Members of the Sedro-Woolley Teen Center got the chance to flex their creative muscles last week. The Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) put on an art workshop at Country Meadows Village on March 4th and 5th and Sedro-Woolley Teens were very excited to take part.
Participants not only got to learn some painting tricks but also got the chance to interact with a different generation. The SW Teens have spent time at Country Meadows before due to their friendly rivalry playing flyswatter volleyball, but this was a new and fun way to spent time with the residents. After engaging in fun intergenerational art activities, the group enjoyed a meal together.
Thank you to MoNA for putting the whole thing on, Dee Doyle for being the instructor, David Bricka for providing a space, and the Residents of Country Meadows Village for welcoming the Teens.