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  • Grow Your Own Vegetables

    You'll learn how easy it is to grow your own vegetables including tips on site selection, soil preparation, garden design and layout as well as why when you plant your vegetables makes a difference. We’ll discuss the essentials of weed, disease and pest control techniques, composting, how to extend your growing season and the best time to harvest. Helpful handouts and website information will be included. This class is taught by a Master Gardener using University research-based information.
  • Painting with Oils

    perience the joy of painting whether you are an accomplished artist or you struggle to draw stick figures. Using the Bob Ross technique will allow you to have fun and be amazed at how well your painting turns out. Your painting, on a 16 X 20 canvas, will be ready for you to frame by the end of class. Frames will be available for purchase from the instructor. A supply fee of $15 is payable to the instructor at class.February                                           April
  • Growing Backyard Fruit

    Would you like to grow apples, strawberries, blueberries or other fruit in your own backyard? Learn how easy it is to select fruit varieties appropriate for Minnesota, to control insects and disease to ensure a fruitful crop and to plant, prune and maintain the plants for health and maximum yield. You will learn about strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and apples in detail as well as cherries, plums and grapes.
  • Gardening with Aeroponics

    Discover how an aeroponic gardening system is used to grow fresh produce throughout the year. Aeroponic gardening systems are a great alternative for growing plants in small spaces, especially indoors. It's highly efficient and can save you money, reduce environmental harm and produce fresh fruits and vegetables. We’ll have a chance to interact, build and work with the aeroponic system. You’ll leave with a cookbook that has great tower to table recipes!
  • Stained Glass Workshop Open Studio

    If you’ve attended any introductory glass cutting and assembly class, you can bring your skills to the next level. Bring your tools and design ideas to the first class. Work on any design with any method. Learn to use lead, zinc or copper foil. You may need to purchase tools depending on what you want to do. First hour of class will be dedicated to assisting you with your projects. You are welcome to stay and continue working independently on your projects during the beginner class that goes from 7-9pm in the same room.
  • Stained Glass Workshop - Beginner

    Learn to make beautiful art glass creations from an accomplished artisan who has been working with glass since 1979. Break glass with purpose and create amazing works of art that light up your life. Assembly method being taught is called copper foil, where a thin copper foil is bent over the edges of the glass so it can be soldered to hold the piece together. You can choose your own project and will need about $120-$150 in tools and supplies. Supply list will be discussed at the first class.
  • Social Paint Night

    Anyone can be an artist - yes, you! No art experience is necessary to create a 16 X 20 acrylic painting on a canvas you can take home. Step by step instruction by professional artist, Tree Croyle Johnson, will guide you through the creation of the featured painting in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Creativity, fun and mess-making are encouraged! (The paint can stain your clothes. Aprons will be provided, but please dress accordingly.)You are welcome to bring snacks and beverages. Please note: Each session will feature a different painting. A supply fee of $5 is payable to instructor at class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.AprilMayJuneJulyAugust
  • Painting Buddies - Ages 6-Adult

    Parent and child pairs will work together to create an acrylic painting on two canvases (Grandparents/grandchildren are welcome, too!). Step by step instruction from professional artist, Tree Croyle Johnson, will help ensure every painting is a masterpiece! This is a great opportunity to have fun and be creative in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. A supply fee of $10 per pair is payable to the instructor at class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call 651-982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.April MAYJuneJulyAugust
  • Photo Organization - Print & Digital

    Having organized photos assures peace of mind. Learn about a system to get every printed photo, digital photo and your memorabilia organized. Learn about scanning for slides, movies and prints as well as backing up, cloud storage and scanners. Discover easy ways to repair old photos. Leave with a plan for a system that allows you to access every photo you own in literally seconds!
  • Mosaic Bird Bath

    Create a colorful bird bath to entice birds to your yard! Decorate a terra cotta saucer (the type which would normally be placed under a planter) with mosaic tiles to suit your taste. It can then be placed on a wrought iron stand which can be purchased locally and is beautiful when completed. Wear clothes that can get dirty. A $25 supply fee is payable to the instructor at class.
  • Photo Organization - Print & Digital

    Having organized photos assures peace of mind. Learn about a system to get every printed photo, digital photo and your memorabilia organized. Learn about scanning for slides, movies and prints as well as backing up, cloud storage and scanners. Discover easy ways to repair old photos. Leave with a plan for a system that allows you to access every photo you own in literally seconds!
  • Painting with Acrylics

    Painting should be fun, relaxed and fulfilling; this class will help get you there by building your knowledge of basic painting skills. Acrylic painting techniques including blending, creating the illusion of depth, easy ways to correct a little accident, and learning to create your own style will be explored over three classes and then applied to a finished work of art. The medium is versatile and forgiving and instructor, Tree Croyle Johnson, will guide you through the process and teach you ways to take your painting to the next level. Several studies and one finished 16 X 20 painting will be made. A $10 supply fee is payable to the instructor on the first night of class. Hallberg Center for the Arts is located at 5521 East Viking Blvd, Wyoming. Please note: The classroom at Hallberg Center for the Arts is not wheelchair accessible. If you require accessibility, please call (651) 982-8110 two weeks prior to the start of class and the class will be moved to a FLAS art room.