It's probably a little early to introduce your little one to Russian literature -- "War and Peace" makes for a pretty long bedtime story -- but today's deal provides a more kid-friendly primer to Russian culture: Pay $55 to book your spot in a parent-child Russian doll painting class at the Russian Art Workshops in North York (a $165 value). During this four-hour hands-on session you and your dorogaya will learn the history, culture, and techniques behind matryoshkas, the famous Russian nesting dolls. Then, you can snack on traditional breads and tea while painting your very own wooden doll set. All the necessary materials will be provided as well as plenty of assistance on how to pull off those intricate floral designs. This is one activity you'll be glad to Chekhov your list.
PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON October 2, 2012
Russian Art Workshops
Four-Hour Parent-Child Russian Doll Painting Class
- from C$55