Community Art Project
Sewing: Light-up Backpacks
The Workshop is The Works Museum’s new creative space for families.
Whether you’ve got a young maker in your home who likes sewing, building, art, carpentry, and making in general or are looking for a great weekend family activity, classes in The Workshop are for you. Enjoy quality time together, learn a new skill (or enjoy using a favorite talent), and make a project to take home.
Upcoming Classes in The Workshop, ages 9 and up.
Whether you’re seeking quality time with your tween or teen, or some unplugged time for your kids, these classes for kids or grown-up/child pairs
are for you.
Our Fall and Winter Break classes have concluded but please check back for new classes in the Workshop this Spring and Summer.
Policies/FAQs for The Workshop:
- 10 or more days before class start date, 50% of the class fee will be refunded OR you can receive a voucher for the full amount to be used for future classes.
- 5-10 days before class start date, you will receive a voucher for the full amount to be used for future classes.
- 5, or fewer, days before class start date, no refunds or vouchers will be issued.
- If we must cancel a class due to low enrollment or other circumstances, we will refund your registration in full.
Questions about classes in The Workshop? Please contact email@example.com.
Can my child attend on their own? Some classes require an adult/child pair. Other classes are suitable for kids to take without an adult; however, an adult must stay on site for the duration of the class. Check the class description for the class you are interested in to see if it requires an adult/child pair.
Can I just watch my child take the class? If it’s a class that children can take without an adult, you are welcome to observe the class from outside the glass gate.
We love all the hands-on items! These stations are great. Love the ability for all learning levels to benefit.
Had a wonderful experience. Thank you for providing education and science in such a fun format!
I did the class while my child was in camp. 🙂 I was happily surprised to realize I was sewing a backpack from scratch. Instructors were great with options and suggestions.
The maker space is great. We spent our entire visit making origami lanterns and pieces for the mural.