Our Fall and Winter Program Guide is availble now, which includes many of our programs and events! Click here to view it: Program Guide

Check here often for updates and additional programs that will be added.

Below are our upcoming programs. Register online using the link on the left of this page or contact us for more information.

Click here for a printable registration form that can be mailed to us with payment to register for any of our classes or programs.


Offered in our local parks, each class becomes a tight-knit group of children and adults who learn together through well-designed, outdoor play-based activities. Tinkergarten's approach helps kids develop a host of important capabilities, including empathy, collaboration, creativity, persistence and problem solving. Their expert-designed classes and activities help kids ages 6 months—8 years develop core life skills while enjoying healthy, fun, engaging experiences in the physical freedom of local green spaces. 

Murrysville Community Park: Tuesdays, October 29-Dec. 3, 10:30-11:45 am                                                        Wednesdays October 30-Dec. 4

Bear Hollow Park: Sundays October 13-Dec. 1, 10:00-11:15 am

Register on the Tinkergarten website

Children playing outside

Halloween Canvas Painting

Get into the spooky spirit of Halloween with local artist Ilona Ralston and create a fun Halloween themed painting!

Ages: 6 to 11

Fee: $25.00

Date: Monday, October 21

Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Location: Rewind-Reuse Center and Workshops in Export


Drawing with Watercolors

Do you like to draw? Do you like using watercolors? Have you ever drawn with watercolors? Local artist Ilona Ralston will guide you with some beginner tips of sketching and then assist you as you sketch a winter themed picture with watercolor pencils. You’ll learn some easy tips on how to sketch along with how to properly use watercolor pencils.

Ages: 8 to 11

Fee: $45.00

Min: 10 Max: 15

Date: Saturday, December 14

Time: 9:00 a.m. to noon

Location: Rewind-Reuse Center and Workshop in Export

Paper Mosaic Glass Candy Bowl

Looking to make a special handmade gift for mom or dad for Valentine’s Day? Local artist Ilona Ralston will help you make a special Paper Mosaic Glass Candy Bowl that mom and dad will love. You’ll get to unleash your creative side by designing your mosaic!

Ages: 8 to 11

Fee: $30.00    

Min: 10 Max 15

Date: Saturday, February 1

Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Location: Rewind Reuse Center and Workshops in Export

Fall Wooden Door Decoration

Looking for a new hand crafted fall door decoration? Join Ilona Ralston as she shows you how easy it can be to make your own creative fall wooden plank door décor! 

Ages: Adult

Fee: $55.00

Min 10 Max: 15

Date: Tuesday, October 22

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Location: Rewind-Reuse Center and Workshops in Export

Precious Metal Clay Jewelry

Intro to Precious Metal Clay Jewelry

Retired art teacher and Precious Metal Clay certified jewelry maker, Georgie Nix wants to teach you how to make your very own Precious Metal Clay (PMC) jewelry. 

What is PMC? Precious Metal Clay is made of pure metal powder mixed with a non-toxic organic binder and water. The clay can be molded and carved into a pieces of jewelry. Once fired in a kiln, the harmless binder burns away and the metal particles fuse to form a solid 99.9% pure metal piece.

On your first session participants will learn the basic PMC techniques and will be shown how to work with fine silver clay to make simple earrings or pendant shapes. Pieces will be left for the teacher to fire after class.

On the final session participants of both classes will come together to learn cleaning, tumbling, oxidizing and polishing techniques to finish their piece of jewelry.

Ages: 14 and older

Fee: $55.00    

Max: 5

Dates: Session A: November 9, 9:00 a.m. to noon

Session B: November 9, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Final Session: November 16, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. (Session A & B Together)

Location: Rewind-Reuse Center and Workshops in Export


Reel Woman Film Series

The idea for the Reel Women film series was created by a group of 40 women veterans from Southwest PA, who make up Veterans Leadership Program's Women Veterans Design Team (WVDT). Led by Navy Veteran and VLP's Women Veterans Program Coordinator, Patti Gerhauser; the WVDT participated in a series of human-centered design activities in early 2019, to help brainstorm programs and events that would fill a gap and/or meet a need for the women veterans community. Many of the overarching themes that came out of these design activities included: women's empowerment; advocacy and storytelling opportunities for women veterans to share their unique experiences in the military and as veterans; and, creating opportunities for women veterans to not only connect with one another, but also with civilians in the communities where they live and work. The Reel Women film series will showcase films about women, written by women, produced by women and/or directed by women. Following each film, there will be a facilitated discussion about the film, with a focus on gender roles, the media's role in how gender is constructed and performed, and how these themes relate to the experiences of women veterans, both in the military and as veterans in the civilian world. These events are FREE and open to the public.


Times: 6:00 pm

Dates and Locations:

October 16: Lioness 

January 8: Wonder Woman 

March 11: Title To Be announced

Yoga in the Parks-Extended!

$5 per session, cash only

Murrysville Community Park, Wetlands: September 22

Townsend Park: September 29

Sardis Park: October 6

Call 724-327-2100 ext. 115 or 131 with any questions. For park addresses please click here. This program is weather dependent so be sure to check Breathe Yoga PGH for updates.