Art can portray the world's most complex subjects: the passion of love, the horrors of war, and the despair of fruit waiting to be eaten. Hold a mirror to nature with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for four weeks of Dazzle Art classes for one child (a $100 value)
- $89 for four weeks of Dazzle Art classes for two children (a $200 value)
- $79 for eight weeks of Dazzle Art classes for one child (a $200 value)
- $149 for eight weeks of Dazzle Art classes for two children (a $400 value)
The spring session will feature a selection of Dazzle Art Classes. Dazzle Art at Little Rascals Place offers a total of 17 art classes on a rotating basis, including Drama Kids, Painting 101, Messy Mayhem, and Wizarding School, during which kids can make chocolate frogs and papier-mâché brooms. Each session features weekly one-hour classes and includes playtime before and after each class so kids can make new friends and enjoy their art projects. A list of events can be found here.
Groupon customers will also receive 15% off future Buckwheat and Princess Maryann party packages or summer camp—if booked before May 20.
Little Rascals Place
No matter what stimulates them, kids' imaginations get fired up at Little Rascals Place. Here, they engage in all kinds of events including birthday parties, summer camps, or after-school programs to enrich their minds and creativity. Parents will find their little ones constructing fantastical structures with the centre's seemingly endless supply of Legos, painting portraits, or building motorized robots with the centre's tools. Art and drama sessions such as sketching/cartooning and painting technique let burgeoning artists explore different mediums, while Drama 4 Kids engages them in role playing challenges to introduce them to topical issues, such as bullying. During the after-school builder's club, kids create original, motorized Lego models to help them better understand the principles of robotics and science. Those who have energy to burn dive into ball pits, climb multi-level playground structures, and tumble through padded tunnels.