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March 2


Poke Root


April 6



Next Class is April 20

March 16




February 2




Photos & Patterns from Past Sessions 
  • The ones underlined have direct links for instruction. 
  • Ones without links try to google to find more info online.

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button to reserve your

spot for the next class.


Registration System

  • Registration opens the day after the last class for the next class
  • Register by clicking on the SignUp Button above
  • Your seat will be reserved until 15 minutes prior to start time  Seats not filled at that time will be released
  • Please note that savings seats is not allowed
  • If registration fills up, you are welcome to show up and take your chances to get in. Any seats available at 3:45 pm will be offered to those in line on a first come first serve basis

Suggested Supplies

  • Sketchbook (100% acid free, medium weight paper) any sketchbook will do, these are just suggestions
  • Sakura Pigma Black 05 Pen or Micron 01 Black Pen or any pen will do that is right for you

​​Sketchbooks ($3) and Pens ($2) are available for purchase at the club Many of you already have the pens.

February 16

Scallops Variation



​​​​​Anyone Can Tangle!
No Experience or Skill Needed!

Meets Twice Per Month

1st and 3rd Friday  4 pm - 5 pm 

Laurel Manor Regional Recreation Center 

Tap into your own creativity with easy to learn structured patterns that create beautiful images. You are instructed every step of the way in a quiet atmosphere with soft meditation music playing in the background while focusing on being present and letting go of the outcome. Zentangle has been known to reduce stress, pain and anxiety. It's calming, relaxing and lots of fun!  

Benefits of Zentangle

  • Relieves Stress and Anxiety
  • Brings Feelings of Peace & Serenity
  • Increases Focus and helps to stay Present
  • Taps into your own Unlimited Creativity
  • ​It's lots of FUN!

​After Each Class Visit this Page & Scroll Down to View the Following... 

  • Names of patterns learned at previous sessions 
  • ​Links with the step-out instructions or videos of those patterns (for ones we can find)  
  • Photo of at least one completed tile from class