Announcing our FIRST kid class here at Peculiar Ambitions!

Make Your Own Ceramic Fairy House.

What: Kids will create a ceramic fairy house and make their own fairy to live inside. (Houses shown above are merely an example, class houses will be made from a lighter clay with colored glazes to paint on) Suggested age range is 8-12.

Where: Peculiar Ambitions pottery studio.

21701 NE Basket Flat Rd Battle Ground, WA 98604

When: 2 classes,

Sat. June 17th 10am-12pm and

Sat. June 24th 10am-12pm

Cost: $30 per child, includes instruction and all materials needed to make a fairy house and one flower fairy. We are limiting the class sizes to 6 kids per class, this will fill up fast, so email asap to reserve your spot. Payment reserves your place. I can take payment via PayPal. Once I receive your response I will send you a PayPal invoice. First come gets the spots…

Class One: Play in clay! Learn the fun aspects of clay and the create a completed house for your fairy garden.

Class Two: Glaze your house! This week we will glaze our houses and when we are finished, make our own fairy to take home.  Sometime during the week after class 2 we will be glaze firing the houses in our kiln. *Arrangements will need to be made to pick up your house after they are cooled.*

Other Info: Take some time for yourself…  We ask that you drop your child and run. We are a working farm so for safety and liability we ask that you visit some of the beautiful places to explore near our farm. Here are some suggestions…

~ Battle Ground (about 7 miles) has a library with a coffee shop across the street.

~ Battle Ground Community Center (about 6.5 miles) has a skateboard park.

~ A half mile from our farm is Moulton Falls Trail (formally called Hantwick Trail).     It runs 2.5 miles from the trail head to Moulton Falls Bridge.

~ A half mile from our farm is Lucia falls… a nice trail and waterfall where you can watch the Steelhead jump.

~ 3 mile drive towards Yacolt is Moulton Falls Park. (this is where the trail mentioned above takes you)

~ 4 mile drive to Battle Ground Lake State Park (there is now a $3 parking fee unless you have a Discover Pass). Fun lake with trails to walk and fields to run.