Join the Good Day Art Club!
- Weekly Painting, Drawing, and Clay classes
- Organic gardening classes - included with membership.
- Discounted yoga classes.
- Discounted specialty classes for Masters in the Making students.
- Members only registration period on school break survival days and summer camps.
- Participation in Good Day semi-annual art show.
$30 per year registration per family, plus $55 per month for first child, $45 per month per sibling. See class offerings below.
*After school club membership is for named children, ages 5-13. You may place your membership on hold at any time with 2 weeks notice.
The Art Starters program is for ages 5-9. By exposing the students to new artists and new techniques, this class challenges their craftsmanship and inspires their creativity.
Masters in the Making is for students ages 9-12 and focuses on more advanced techniques and concepts. We will learn the skills needed to make drawings more realistic, bring paint under control, and explore the sculptural side of clay.
Ongoing: Choose your time:
Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30 pm.
Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 pm.
Sundays, 2:30-3:30 pm.
Included with membership. All materials included.
Come and learn the art of the mini-comic with Mark Watkins. Students will produce their own mini-comic for the Good Day art show.
Tuesdays, October 3 - November 14 from 5:30-6:30 pm.
All art materials included. There will be no class on Halloween.
$55 for Art Club Members (with continuous membership)/ $90 for non-members.
Using music, dance and storytelling, our yoga class is designed top to bottom for younger yogis. Students will practice yoga postures, breathwork, and meditation to help them regulate their emotions and develop focus as they develop strength and confidence.
*Organic Gardening Classes included with Monthly Yoga Membership. See Gardening Description here.
Ongoing: Mondays, 4:30-5:45 pm.
$30 per month with art club membership/ $42.50 per month for non-members.
Bring a yoga mat or towel.
*There is a 3 student minimum for this class.
Join us at our plot in the Lilburn Community Garden for hands on lessons in organic gardening. Learn about planting seasons, pollination, composting, and community service. At harvest time, sample some of what we have grown. A portion of the proceeds from the garden will be donated to local food banks.
Seasonal, as weather allows: Choose your time:
Mondays from 4:30-5:00
Sundays from 3:30-4:00 pm.
Included with art club membership or monthly yoga membership.
Please bring a water bottle. May bring garden gloves, hats, and trowels as desired.