Young crafters meet at Franklin Memorial Library
by Halei Lamb | June 28, 2018 4:23 pm
When children participate in the library’s Summer Reading Program craft projects, they can expect to do more than draw stick figures or make handprint ashtrays. No, they won’t be making life-sized sculptures, either, but they will walk away with some unique creations.
For this summer’s first session, young participants decorated maracas using a generous selection of colored markers, and week two found them coloring their very own construction paper guitars.
The Summer Reading Program ends during the last week of June, so be sure to keep a look out for remaining activities. For the latest updates, check out the library’s Facebook page and outside sign, or drop in and pick up a calendar.