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Art Camp Spring Break: Birds, birds & more birds. March 15, 16, 17 11:30 am -3:30 pm   Let you kids spend part of spring break letting their creative side show. 

Just like summer art camp your kids will draw, paint and create a number of projects over the 3 days. The camp is $45. Call the MUD to register. 512-251-9814 Campers need to bring a snack and drink each day. All materials included. You can also sign up on line. Here is the link: 

https://apm.activecommunities.com/wellsbranchmud/Activity_Search/2362

Only 16 spots are available for kids 7-12.
Camp location 14611 Wells Port Dr. side entrance. 

Dianne Koehler: community activist, library founder, artist, gardener, teacher

some of my recent painted items


I have been painting for over 25 years, mostly in acrylics and other non-oil media. I teach adults and kids as I love sharing my love of art with others. I have owned and operated Wooden it be Wonderful for over 25 years, making and painting all types of items. I teach a weekly arts & crafts class for families at the Wells Branch Library, and occasional classes for adults.

I founded the Wells Branch Community Library, served as board president for 10 years, and completed my 6th and last term  of elected office in 2010 to have a little more time in my life. 

I worked with several others to create an active home gardening group in the community and maintain a blog for this and my own gardening. I harvest rainwater and have many barrels to store the water and use it in my vegetable garden.  I am curriculum coordinator and teach in the Wells Branch Elementary garden program 2 days/week and work with the 5th grade Farmer's Market weekly.
 
Take a look at some of the artistic things I am doing by clicking on the links. Instructions for the fall raffia scarecrow are below. Recipies for several of the projects from camp are on the Arts & Crafts blog below. 
   
   Arts & Crafts in Wells Branch : http://wonderfulartsncrafts.blogspot.com/
   Video of a project  Super hero standouts
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Dianne Koehler,
Oct 21, 2010, 7:16 AM
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Dianne Koehler,
Apr 3, 2012, 7:40 AM
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