*Tangible Tuesdays Series (Age 13 & up)

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10/23/2018 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Stockbridge Library
Phone:517-851-7810
Address: 200 S Wood St, Stockbridge, MI 49285, USA

*Tangible Tuesdays Series (Age 13 & up)
Roll up your sleeves and have fun with hands-on events,
every Tuesday afternoon for four weeks. *Registration
required for all sessions.
Selected Tuesdays • 4–5 p.m.
Oct. 2: *Duct Tape Magic with Joel Tacey
Create colorful bookmarks, bracelets, wallets, pouches
and more, using 50+ colors and custom templates.
Duct tape door prizes, too!
Oct. 9: *Pottery Class
Staff from Painterly Pottery will help you paint mugs
and bowls with an autumn theme.
Oct. 16: *Kitchen Magic with Ming
Ming Louie provides instruction for making Won ton soup
with pork and shrimp filling. Delicious samples, too!
Oct. 23: *Henna Tattoos with Anshu Varma
Learn about the traditional and cultural origins of henna
while creating your own temporary tattoo.

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