Decorate a mask and learn about insects that wear disguises!

By Heather Andrews

In the spirit of Halloween we will be learning all about insects that wear disguises to blend in or stand out. Did you know that some insects actually cover themselves with leaves, twigs or even poop to hide from predators?

After learning about these creative creatures we will decorate Halloween masks. We will have all kinds of supplies, so let your creativity run free! Students will also receive several beautiful illustrations that they will get to take home and decorate. 

Cost: $40

Date and time: 6:30-8pm Wednesday October 26

This class is for ages 6 and up 

We will have 13 spots available, and parents are welcome to join their children.

Please follow this link to sign up for the class:

About the instructor: Heather Andrews is a research entomologist at Oregon State University.  She works at a university extension office in Aurora where she studies growing practices in orchard crops that minimize their negative impact on the environment while maximizing yield.  In her free time Heather makes jewelry, draws and also plays the harp.

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