The new Irma Freeman (IF) Center for Imagination is offering summer camps, classes, and workshops, starting June 29 and running through July. Kids and adults alike can dabble in creative activities such as sculpture and puppetry, mosaics, toy making, and building "funky" furniture. There is also a low-cost yoga class fior beginning and intermediate students.
The center, located at 5006 Penn Avenue, is named for a German-born Pittsburgh artist (1903-1994) who created more than 500 works, most after the age of 80. For more information, call 412-924-0634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarships are available.