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Those early release days are coming. The Arts Council of Lake Oswego has the perfect remedy. Read on.

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Back by popular demand are the Family Art Making events hosted by the Arts Council of Lake Oswego.

This popular program is offered free to the public with a suggested donation to cover supplies.

Children ages 5 to 12 are invited to participate in new art experiences on selected dates from 2-4 p.m. The schedule coincides with Lake Oswego School District early release days, giving students alternatives for after school activities.

The schedule includes:

Thursday, Oct. 24 — Day of the Dead Skull Art

Thursday, Dec. 10 — Spiral cut Chandeliers inspired by artist Dale Chihuly

Thursday, Jan. 16 — Exploration of pattern and texture

Thursday, Feb. 20 — Pointillism inspired by artist George Seurat

Thursday, March 26 — Imagination Station, changing paper with scoring, curling and plaiting paper

Thursday, April 30 — Intro to block printing

Thursday, May 28 — Creating puzzles, jigsaw and 9-piece square puzzles.

"We are excited to have Family Art Making available to the community," said Nicole Nathan, executive director of the Arts Council. "It features specialized projects designed for parents and children to participate in. We encourage families to utilize the drop-in format for an afternoon of family fun."

The Family Art Making events are held at the Arts Council's ARTspace, 510 First St. Visit or call 503-675-3738.

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