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Sheep Needle felting class
Honoring the animal that gives us our raw material …Sheep Class – some of a different color!! Making sheep with traditional colors. Learning to use locks, and for the non beginner perhaps using some different supplies for legs…. Class is good for beginners and more advanced students too. $60 fee includes all supplies and materials. Contact FENCE to register--828-859-9021 or info@fence.org
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Family, Holiday Concert
Join the Quatrophonics Saxophone Quartet for their Holiday Concert at FENCE. "The Quatrophonics" saxophone quartet has the perfect blend of smooth sounds and rich harmonies with their eclectic mix of classic jazz and pop from around the globe. Members Stan Widener on soprano and alto, Gary Livingston on alto, Dave Johnson on tenor and Jim Litzie on bari, all lifelong musicians, have been pleasing audiences in the Carolinas since 2011. This event is free and open to the public. Thanks to the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation for making this event possible.
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Family Concert with the Treblemakers
Genre bending and blending, The Treblemakers take familiar tunes and serve them up with a twist. Take a musical journey, from Bossa Nova to Celtic to Baroque to Rock 'n Roll to New Age, all without leaving your seat. What the three women of the The Treblemakers have in common is their love of playing music together, their curiosity about every kind of music, and their willingness to explore and arrange for their instruments, which include guitars, melodicas, and assorted synthesizers.
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Nature Presentation with Jim Welch
Jim Welch, former host of the public television series NatureScene returns to FENCE on Saturday, November 2nd at 11am. Jim will share stories and experiences of his 20 year adventure in the natural areas of all 50 states and around the world. From close up encounters with bears, bison, elk, moose, and snakes to the quiet observations of birds and butterflies, the program should bring all a more intense appreciation of Nature. From the Blue Ridge of the Carolinas to the oldest and deepest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Baikal in Siberia, the adventures should impart a greater appreciation of our natural world and all that is in it.
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Rain or shine! Celebrate Fall at FENCE
This family event will include fun activities for all ages as well as free food! Activities include live music, face painting, live animal encounters, art and nature demonstrations, and much more. The event is made possible by the Kirby Endowment at Polk County Community Foundation.
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Family Concert with Blissing Trio
“Blissing”, a women’s acapella trio, Experienced singers who have an ear for good vocal production and blend, the women of Blissing cover a range of genres, impressing their audiences with the harmonies of well- known standards and their own original arrangements.
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Needle felted pumpkin class
Talented needle felting artist, Irene Heckel, will teach the ever popular fall class--needle felted Pumpkins! This wonderful art project will make a great addition to your fall decorations at home.
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FENCE Closed
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FENCE Closed
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Summer Day Camp Wrap Up
As the season winds down, FENCE looks back fondly on the sun filled days spent in our Summer Day Camps. Our days were brightened with the magic of face paint and cold watermelon slices, colorful tye dye and songs. Our campers traveled to new realms alongside a storyteller, traversed our trails in search of treasure on a pirate themed hike, wore the many hats of a park ranger, and created masterpieces with local artists. We dressed like a beekeeper and explored a bee hive, made strawberry jam from scratch and met many new animal friends.

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