                                      April 6-May 25 (8 weeks)                           6:30-8:30 pm
                    Instructor: Pat Frieman         Location: KPM
                    April 25-May 23 (5 weeks)        6:30-8:30 pm     Instructor: Julie Schilf                        LOCATION: KPM
                    Discover the fascinating world of lace-making.    Learn the art of making pottery and create unique, decorative
                    Tatting is a form of lace-making that dates       and useful ware! This class offers instruction for all skill levels
                    back to the 16th century. Students learn the      and covers the basic and intermediate levels of hand-built
                    tatting double stitch and other basic skills to   pottery, sculpting, and glazing. Wheels are available for
enable them to create a bookmark and a snowflake motif                throwing. Students purchase clay from the Museum for
during the class. At the end of the course, students will be          $1.50/pound which includes the cost of firing and glazing.
able to read patterns and make simple motifs on their own.                                      SCRAPBOOKING
A supply list is available.                                                                       Class #0120595205 $40 ($30 FOM)
                                                                                                   April 6-27 (4 weeks)              6-8 pm
                        Tuesdays                                                                    Instructor: Kimberly Congdon
                                                                                                     LOCATION: KPM
FUSED GLASS JEWELRY
Instructor: Jayne Herring                          $22 ($17 FOM)                                      Beginners or advanced
March 15 6-8:30 pm Class #0120395106 LOCATION: KPM                                                     scrapbookers are welcome.
April 12     6-8:30 pm Class #0120395205 LOCATION: KPM                                                  Learn how to use a variety of
June 7       6-8:30 pm Class #0120395206 LOCATION: CWM                                                   scrapbooking tools, supplies,
Fused glass is one of the “hottest” craft forms today! Make up                                        and embellishments to create a
to 4 pendants—from funky to classic—using different fusible                                12"x12" layout each week. Also, learn to
glass components. Learn about fused glass techniques. A                         emboss, sand, distress, stamp, and sew on your
supply fee of $25 is paid to the instructor. If you have your         layouts. New tips and techniques introduced each week. Bring
own stained glass cutting tools, bring them. If you don't, tools      scissors and adhesive to class. A supply fee of $14 is paid to
will be provided. Your creations will be fired off-site after the      the instructor at the first class. Class size is limited to 8.
workshop and a date for pick-up will be arranged.                     GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
EGYPTIAN SYMBOLISM                                                    Class #0120596205                                   $40 ($30 FOM)
Class #0120592205                   $70 ($60 FOM)                     May 11-June 1 (4 weeks)                                    6-8 pm
April 5-May 24 (8 weeks)             6:30-8:30 pm                     Instructor: Kimberly Congdon                      LOCATION: KPM
Instructor: Peter Chiappori        LOCATION: KPM                      Each week create 5 greeting cards using a variety of products.
Explore the meaning and origin of Ancient                             Use die cuts from the “Cricut Machine.” Emboss and use
Egyptian myths, stories and the "Book of the                          rubber stamps, buttons, brads, recycled products, and the
Dead." Learn about the symbolism in temples,                          newest embellishments to create unique greetings. Learn to
pyramids, obelisks, sacred spaces and places, and                     use many of the scrapbooking/card-making tools. No
amulets. Discover the parallels between Ancient                       experience is needed! A supply fee of $14 is paid to the
Egyptian symbolism and Biblical references.                           instructor the first day of class. Bring your favorite adhesive
                                                                      (example: double-stick tape, glue stick).


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                 KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM • 5500 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4140 •  www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org
             DINOSAUR DISCOVERY MUSEUM • 5608 Tenth Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4450 • www.dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org
                       CIVIL WAR MUSEUM • 5400 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4141 •  www.thecivilwarmuseum.org
  Kenosha Public Museum
  ADULT CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

                      Thursdays                                                                        TRANSPARENT
                                                                                                    WATERCOLOR SOCIE T Y
STAINED GLASS                                                                                           OF AMERICA
Class #0120597205                                $70 ($60 FOM)
April 7-May 26 (8 weeks)                          6:45-8:45 pm
                                                                                                    Watercolor Workshops
Instructor: Eric Koster                          Location: KPM                                             at the
Complete a two-dimensional stained glass panel in 8 weeks.                                         Kenosha Public Museum
Learn pattern design, glass cutting and assembly using                                               All class fees include lunch
soldering techniques. Cost of tools, glass and other supplies                                           each day of the class.
depends upon project chosen. Some tools and glass grinders
available.                                                               EXPLORING WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP
FICTION WRITING                                                          Class #0620570201                      $100 ($75 FOM/TWSA)
Class #0120010205                                   $50 ($40 FOM)        Saturday, May 14 (1 day)                     9:30 am-4:30 pm
April 7-28 (4 weeks)                                 6:30-8:30 pm        Instructor: Catherine Nash, TWSA
Instructor: Colleen Kappeler                        Location: KPM        Have you ever wanted to try watercolor painting but were
Many people dream of becoming a writer or have that one                  not sure how or where to start? Spend the day getting
story in their mind they want to write. This introductory class          acquainted with watercolor painting and learn the basics
teaches you the basics of writing fiction - what a story needs           of glazes, color mixing, and the how-tos, whys and wheres.
                               to be successful and fulfilling           This is a great chance to get your feet wet in watercolor!
                               to the readers. Work on in-class          All materials supplied.
                               and homework writing prompts
                               as well as share writing within
                               the group. Learn editing needs
                               specific to fiction. Using famous
                               short fiction, examine the
techniques other writers use when creating a story. A $10
materials fee is paid to the instructor on the first day of class.
Colleen Kappeler is the Contributing Editor at ExposeKenosha.com and
has been teaching writing for over fourteen years. She is a nationally
published writer in magazines, anthologies (such as Chicken Soup for
the Soul) and online magazines.
STARGAZING FOR BEGINNERS
Class #0120598205                                $55 ($45 FOM)
April 14-May 12 (5 weeks)                         6:30-8:30 pm
Instructor: Patrick Frendreis                    Location: KPM
Take a tour through the Universe as we know it. Begin with
the traditional and some non-traditional constellations - when
and how to see them and a few stories                                    Catherine Nash
behind them. Examine the moon
and planets and where they can                                           FALL INTO WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP
be found among the stars and                                             Class #0620571401                    $395 ($360 FOM/TWSA)
when. Take a closer look at the                                          Tuesday-Friday, Sept. 13-16 (4 days)         9:30 am-4:30 pm
objects that can be found (and                                           Instructor: Joye Moon, NWS
seen) among the stars, such as                                           Explore a range of watercolor techniques from realism to
nebulae and galaxies. Other topics                                       abstract to impressionism with Joye Moon. Develop new
covered include meteors, meteor                                          skills in working wet, negative painting, ranges of intensity,
showers, and how to find comets.                                         and much more while developing your own paintings.
Learn about the sun and how to view it                                   Daily critiques and discussions will be offered to all
safely. Discuss the different types of telescopes and how to              students as well as daily demonstrations. Supply lists will be
use them. Outside viewing done as weather permits, dress                 emailed prior to the class.
accordingly.



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    KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM • 5500 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4140 •   www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org
DINOSAUR DISCOVERY MUSEUM • 5608 Tenth Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4450 • www.dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org
          CIVIL WAR MUSEUM • 5400 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4141 •   www.thecivilwarmuseum.org
  Kenosha Public Museum
  WEEKEND WORKSHOPS
                 Saturdays                                            IMPROVE YOUR VACATION PHOTOS
                                                                      Class #0620452201                               $15 ($10 FOM)
TOWERING GRETCHEN TOTE                                                Saturday, April 30                              9:30-11:30 am
Class #0620574101 $45 ($40 FOM)                                       Instructor: Brian Wolf                          Location: KPM
Saturday, March 5 • 9:30 am-3 pm &                                    This workshop is designed for "point-and-shoot" camera-users,
Sunday, March 6 • 12:30-3 pm (2 days)                                 Learn to see the way your camera does. Shot
Instructor: Sandy Bulgrin Location: KPM                               composition, light, exposure, depth of field
This 6"x 14" x 12" filled-bottom basket                               and other topics are included that can assist
features a twined arrow weave and sloped sides with a 6" x 20"        the casual vacation photographer in
wood "D" handle. Natural, smoked, and dyed reed add accents.          creating a “wall hanger.” Though class time
Students finish the basket with a Gretchen-braided border.            does not permit individual assistance,
A $21 materials fee is paid to the instructor on the first day of     participants are encouraged to bring
class. A sample is on view in the KPM gift shop.                      their cameras and manuals so they have
                                                                      something to refer to as these topics are
CUT STRAW GOOSE EGGS OF SLOVAKIA                                      covered. Be sure to see the KPM exhibit "Visions of
Class #0620575103                                 $28 ($23 FOM)       Nature: Photography by Brian Wolf" opening April 30.
Saturday, March 19                                      1-3:30 pm
Instructor: Sidonka Wadina                         Location: KPM      VANITY BASKET
These beautiful eggs, made by applying small pieces of cut            Class #0620600201                                $28 ($23 FOM)
straw to their surface, can be as ornate or simple as you desire.     Saturday, May 7                                   9:30 am-2 pm
Learn the technique from a Slovak Master Folk Artist. A supply        Instructor: Sandy Bulgrin                         Location: KPM
fee of $12 is paid to the instructor the day of the class. The fee                                                        This all-reed
includes one colored goose egg, prepared and flattened straw                                                              basket is the
for application, glue, pattern and design sheets. Students are                                                            perfect size
asked to bring a hand towel and small sharp scissors. Class                                                               for the back
size is limited to 14.                                                                                                    of a vanity or
                                                                                                                          could hold a
PANORAMIC SUGAR EASTER EGGS                                                                                               variety of
                         Class #0620576103           $28 ($23 FOM)    kitchen items. Students choose from a variety of dyed reed to
                         Saturday, March 26               1-3:30 pm   personalize it for their own decor. A supply fee of $16 is paid
                         Instructor: Sidonka Wadina                   to the instructor the day of the class. A sample is on view in
                         Location: KPM                                the KPM gift shop.
                         Learn how to make these beautiful
                         classic Easter eggs from a Slovak Master     PRECIOUS METAL CLAY FOR BEGINNERS
                         Folk Artist in this fun class. Basic cake    Class #0620601202                                    $42 ($37 FOM)
decorating borders and flowers will also be taught. A supply          Saturday, May 14                                     11:00 am-4 pm
fee of $12 is paid to the instructor the day of the class. The fee    Instructor: Diane Leischow
includes one 6" sugar egg, frosting, small chicks or bunnies,         Location: KPM
royal icing flowers and recipes. Class size is limited to 12.         Turn a lump of polyurethane clay into a fine
                                                                      silver (.999) pendant or earrings. The clay
JOSEPHINE KNOT BASKET                                                 contains minute particles of silver that when
Class #0620599201                              $37 ($32 FOM)          fired in a kiln become pure silver. Students
Saturday, April 2                               9:30 am-4 pm          may bring favorite leaves, stampers or
Instructor: Sandy Bulgrin                                                                objects to make an all-over
Location: KPM                                                                            texture. After class the
This ribbed style basket starts with a                                                   instructor will fire, polish, and return your
beautiful Josephine knot. The round reed                                                 jewels to the Museum where you can pick
from the knot forms the basket. Students use                                             them up. A supply fee of $38 is paid to the
a variety of materials to create the beautiful                                           instructor which includes the silver clay and
ribbed basket. This is not recommended for                                               use of the instructor's tools. Samples on view
beginners. A supply fee of $22 is paid to the                                            at the KPM gift shop.
instructor the day of the class. A sample is
on view in the KPM gift shop.                                                                     More Saturday Workshops
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                 KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM • 5500 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4140 •  www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org
             DINOSAUR DISCOVERY MUSEUM • 5608 Tenth Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4450 • www.dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org
                       CIVIL WAR MUSEUM • 5400 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4141 •   www.thecivilwarmuseum.org
  Kenosha Public Museum
  WEEKEND WORKSHOPS
MOSAIC BIRD BATH                                                       WOVEN WIRE BRACELET
Class #0620515202                                  $30 ($25 FOM)       Class #0620553201                                 $25 ($20 FOM)
Saturday, April 30                                   11 am-4 pm        Saturday, June 4                                9:30 am-1:30 pm
Instructor: Kathy Alexander                                            Instructor: Sandy Bulgrin                          Location: KPM
Location: KPM                                                          Learn a unique and fun way to make this wire bracelet in just
No experience needed to create a                                       a few hours. Using wire and a dowel, create a bracelet
decorative mosaic bird bath. Various                                   accented with a pandora-style glass bead. Many choices of
items will be used such as mirrors,                                    beads are available to complement your own style. You will
glass and pottery. Please bring any                                    leave wearing this beautiful bracelet and will want to make
special items you wish to incorporate                                  more for yourself, family, and friends. A supply fee of $20 is
into your bird bath. A supply fee of $22                               paid to the instructor the day of the class. A sample is on view
is paid to the instructor.                                             at the Kenosha Public Museum gift shop.


                                           Weekend Cooking Classes
                              COOKING CLASSES HELD AT THE CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
                        Class includes demonstration, recipes, sampling, and a bottle of water.

                                Ying Stoller was raised in northeast                           Lifelong Kenosha resident Rita Ramacci has
                                mainland China. She has shared                                 been cooking since she was tall enough to
                                her knowledge of Chinese cooking                               reach the stove. Rita is passionate about
                                through her TV show, ”Ying’s                                   preparing food that is fresh and seasonal.
                                Kitchen,” her cookbook, Ying’s                                 She uses ingredients found at farmer’s
                                Chinese Cookbook, Authentic                                    markets and from local producers. Rita has
                                but Simple and through cooking                                 been in the catering business for 16 years
                                                                                               and is owner of Francine’s Fine Catering.
                                classes and demonstrations.
                                                                        RITA'S BIRTHDAY BASH
 YING'S CHINESE COOKING: NORTHEAST CHINA                                Class #0620579103                           $25 ($20 FOM)
 Class ##0620414103                              $25 ($20 FOM)          Sunday, March 27                              2:30-4:30 pm
 Sunday, March 13                                  2:30-4:30 pm         Celebrate Rita's birthday with some of her favorite foods
 Northeast China is known for its wheat production. The                 including chicken marsala, pasta, and birthday cake!
 cuisine of this area is filled with noodles and steamed
                                                                        COOKING WITH RITA: 5 INGREDIENTS OR LESS
 dumplings. Watch as Ying prepares lo mein and moo shu
                                                                        Class #0620602203                               $25 ($20 FOM)
 chicken which is traditionally eaten with a wheat "pancake."
                                                                        Sunday, April 17                                 2:30-4:30 pm
 YING'S CHINESE COOKING:                                                Great food doesn't have to be a mystery and involve long
 SOUTHEAST ASIAN CUISINE                                                lists of ingredients! Rita shares a variety of recipes using 5
 Class #0620396203                             $25 ($20 FOM)            ingredients or less that are tasty as well as easy to make.
 Sunday, April 3                                2:30-4:30 pm            COOKING WITH RITA: LET'S GRILL!
 These dishes are not only delicious but also very easy to              Class #0620520203                            $25 ($20 FOM)
 make. Get hands-on experience making spring rolls with                 Sunday, May 15                                 2:30-4:30 pm
 rice paper wrap. Ying's demonstration also includes beef               LOCATION: KPM (Please note location!)
 noodle soup, papaya salad, and Vietnamese spring rolls.                Grilling isn't just for steaks and hamburgers any more!
 LET'S MAKE SUSHI                                                       Recipes include pizza, vegetables as well as the more
 Class #0620399203                            $25 ($20 FOM)             traditional fish and fowl.
 Saturday, May 14 (1 day)                       11 am-1 pm              COOKING WITH RITA: EARLY HARVEST
 Ying shares the secrets of great sushi and some new recipes!           Class #0120320203                            $25 ($20 FOM)
 Learn step-by-step how to choose and make rice as well as              Sunday, June 5                                2:30-4:30 pm
 how to make beautiful and delicious sushi. Ying also                   Spring and early summer bring wonderful fresh produce to
 demonstrates cucumber salad, egg tomagoyaki and cream                  grocery stores and farmer's markets. Rita's cooking up some
 cheese rolls.                                                          new recipes using tasty and healthy fruits and vegetables.



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    KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM • 5500 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4140 •   www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org
DINOSAUR DISCOVERY MUSEUM • 5608 Tenth Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4450 • www.dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org
          CIVIL WAR MUSEUM • 5400 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4141 •   www.thecivilwarmuseum.org
  Kenosha Public Museum
  KID’S CLASSES & FAMILY WORKSHOPS

               Preschool Classes
           Cost of supplies included in the class fee.
                                                                               After School Classes
                                                                                          1ST-5TH GRADERS
         Classes held at the Kenosha Public Museum.
                                                                    Classes meet from 4-5 pm. Cost of supplies is included. Classes
ARTSTART                                                                        held at the Kenosha Public Museum.
Ages: 2-4 with an adult                $50 ($40 FOM) (8 weeks)
                                                                    BASIC CARTOONING: ANIMALS
Class #0100344202                                                   Class #0110091204                              $50 ($40 FOM)
Tuesdays, April 5-May 24 (8 weeks)                 9:30-10:30 am    This class only is open for ages 7-16
Class #0100523202                                                   Tuesdays, April 5-May 24 (8 weeks)
Tuesdays, April 5-May 24 (8 weeks)                  11 am-12 pm     Instructor: Bob Anderson
                  Instructor: Diane Smith                           Turn your favorite
                  Preschoolers create age-appropriate and           animal or pet into a
                  seasonal art projects with the help of an         “cartoon” character!
                  adult care-giver. The class includes a variety    From cats and dogs to
                  of different experiences to help preschoolers      more exotic animals like snakes
                  become comfortable in a structured                and lizards, learn to draw
                  classroom setting. Adults and children work       cartoon animals using
                  together with a variety of art materials          basic shapes. The class
                  including scissors, crayons, glue, paint and      includes a variety of
paper to create artwork to treasure for years to come!              activities and projects,
                                                                    including a look at
              Family Workshops                                      some famous cartoon
                                                                    animals in animation and
                                                                    learning how to draw them. Bring a
UKRAINIAN EGG DECORATING                                            photo of your pet, if you have one,
Class #0630152103                          $25 ($20 FOM)/CHILD      or "adopt" a Museum animal to create
(1 adult is required to accompany every child), 3rd-8th grades      a caricature ready for framing.
Saturday, March 26 (1 day)                        9:30-11:30 am
Instructor: Jill Montgomery         LOCATION:                       CREATE WITH CLAY
KPM                                                                 Class #0110603204                              $50 ($40 FOM)
Learn the basics of traditional Ukrainian egg                       Wednesdays, April 6-May 25 (8 weeks)
decorating or “pysanky.” Instructions, eggs, two                    Instructor: Jill Montgomery
kistky, beeswax, candle and dyes are included                       With your hands and imagination
in the class fee. Additional supplies can be                        create almost anything from clay!
purchased in the Museum gift shop.                                  Learn to shape clay using the slab,
                                                                    pinch and coil methods. Finish your
RELAXING BATH SALTS                                                 works of art by firing and glazing.
Class #0620546203                         $17 ($12 FOM)/1 adult
                                           with1 child, ages 8-16   DRAW & PAINT
Saturday, April 30                                         1-3 pm   Class #0110604204                              $50 ($40 FOM)
Instructor: Laura Zielinski                       LOCATION: KPM     Thursdays, April 7-May 26 (8 weeks)
Moms, grandmas, aunts: spend a delightful afternoon with            Instructor: Jill Montgomery
your favorite young lady to make a treat for both of you! There                                     Students learn the basics of
                                       are few things that can                                      drawing and painting using
                                       relax and restore the                                        a variety of media which
                                       body and spirit as well as                                   may include pencil, charcoal,
                                       a bath scented and                                           tempera, acrylics and
                                       softened with fragrant                                       watercolors. Each student
                                       bath salts. Learn to make                                    receives their own sketch
                                       bath salts for yourself or                                   pad. The focus is on color
                                       for gift giving. A supply                                    and fun!
fee of $10 is paid to the instructor the day of the class.



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                KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM • 5500 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4140 •        www.kenoshapublicmuseum.org
            DINOSAUR DISCOVERY MUSEUM • 5608 Tenth Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4450 •      www.dinosaurdiscoverymuseum.org
                      CIVIL WAR MUSEUM • 5400 First Avenue • Kenosha, WI 53140 • 262-653-4141 •        www.thecivilwarmuseum.org

								
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