The Commonwealth Charter Academy joined us yesterday for a day chock-full of workshops, classes, and hands on training right here at the Pajama Factory. Ralph Wilson of the Williamsport Community Darkroom, one of the Factory Works program initiatives, coordinated with several other Pajama Factory tenants to design courses that would expose the students to a variety of subjects, mediums, and techniques.
Diane Hollis taught the students Drawing and Color Theory while Angela Nicholas worked with them on Creative and Memoir Writing. Ralph Wilson introduced them to the historic photo process, and Lisa Andrus of the Williamsport Community Kitchen ran a Hospitality Class which taught students how to prep, prepare, and serve food. This culminated with the students serving the entire group their lunch for the day.
We loved having the students and chaperons of the Commonwealth Charter Academy here and want to thank the many volunteers that made it all possible. There is always something fun to do and learn here at the Pajama Factory.
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The Williamsport Community Kitchen is off to a great start! This is definitely an exciting initiative for those interested in learning how to start their own food business. Be sure to attend!
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(Shared Facebook event from Williamsport Community Kitchen)
Williamsport Community Kitchen will be offering a three hour workshop aimed at providing aspiring entrepreneurs with the tools necessary to work through the startup of a food business.
Two days to choose from:
- Saturday, March 18, 9am-12pm
- Monday, April 24, 6pm-9pm
Tickets are available online for $35 and include all the materials.
A Writer’s Group, hosted by one of our tenants, Angela Nichols, will be meeting at Way Cool Beans tomorrow, Fri 3/10 from 6-7:30pm. This will be the first in a series of monthly gatherings to encourage community writers and artists of all levels and genres.
Donations of books, pencils, words written on groovy card stock, and donuts are welcome. Savory choices of coffee and teas are available for purchase, so no outside drinks are necessary.
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Factory Works Clay Studio will be offering the last class of their 2017 Winter-Spring Schedule this month. “Yard Art” with instructor Lisa Major will start on March 22nd and will run Wednesday evenings from 6-8pm through April 5th. No experience necessary! Class fee also includes 25 lbs of clay.
Monthly studio memberships are also available! You can get more information here, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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