Dec 15 Crafternoon: Book Page Wreath

Sign-up starts December 1 for the Crafternoon: Book Page Wreath. Crafters will cut, fold, staple and glue pages from discarded books to create a distinctive, lacy literary holiday wreath. All supplies will be provided. 

Crafternoon is a free monthly program for adults and kids in middle school and older every third Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Library staff and local crafters will host a different make-and-take project each month, with sign-up starting two weeks in advance.

Sign up on the Calendar or by calling the Help Desk at (920) 322-3929.

Other programs coming up:

January 19: Scribblers’ Skivvies. Bring a plain, laundered T-shirt (or anything you like) to create a uniquely quotable undergarment. Paints provided, and lots of memorable quotes available to choose from, or use your own. Sign-up starts on January 5.

February 16: Upcycled Glam. Create beautiful special-occasion accessories such as flowers for wrist and hair, belts and purses using discarded materials from old books and more. Sign-up starts February 2.

Crafternoons was inspired by a similar program at the New York Public Library that's run by Maura Madden, who wrote, Crafternoon: A Guide to Getting Artsy and Crafty with Your Friends All Year Long.


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