The Tobacco Farm Life Museum, 709 Church St., Kenly, will host a children’s bead jewelry-making class with instructor Christina Slocum-Kornegay. The class is part of the museum’s Stepping into the Past Saturday Series. The class will be held Saturday, Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. Jewelry making is a historical art and craft. This class will cover the basics of bead jewelry with a modern look. Please register in advance by calling the museum at 919-284-3431. The class costs $20 which includes all materials and instruction time. It is recommended for children aged 7-13.