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  • Feb 19

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn the basics, or use supplies to crochet your own project.

    This session will have an overview of crochet, and discuss the basic tools and materials. We’ll learn how to do a chain stitch, single, double, and triple crochet as time allows, then finishing off. If you are already an avid crochet fan, you will have access to supplies and more advanced projects.

  • Feb 19

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 19: Open Gaming. Bring a game to share or enjoy the library's collection.

    Keep your eyes open for the library's new circulating board game collections! Ask April for more info.

  • Feb 26

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 26: 3Doodler Pens. Try out our 3D pens. What will you create?

    Explore the world of 3D printing with these simple, one button pens. Budding artists will have a chance to explore the design process and create their own unique 3D model using a range of colorful filament.

  • Mar 4

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    March 4: Friendship Bracelets. Learn how to make a simple (or more complex) friendship bracelet.

    Using embroidery thread, learn how a few simple knots can make a unique bracelet to keep or trade with friends. Already know the basics? Kumihimo may be the next level of bracelet for you! Kumihimo tools and instructions will be available. 

  • Mar 7

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Make and take a cobra braid paracord bracelet. For ages 10+. Registration required.

    Create your own custom and super useful paracord bracelet or keychain following simple, step-by-step instructions during this hour long program. Wear it on your wrist or store it in your bugout bag! Supplies limited

  • Mar 11

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Design your own mini-world of beautiful plants! Registration Required.

    Terrariums filled with small plants and lovely rocks are all the rage. All supplies will be provided, including small figures and various materials to add as filler and decorations. We'll also learn about the care and feeding of air plants. Attendees are welcome to bring their own materials to add to their terrarium. Registration required.

  • Mar 11

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    March 11: Perler Bead Keychains. Ironing: it's not just for clothes!

    Lay out your beaded design on a special tray, and then use an iron to merge the beads into a solid form. Add a split ring and your keys or zipper pulls will have a great new accessory!

  • Mar 14

    9:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Mar 14

    1:30 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn a few basic stitches and make your favorite constellation. Ages 10-17.

    Bring the stars in the sky down to earth with a few simple embroidery stitches. Learn some simple stargazing shapes and terms, and sew them into a pattern to keep. All supplies included.

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  • Feb 19

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn the basics, or use supplies to crochet your own project.

    This session will have an overview of crochet, and discuss the basic tools and materials. We’ll learn how to do a chain stitch, single, double, and triple crochet as time allows, then finishing off. If you are already an avid crochet fan, you will have access to supplies and more advanced projects.

  • Feb 19

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 19: Open Gaming. Bring a game to share or enjoy the library's collection.

    Keep your eyes open for the library's new circulating board game collections! Ask April for more info.

  • Feb 26

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 26: 3Doodler Pens. Try out our 3D pens. What will you create?

    Explore the world of 3D printing with these simple, one button pens. Budding artists will have a chance to explore the design process and create their own unique 3D model using a range of colorful filament.

  • Mar 4

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    March 4: Friendship Bracelets. Learn how to make a simple (or more complex) friendship bracelet.

    Using embroidery thread, learn how a few simple knots can make a unique bracelet to keep or trade with friends. Already know the basics? Kumihimo may be the next level of bracelet for you! Kumihimo tools and instructions will be available. 

  • Mar 7

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Make and take a cobra braid paracord bracelet. For ages 10+. Registration required.

    Create your own custom and super useful paracord bracelet or keychain following simple, step-by-step instructions during this hour long program. Wear it on your wrist or store it in your bugout bag! Supplies limited

  • Mar 11

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Design your own mini-world of beautiful plants! Registration Required.

    Terrariums filled with small plants and lovely rocks are all the rage. All supplies will be provided, including small figures and various materials to add as filler and decorations. We'll also learn about the care and feeding of air plants. Attendees are welcome to bring their own materials to add to their terrarium. Registration required.

  • Mar 11

    2:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    March 11: Perler Bead Keychains. Ironing: it's not just for clothes!

    Lay out your beaded design on a special tray, and then use an iron to merge the beads into a solid form. Add a split ring and your keys or zipper pulls will have a great new accessory!

  • Mar 14

    9:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Kids + 1 gazillion LEGOS = fun. All ages.

    Children of all ages will have the opportunity to be creative by building whatever they want to build with the trunk locker full of LEGOs the library provides. Pirate ships, skyscrapers, flying cars--they're all possible; all you need is imagination and determination.

  • Mar 14

    1:30 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Learn a few basic stitches and make your favorite constellation. Ages 10-17.

    Bring the stars in the sky down to earth with a few simple embroidery stitches. Learn some simple stargazing shapes and terms, and sew them into a pattern to keep. All supplies included.


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