A.C. Moore Summer Fun Wednesdays

Free Make and Take Art Projects for Kids


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Make an owl sun catcher on July 27.

Image courtesy of A.C. Moore

There are three Wednesdays left to enjoy Kids' Summer Fun Wednesdays at A.C. Moore Arts and Crafts. The summer program is for children ages 4 and up. There is no need to register, so you can just show up. Here are the rest of this summer's craft classes:

July 27: Owl Sun Catcher

August 3: Pipe Cleaner Characters

August 10: Summer Fun Bash with Face Painting, Crafts & Popcorn

All classes are held from 1-3 p.m. and are free while supplies last. 

For more information, visit acmoore.com.

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