Craft Programs

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We offer several crafts each month for those 18 and up. Check out our adult calendar for a complete listing.

Adult Craft Night

Join us for a fun craft on the second Thursday of each month from 6:00-7:30 pm. Past activities include terrariums, glass etching, jewelry making and more. Materials will be provided while supplies last.

Upcoming Crafts:

December 13: Alcohol Ink Art

January 10: Paint Pouring

February 14: Calligraphy

 Adult Pfab Lab Craft

We offer hands-on classes highlighting Pfab Lab equipment on a rotating basis on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Materials for classes will be provided while supplies last. For more information about these classes, visit the  Pfab Lab page.

Upcoming Crafts:

December 20 at 6:30 pm:Glass Fusing

January 17 at 6:30 pm: Button Making

See the Pfab Lab page for details on laser cutter, 3d printer, and embroidery machine training.

 

 Crafty Café

On the 3d Sunday of each month from 2 - 3:30 pm, enjoy a beverage while being crafty. Materials will be provided while supplies last. Anyone 12 and up is welcome to attend. Use creative glue gun techniques to make a craft.

December 16: Framed Light-up Holiday Scene

January 20: DIY Frame Desk Organizer

 

Laser Cutter Craft

On the 4th Wednesday of each month from 6:30 - 7:30 pm, enjoy a laser cutter demo and complete a craft. Choose between two crafts prepped by our laser cutter then add a personal touch. Get ideas for your own projects, featuring a different laser-friendly material each month. Materials will be provided while supplies last. Anyone 18 and up is welcome to attend.

 

 Senior Crafternoon

Work on a fun new craft on the second Monday of each month from 2:00-3:00 pm. Materials will be provided while supplies last. For more information about senior programs, visit the Senior Services page.

Upcoming Crafts:

December 10: Painted Teacups

January 14: Felt Pincushions

February 11: Glass Fusing

 

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