Firehouse Arts Center gearing up for a busy spring season

Published 4:04 pm Friday, April 5, 2019

The Firehouse Arts Center has a busy schedule this spring as they offer art classes for youth and adults. Then there is the coming art exhibit titled Stopping at Ellis Island by artist Andrew Sabori. That opens with a public reception on May 3 and continues four weeks through May 26.

Following the success of the one night Italian Cooking Class that was offered in March, the Firehouse is now offering a four-week course, each class featuring a different menu and all taught by the Prince of Pasta, Jim Gisondi.

In the May 7th class students will learn to make Fettuchini Carbonara, Summer

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Spaghetti, and a hands-on dish. On May 14, the class will learn about Rigatoni TMB and Baby Lasagna. Week three on the 21st will be Alfredo, Chicken Italiano and week four is Pasta Ham and Pimiento, Manicotti/Tufoli.

Wine will be served along with the prepared meals that will be consumed by the students, seated at an elegantly appointed dinner table.

Classes will be held on Tuesday nights beginning with Tuesday, May 7. Tuition is $100 for four sessions and pre-registration is a must, to be made by April 30. Class size is limited to 12. Contact the Firehouse at 229-243-1010 to register and payment can be made by credit card or debit card.

Don’t forget the So So Van Gogh watercolor painting class taught by Jeff Byers, noted artist of Florida, being offered April 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. This class is limited to 12 students and tuition is $45 per student. Complimentary wine and cheese will be served. Adults only.

Call Michael to register at 229-243-1010 or go online at