Reminder: August Crafternoons: Alien Cookies, Sewing and Planet Pendants

by beth on August 1, 2019

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Above: Mandy Roberge helped teens and tweens at a Southborough Library Crafternoon earlier this spring. Upcoming sessions in August will include decorating cookies, sewing, and making jewelry. (images cropped L-R from flyer and Facebook)

In June, I posted about upcoming Crafternoons in August. Since they start next week, it’s time for a reminder. The events are starting to fill up but there’s still room to register.

The Library is hosting more craft sessions for older kids led by popular crafter Mandy Roberge. For each program registration is required with space limited to 15 participants.

The fun is all free, thanks to The Friends of the Southborough Library. The programs are mainly for teens, but the first one is also fine for tweens.

The Crafternoons will be held on three consecutive Wednesday afternoons in August, from 3:00 – 5:00 pm:

  • from Wicked Good Henna websiteAlien Cookie Decorating – August 7
    Patrons will use a variety of techniques from royal icing, butterceam frosting and fondant to copy some templates, and of course accessorize with candy! Limited to 15 participants. For ages 10+. Click here to register.
  • Sewing 101 – August 14
    images from Southborough Library FacebookThis workshop focuses on learning the basics of sewing (threading a needle, starting and stopping a stitch, and fixing a button) and then invites participants to work on one hand-sewing project and one machine project (i.e. a scrunchie). Limited to 15 participants. Recommended for Ages 13 & Up. Click here to register.
  • from Wicked Good Henna websitePlanet Pendants – August 21
    This program invites patrons to create a planet pendant using wires and pliers, and then create a unique strand on which to hang it, using leather cording, beads and wire, or macrame techniques. This one is recommended for Ages 13 & Up but also notes that it’s most appropriate for adults or parent working with a child . Click here to register.

You can also sign up at the Library or by calling 508-485-5031.

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