Monday, February 2, 2015

AHHAS - Alton Holman Heritage Arts, Inc. FEBRUARY Weekend WORKSHOPS

AHHAS - Alton Holman Heritage Arts, Inc.

Chair Caning - back by popular demand
Knitting (basic knitting made into small animals)
Pysanky (Ukrainian egg batik - wax and dye on blown eggs) see photo below
Feb 20th - 6 to 9 pm
Feb 21st - 9 am to 4 pm
Feb 22nd - 2 to 5 pm (4;30 display of works to public) 
$55 + materials per class for the whole weekend
Anyone staying overnight in the Hearn Inn will receive a 10% discount on fee
AHHAS is a local non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and teaching Heritage Arts passed down from generations.  The skills learned in these non-competitive workshops never lose their essentialness even
in our so called modern, technological world.  Skills as patience, listening, following directions, perseverance, executing an idea, design, imagination, creativity, invention, self confidence,  and many more attributes are all used in our every day lives.  AHHAS is patterned after renownedJohn C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C.
AHHAS conducts classes monthly.  Will you pass this information along to all your family and friends? You may jump start our 15th Anniversary Dollar Campaign by visiting our website at and donating your dollar!
Many thanks, 
Martha Macon Crowe and Winifred Morrow
AHHAS Board of Trustees member