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Teen Crafting Party



Remember the Pokemon craze? Not the one from 15 years ago, the recent one that occured over the summer and prompted an unexpected increase in physical activity and also some undesirable consequences. Anyway, the game centered on Pokeballs and this Friday you have an opportunity to sew your own at the Novato Library crafting party. In addition to the Pokeballs, learn how to make duct tape wallets and take part in other bottle cap crafts. Materials and basic hands on instruction provided and light snacks, too. This program is for students in the 6th–12th grade. Space is limited. Signup and code of conduct required.

If You Go:
When: Friday, December 23 from 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Where: Novato Library 1720, Novato Boulevard
Cost: Free
More information available here.

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