New Classes at Hallelujah Pottery/Full Circle Candles 

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Hallelujah Pottery/Full Circle Candles is offering a variety of classes. Hallelujah Pottery is located at 1202 W. Main St., Monteagle.

Handmade Creations Class and Youth Entrepreneurial Program is almost full. The class, making handmade crafts and art with an eco-friendly theme, will be on from 4–5:30 p.m., on Fridays, Jan. 31 through April 3. There will be a craft fair on April 4 benefiting The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. The fee is $110 for 10 weeks or $12 a week. There are a few spaces left in this class. 

A Saturday class, at 10 a.m., has formed to create more spots for this program. Both classes (Friday and Saturday) will join up for the craft fair on April 4. 

The Third Annual Dip N’ Art Class—Handmade Valentine Gifts will be from 2–4 p.m, Saturday, Feb. 8. Come and create handcrafted Valentine’s Day-themed gifts for family and friends. There will be Heart Shaped Soap/Candle Making and Beautiful Handmade Cards. While creating we also will be dipping! Bring fruit, pretzels, marshmallows, whatever you wish to dip treats into the melted chocolate. The fee is $25 with all Supplies included. Space is limited so sign up soon. $25 per person. Family discounts available. 

Come and learn how to make elderberry syrup, from 1-2:45 p.m., Saturday, Feb.  22. With so many healthful properties, elderberry syrup is a great addition to one’s daily wellness routine. The fee is $28. Participants will go home with a recipe, 6 to 8 ounces of elderberry syrup, and the knowledge of how and why to make elderberry syrup. This class will also address tips about growing, harvesting, and using fresh elderberries. The class will be taught by Melissa Astin, Director of Community Outreach & Engagement at Crabtree Farms in Chattanooga.

To register for these classes go to <https://www.fullcirclecandles.com/>. For more information email Debbie Blinder at <debbie@fullcirclecandles.com>.