TROY — Do you homeschool or know someone who does? The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is pleased to offer two classes to enrich your student’s curriculum that are taught by experienced, talented classroom instructors.

Students in Dawn Flory’s Homeschool Art classes will build a strong art education foundation, through a large variety of mediums and techniques. Students will learn about basic art design principles, as well as be exposed to art history, famous artists, and art styles. Dawn has been teaching at the Hayner Center for over a decade and is most known for instructing Summer Art Camp and the Homeschool Art Program. She graduated from the School of Advertising Art in Kettering, Ohio. Homeschool art classes meet on Fridays. The fee is $9 per student per class.

Beginning Flute class with Instructor Christina Roberts is new to the Hayner Center’s homeschool arts program this fall. Beginning Flute is a 12-week class for students in grades 5–12. This group class will meet on Friday afternoons beginning on September 8th. Students must register for this class by September 1st. Students are required to provide their own flute, stand, and book in addition to the $105 fee. Partial financial assistance is available for students who qualify. The instructor can answer any questions students may have about instruments or books.

Budding flutists in this class will learn proper playing position, tone production, and basic music reading skills. No prior music experience is necessary. The class will conclude with a recital. Christina Roberts has been teaching music for the last 10 years. An alumnus of Ohio State, she has experience teaching all levels of music from beginning band to college conducting courses. Most recently she has served as the band director at Troy Christian Schools. Her primary instrument is the flute, which she regularly performs in her church worship band. Christina holds a Bachelor of Music Education and a Master of Music in Conducting.

For complete class listings including fees, class times, and registration information please see www.troyhayner.org/classes. Don’t wait to register because classes fill up quickly. For those who qualify, partial financial assistance is available for children’s classes.

The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is proudly supported by the citizens of the Troy City School District through a local tax levy and generous gifts to the Friends of Hayner.

Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is located at 301 W. Main St. in Troy. For more information, visit www.troyhayner.org or call (937) 339-0457.

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