Ukrainian Egg Art Class: Hands-on Sessions to Learn Pysanky–March 7 & 14

In this hands-on class, students create their own Ukrainian Pysanky eggs with one-on-one coaching. In the course of learning the proper tools and techniques, we also cover the cultural history including the meaning of the different colors and symbols.

Presenter: Marilan (Hovanec) Caito has presented demonstrations and taught hands-on classes in the art of “Pysanky” at Community College, community centers, libraries, and numerous senior residences for over 50 years. Her passion is to share this traditional folk art and its rich history with new audiences.

A few places are left for the 2pm class. Please register by Wednesday at 5pm!

  • Students must be at least 18 yrs of age. No prior art skill needed.
  • Must be available to attend TWO SESSIONS–one week apart.
  • Registration required. STRICT LIMIT of 14 students per class. DEADLINE TO REGISTER: MARCH 1
  • Pre-Payment of $35.00 includes kistka tool, wax, candle, two blown eggs, instruction pamphlet and instructor fee. (additional dyes and tools available for purchase)
  • No refunds after supplies are purchased. You may pick up the supplies & instruction booklet if you fail to attend.

We have now scheduled two sessions for the classes as follows:


6pm Session is SOLD OUT.

Note! If you wish to pay by cash, check or credit card in person–your registration spot is NOT HELD until payment is received. You may come in to the Library to pay but should do so within a day of registering to be sure your spot is still available.