Community and Student Involvement Continues at the Salmon Center with After School Art Adventures

Pacific Northwest artist Janice Wagner returns to the Salmon Center to teach a season of art classes to students in grades 3 – 12. An artist for over 25 years, Janice is a certified arts educator with a master’s degree in arts education. Janice has taught students and adults of all ages and says that “drawing is as natural as reading or writing, and with instruction anyone can learn.”

The Salmon Center is pleased to partner with Janice. “Janice’s expertise is a true asset to the community and her classes at the Salmon Center help connect students with nature,” says Executive Director Ted Smith.
Janice is particularly pleased to be teaching at the facility, stating that “the Salmon Center property offers a unique opportunity for students to learn about plants, animals, and habitats native to the wetlands.”


WHERE: Pacific Northwest Salmon Center, 600 NE Roessel Road, Belfair, WA. Transportation is available from Belfair Elementary School.

WHEN: Eight Wednesdays, January 30th __ March 27th; 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

WHAT: Students develop their creativity while exploring drawing, painting, fish prints, animal track t-shirts, and book making. Students have fun learning about native plants and animals of the estuary with particular emphasis on the food chain.

WHO: Students in grades 3 – 12.

FEE: $150. Please enquire about a family discount and/or transportation from the school.

REGISTER: Register by calling the Salmon Center at 360-275-3575 OR Janice Wagner at 360-830-4790.


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