MCCUNE, Ks. – Over at the McCune Farm to Market, folks got crafty on Sunday making some festive holiday signs.
This was one of their first classes they’ve brought back after putting activities on hold due to COVID-19.
But the market is still keeping things relatively small.
A total of 15 people could sign up to paint these Christmas themed signs.
“We’re trying to find safer ways to do more classes. Our classes range from cooking to canning classes and painting classes. It’s just something fun so you can enjoy and learn something, and have something that you’ve accomplished at the end of the day,” said market owner Cherie Shanker.
You can learn more about the classes returning to the McCune Farm to Market by clicking here.