Creative classes for kids
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BENNINGTON- Fiddlehead at Four Corners is announcing four fun and creative classes for kids during winter break. Classes run December 21, 22, 23, 26, and 27.

Clay, Coffee and Cocoa: Accompany a child in this fun exploration of clay. Each class will have a different group project, but also plenty of time for parents and kids to create, experiment, and explore at their own pace. $60 for the class. Ages 4 to 7. From 9 to 10:15 am.

LEGO Architecture: Build amazing skyscrapers, castles, hotels, and anything else one can imagine. Participants will be using the LEGO Architecture Series, as well as a collection of thousands of Lego bricks to build awesome structures and learn about architecture. $60 for the class. Ages 6 to 9. From 1 to 2:15 pm.

LEGO Star Wars: Join fellow Star Wars fanatics for five evenings of creative and challenging LEGO Star Wars projects. Build the Millennium Falcon, Sith Interceptor, R2-D2, and more. $100. Ages 9 to 14. From 6:45 to 8:45 pm.

Cupcake Academy International: Design and decorate the most amazing cupcakes from countries around the world. Each day will focus on a different country or region theme culminating in a large, table-sized cupcake sculpture on the last class. $60 for the class. Ages 8 to 14. From 3 to 4:15 pm.

For more information and questions call (802) 447-1000, or stop by Fiddlehead, 338 Main Street.
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