Ariz. (June 20, 2018) – Learn do-it-yourself craft activities in June and July
using the Show Low Public Library’s “makerspace,” a resource center with
specialized computers, machines and supplies. The program, called Creation
Station, consists of a series of free, self-led activities, including animation,
knitting, quilting, card making, crocheting and jewelry making, held at the library
at 181 N. 9th Street in June and July.
The activities are open to all ages (children 11 years and
younger must be accompanied by an adult), with the exception of a two-part session
teaching and developing animation skills. This class will be held Monday, June
25, and Thursday, June 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. for ages 12 years and older.
All activities in July are drop-in sessions between 1 and 4
p.m., allowing participants to stay the entire three hours or enter and leave
at any time. Crocheting and knitting are offered Monday, July 2, and Thursday,
July 5. Jewelry making follows on Monday, July 9, and Thursday, July 12. Make a
rubber stamp on Monday, July 16. On Thursday, July 19, Monday, July 23, and
Thursday, July 26, participants are free to choose whichever activity they wish
to pursue (knitting, crocheting, animation, etc.).
For more information about these activities, call the library
at (928) 532-4070.