People First and Special Friends had a busy week. It began with an Art Project at Flathead High School. The Art Club provided a great Christmas Card designing project. Everyone had a wonderful time and took home some very unique Christmas Cards. Next was the Christmas Party. A lot of fantastic food, a gift exchange, and a great time visiting … Continue Reading →
People First and Special Friends Advocacy had a wonderful Painting Class with Raette at her Tipsy Brush Studio. Raette has the ability to bring out the creative side of all the painters. The winter scene they painted was a beautiful piece of art.
People First and Special Friends are having their Annual Christmas Wreath Sale. The wreaths are locally made in Fortine, MT and cost $20. The purchase of a wreath helps support our activities in the community. Wreaths may be ordered by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 406-755-1311.
The second painting class with Tipsy Brush the People First Group partnered up with Summit Independent Living Group. The class painted stained glass window project using a various colors. The group enjoyed their individual creations.
Night to Shine was held February 8th; here are some of the highlites from People First Group
This is the second year Tipsy Brush has held Art/Painting Classes at the Gateway Community Center. The first year our group learned basics of painting: the primary colors and how to create secondary colors. This years’ classes are going to teach perspective on the canvas and how to create depth in painting. In this class the group created a landscape … Continue Reading →
On December 20th People First had its Christmas Party at the Gateway Community Center. It was a potluck affair and gift exchange. Special Friends and People First wish everyone Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year!
On December 17th the People First Group took a Christmas Light Trolley Tour to see how different house decorations around Kalispell.
November 17th was the day all the non-profit agencies at the Gateway Community Center decorate their tree for the holiday season. After getting the decorations our crew took pictures of the final result.
On October 18th Special Friends had its annual picnic at the Gateway Community Centers’ Food Court. There was a very good turn out, around thirty-five people showed up to enjoy the activity. Hamburgers, hotdogs, and chicken were provided as well as side dishes everyone brought to the event.