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Get Crafty at the North Shore Library

June 9, 2010

Kids of all ages can register for the North Shore Library's summer craft programs. Stop in or call the library to register.

 

For kids in 1st-3rd grade: Design it yourself crafts, Mondays 2:30-3:30pm

June 21 we'll be designing our own flower pot.

June 28 we'll be designing our own birdhouse.

July 12 Art Trooper will be at the library to help us design our own pencil bags.

July 19 we'll be designing our own piggy banks.

 

For kids in 4th-6th grade: Recycled crafts, Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm

June 23 we'll be making flower pots.

June 30 we'll be making wine bottle vases.

July 14 we'll be making scrapbooks.

July 21 we'll be making coffee bag totes.

 

For kids in 7th grade and older: Recycled crafts, Tuesdays 3:00-4:00pm

June 23 we'll be making flower pots.

June 30 we'll be making wine bottle vases.

July 14 we'll be making scrapbooks.

July 21 we'll be making coffee bag totes.

 

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