HENNA

GRADES 3-8 • ELYSE SADTLER

Henna is a form of temporary body art that has been used by many cultures across India, northern Africa, and the Middle East for thousands of years. Join henna artist Elyse Sadtler to discover this ancient art. Learn about what henna is, where it comes from, henna across cultures, and how to do basic design elements. You will receive a henna design book and your own kit, containing organic henna paste and supplies to begin your henna journey. Also, participants will receive a henna design of their choice.

WHERE:

Wersebe Hall at The First Congregational Church, Washington 

WHEN:

Saturday from 3:00-5:30 pm
March 14

COST:

1 session – $35

WHERE:

Wersebe Hall at The First Congregational Church, Washington 

WHEN:

Saturday from 3:00-5:30 pm
April 24

COST:

1 session – $35

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