There are many different ways to SPARK your child’s imagination this spring. Whether attending classes, coming to an event, or scheduling a birthday party, there are many ways to experience the fun and excitement of The Art Spark.
This session our classes are about the Wonders of the World! Each week your child will walk into a room transformed into one of the wonders and create artwork inspired from what is seen. Enroll Now or View our Schedule. Also, don’t forget to check out our advanced classes and our Mama and Me classes at The Spotted Goose in Oakley!
The Art Spark will be holding its first ball on April 15th from 4-7 PM. Reserve a slot for your child today! Dinner. Dancing. Magic Mirrors and much more!
Time: 4-7 PM at our studio in Rockwern Academy
Cost: $35 per child (check or cash only)
Ages: 3-9 years (Child must be potty trained)
To reserve a spot: send us an e-mail with your child’s name, age, and a phone number where we can reach you.
Want your child’s birthday to be a truly unique and memorable experience? Why not have the party at The Art Spark? Check out what one parent said about her daughter’s party at our studio:
“Just wanted to thank you for pouring your hearts, souls, creativity, hard work, and loveliness into our daughter’s party. Please thank your helpful crew, too. It was great to have so many people to make sure the projects went smoothly and the kids were engaged. My daughter had a blast — one of her favorite parties ever. Truly, all the children looked like they had a great time and I thought you’d get a kick out of the feedback. One friend just e-mailed me to say her son said he wants his party with you next time. And everyone kept complimenting me on how unique and wonderful it was. 🙂 The kids were so delighted when they showed their parents what they had made. I loved how you spoke to all the children and how you made our daughter feel special. I also appreciated that you tried to learn so many of the kids’ names. They enjoyed the free play and the projects. I loved when you asked them questions, too, and allowed them to participate. Nobody ever looked bored or antsy. In the end, the kids were far from ready to leave — sign of a good party, right?”