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Painting with your Peanut
"Schedule some uninterrupted play time for you and your peanut! In this parent  and child  paint fest, free painting is encouraged. Our goal is to paint in a loosely structured environment focused on creative exploration. We will be ready with suggestions for any child that needs a little more of a challenge. Children must be old enough to hold a brush and not eat the paint. If you are uncertain about your child being ready, feel free to come and observe a class. This class is geared towards small children, but all ages are welcome. Paper and paints provided. You may choose to paint on an 11 x 14 canvas for an additional $3.50. Please let us know you are coming. With Aaron Bond and his peanut. 
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Date: Saturday, April 2
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Price: $10.00 per Parent & Peanut or $12.00 at the door (11X14 canvas an additional $3.50) 

Understanding Me / Understanding You:  The Enneagram Personality System as a Tool for Compassion and Growth
"Do you ever wonder what makes others tick or why you seem to face the same type of challenges over and over? Enneagram identifies 9 different ways people see and react to the world. Discovering the unconscious motivation underlying our own habitual patterns helps broaden how we see reality and allows us to be more flexible in how we respond. Bernie Van Dort will introduce basic Enneagram teachings, show short video clips of each of the 9 Enneagram types, and suggest ways to work with our personalities. Bernie is a certified teacher in the Enneagram Professional Training Program of Helen Palmer and David Daniels and an interfaith spiritual director. If you would like, you can begin to explore your Enneagram type with the short test at enneagramworldwide.com or in the book Essential Enneagram: The Definitive Personality Test and Self-Discovery Guide. This will give you a sense of 2 or 3 Enneagram styles to specifically attend to in the workshop. Lunch will be provided. Pre-register by 4/27.  
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Date: Saturday, April 30 / May 14th?
Time: 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Price: $45 

Create A T-Shirt Scarf
Would you like to create a scarf that is fun, easy, and very pretty, with endless possibilities for creative variation and year-round wear? Learning this technique can turn gift giving into exciting adventure. Join Margaret Clark and Janet Danek for this evening of camaraderie, tea, and fun around the fireplace. Bring a plain, solid color XL or larger T-shirt, without a side seam. Let us know you are coming.


Date: Tuesday, April 5
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Price: $12 

Fabric & Canvas Wall Flower
"Award-winning artist Allise Noble will guide you through the fun process of creating a beautiful and lasting 18” x 24” fabric and canvas wall flower. You choose fabric and paint from our collection to tailor the art to your preference. All materials provided. Please pre-register.
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Date: Tuesday, April 5
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Price: $20, materials $8 

Paint Your Pet
"Ready for a fun and creative evening? You don’t need an artistic bone in your body. You bring your favorite brew or cocktails, and we will provide the canvas, acrylics, brushes or craft materials, and the instruction. It’s like follow the leader for adults! Ursula Steckert and Ronda Runyan-Spencer will lead you through the process, where everyone paints their own version of the featured painting. Choose a date or come to all of them! Register early to ensure your space. Great girl’s night out and date night activity! Also available for private or corporate groups. 
Prom Queen Special: Mention MOMPROM for a 10% discount on any ONE Cocktails & Canvas or Kids & Canvas admission through April. 
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Date: Friday, Apr. 29 (Email or send a photo of your pet so we can sketch it onto the canvas unless you want to sketch it yourself. Due 4/11)
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Price: $35 

Set of 4 Coasters  
"Ready for a fun and creative evening? You don’t need an artistic bone in your body. You bring your favorite brew or cocktails, and we will provide the canvas, acrylics, brushes or craft materials, and the instruction. It’s like follow the leader for adults! Ursula Steckert and Ronda Runyan-Spencer will lead you through the process, where everyone paints their own version of the featured painting. Choose a date or come to all of them! Register early to ensure your space. Great girl’s night out and date night activity! Also available for private or corporate groups. 
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Date: Friday, April 8
Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Price: $35 

Tim McCoy: Michigan's Greatest Cowboy celebrates 125 years
Born in Saginaw, Michigan during the height of the lumbering era, Tim McCoy left the Great Lakes Bay Region to seek a life of adventure as a cowboy. Historian Scott Seeburger tells the story of his many accomplishments as a rancher, military leader, actor, poet, and adventurer. McCoy was born on April 10, 1891 and this event celebrates his anniversary. The presentation features videos that showcase his talent. Please pre-register.


Date: Wednesday, April 27
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Price: $8 

Thoreau’s Walden
Do you ever wonder what it means to really live? Henry David Thoreau, philosopher and poet, said in Walden, "Let us settle ourselves, and work and wedge our feet downward through the mud and slush of opinion, and prejudice, and tradition, and delusion, and appearance... till we come to a hard bottom and rocks in place, which we can call reality.” Dr. Hitt, Coordinator of Great Lakes Bay Collaboration in Health Care Ethics, invites you to take a walk and explore some hidden trails in Walden: You will be listening to and peering through Thoreau’s experiment living at a cabin he built near Walden Pond, his transcendentalism, and his notion of resilience-- to live a plain, simple life one must confront the contemporary condition and the economics of living well. With Dr. James Hitt. Refreshments provided.


Date: Thursday, April 21
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Price: $8 

Starting Monday - A Staged Reading
Anne Commire’s story is about friendship and about dying. It centers on the relationship between Ellis, a film maker whose career is just beginning to take off when she learns she has terminal cancer, and her best friend Lynne. Lynne puts her own life and career on hold to care for Ellis, as she struggles valiantly to accept the inevitable reality of her death and to die with dignity. All profits to Noah’s Light Foundation. Their mission: to find a cure for pediatric brain cancer by supporting visionary doctors in pediatric oncology, funding new research in the field, raising awareness, and enriching the lives of the brave children struggling with this disease. With Laura Brigham. Other cast TBA. Cash bar available.


Date: Monday, April 18
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Price: $15 

"Midland Reads Poetry
Sponsored by Cheryl and Larry Levy
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Who in Midland reads poetry nowadays? Well, lots of people. Join a few of your neighbors of different ages, occupations, and backgrounds who have accepted an invitation to share a poem that matters to them. If you enjoy hearing poems read aloud, please join us.  Inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month, held every April, is the largest literary celebration in the world with schools, publishers, libraries, booksellers, and poets celebrating poetry’s vital place in our culture. Refreshments provided.


Date: Sunday, April 17
Time: 1:30 - 3:30 pm
Price: Free, everyone is welcome. 
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