Unless otherwise noted, online registration closes 3 business days prior to the start date. After this time, please call the Welcome Desk at 914-366-7898 to register. Many of our programs can be pro-rated after they begin as long as space is available.
Registration for September ’19 – June ’20 programs opens on 8-21 for Members and 8-23 for Non-members.
Age 18 and up
Selected Mondays, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Members and Non-Members welcome: $5 per person, per class / Youth Lounge
Drop-in and try a new craft. Beginners welcome. Every project looks wonderful. Go home with a finished project. Limited space available. Advance registration is not required but highly recommended to ensure your spot. All participants must register at the Welcome Desk.
Age 18 and up
4 Fridays, 10:00 AM – 11:45 AM
Members $110.00; Non-Members $130.00 Youth Lounge
Session 1: September 20 – October 11
Please register by September 13.
Session 2: October 18 – November 8
Please register by October 11.
Please note the November 1 program starts at 10:30 AM.
Session 3: November 15 – December 13
No program on November 29.
Please register by November 8.
Please note December 6 program starts at 10:30 AM.
Relax and unwind while you explore new techniques using pastels, acrylics, watercolors and more. Learn to combine materials, concentrating on what you like best. No fine art skills or previous experience necessary. Materials included.
Renee Shamosh is a multimedia artist with over 30 years of art teaching experience. As a high school chairperson of communication and fine arts, she collaborated with artists specializing in painting, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. An avid gardener, Renee uses elements of nature as inspiration in
Ages 16 – Adult
Monday, November 4, 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Please register by October 28
Members $35; Non-members $40/Youth Lounge
Learn how to make embellished beads to hang on a cord. Mold, embellish, bake, paint and complete your hand made project during class.
Renee Shamosh is a multimedia artist with over 30 years of art teaching experience. As a high school chairperson of communication and fine arts, she collaborated with artists specializing in painting, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. An avid gardener, Renee uses elements of nature as inspiration in her work.