REGISTer today!

To register for a class click on the class name or session title. Completing the class registration page will create a shopping cart so you can continue to register for as many classes as you like! If you’re a Guild member, don’t forget to register and sign in to receive your 10% class discount on other classes. If you’re having trouble with registering for a class, please visit the  How to Register for Classes Online page for more information and frequently asked questions.


Did you miss one of these classes or want to take it again? Let us know! Email Education and Volunteer Manager Megan Proft at with class requests or ideas – we do our best to offer what our community wants!


ONLINE CLASS! Enjoy your summer with messy hands and lots of creative imagination! You will be guided to create whatever you can dream up using slab and coil hand-building techniques. Whether it is making a present for a parent or friend, or making decorations for your room, you will be free to explore your creativity. Register for one session or for all sessions to keep up the fun! Entering grades K to 5. Instructor: Melissa Henning


ONLINE CLASS! Get to know the ins and outs of the ceramic world. You will be introduced to the fundamentals of creating pottery through a blend of guided projects and individual work time. Instruction on basic wheel throwing techniques, the pulling of handles, decorating and glazing will be provided. You will understand the processes involved in turning a simple lump of clay into a piece of unique, functional art! Entering grades 6 to 8. Instructor: Melissa Henning


If you’ve always wanted to try your hand at clay but could never fit it in your school schedule, this is the class for you! Explore and learn hand building and wheel throwing techniques. You’ll be encouraged to try new and exciting projects of your choice. The instructor will help guide you in creating successful projects to keep! Entering grades 9 to 12. Instructor: Melissa Henning

2019-20 Education programs sponsored by

Northfield News logo