Registration for summer swimming lessons, adult wellness, visual arts and outdoor programs starts June 18. Summer camp registration began on March 21.

Adult + Seniors

Art Connect (18Y+)


Follow your passions in our open studio class for adults with developmental disabilities. With our experienced art educator you will explore mediums like acrylic paint, watercolours, pastels, pencil crayons, charcoal and more. Take a single class or sign up for the series. All supplies included.

Art Connect (18Y+) Single Classes


Follow your passions in our open studio class for adults with developmental disabilities. With our experienced art educator you will explore mediums like acrylic paint, watercolours, pastels, pencil crayons, charcoal and more. All supplies included.

ART in the Gardens (18Y+)


Never created outdoors before? We have it covered. Experiment with lines, colour, shape, and mark making to create nature inspired compositions using oil pastels and watercolour. We will start with fundamentals, quick exercises, and subject studies, and move forward with the rest while exploring the beautiful surroundings at Smeltzer House. All supplies are included. Please bring a folding chair and dress for variable outdoor conditions. Program will be held outside weather pending.

Creative Club (55Y+)


Embrace lifelong learning with Gallery@501 this spring. Spend the morning exploring new art techniques and brushing up on your skills with an experienced art instructor. At the end of class, enjoy refreshments together and chat about your work. Coffee, tea and treats included.

Fish Scale Art with MJ Belcourt Moses: National Indigenous History Month


Join MJ Belcourt Moses, an Edmonton-based Métis artist, educator, and curator, who shares the beauty of fish scale art and her skills as an artist working in this exciting medium. Fish scale art is a traditional land-based arts practice that involves processing and cleaning the scales of whitefish. Scales are then dyed an array of colours and dried. Under Belcourt Moses’ guidance, create your own fish scale artwork in a 2-hour workshop, suitable for ages 8 years and up. This meditative program involves delicate placement of the scales onto felt using glue to create a floral composition. Learn about the history and practice of Métis fish scale art and its importance in Indigenous contemporary art.

Make & Take Art Nights (18Y+)


Create in a fun and relaxing environment this winter. Explore everything from painting to needle felting.

Studio Sessions (18Y+)


Explore new art mediums, sharpen your skills and learn about art history over the course of a six-week series of evening classes.

Weaving (18Y+)


Join Strathcona County Weavers for the evening of exceptional and delightful creativity to experience weaving on a table loom. Registration for the course closes two weeks prior to the start date.