VCA Saturday School: Fascinators
Instructor: Sally Medlicott
Class Description: Make a demure, pretty, or outrageous hat! A fascinator is a type of hat that looks more like a hair ornament, usually worn at a formal occasion. It can be small or large, often made with feathers, flowers, beads and ribbons. It usually has a small fat base which is decorated and then attached with hair combs or a hair band. Fascinators were seen at the royal wedding, and at horse-racing events such as the Kentucky Derby and Ascot. They may also be worn by brides as an alternative to the traditional veil.
Sally Medlicott: Sally Medlicott received her Bachelor of Arts with Honors from Middlesex University, London, England. She received the California State Fair "Award of Excellence" in 2008 and a North American Artists Award. She has taught at David Lubin After School Academy.
Location: Sierra 2 Community Center
Date/Time: July 14, 2012, 11:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Materials fee: $20.00
Ages: 16+ (all skill levels)
Sierra 2 Center (View)
2791 24th Street
Sacramento, CA 95818