Our final Cabin Fever event of 2021
This Saturday, December 11
Aromatherapy for Diffusers and Personal Health
Emulate Natural Care Wellness Center
2:00 - 3:30 pm

For thousands of years, Aromatherapy has been used for improving health and mental wellness. Whether for elevating the immune system, improving breathing or coughs, improving mood and positive mindedness or reducing stress, Aromatherapy is effective and safe for the whole family. Now as the holidays creep closer and stresses can climb - take an afternoon out to relax, learn more about this fascinating science, how essential oils are created, and take home the perfect aromatherapy just for you.

You will complete your own personalized Aromatherapy with a formula card of contents in a dropper bottle.

Julie Stauts is owner of Emulate Natural Care. Julie started Emulate in 2002, and has spent the past 20 years working with intuitive healing and applications of wild healing herbs and flowers from Idaho. Her company, Emulate Natural Care creates products for leading spas throughout the U.S. and Mexico, and she has received several awards for her formulas and business accomplishments.

Masks are optional. Social distancing will be applied when needed, and hand sanitizer is supplied

Come see the final performances of The Daughter of St Nicholas

Looking for something fun and bright for the kids
over the second week of winter break?

Give them to Linda for a week. 

She knows what to do.
Musical Theater Workshop with Linda Moyer

On Your Mark!
Music by Aaron Kenny, book and lyrics by Danny K. Bernstein
December 27 - December 31
Ages 7-12
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
At CUB Auxiliary, 409 S. Third Street, McCall

Showcase performance for family on December 31st at 12:00 pm

Read more and register here.
Cabin Fever 2022 First Week

Wednesday and Friday, January 5 and 7
Crochet Fingerless Mitts
| Keep Me In Stitches | 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Lynda Vrgora

Learn to crochet the clever fingerless mittens in Lynda's cozy downtown studio. Students should have basic crochet skills. All supplies will be provided, including yarn and a crochet hook to take home.

Thursdays, January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 3
Claiming Our Stories: A Generative Class on Writing Your Life |
Venue TBA | 3:00 - 5:00 pm
CMarie Fuhrman, Idaho Writer in Residence

How do you tell the story of your life? How do you convey truths in stories whose exact details are forgotten? Where do you even begin? Draw on what is deepest in you to write the stories you have always wanted to express, locate the narrators of your life, flesh out some of the other voices that inhabit your memory and imagination, and find the structure of your telling.

Thursdays, January 6, 13, 20, 27
Become a YouTube Producer
| McCall College | 6:30 - 8:15 pm
Dr. L. Bryan and Nettie K. Williams

Become a capable producer of content for YouTube. Need to fix something? Check YouTube. Need a new skill? YouTube. Now it’s your turn, and we’ll teach you how to create quality videos.
Read more and register for all classes here.
Invitation to Artists
Conserving the Heart of Idaho Heart Sculpture Artwork
Deadline for Application: Friday, December 31st, 2021
Award: $300

The Payette Land Trust invites artist submissions for the 1st annual Conserve the Heart of Idaho heart art project. The selected artist will paint/decorate an existing fiberglass heart sculpture to be displayed at multiple indoor and outdoor locations in and around McCall.
The theme is “Conserving the Heart of Idaho.” Proposals are welcome that showcase Payette Land Trust's mission and engage, educate, and inspire the community. Click here for more information.

Call to Artists: McCall Public Library Integrated Artwork
Deadline for Applications: Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Budget: $60,000

The City of McCall and McCall Public Library Board are seeking an artist or artist-team, 18 years or older and living within Idaho or one of its contiguous states, to work with designers and construction contractors to design, fabricate, and install artwork as a unique integrated or functional aspect of the upcoming 12,000 sq. ft. McCall Public Library Expansion Project. More details and application instructions can be found here:  Call to Artists - McCall Public Library Integrated Artwork.pdf 
Thank you for your continued presence and support.    

To All Things Bold and Imaginative,
Renée Silvus, Board Chair and Acting Director
Dawn Kolden, Artistic and Education Director
Trinity Nash, Development and Communications

Perry Hedin, Board Vice-Chair
Ellen Ganz, Board Treasurer

Anissa Rooney, Board Member
P.S. Help support our expanding winter programs.

Cabin Fever
Children's Theatre
Creative Campus
Heritage Series

Which one is your favorite? Where are you most likely to participate?

We can offer these vibrant and unique programs because we have artists, historians, educators, experts, audiences, participants, and donors. It takes us all.

We are committed to providing scholarships for children and affordable events for everyone. We believe in paying artists and actively promote this ethic with other local and regional arts organizations.

The financial support of our community makes this possible.  We provide several ways for your giving~

A monthly recurring donation. Annual gifts.
Occasional giving when your budget allows.

Click here for our donation page.

As always, we also appreciate checks in the mail. Our office hours are every Friday from 11am to 1pm at CUB—perfect opportunity to see us in person and share your ideas.

Contact us if you are a business wishing to create a personalized sponsorship.
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