ELKHART — First Presbyterian Church presents a workshop on Pyansky — the artwork of Ukrainian egg ornament — from 2 to five p.m. March 12 at 200 E. Beardsley Ave.
Pastor Sally Wicks has practiced the traditional artwork of Ukrainian Easter egg ornament for years.
In a press launch, she stated, “The egg adorning is finished on uncooked eggs with metallic tipped styluses warmed by candle flame and dipped in beeswax. The designs are then drawn on the eggs and dipped in successive dyes to create a really extraordinary egg.”
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Attendees ought to convey a comfortable hand towel or kitchen towel to cradle and defend the egg and a small padded field or egg carton during which to move the egg house.
Particular snacks and Ukrainian treats will probably be accessible, and donations will probably be accepted for assist for Ukrainian refugees and conflict victims and assist to Syria and Turkey earthquake victims.
Admission is free.
Attendance is proscribed to 100 contributors and is open to kids, youth and adults.
Make reservations by calling 574-264-5309 or emailing [email protected]
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