We're still a ways from being out of the woods so to speak with winter, and it seems like the February period is a tough run to get through even though it's a short month.  COVID-19 has of course limited many activities and options for something to do other than watch Netflix can be tough to find, especially if you're not an outdoors type person.

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We have the internet though, so that has left the door open for more online options for various classes to participate in, and many are free.  The Duluth Art Institute is hosting a class on Zoom that is not only free, art lovers of all ages can participate in it.

It takes place on Saturday, February 20th from 11:00-12:30PM.  The class will include two unique art making opportunities and one that leaves things open for you to let those creative juices flow.  The first activity will be called "Creative Crowns, and will be hosted by Allison Aune.  The second one, "Movement Activity" will be hosted by Annie Roseen.  They haven't announced the third one yet, so that will be the mystery part of the class.

While the free class is open for all ages to participate in, younger people may need some help and guidance from an adult.  It's a great opportunity to learn from some very experienced artists, and it gives you something to do inside when the weather isn't the greatest outside.  You can get more information on this and other Duluth Art Institute events HERE.

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