Creative Arts and Technology Center Open House a Big Success

Liz Katz demonstrates throwing clay on the wheel in Pottery at the CATC Open House.

Kathy Dial

Approximately 600 people attended a Creative Arts and Technology Center (CATC) Open House on July 11. Attendees were able to see firsthand the opportunities for Robson Ranch residents to participate in the many arts, crafts, and other activities housed in the CATC building. Dozens of free hand-made door prizes were awarded as visitors enjoyed the Wildhorse Grill’s famous cookies.

Live demonstrations such as pottery in the making and CNC wood design were offered, as well as a vast display of craft designs from clubs such as Crafts and More, Happy Potters, Kiln Krafters, Kiwanis Comfort Dolls, Material Girls, Paint N Pallet, Drawing, Photography, Yarn Divas, and the Woodworkers. Other groups offered insights into their activities and the chance to become involved in New Life Bible Study, Friends of the Library, Happy Tails Dog Club, Genealogy, Technology, and Drone operation. Many of the clubs have ongoing displays in the building and invite visitors to come and browse. All clubs are open to Robson Ranch residents and new members are always welcome. Meeting times are listed in each edition of the Pioneer Press and contact information is available from the office at the clubhouse.