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Specialty Classes


Grades 5 & 6

Mondays 7:00pm – 8:00pm

January 30, February 6, February 27, March 13, March

27, April 3

Cost: Nonmember $125, Member $100

Courtesy Matters is a party experience for fifth and sixth graders

designed to teach poise, self-confidence and the finer points

of etiquette. Each session is a social gathering that includes

refreshments and games with prizes, while teaching students

proper introductions, table manners and social dances.

Classmates will learn common courtesies, helping them to

feel comfortable in a variety of social situations with both

peers and adults. The instructor, Catherine Webster, has

taught similar cotillion classes in Wooster since 1988.

Expected dress for boys will be dress pants, shirt and tie; and

for girls, skirts or dresses. (Please contact Wayne Center for

the Arts staff if you do not have access to any of these items.)


Ages 6+

Monday-Friday 1pm-4pm

1 week: April 10 – April 14

Cost: Nonmember $100, Member $90

Create Upcycled Earth Friendly Art every afternoon of

Spring Break. In your hands trash will be transformed into

treasures. Old clothing becomes stuffed creatures. Broken

dishes become stepping stones. Old paper becomes books.

Many creative adventures await our afternoon artists.

Instructor: Miriam Daniels


Ages 6-10

Wednesday 2:15pm-3:15pm

10 weeks: January 18 – March 22

Cost: Nonmember $90, Member $80

This class is a wonderful introduction for homeschoolers and

other who have daytime availability. We will explore with

curiosity famous artists, different ways of making art, and

basic design elements. Our emphasis is creative expression

and the fun of making art. Instructor: Miriam Daniels


Ages 5-7

Thursday 11:30am – 12:30pm

16 weeks: January 19 – May 26 (No class April 13)

Cost: Nonmember $165, Member $145

This daytime beginning ballet class is great for those who are

homeschooled or have availability during the school day. The

content of this 45-minute class will be the same as Ballet I.

Instructor: Katie Newlon