In this one-day workshop, you will sew a simple cloth puppet at Big Oak Canyon with Earthroots instructor, Ms. Raz.
Slowing down and doing useful, repetitive movements with your hands is a fun and healthy way to relax the mind and body. Use your imagination and make your creation come alive.
Once the puppet is complete, you may choose to further embellish your puppet. Raz will give oral and written recommendations on how to add facial features and clothes. All materials to complete one stringed puppet will be included.
DIY Marionette – Materials Included
- Pre-cut fabric pieces for two arms, two legs, a head and one body.
- Wool stuffing
- Hand control sticks
- Colored embroidery floss for eyes, nose and mouth
- Written Instructions
Thursday, July 15th
(Thursday, June 17th is no longer available)
In person & outdoors at Big Oak Canyon.
State Covid-19 protocols will be followed for all in-person events.
8 and up (open to children & teens)
Participants may be dropped off, or, due to COVID-19, only one supervising adult may attend with the registered participant. No unregistered children or siblings may attend. Masks and distancing protocols will be adhered to at all times.
$75 per person, 12 participants max
For questions, contact [email protected]
Registration deadline: One week prior to class date
All workshops require minimum participant enrollment to run. Camps that do not meet the minimum enrollment will be canceled.
Earthroots is committed to creating nature connection opportunities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) participants. We are offering two full BIPOC Scholarships for this program.
It is Earthroots Field School’s policy and pleasure to make scholarship space available in its programs for those in need.
The deadline to apply for all scholarships is 30 days prior to the start of class.
About the Instructor
Raz Allen teaches Forest Kindergarten and Homeschool Field Class at Earthroots Field School. She fell in love with Earthroots programs when her then 8-year-old joined a wilderness survival class. Starting first as a class participant, to volunteer and now as a staff member. She loves sharing her love of nature-connection and the traditions of the local Native peoples that were the first stewards and wisdom of Orange County.