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Creative House: Basket Weaving

Author: Author unknown, Issue: October 1996, Topic: Events

As a non-profit organization serving the local community, Creative House offers a variety of classes and workshops in various arts and crafts as well as various forms of art therapy. Sunday, Oct. 20, a workshop in basket weaving is being offered. It is limited to 8 people, and costs 3200 yen. Mr. Mano, a bamboo craftsman, will teach participants who to make a five-sided basket perfect for holding fruits and vegetables. So if you are interested in this workshop, call Creative House at 36-2802 as soon as possible.

Saturday Art for Kids, a regular children's art studio, is offered every Saturday from 3 to 5 pm with a different and interesting craft presented. The class is limited in size to 10 children, and the fee is only 5000 yen for 4 classes. Presently there are 6 kids between 7 And 9 years old, and so there is room for 4 more. If your child might be interested, give Cheryl a call at 36-2802.

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