Hands-on Crafts for All Ages

This spring, we’re offering hands-on craft programs for all ages! Learn a beautiful and fun origami technique from Talo Kawasaki, who has decades of experience as an origami artist and teacher. For Instagram examples of his work, see @talo.kawasaki. Later in the month, YA Librarian Kat will be teaching hand-sewing basics with a small decorative sewing project. Adults, stay tuned–we're working on adding a crochet class for the June installment of our monthly Quick n Easy craft series, regularly scheduled on the first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Join us to enjoy some mindful crafting this spring.

Origami for Families
Saturday May 22, 2:00-2:45 p.m.
Origami is a fun way for kids to learn to follow directions, improve hand-eye coordination, and experience the satisfaction of making something pretty. For families with children in grades 3 and up.

Simple Sewing for Tweens and Teens
Friday, May 14, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Learn some easy hand-sewing skills and work on a simple project. We’ll make small tabletop trays to hold jewelry or loose change. No experience is required and beginners are encouraged. For grades 5-12. Registration opens May 1.

Registration through our calendar is limited and required. Those signed up will be notified by email when they can pick up their bags of supplies. All materials needed will be in the kits.

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