The work of some budding artists will be on display at the Heritage Center on Saturday.
The art is by participants in the Havre Art Association's children's classes. The association holds workshops from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the basement of the Heritage Center every Saturday in two-month segments in the fall, winter and spring. As many as 24 children at a time have participated in the classes, which the association has sponsored for four years.
Members of the association teach the children how to make and appreciate art. The classes are designed to nourish the children's talent and creativity. The teachers hold discussions about illustrations shown in class and about art seen in tours of the art gallery, and supervise the children's own artistic creations in a variety of subjects, mediums and materials.
The materials used in the classes are supplied by the Havre Art Association or donated by community members.
The art show will be in the Heritage Center art gallery Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to noon, in conjunction with the Jim Pasma sculpture show hosted by Warren Taylor.
The next two-month session of classes begins Feb. 1, and is open for children ages 6 to 12. The cost is $2 per child per week.