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Parks and Recreation

Harris Center

425 Perry St

Sara Hand Custer

Sara Hand Custer

Cultural Arts Director

Below is a list of all Art for Homeschoolers classes offered this spring quarter at JDCAC. Make sure to check out the Auburn Parks and Recreation Quarterly Brochure at:

Parks and Rec 2024 Spring Programs

If you are interested in signing up for one or more of the classes, please do so through MyRec. Registration will begin Monday, Feb. 5 at 8 a.m. through MyRec. Citizens must have an online MyRec account to register for any Parks and Recreation programs. To access the online system and create an account visit Programs with an associated cost will require payment which can be made online using a credit card. Individuals who wish to pay with cash or check can register and pay in person at the Harris Center, located at 425 Perry St., Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Registration will only be accepted from participants who live or work in the City of Auburn during the first two weeks of registration, Feb. 5 - 23.

Art for Homeschoolers
These classes, under the sponsorship and support of the Auburn Arts Association, are divided into two age groups to allow for age appropriate art experiences. Fees cover instruction and all supplies and materials. Please register in advance of the first day of classes. $85/first child; $80/each additional sibling.

Group 1 | Art Explorers
Join us in learning about artists and art techniques as you explore a variety of art media and develop your own artistic style. Classes are organized around themes that highlight the basic elements of art. In the past, some of these themes have been “A Potpouri of Portraits,” “Fins and Feathers,” “Make Yourself at Home,” and “The Shape of Things.” Please register in advance of the first day of class.

Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time Location
6 - 9 R 3/14 - 5/29 9 - 11 a.m. JDCAC

Contact: Amy Kaiser • (334) 821-0916 • [email protected]

Group 2 | Art Adventures
This class is designed for the young artist ready to meet art challenges at the intermediate level. Students will take a step further into developing a creative style while exploring a variety of artists, styles, techniques, and media.

Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time Location
10 - 15 R 3/14 - 5/2 9 - 11 a.m. JDCAC

Contact: Laura Kloberg • (334) 332-5458 • [email protected]

Make sure to create a MyRec account and register with us!