Creating quality time for parents and teens

| 29 Sep 2011 | 08:34

    Two for the price of one Milford - Pike County Arts and Crafts is making an offer that many teens and parents won’t want to refuse: Come to Borough Hall to learn from some of best artists in our world-famous Milford arts community how to make stained glass, to draw or sketch live models, or to paint in watercolor. Each session is only three hours long. Bring your teenager to learn with you and he or she is free. Pike County Arts and Crafts’decided to make available this unique opportunity for parents to get together with their teens after the father of a local teenager, an eighth-grade girl, brought her along with him to the stained glass class given at Boro Hall on Saturdays. They were quickly hooked on stained glass making. “Watching him and his artistic daughter learn and work together was inspiring,” said Elizabeth Murphy, who is a student in the class as well as the executive director of Pike County Arts and Crafts. Classes available now for the “Teen-Twofer Offer” are also open to any other area artists, professional and amateur, including brand-new beginners. who join. Boro Hall is located at 109 West Catherine Street. For more information about classes or becoming a member or sponsor or “Arts Associate” of Pike County Arts and Crafts, you can write to or PO Box 371, Milford PA 18337.