SANTA COMES TO EASEL TOWN

Santa is coming to Easel Town!! Bring the whole family from 10-12pm for doughnuts, Christmas Crafting and pictures. This year professional photographer, Joan Cusick, will be there to take family photos. Digital downloads of your photos are included in the ticket price. Knowledge Tree will be at Easel Town to provide goodie bags for all children who participate. Every participant will also have the chance to win Knowledge Tree door prizes! Santa will arrive at 10:30 and stay until 11:30. The ticket price includes parents and their children. Only one ticket per family is required. 

SCHOOL’S OUT CAMPS 

 November has arrived, and the holidays are right around the corner! All of our School’s Out Camps for the fall are posted and open for registration. Don’t miss your chance to join us! School’s Out Camps are open to children ages 4 and up. Join us for Tiny Homes in November, or don’t miss Reindeer Games and Beginner Beading in December. We also just added a Potions and Slime camp during winter break. Visit the book button or our camps page for more information.  

TEENS & TWEENS NIGHT OUT 

On November 22nd starting at 5:00pm, we are hosting a very special Teens and Tweens night out! Participants can join us for beginner beading with Ms. Kim or an 80s inspired Stranger Things paint night with Mr. Paul. There is something for everyone! For more information, visit the book button below. Bring a friend and reserve your spot today! As always, make sure to dress for the possibility of an art mess. 

Credit and much thanks to Joan Cusick for the photo!

MEET THE MILLERS

 Paul and Lisa Miller have been combining their talents for over 14 years as they raise their 3 boys and spread their love of the arts and teaching with the Memphis community.  They built Easel Town with the purpose of providing unique, high quality fine art instruction for children in an environment that encourages authentic creativity born through problem solving and a willingness to risk mistakes. Their goal is to cultivate a community where the experiences and skills gained through the art process are viewed as important tools for future successes.