Here, students and their families could participate in many crafts including making personal Christmas cards, molding clay, paint-your-own ornaments, or even creating their own piece of pottery. People had the chance to use a potter's wheel for the first time and take home something of their very own creation. Of course, some needed more help than others; but by the end of the night, after much trial and error and some help from student volunteers, anyone would've become an expert. On the other end of the room, volunteers set up tables and families used stickers, paint, and glitter to create their personalized ornaments and Christmas cards.
Much to the delight of the attending families, both the band and the Madrigal Choir performed for our crafters. Food was provided for the participants as well, so while they listened, the attendees were treated to two kinds of homemade chili, cornbread, and ice cream to keep their hunger at bay. All in all, it was a successful evening