Cabot 12th Night - Arts and Crafts Workshops for Kids
Saturday, January 4th  2020
From 2:30pm - 4:00pm kids and families can choose from an array of fun activities
- Make your own ugly stick and paper lanterns for the sunset parade - 
Make your own Newfoundland Ugly Stick!
At the Cabot Artisans Gallery Upstairs at 2:30pm
The ugly stick is a traditional Newfoundland musical instrument fashioned out of household and tool shed items, typically a mop handle with bottle caps, tin cans, small bells and other noise makers. The instrument is played with a drum stick and has a distinctive sound. 
Cabot Arts will supply:​
bottle caps, tin cans, screws, duct tape, power drills, hammers and nails.
You Bring: 
mop or broom handle, old rain boot or shoe, and anything else you'd like to decorate your ugly stick with!
Take a look at this video describing how to make your own ugly stick:
If you need Cabot Arts to supply a broom stick, mop or boot for you, we can do that. Email us and let us know that you need one:
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Decorate your own Paper Lantern
At the Willey Building Meeting Room at 2:30pm
The possibilities are endless!
Cabot Arts will supply everything you need to create a beautiful paper lantern to use in the Sunset Parade. And you can take it home with you afterwards as well!
Cabot Arts will supply:​ 
White paper globes, battery powered tea candle or fairy lights, colored crepe paper, paint brushes, scissors and Elmers glue.
You can bring
glitter, beads or anything you would like to decorate your lantern with!
Activities on the
Cabot Village Common
- Wagon Rides with
Jesse and Babe 
- Games 
- Hot Cocoa, Cider and Goodies tent
- Snow Painting
... and more!
Sunset Parade around the Cabot Village Common
Bring your paper lanterns and ugly sticks!
At 4pm we will gather in front of the Cabot United Church. The procession will begin at 4:10pm led by Cabot's own Morris Team, the Midnight Capers, followed by glowing paper lanterns, the chiming and clanging rhythm of the ugly stick brigade, then followed up by Jesse and Babe, Black Horse Farm's two percheron horses. We will all go once around the Cabot Village Common