During the three-hour craft class, kids heard stories and made Chinese ornaments, calendars, lanterns and dragons.
The joint program was the brainchild of the Parks Department's newest employee Assistant Director Cathy Stiles.
"I just started in January with the Parks Department. I love it," said Stiles.
She moved to Greencastle with her husband in August. He is a first year Physics Professor at DePauw University. They have two children, four-year-old Alexander and 16-month-old Isabella.
Prior to moving here,she worked for the YMCA in Madison, Wis.
Her plans for the Parks Department this summer include expanding on past programs. She plans to have a brochure with summer offerings ready for parents before summer vacation.
"It's important for them to know what to plan for the summer. Some programs are free and some cost and they need to be able to decide what they want their kids to do this summer," said Stiles.
The next event coming up for the Parks Department is a workshop on Feb. 15 from 1-4 p.m. at City Hall working with Legos. This event is part of the 2009 Building Brick Series.
It is designed for young ones to create and learn building techniques from Lego masters.
For information on any Parks and Recreation Department at 765-653-3395 or email Stiles at firstname.lastname@example.org