Weekend Family Arts

In-Person Classes 1:30pm | FREE | Pre-registration is Required
OCT 9 | OCT 23 | NOV 6 | NOV 20 | DEC 4

Virtual Art Classes 3:30pm | FREE | Facebook Live
OCT 10 | OCT 24 | NOV 7 | NOV 21 | DEC 5

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein

Our beloved family program returns in-person and online this season! Your favourite instructor, Austin Kwidzinski, will lead family art-making sessions in the studio every other Saturday and virtual classes take place the following day! Mark your calendars and gather your family for some serious fun!

Pre-registration is required for in-person classes.  Virtual classes can be accessed on The Reach’s Facebook page. Sponsored by Prospera Credit Union.

Instructor: Austin Kwidzinski


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OCT 22 | 10:30am-2:30pm | $30 per camper | Ages 9-13

Do you have a talented young artist in your life and want to foster their creativity? Check out The Reach’s Pro-D Day Art Camps!

Our expert camp leaders will show your kids how to get creative in a variety of artistic mediums, and have a great time doing it!  We’ll be painting, drawing, sculpting, and much more, so make sure kids wear comfortable clothes that can get messy.

Campers are asked to bring a nut-free lunch, a water bottle, and weather-appropriate clothing for outdoor art adventures.


Community Cultural Scavenger Hunt

Oct 1–24 (ongoing) | FREE

As part of Culture Days, we’re hosting a community scavenger hunt! This family-friendly activity is a perfect opportunity for families to engage with local arts and culture. The hunt is on from October 1–24 and participants can win a range of fabulous prizes. To participate, stop by The Reach to pick your scavenger hunt pamphlet and return it by October 29 for your chance to win!

Workshop: Introduction to Anime and Manga Drawing

Nov 13 | 1:002:30 pm | Ages 1218 | $40 (10% off for Friends of The Reach)

Artist Facilitator: Austin Kwidzinski

Do you want to learn how to draw your own Anime and Manga-style characters? Join Fraser Valley-based illustrator Austin Kwidzinski for this exclusive workshop! You’ll learn fundamentals such as a basic construction of the head and body, as well as expressions and facial features, and much more!

This class is for beginners who are new to Anime and Manga drawing and will be taught in person at The Reach. There are no prerequisites for this workshop. Registrants may either work with traditional drawing materials or in a digital platform of their choosing.