Holiday Wreath Re-Mix class offered in Solana Beach

Most people have ornaments and holiday decorations which are broken, chipped or a bit-too-loved. Sometimes there are just too many fantastic ornaments to place on one tree! Bring those decorations to Re-Gallery for our latest class, Holiday Wreath Re-Mix, and give them new life as a one-of-a-kind, recycled hanging wreath. This is a great family activity to prepare for the holiday season. Gallery founder and instructor Les Corral will provide hands-on instruction, creative ideas and recycled art materials to complement your ornaments.

Holiday Wreath Re-Mix will be held at Re-Gallery on Saturday, Dec. 17, from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. The cost of the class is $25 per student, or $45 for one adult plus one child. To register or for more information, please call 858-259-2001 or email lester@regallery.org. Please RSVP for this class by Thursday, Dec. 15.
Re-Gallery is located at 348H S. Cedros Avenue in the Solana Beach Design District. Visit www.regallery.org.

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