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SA Previews: SA Workshops

January 28, 2021

With the start of the spring semester comes the excitement for the SA workshop series. We are bringing you guys five brand new workshops! You’ll be able to access two of these virtually through our IGTV. If you don’t follow us on Instagram yet and want to see these, you can follow us @libertysa. We will also be hosting three in-person workshops as well. Below is a little sneak peak of what to expect at these workshops, and what you can learn by participating in them.

Crepe Making

If you’re like me, crepes are one of those things I have always wanted to learn how to make, but are too intimidating for me to try. No need to fear anymore, since with this workshop, Chelsea, owner of Batter Bar, will show you how to make some amazing crepes and help put all those worries to rest. You can check this out on IGTV on February 11th at 9 p.m. to watch while putting your culinary skills to the test!

Candle Pouring

Candle Pouring will be our first in-person workshop on February 25th at 7 p.m. We’re partnering with Hill and River Collection candles to bring you this fun and aromatic time. Participants will get to take home two soy wax candles that you will make yourself! Registration opens on February 5th and costs $10.

Floral Arranging

This workshop will teach you the basics to floral design, and you’ll get to design your own bouquet to take home. This will all be taught by the owner of the Hip Tulip and take place at 7 p.m. on March 11. You can register on February 19th for $10!

Wood Carving

Our second virtual workshop will be with local wood carving enthusiast, Justin Smith, who will teach you how to make something you could use every day – a spoon! By watching this, you will learn the process of carving a wooden spoon from start to finish and how to do so safely. Tune in on April 15th at 9 p.m. to participate!

Fly Tying

To wrap up the workshop series, we will be partnering with Taletellers Fly Shop to teach how to make two different fly ties which you will get to take home after the event. Our friends over at the Hydaway Outdoor Center will also be there to talk about the fishability of Hydaway Lake. You can register for this on April 2nd!

We hope that you join us for a least one of these workshops this semester to pick up a new skill. For more information about each workshop, check out our website or email us with any questions.


Written by: Andrew Reynolds 

Andrew Reynolds is a Senior Project Management Major, and enjoys writing for the blog because of the opportunity it gives him to grow as a writer and to challenge himself to see current topics and discussions from a view point he may not have otherwise thought about.