Asheboro -- The Randolph Arts Guild offers a seasonal folk art class with local craft artist, Mary Davis.  Join Mary to explore Mexican culture/celebration of deceased family members also known as "Day of the Dead".  This fresh spin on folk art involves customizing your very own fabric skull, luchador (a masked mexican wrestler), or even your own spirit animal.  This class is designed for all ages.  If you are age seven or under please bring an adult.  The class is on Saturday, October 25th between 1 p.m. -- 5 p.m. as part of the 3rd Annual Randolph Ramble.  Registration is not required.  Adults and youth are to simply arrive at the Randolph Arts Guild located at 123 Sunset Avenue between the aforementioned time and plan on about 40 minutes per project.  $5 per project.  There is no registration deadline, this class is "first come, first serve".  For more information contact the Randolph Arts Guild at (336) 629-0399. 


Mary Davis created her first doll, Pinky McGee when she was five years old.  Mary has been hooked ever since.  Doll making is a creative outlet for all ages and requires very little skill -- just patience and a willingness to learn.  Mary is a recent resident to Asheboro, NC and enjoys sharing her love of doll making with others.