Aging at Home Director Christine Helmandollar (above, left) enjoyed the work of artist Regina Powell, who showcased her piece, “Infinity” at the show.

Aging at Home Director Christine Helmandollar (above, left) enjoyed the work of artist Regina Powell, who showcased her piece, “Infinity” at the show.

Nearly 50 people attended Friendship Circle Senior Center’s inaugural community art show last month titled, Artistic Endeavors. Eighteen of the center’s artists showcased their works at Art Space in Lansdowne. The new venue allowed for family, friends and neighbors to support the artists and view their work on display.

Artists display their work at Art Space in Lansdowne as part of Friendship Circle Senior Center’s community art show.

Artists display their work at Art Space in Lansdowne as part of Friendship Circle Senior Center’s community art show.

Art classes sponsored by the center will continue in August with a watercolor class being offered each Monday from 10 to 11:30 A.M. Watercolor and oil painting classes will be offered in the fall, beginning Sept. 29th. The watercolor class will be offered for 10 weeks from 10 to 11:30 A.M. and the oil paining class will run for five weeks from 1 to 2:30 P.M. All classes will be taught by Marie Gilligan.

For registration information, contact Program Coordinator Donna Schumacher at 484-534-2033 or dschumacher@scs-delco.org.

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