Canvas Club introduces children to the magic of a creative life. Arts and Crafts for kids and a great kids party venue choice. Great Things to do With Kids in Bloemfontein.
Canvas Club celebrates and nurtures the magic of creativity in a technological world by teaching tots to tweens to harness conscious curiosity through weekly, much-loved, interactive, fun arts & crafts classes.
How about an ARTY BIRTHDAY PARTY?
We put the ‘arty’ in party! We’ll take away the stress and hard work around planning your child’s next party.
At Canvas Club Bloemfontein we help you give your child a fun and creative experience that they will remember forever! Our easy approach takes all the hard work off your hands, so you can relax and enjoy the celebrations too.
Visit our website to view our 3 affordable packages as well as our exciting birthday themes. Canvas Club Kids Parties
Our packages include a digital invitation, an arts & crafts project and games. The best part is that the children get to take their arts & crafts creations home to enjoy hours of play afterward.
Be sure to join our awesome holiday club hosted every holiday. Creative fun for all ages!
Find fun and exciting classes this winter 2019 Canvas Club Holiday Club.
Holiday Club Programme: Canvas Club | Bloemfontein | Kids Parties | Holiday Club
Canvas Club celebrates the magic of creativity in a technological world by teaching children to harness conscious curiosity through arts and crafts.
Canvas Club Bloemfontein offers weekly arts & crafts classes at 4B Leviseur Street, Westdene, Bloemfontein for 1 to 13 year olds at R100 per class, which includes all the materials.
Canvas Club takes arts & crafts to the next level. We use a wide variety of materials to take children on a magical creative journey of building explosively awesome crafts such as rockets, robots, fairy wings, musical instruments and many more!
1 - 3 year olds, with parent/ carer: Fridays 15:30 - 16:15
3 - 6 year olds, with parent/ carer: Tuesdays 16:30 - 17:15 & Fridays 16:45 - 17:15
6 - 13 year olds, drop off: Tuesdays 15:00 - 16:00 & Fridays 14:00 - 15:00
Every First & Last Saturday of the month:
27 July, 3 August, 31 August, 7 September
1 - 3 year olds - 09:00 - 09:45
3 - 6 year olds - 10:30 - 11:15
6 - 13 year olds - 12:00 - 13:00
Booking is essential - book online: Canvas Club Bloemfontein
3 - 6 Years old (45 MINS)
This is a child and parent/ carer bonding experience with focus on sensory play and developing fine motor skills.
Draw, cut, model, paint, sculpt, squish, mark, make, model, imagine, create, think, squirt, experiment and make new friends!! The Little Adventurers classes are social, educational and great fun for both of you!
This class consists of a 45 mins hands on creative crafting session. We specialize in process art and we often make toys to keep youngsters engaged.
Unlike many other activities there is no problem with having children and siblings of different ages in this class. Share your child’s journey of exploration, discovery and development through fun, creative adventures.
6 - 13 Years Old (1 HOUR)
Creative Crafters are encouraged to express their ideas through the process of working with different materials, designing, building, making mistakes, and envisioning creative solutions.
We often create ‘toys’ in this class, which promotes self esteem (I made that all by myself!) and promise hours of play after class.
Unlike academics and sports, arts and crafts does not promote competition. On the contrary, it helps convert negative energy into positive habits.
Furthermore, the class teaches children to think outside the box, build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) abilities without realising it and develop important life skills.
“Art is something that makes you breathe with a different kind of happiness.” - Anni Albers
Sumari is a registered counselor and play therapy specialist with a passion for children. She believes creativity is experimenting, growing, taking risks, making mistakes and having fun.
“In this studio we don’t only think outside the box, we also think what we can do with the box.”