Edmond parks department offers holiday classes
The Edmond Parks and Recreation Department will offer holiday-themed classes for children throughout the month of December.
EDMOND — Classes for the holidays are being offered by the Edmond Parks and Recreation Department through the month of December.
Children can make Christmas tree ornaments in classes for preschoolers and for children between ages 6 and 12. Each child will make two ornaments to take home.
Preschoolers are offered a variety of classes such as a fabric collage Christmas tree shirt, a giant snowman or a holiday art class where they can make an elf, snowman, reindeer or Santa Claus out of toilet paper rolls.
For families who could use some help with holiday stress, University of Central Oklahoma professor Lisa Palmer will teach students 13 and older about conflict resolution.
There also will be classes on bullying awareness and prevention for teens and youth, random acts of kindness and dressing for success.
For a class schedule, go to www.edmondok.com.
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