Eliza Goddell will be offering a Ukranian Easter egg (aka Pysanky) workshop. You will learn how to make beautiful eggs using a stylus, beeswax, and dyes. The workshop will begin with a demo and a brief discussion of the symbols used in this ancient Ukrainian folk art. Beginners are welcome. No artistic talent is necessary! For ages 12 and up.
Boston’s third annual Inventgenuity Festival is presented by Beam Camp, a New Hampshire summer camp for the applied arts, technology and collaboration. The weekend Festival will be loaded with a tremendous range of activities led by Beam’s staff of artists, engineers and big thinkers. The Inventgenuity Festival has become a popular annual winter celebration of making things for kids ages 7-14 and their parents.
Learn about food allergies and the foods that cause them at this Children's Museum of New Hampshire and Hannaford Supermarket sponsored workshop. You'll learn about alternative foods for allergy sufferers and get some great recipes too! Registered dietician Katy Magoon from Hannaford Supermarkets will be making Bananas in Blankets, among other tasty snacks for you to try!
Girls Incorporated of the Seacoast Area and the Newburyport Public Library invite teenage girls to the E3: Exploring Entrepreneurial Experiences workshop to learn about turning ideas into businesses where they become their own boss! Attendees learn about entrepreneurship and how it can affect them economically, as well as professionally, at this hands-on workshop.
What does the new year have in store for you? Find out at our Fortune Telling Program! Make a fortune teller, have your palm read, practice numerology and more! This program is open to teens and tweens. Please contact Jessica Hilbun, Teen Librarian, with questions at 978-465-4428 ext.246.
Drop-in for our yearly holiday wrapping paper workshop. This year we will be joined by Regina from the Boston Paper Collective as we learn Suminagashi, the ancient Japanese art of paper marbling. Make your own Suminagshi paper and see some examples of Ebru (Turkish paper marbling) as show above.
Tired of hitting the Big Box stores whenever it's time to give a gift? Learn about alternative gift making, share some ideas, and take something home at our sustainable gifting workshop. For teens and adults. Pre-registration required.
Have you taken a beginning beaded jewelry class, but feel like you need a little help mastering a technique or have a project or two you've been meaning to complete? If so, this is the class for you! Finish up those projects or get advice and assistance tackling new pieces based on ideas swirling around in your head.
Have you ever wished you could draw like a real artist? Or did you ever wonder how artists make images of birds, animals, flowers, and imaginary creatures to look and feel so real? If so, then this is the class for you! We'll use collage and various materials to make seasonal representations of nature's beauty. Our art teacher inspires students to create "wow" works of art and helps them discover, in surprising and wonderful ways, all the things they don't know that they actually do know and can do. This week we will have fun through art with Autumn leaves!
Saturday, February 8
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