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ASAP! Workshops and Events enrich Washington Community

The After School Arts Program's mantra is 'enriching lives through the arts'. This non-profit organization enhances the lives of young people by providing the opportunity to express themselves in music, the visual arts and in creative writing.

Founded in 1999, ASAP' has continued to expand programs and workshops offering them to more age groups and in more Connecticut towns. This March, a variety of workshops will begin; from fashion to maple sugaring and the art of making masks.

Workshops:

Fashion Fun with Lesley Neilson-Bowman (Grades 3-5)

Washington Primary Art Room, Washington

Begins Wednesday, March 11th

 

Maple Sugaring (All Ages! A Family Special!)

Flanders Nature Center, Woodbury

Saturday, March 14th

 

Sing! Shout! (Pre K)

Sari Max

Wersebe Hall, Washington Green

Begins Wednesday, March 18th

 

 

Magnificent Masks

Lesley Neilson-Bowman

Burnham School Art Room, Bridgewater

Begins Thursday, March 18th

 

Potions & Lotions (Grades 3-5)

Jessie Mayer

Burnham School Art Room, Bridgewater

Begins Thursday, April 23rd

 

It is also time for submissions for the tenth annual Celebration of Young Writers which will take place at The Gunnery School on May 30th. The deadline for submissions is Monday, March 23rd and you can obtain more information by clicking on the link here.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary, there will be a special event at The Gunnery which will honor Denis & Ann Leary and Susanna Salk, all of whom were instrumental is the shaping, staging and development of this event from the very start.


 

The Frank McCourt Prize for Excellence in Teaching will also be presented there will be a Benefit Auction, which allows ASAP to continue its mission of providing artistic and cultural opportunities for all children.

To read more about the wonderful work of the After School Art Program or to register for workshops, please click here.