Arts and Crafts
Crafty kids can get in a winter groove on Tuesday, December 23, 2:00-3:00 PM by creating a Snowpal Mason Jar Decoration. Registration begins November 24. This program is for ages 7-12.
Join us for an evening filled with holiday crafts, frivolity, and good cheer. Tis the season for another installment of our popular "Pinterest Live" series! This time around we will tackle a variety of holiday themed "Pins" while enjoying seasonal music and sipping festive "Mocktails." This program is for ages 14 and up and registration is required. Thursday December 11 at 7:00 PM.
Families and kids in grades K-4 can practice engineering and architectural skills building
an edible gingerbread house. Add your imagination and artistic skills to our big cardboard gingerbread house
too. All supplies will be provided. Thursday, December 18, 2014, 7:00-8:00 PM. Registration is required.
Gingerbread House by White 77 under CC0 1.0 Universal
Photo Rory's Story Cubes for StADa by jwordsmith (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Join us for another edition of our popular Pinterest Live program series. This time around we tackle Halloween treats for your favorite ghosts and goblins. Staff librarian and crafting enthusiast Laura Fawcett will host as participants roll up their sleeves and attempt to recreate these three "Pins". All supplies will be provided and registration is required. Program will take place Thursday October 2 at 7:00 PM.
Amigurume: make cute crochet people by Allison Hoffman
Feltlicious: needle-felted treats to make & give by text by Kari Chapin ; projects designed and created by Kerri Wessel
Woolbuddies: 20 irresistibly simple needle felting projects by Jackie Huang ; photographs by Antonis Achilleos
Knit your own royal wedding by Fiona Goble
75 birds, butterflies & little beasts to knit and crochet by Lesley Stanfield
Yummi 'gurumi: over 60 gourmet crochet treats to make by Christen Haden & Mariarosa Sala
Project kid 100 Crafts to make with and for your kids by / Amanda Kingloff ; photographs by Alexandra Grablewski
Made by Dad: 67 blueprints for making cool stuff by Scott Bedford
Martha Stewart's favorite crafts for kids: 175 projects for kids of all ages to create, build, design, explore, and share by the editors of Martha Stewart Living ; photographs by Anne Schlechter and others
The complete book of home crafts: projects for adventurous beginnersby edited by Carine Tracanelli
175 easy-to-do everyday crafts by edited by Sharon Dunn Umnik
The crafty diva's D.I.Y. stylebook: a grrrl's [sic] guide to cool creations you can make, show off, and share by Kathy Cano Murillo ; illustrated by Carrie Wheeler ; photography by John Samora
Scrapbooking made easy! by Jill A. Rinner
The joy of beading: more than 50 easy projects for jewelry, flowers, decor, accessories by Anna Borrelli ; translated by Rosanna M. Giammanco Frongia
Derek, the knitting dinosaur by Mary Blackwood ; illustrations by Kerry Argent
Extra yarn by Mac Barnett ; illustrated by Jon Klassen
Lester's dreadful sweaters by written and illustrated by K.G. Campbell
Penguin in love by Salina Yoon
Pockets by Jennifer Armstrong ; illustrated by Mary GrandPré
Artist Ted by Andrea Beaty ; and [illustrations,] Pascal Lemaitre
I'm the best artist in the ocean by Kevin Sherry
NOTE: Support will be available only for photo editing applications installed on the library's public computers (such as MS Office, Paint and Paint.net, but NOT Photoshop or Photoshop Elements) or programs and services accessible from the internet. Come prepared to start or continue your own digital photo project. If you’re starting with printed snapshots, bring them with you. If you have digital photos, bring them on a portable device such as a USB drive or a camera memory card (such as an SD card).