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Baxter's Corner in the Pumpkin Patch

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Baxter's Corner in the Pumpkin Patch

Boo! We love these pumpkins created by our young friends at Cabbage Patch Settlement House inspired by some of our characters: Gerome the Giraffe, Ellema the Elephant, Ally the Alligator and Oakley the Octopus.

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Working together to create something beautiful at art camp

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Working together to create something beautiful at art camp

"Working together to create something beautiful," That's how The Cabbage Patch Settlement House described the spring break art camp for led by Baxter's Corner. From an article by the Patch:"Working together to create beauty – what a wonderful lesson to teach a child! During Spring Break at The Patch, art camp focused on collaborative creativity, with our friends from Baxter’s Corner leading the fun." To read the full article, click here.

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Baxter's Corner leads spring break art camp

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Baxter's Corner leads spring break art camp

It was all art, all the time, during 2017 Spring Break week when Baxter's Corner led an art camp for children ages 8 to 13 at The Cabbage Patch Settlement House in Louisville, Ky., which serves at-risk youth and their families.  This was the fifth camp that illustrator Mary Ellen Stottmann and author Linda Baker have led for The Patch. Together, Baker and Stottmann write and illustrate a series of children's books as partners of Baxter's Corner. "We love working with the kids at The Patch," said Ms. Stottmann, or Chief Crayon, her company title. "With the goal of inspiring budding young artists...

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Baxter's Corner Leads 2016 Young Storyteller Camp

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Baxter's Corner Leads 2016 Young Storyteller Camp

                 Baxter's Corner will be at Cabbage Patch Settlement House this afternoon for a publishing party to celebrate completion of a new story, Babies & Bananas, written by 12 participants of a week-long Young Storyteller Camp.                 The youth collaborated on the story and provided illustrations.  From the history of storytelling to the elements of a good story, the campers explored plot and character development, scene details, word choice and editing.                 Local author, Linda Baker (Chief Pencil) and illustrator, Mary Ellen Stottmann (Chief Crayon), co-owners of Baxter’s Corner, led daily workshop sessions...

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Young Illustrator Camp 2016

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Young Illustrator Camp 2016

See what the Patch has to say! http://cabbagepatch.org/hunting-for-the-fairy-queens-jewels/

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