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two ways to earn high school units in fine arts or electives
ongoing classes (students keep a log-every 15 hours = 1 unit)
or
two-day classes (must attend both days - 8 am to4 pm = 1 unit)

two ways to earn high school units in fine arts or electives
ongoing classes (students keep a log-every 15 hours = 1 unit)
or
two-day classes (must attend both days - 8 am to4 pm = 1 unit)

Ongoing classes (for all students and families and students wanting high school units in Fine Arts) are:
6 to 8 pm
class size is limited - pre-registration required
@ Marysville Youth and Civic Center, 1830 B Street, Marysville.
High School students are FREE
Call 530-749-6196 to enroll.
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**Two-Day classes (15 hours) = 1 HS Credit in Fine Arts or Elective classes
Students can keep a log.
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Summer-Fall 2022--- THURSDAYS 
     July 21     Food Preservation Part 1 - Food Sealer Machine
     July 28     Food Preservation Part 2 - Storing in Buckets
     Aug 04     Food Preservation Part 3 - Packing in Salt or Lime
     Aug 11     Food Preservation Part 4 - Water Bath Canning
     Aug 18     Food Preservation Part 5 - Pressure Canning
     Aug 25     Food Preservation Part 6 - Dehydrating Food - old ways and new
     Sept 01    Food Preparation Part 1 - Making Jam and Jelly
     Sept 08    Food Preparation Part 2 - Making Bread in 2 Hours
     Sept 15    Food Preparation Part 3 - Making Power Bars
     Sept 22    Food Preparation Part 4 - Making Butter old way and new way
     Sept 29    Food Preparation Part 5 - Native Foods Diet
     Oct 06     Clothing Part 1 - Tie Dye T-Shirts
     Oct 13     Clothing Part 2 - Air Brush Painting #1 - Large scale medium
     Oct 20     Clothing Part 3 - Air Brush Painting #2 -  Small scale medium (shirts)
     Oct 27     Clothing Part 4 - Air Brush Painting #3 - Tiny scale medium (hats)
     Nov 03     Clothign Part 5 - Introto Natural Fibers - Tule Hats
 
Summer-Fall 2022 --- MONDAYS
<Level 1 - Ages 6 to Adult>
<Level 2 - Ages 10 to Adult>
<Level 3 - Ages 12 to Adult>
<Level 4 - Ages 12 to Adult>
     July 18     Level 1 Beading Animals - Pony Beads
     July 25     Level 2 Beading Animals - Size 8 Beads
     Aug 01     Level 3 Beading 3-d Animals
     Aug 08     Level 1 Jewelry Making - Triangle Earrings
     Aug 15     Level 2 Jewelry Making - Diamond Earrings
     Aug 22     Level 3 Jewelry Making - Beaded Chandelier Earrings
     Aug 29     Level 1 Jewelry Making - Beaded Hoop Earrings - Simple design
     Sept 05    NO CLASS - LABOR DAY
     Sept 12    Level 2 Jewerlry Making - Beaded Hoop Earrings - Beaded Technique added
     Sept 19    Level 3 Jewerly Making - Beaded Hoop Earring - Beaded Technique and dangles
     Sept 26    Level 4 Jewerly Making - Multi Color Beaded Flower
     Oct 03     Level 3 Jewerly Making - Daisy Chain Bracelet
     Oct 10     Level 4 Jewelry Making - Diamond Chain Bracelet
     Oct 17     Level 4 Jewelry Making - Long Beaded Earrings using hand-made jump rings.
     Oct 24     Level 4 Jewelry Making - Loom Beaded Bracelet
     Oct 31     NO CLASS - HAPPY HALLOWEEN
 
 
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Archery Program
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS ONLY
2 sessions
3:30 to 4:30 pm -- open to area students --- FREE
5 to 7:30 pm -- open to community --- $5 per adult, $2.50 per student
@ Marysville Youth and Community Center
1830 B Street, Marysville, CA
See Archery Program tab
 
 
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Monday Night Dance or Drum.
6 to 7:30 pm -- open to community 
@ Marysville Youth and Community Center
1830 B Street, Marysville, CA
 
 
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**Two-Day classes (15 hours) = 1 HS Credit in Fine Arts or Elective classes
 
All classes are held at the American Indian Education Office:
9 am to 4 pm - must attend both days to complete unit
4850 Olivehurst Avenue
Olivehurst, CA 95961
gate open at corner of 8th and Olivehurst Avenues
   
Students are currently in the process of choosing their topics for 22-23 school year.
 
                                    High School classes will be scheduled when there are District break times:
                                    Breakfast and Lunch will be provided
 
                                                Labor Day Weekend
                                                October 22-23
                                                November – 19-23  Sat to Wed beforeThanksgiving
                                                December – 17-30 Christmas Break
                                                January – 14-16 Martin Luther King Day
                                                February 19-26 (not Feb 18 because it is our Pow Wow Workshop)
                                                April – 7-16 Spring Break
 
Topics include:--------------------------------------------------------------
Flintknapping
Gathering Obsidian Field Trip
Hide Tanning
Painting a Mural
Abalone Shell Jewelry
Silversmithing without torches
Silversmithing with torches
T-Shirts and more – design using silkscreening
T-Shirts and more - design using cricut
T-Shirts and more – design using air brush
Learn to Bead – brick stitch
Learn to Bead - peyote stitch
Learn to Bead - loom beading
Learn to Bead - lazy stitch
Basketry
Dreamcatchers
Wood burning Projects
Leather Projects
Moccasins
American Indian Games - making handgames and/or learn to play LaCrosse
Storytelling
Making fry bread or other foods
Gourd Projects
Dreamcatchers
Making a Handdrum
Clay Processing from Local Materials
Making Clay Projects
Making a Flute
 
Classes offered in 2021-22
NOV   4 Preparing to Make SOAP
NOV 11 Making Soap Traditional Way
NOV 18 Soap The Modern Natural Way
DEC   2 Making Shampoo/Lotion/Brush
DEC   9 Heat, Light, Solar Oven
DEC 16 Making Candles Traditional Way
DEC 23 Working With Gourds
DEC 30 Soapstone Carving
JAN   6 Acorns As Food
JAN 13 Basketry - Coil Method
JAN 20 Basketry - Plaiting Method
JAN 27 Basketry - Twininig Method
 
Spring ---MONDAYS
FEB 7 LEARN HOW TO DRAW - PORTRAITS
FEB 14 LEARN HOW TO DRAW - ANIME
FEB 21 LEARN HOW TO DRAW - ANIMALS AND CARTOONS
FEB 28 LEARN HOW TO DRAW - LANDSCAPE
MAR 7 CRICUT PART 1
MAR 14 CRICUT PART 2
MAR 21 LEARN HOW TO PAINT - DRY PASTELS
MAR 28 NO CLASS
APRL 4 LEARN HOW TO PAIN5 - WATERCOLOR
APR 11 LEARN HOW TO PAINT - ACRYLICS
APR 18 LEARN HOW TO PAINT - OILS
APR 25 FINGERWEAVING
 
Spring ---- THURSDAYS
FEB 3  FLINTNAPPING
FEB 10 MAKIND ATLATLS AND DARTS
FEB 17 MAKING CORDAGE
FEB 24 FIRE MAKING
MAR 3  WATER TESING AND PURIFICATION
MAR 10 CLAY PART 1
MAR 17 CLAY PART 2
MAR 24 CLAY PART 3
MAR 31 CLAY PART 4
 
November 22-23 - MAKING CEDAR FLUTES
December 20-21 - GOURDS NATURE'S BOWLS
December 28-29 - STONE CARVING
January 15-16 - BASKETRY
FEB 14-15 (Monday-Tuesday) - ABALONE SHELL JEWELRY
FEB 16-17 (Wednesday-Thursday) - SILVERSMITHING WITH LUCKY PRESTON
MAR 19 -20 (Saturday-Suday) - T-SHIRTS AND MORE
APR 9-10 (Saturday-Sunday) - DREAMCATCHERS Including 3-ring
APR 12-13 (Tuesday-Wednesday) - BEADING BRICK STITCH
 
Breakfast and Lunch is provided
 
 
 
Classes
2022-2023
 

Classes
2022-2023
 

Craft Classes summer fall 2022
 
TEK Summer Fall 2022
 
 
 

2021-22

 
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