Join us for this fun event! Try your hand at Pysanky, the Ukrainian way of using wax and dyes to color eggs, at an Easter-time workshop in Rooms 9/10 of McNear Hall. Beginners and oft-timers are welcome. Basic instruction will be presented, plus pattern ideas will be available to all attendees.
Bring two raw eggs, cleaned with white vinegar for decorating, and a brunch dish for six to share. Drinks, materials and equipment will be provided. A small donation for supplies would be welcome. The workshop is open to all, ages seven to adult. It’s a great way to learn a new skill with friends and family. To reserve your place, RSVP to the church office at 297-1181. *Youngsters age 7-13 must EACH bring an adult to help with instruction.
Pysanky, the Ukrainian way of using wax and dyes to color eggs, dates back to pre-Christian times in Slavic cultures. The egg represented the rebirth of the Earth. Join us for an Easter-time workshop of this traditional folk art in Rooms 9/10 of McNear Hall.