Learn How to Make "Recycled Calendar Craft" at Hawaii State Library | Arts & Culture
“Recycled Calendar Craft,” a free program for adults, will be presented at the Hawaii State Library on Saturday, January 28 at 2 p.m. This program will be conducted on the second floor balcony of the Art, Music & Recreation Section.
Local crafter Evelyn Nakamura will teach participants how to turn old calendars and reclaimed paper into gift and goodie bags in this make-and-take program. All craft materials and tools will be provided.
The Friends of the Library of Hawaii is sponsoring this one-hour program. Class size is limited to 20 adults; registration is required. To register, please sign up at the Art, Music & Recreation Reference Desk or call the Library.
Contact the Library two weeks in advance if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed.
The Hawaii State Library is located at 478 South King Street. For more information or to make a seat reservation, please call the Library’s Art, Music & Recreation Section at 586-3520.
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