Your local library enjoys planning great events for the community to take advantage of. Nowhere else will you find a lineup of activities that are all available for you to attend free of charge. While we offer staple programming each month, we also like to use the expertise of staff to offer unique opportunities.
On Saturday, August 27, the South Branch Library (4310 Buffalo Gap Rd.) will offer a new program titled Papercrafts, designed for all ages and starting at 2:30PM. Randall Minnick, who works primarily in Youth Services, will lead this hands-on event where he’ll introduce guests to this wonderful world.
Paper is accessible, affordable, and comes in many colors and patterns, and it can be used for more than just something to write on. With a few patterns in hand, you can turn an average sheet of paper into a wide range of projects from toys to home décor. Minnick will be on hand to show you how to get started in this craft/hobby, as well as provide you with an array of templates (of varying skill levels) so you can create something that appeals to you.
The more you create, the better papercrafter you’ll become to inspire you to continue to build more elaborate projects. We’ll supply all the materials you’ll need for this event. All you need to do is come to your South Branch Library on Saturday, August 27 at 2:30PM and be ready to have fun with this new art form. For more information about this event, contact Randall Minnick at 325-698-7565, and as always, feel free to keep up with all of our events online at www.abilenetx.gov/apl/EventsCal.