Welcome to Youth Programs at BARN

Create Your Custom Summer at BARN!

Choose from a palette of classes in different Studios to make your own custom summer experience. Students ages 8 to 18 are welcome (please see specific age ranges beside class titles).  Contact Julie Leung at julie@bainbridgebarn.org or 206-842-4475 x 221 if you would like assistance with creating a full-day combination.

Electronic and Technical Arts:

Sew Electric Camp (ages 9 – 12)

 

Jewelry and Fine Metals:

Charm Pendant Necklace (ages 8 and up)

Beaded Memory Bracelet (ages 8 and up)

Stamped Cuff Bracelet (ages 8 and up)

 

Kitchen Arts:

Cooking Around the World (ages 8 – 11)

Cooking Around the World (ages 12 – 15)

 

Metal Arts

4 different half-day classes each day during the week of July 23 – 27. These classes are not consecutive and can be taken in any order or as many as desired. All Metal Arts classes are for ages 14- 18. The classes posted below are the ones with space available.

Introduction to Welding July 23

Introduction to Welding July 24

Hand Held Plasma Cutting July 25

Make a Spinning Top in the Machine Shop July 23

 

Woodworking:

Make an Adirondack Chair August 6 – 10 (ages 13 – 18)

Make an Adirondack Chair August 13 – 17 (ages 13 – 18)

 

Financial assistance may be available. Please apply here.

If you have any questions about our summer classes, please contact Julie Leung: Julie@BainbridgeBARN.org

 

Opportunities for youth at BARN

We hope youth and families find many opportunities to become active at BARN.  The classes and programs listed in the Youth Calendar are either specifically designed for youth or have been “tagged” by studios because the event topic might be of interest to youth.  All classes at BARN are open to 14 and above, unless noted otherwise.

More ways to get involved:

In addition, we are developing other opportunities for youth to share their knowledge and enthusiasm, engage our artisan studios and learn from BARN Artisans.

Internships: BARN is fueled by volunteers. Join the BARN team as a volunteer, and as a high school student, you could apply for an unpaid Work Experience Credit.

Youth Council: High school and middle school students can help guide and direct BARN’s youth offerings.

Community Service: Get involved in any of the community service projects at BARN.

Independent Studies/Mentorships: If you are interested in Independent Studies through your local high school, contact your school counselor.

Partnerships: We would love to chat with representatives of schools, youth and community groups on how to connect our programs with yours.

For more information or if you want an introduction to BARN, please contact:

Julie Leung, BARN Program Manager: Julie@BainbridgeBARN.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BARN Youth Programs are supported in part by Bainbridge Community Foundation  and the BCF Discretionary Grant Fund, the Alder Fund, the Hastings Family Fund, Willard P. Steckel and Anonymous.

 

 

BARN will be joining Raising Resilience at the April 24th showing of If You Build It.