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Some have a job, a family, a home and some make their living on our teeth.
Come learn about the microscopic super heroes that live on us, inside of us and all around us. They build tiny cities in our mouth and help us digest our food, they live in boiling acid and snack metals for breakfast, they can eat rocks and poop rocket fuel. Join in, learn about these magical creatures, be inspired and walk out with a big painting of our tiny friends. Small Things, Big Painting is hosted by Dr. Emil Ruff introducing the colorful and wondrous world of microbes and me teaching techniques to paint your imagination.
This wonderful workshop is family friendly and will be hosted Sep. 23 in McHugh House, supported by the Beltline Neighbourhoods Association.
All painting materials are provided.
More info at beakerhead.com.