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This week-long camp is open to kids ages 7-14 with all levels of experience. They will create crazy creatures and learn how to sculpt functional ceramic pieces as well as how to decorate using glazes.
Dates: March 13 – 17
Cancellations will only be accepted 7 days before class begins. No refund will be issued after the classes have begun.
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111 Queen's Park
Canada, M5S 2C7