Join Waters End Academy for a Charm Making Event on Saturday September 26. This is the second in a series of Charm Making events. Charms such as Amulets and Talismans are charged with magic spells to provide protection against all sorts of supernatural dangers. With the approach of the autumn equinox, two full moons, and Halloween, now is the time to prepare defenses against creatures of the night.
During the Charm Making Event, students will participate in an arts and crafts lesson that teaches how to make a Charms that protect against Ghosts, Vampires, or Werewolves. By understanding these creatures and their weaknesses, students will overcome their fear of them.
Students will learn simple spells to activate their Charms and receive instruction in how to use them.
The event will take place at Seashell Park starting at noon. It will last approximately one and half hours. Students should gather at Seashell Park at the starting time to receive the materials needed to make their Charms. Students will work at tables around the park while the instructor demonstrates from the gazebo.
- Students will Charm making materials
- Lecture on creatures of the night and how to protect against them
- Arts and Crafts lesson: Charm making
- Introduction to basic protective spells