"StoryTellers"

I will be teaching this doll  workshop in my Belmar, NJ studio  May 20th from 10:00-5:00. The price is  $125 for the day and that includes almost all of the supplies (minus a few small items). We will be working with paper clay and a few other objects to create a hanging doll. She can look as rustic as mine or be totally different. Its the process we are learning! The workshop will be held at 908 Main Street in Belmar, NJ. Suggested parking is at the train station area that flows into the Dollar store parking area as well. From there its a quick walk to Main Street. Cross Main Street, turn left at Taylor hardware and I am to the left of Glory Nails (we share the same address). Bring a bag lunch or walk around Main to the Chinese restaurant, Surf Taco, pizza or there are a few deli places as well.  I will have water to drink, so bring your own soda or ice tea as preferred. Please email me at keeshagirl4@aol.com or message me on facebook with any other questions. Once your seat has been reserved, there are no refunds but funds can be applied to a future workshop with the same fee. Seating is limited.  Supply list to be mailed out after payment is received. No rolling carts for your supplies, only what can fit in a shoebox and can sit on your desk is recommended. 

Lodging suggestions: local towns to search for lodging are Belmar, Avon, Spring Lake, Bradley Beach, Asbury Park or Ocean Grove. These are all quite close to my studio and will be in the range of motels, Inns or B&B's. In Neptune, NJ , a little further away, you can find a brand new Holiday Inn Express. 

The address for GPS destination is 831 Belmar Plaza, Belmar, NJ. This takes you to Family Dollar and is where you need to park. From there, walk towards the shops on Main Street (away from train station). Cross the street. On the right corner, is Taylor Hardware. I am to the left of them; past the Chinese restaurant and Glory Nails. Me and Glory Nails share the same address, 908 Main Street. Look for the colorful  artsy window.

Students dolls from March workshop