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Clays The Way At The Newtown Community Center



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Young artists painted their clay masterpieces during their third session of the Newtown Community Center’s Clays the Way program on the evening of November 21.

The weekly program began November 7, and already students had created a variety of clay projects, including snakes and snails, that were ready to be painted.

Longtime Newtown art teacher Leslie Gunn instructed the class and helped them on their art journey.

Students worked independently but offered each other encouragement and praise throughout the class.

There will be a total of seven sessions for Clays the Way.

Newtown Community Center Program Coordinator Jennifer Cebry says people can still sign up mid-way and that there will also be a new eight-week session beginning in January 2020.

For more information about current and upcoming programs at the Newtown Community Center, visit newtowncommunitycenter.org or call 203-270-4349.

Eight-year-old Liam Siana happily showcases the many art projects that he has created so far in Clays the Way at the Newtown Community Center, on November 21. —Bee Photos, Silber
Pictured from left are 6-year-olds Alexis Santaniello, Leo Andersen, and Charlie Plunkett working studiously on their clay snail art on the evening of Thursday, November 21.
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