Make a luminary
Make your very own glowy sculpture and add its light to the FoolMoon mix. Don’t tell anybody — ’cause we gotta maintain our cachet, our mystique, our je ne sais quoi — but it’s really pretty easy: If you’ve got a spare couple of hours and don’t have a debilitating phobia of clear packing tape, it’ll be no sweat! Here’s some inspiration.
The theme for this year’s FoolMoon event is “Foo[L]d.” Seriously, what about food isn't absolutely Foolish? (Well, E. coli O157 outbreaks, for one. But rather than get all gloomy and morbid, why don’t we just treat that last question as rhetorical?) So, anyway, if you wanna riff on the “Foolish Food” thing, that’s fine by us. Of course, we’re not exactly averse to “going rogue.” (Please note, however, that anyone wielding a rubber chicken will be summarily escorted from the event.)
These workshops are FREE (although we won’t actively prevent you from making the suggested $10 donation, should you be so inclined).
Every Sunday in March at Workantile: We Fools are hosting luminary-making workshops at Workantile (118 S. Main St., Ann Arbor). The workshops open at 10am and wrap up at 5pm. Feel free to pop in at anytime for a couple of hours — that’s all it takes to make a simple luminary. Complete event info.
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