Wednesday, October 22, 2014
No Rules Teen Program!
Our teen librarian should really clarify what she means here. Kitchen Sink Crafts is a repeating program for students in grades 6-12 and college that tends to occur on no school days like fall and winter break. As for that no rules thing, it is more of an "anything goes" policy. You see, each teen program done at the library has supplies for 20-30 teens. What happens if only 10 teens show up? Our teen librarian is left with those supplies and after years and years of programs, our library owns a strange array of craft items, like bottle caps and clothespins. We do not repeat programs and throwing away perfectly good items would be downright wasteful. Thus, Kitchen Sink Crafts was born. For a whopping three hours, we lay down tablecloths, throw open the craft cabinets and let the creating begin. We are making nothing and everything all at once. Perhaps you can find a use for a few of those plastic eggs we have left over from when we made dragon eggs during one of our Harry Potter programs. Or maybe you missed it when we made a Wookie tissue box cover and desperately want to make one. Either way, we've got you covered. The fun begins this Friday at noon and registration is recommended.