Homestead Arts

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Homestead Arts keeps alive the traditional arts and crafts that are in danger of being forgotten.

Regularly offered classes, for adults or families, to explore and create in the old-fashioned way, by hand!

For a small fee you can make something to take home or give as a gift, and all your supplies and tools are provided. The revenue earned from these classes help support the Singing Creek Educational Center. If you wish to pay for an additional space in the class, we can make that available to someone who would like to go but can’t afford it. If you would like to be on our list for scholarships, please email us at

Classes may be held at different locations: New School in Eugene, the Granary at Singing Creek Center, the Schoolhouse at SCEC, or other locations. So check the class info carefully!

See our events calendar for complete info about each class. (Have a suggestion for a class that you’d like to see? Contact us about tell us all about it.)

Class Lineup:

January: Knitting and Crocheting

February: Tin Can Lanterns

March: Rag Rugs

April: Basket Making with Farmhouse Baskets

May: Felted Placemats


July: The Game of Graces (Victorian ring toss game) July 22- 1pm-3pm

August: Lavender Wands

September: Harvest Wreaths


November: Beeswax Candle Making

December: Winter Wreaths

spinning wheel with children singing creek center


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