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Art Museum of Greater Lafayette

Setting Good Patterns

Anytime is a great time to set helpful habits, whether you are a parent, a student, or an individual ready for a “reset”. We will examine helpful and unhelpful patterns and discuss tips for creating new desirable habits as you consider the unique needs of yourself and your family.

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Setting Good Patterns
Setting Good Patterns

Time & Location

Date and time is TBD

Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, 102 S 10th St, Lafayette, IN 47905, USA

About the Event

During this guided Setting Good Patterns workshop, we will examine the types of habits and patterns that are helpful in making a household run smoothly according to individual needs and routines, whether that be school schedules, care-giving, or "adulting." We will consider factors that contribute to undesirable habits, as well as what we can do to be more successful in continuing good habits.

Participants will be invited to create a tangible reminder of this concept to take home with them.  No previous art experience is necessary!

All supplies will be provided. However, participants may bring favorite pens and/or markers from home if they'd like.

Here are a few important things to note about this workshop:

-If you are a Museum Member and wish to receive the member discount on this class, you MUST register on the museum website, I cannot refund the member discount if you register on my site.

-Free parking is available in the lot to the northeast of the building.

-All materials will be provided. However if you would like, you are welcome to bring your own markers or pens for use during our creative time.

-A full listing of workshops can be found on my website, or by following my FB page,

Creative Intermission Workshops are designed as an intentional "pause" for participants who typically spend much time and energy caring for others--sometimes forgetting the element of self-nurture. These workshops will be a safe place to relax, reflect, and breathe--the emphasis is on having fun and feeding the spirit rather than making a polished finished product.

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