Posted on September 26, 2019 at 6:00 am
Artists and craftspeople demonstrate how they create their art. You’re invited to watch and ask questions. The demonstrations in October are presented in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities Month.
Mindfulness Weaving with Diana Taylor
Saturday, Oct 5, 2–3:30pm
Tatting with Shuttlebird Tatting Guild
Saturday, Oct 12, 10–11:30am
Saturday, Jan 4, 2–3:30pm
Pen & Ink: Native American Comic Book Drawings with Emma Noyes
Saturday, Oct 19, 2–3:30pm
Saturday, Nov 2, 2–3:30pm
Watercolor Painting with Kelly Knouff-Burk
Saturday, Oct 26, 10–11:30am
Pottery: Wheel Throwing with Darryl Nitta
Saturday, Dec 7, 2–3:30pm
3D Printing Drop-In Hours
Stop by to see the 3D printer in action. Learn how to use Tinkercad software to create your 3D rendering. Get answers to your 3D printing questions.
Learn to knit with instructor Brenda Beaulieu. You’ll start with a small knitting project and then practice with the support of your fellow beginners and Brenda. You may bring knitting supplies, if you have them. We’ll have knitting needles and yarn on hand. Adults
Tuesday, Nov 12, 6–7:30pm
Mini Folding Photo Album
Create a 4-by-4-inch scrapbook folding album that you can use as a memento or unique handmade gift. Bring copies of photos and other print materials to showcase in your project. All other materials will be provided. Registration is required. Adults & Grades 6+
Medical Lake Monday Evening
Drop by the library for an engaging, fun time for the whole community. We might tackle STEM activities and experiments, art projects, games, or a mystery activity.
In December, we’ll create headbands and other decorative gear for the WinterFest Parade. All ages
Kids 6 and under must bring an adult.
Monday, Dec 9 & Jan 13, 5:30–7pm
Unleash your inner snark, blow off some steam, and take a little time for yourself with a simple and cheeky cross-stitch project. Beginners and experienced crafters are welcome. We provide the materials. Registration is required. Adults
Instant Pot Cooking
Instant Pot maven Meegan Ware shares basic tips for pressure cooking, shows you how to create at least two recipes, and passes along additional recipes that can be prepared and cooked quickly. Ingredients will be provided. Adults
Saturday, Jan 4, 2–3pm
Tuesday, Jan 7, 6:30–7:30pm
Thursday, Jan 9, 6:30–7:30pm
Tuesday, Jan 14, 6–7pm
Sunday, Jan 19, 3–4pm
Wednesday, Jan 22, 6–7pm
Thursday, Jan 23, 7–8pm
Tuesday, Jan 28, 6:30–7:30pm
Wednesday, Jan 29, 6–7pm
THE LAB AT NORTH SPOKANE
Thursday, Jan 30, 7–8pm
Explore the history and making of illuminated manuscripts, the art form that decorated and preserved books before the invention of the printing press, with Hannah Charlton. You get to create a bookmark using historical methods and materials. Materials will be provided. Registration is required. Adults
Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center
Access projects, newspaper and magazine articles, and books with cooking topics, knitting and cross-stitch projects, and other creative activities to try, using our digital resource Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center.
Instantly access digital magazines with articles to fuel your creativity, including American Craft, Bon Appétit, Cloth Paper Scissors, and Food Network Magazine, with our digital resource RBdigital Magazines.
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