Boston Center for Adult Education Invites Bean City Kids to Learn How to Sew Clothes for Dolls
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WHAT: The center that taught children how to “Sift and Mix” and “Mind Your Manners” will now teach Bean City Kids how sew! Starting May 1st, 2012 the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) invites children ages seven and up to “Sewing Story: Create Clothes for Your 18" Doll,” where they will learn how to sew on a machine and by hand by working with patterns. At the end of eight sessions, each child will have created their own Mexican doll costume, including a felt vest, pull-on skirt and shawl!
Almost every little girl has doll with the identical outfits to everyone else, so why not teach them a new skill while creating a new outfit for their 18-inch dolls. The new sewers will also walk away with their own pincushion and patchwork doll blanket so that they can continue with their new found skill! “Sewing Story” at the BCAE is the perfect after-school activity to get the kids away from the television and learning something new!
WHEN: Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 to Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 or Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 to Thursday, June 21st, 2012; 3:30PM-5:00PM; 8 sessions
COST: $100 Members/Non-Members, $15 Materials
WHERE: Boston Center for Adult Education 122 Arlington Street Boston, MA 02116.
RSVP: Registration is necessary. Please visit www.bcae.org or call the Boston Center for Adult Education at 617-267-4430 to sign up. There must be a parent/ caregiver present during class time. No more than 3 students per adult.
ADDITIONAL: Suitable for children 6-9 years of age
Children must be supervised by a parent or a caregiver.