Manteca Senior Center,
From The Page (May, 2003):
It's that time of the year again!! So get out your pens and brushes and join us for a fun day of scribing and illuminating. We'll have a little something for everybody; simple hands for beginning calligraphers, some intermediate brush exercises, a great class on white lining and brush accents, and a " for sure" bit of gold leafing you can try your hand at. We'll also have a scroll pre-print assembly line going on in the afternoon. So come on out and hang out with the "Few, the Proud, the Ink-stained."
There will be a short break for a pot luck lunch/brunch around 2 pm-ish. So if you want to potluck, please your own drinks and a cold dish to share. Because we are artists and not dish-washers, paper plates, paper napkins, and plastic utensils will be provided. Hall opens at 10 AM, first class starts at 11AM... closes about 6 PM (more or less)
Autocrat: Siranna of Hawthorn Hall (contact info omitted).
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