Summer Spark Kids
Afternoon session: Get your hands dirty with this hand-building ceramics course.
Learn how to create slabs, coils, and pinch pots out of lumps of clay.
Master each technique and then combine your skills to make creative objects that are functional or decorative!
Summer Spark at Fuller Craft Museum presents four weeks of 4-day, morning or afternoon workshops for kids ages 5 – 11, designed to encourage creativity, experimentation, and self-expression, while introducing children to a variety of craft materials and processes—Small group sizes ensure that students stay safe and engaged—New projects each week, no repeats!
Supervised Lunch: Students under the age of 14 must be supervised at all times while in the Museum, therefore if you are registered for both a morning and afternoon session, you are required to register for Supervised Lunch (on a separate form that will be emailed to you).
Summer SPARK faculty will escort your child directly from their morning session to the lunch location to eat with and entertain your child.
After lunch, children will be brought to their afternoon class.
Children must bring their own nut-free lunches.
Lunch is not provided.
Morning session: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Afternoon session: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Please note that registration for Summer Spark ends at 12 pm the Friday before the session is scheduled to start.
Registration Fee (per child, per session): $125 Members / $175 Nonmembers
455 Oak St., Brockton, MA, 02301 map
Getting to Fuller Craft Museum is simple. We are located three minutes off Route 24. We are one exit past IKEA if you’re going South on 24. Stop by and visit us on the way to or from the Cape.
From Route 128, 495 or 93 to Route 24:
Take Route 24 to Exit 18B, Route 27 North (Stoughton).
Take a right at the third light onto Oak Street.
The Museum is one mile down on the left.
By Public Transportation:
Take the Commuter Rail, Middleboro/Lakeville line to Brockton station, or take Brockton Area Transit (BAT) Bus #12 from Ashmont Station to Brockton station.
Then take Brockton Area Transit (BAT) Bus #4A to the Museum (request stop).
Look for the large green sign on the right.
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