Clay Chanterelle Mushroom Class

  • When: Saturday, March 18, 2023, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
  • Where: Mountain Rose Herbs Annex, next to the Mountain Rose Herbs Mercantile
  • Cost: $20 (all proceeds benefit the Cascade Mycological Society)
  • Class limit of 9 persons

Learn how to make realistic mushrooms from air dry clay with Sandy Patton from the Cascade Mycological Society. These are fun to make and give as gifts. 

Each participant will make and go home with a Chanterelle ornament and a pair of Chanterelle earrings, along with the paint, paint brushes, and polyurethane to finish their ornament and earrings. Chanterelle ornaments sell for $15 at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum Mushroom Festival, while the Chanterelle earrings sell for $12. Sandy will also demonstrate how to sculpt and paint other mushrooms like Morels and King Boletes.

About the instructor

CMS member Sandy Patton has been crafting clay mushrooms for the Cascade Mycological Society for 9 years. Sandy makes wild mushroom earrings, magnets, wine charms, and ornaments. To see some of Sandy’s work, head on over to the CMS store to see some examples.

A big thank you to the Mountain Rose Herbs Mercantile for reaching out to local area non-profits to offer their annex space for events. You may view the calendar of events that are open to the public at Mountain Rose Herbs Calendar

Please register below

After registering you will receive an email confirmation that includes instructions on how to pay for the class. You will have until March 1st to pay. If you do not pay by then, your spot will be made available for someone else to participate. You will be sent a reminder to pay on February 24th.

The Clay Chanterelle Mushroom Class on March 18, 2023 at Mountain Rose Herbs Annex is now full. 

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