Highlands Rotary, noon, Highlands Community Center, Highlands North Carolina
Planning Committee/Relay Rally Meeting
May 15th.Episcopal Church.
5:30pm, First Year Fighters,
6pm Team Captains,
7pm Planning Committee
Chicks: It's All Gone to the Birds
March 31- June 17
Member Reception, March 24, 5-6 pm
Opening Reception, March 24, 6-8 pm
Featuring a presentation from artist Susan Taylor Glasgow.
Join us in celebrating the fascinating world of our feathered friends. This exceptional collection of avian themed art showcases artists at their finest observing and creating images of the world around us through the eyes of scientists, environmentalists and conservators. A true celebration of the freedom of flight. Presented in partnership with the Highands Biolgical Station and the Highlands Plateau Audubon Society.
Sponsored by Delta Air Lines, the Official Air Line of The Bascom; Nancy and Larry Fuller; and the North Carolina Audubon Society.
May 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31, Tuesday and Thursdays 1:00-3;00
Painting Spring Wildflowers in Watercolor
$120 members, $135 non-members
Basic to any art class, drawing is a learned skill which anyone can be taught.
With a minimum of supplies you will be able to record your travels visually
representing the things which matter in your environment and enjoy a lifelong,
relaxing hobby. Drawing is a necessary prerequisite to painting. You will learn
the basics of line, shading, contour, form and perspective.
Supplies: Uniball fine line waterproof pen, artist pencils: 2B, 4B, HB,
gum eraser, pencil sharpener, ruler, drawing pad 11x14” or 14x17”
Instructor: Freddie Flynt always has a sketchbook and pencils with her and draws
wherever her travels take her. She has taught many CLE art classes and just returned
from teaching Watercolor on the Queen Mary 2 exploring the gardens of Madiera, the
Canary Islands and South Africa.
Date: Tuesday and Thursday, May 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31
Place: Highlands Civic Center (Recreation Park)
Cost: $85 members, $95 non members
B.E.A.R Talks aim to make sure Human-Bruin relations remain bearable.