Crafts are offered as in-library events or take-home kits, depending on the craft.
- Make & Take Events take place at the library.
- Take & Make Kits can be taken home to complete at your leisure.
Events and kits are free of charge. Most or all supplies are provided.
Space and supplies are limited, so register as soon as possible.
- Registration generally opens at the beginning of the month.
- If registration is full, you may join the wait list.
- Some events have a no-show charge. You must cancel prior to noon on the day of the event.
Available while supplies last. Click on a craft kit for more information.
Absolutely NO good art allowed! If your crafting projects belong in a slideshow of Pinterest Fails, this is the program for you! We’ll end with a bad art exhibition and voting, with prizes for the worst art.
The supplies may be gone, but the instructions, videos, and templates may still be available.
Turn an extra wine glass into an elegant little lamp. All supplies are included.
Learn how to make a bouquet of peonies out of coffee filters.
Boost your summer decor with this colorful dragonfly!
Learn how to create an adorable basket with yarn and a bit of simple weaving with our take-home kit and instructional video.
Create a portrait of your family pet with watercolor!
Learn the basics of yarn painting and create a simple piece of art.
Create an easy, beautiful wreath!
Learn how to make three different cat toys: a rattle ball, a wand toy, and a fabric spider.
Make a simple shampoo bar and a Lemon Poppy Seed Soap using all natural ingredients.
Learn to create big, beautiful bows!
Try out this easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images!
Create a spooky light-up mini ghost for Halloween!
Create a fall or Halloween themed pumpkin with a literary flair!
Learn a few simple techniques for embellishing seashells!
Learn how to create two types of dog toys!
Learn how to transfer vintage botanical prints to wood to create unique decor.
Create a jewelry holder perfectly matched to your décor.
Create two spring greeting cards using decorative strips of paper.
Create a winter snowman who won't melt when the sun comes out.
Create a sweet, woodland friend out of a pinecone and some simple supplies.
Every dark winter day needs a bright, snowy sparkle, especially one that won't melt!
Add some sparkle to your holiday décor with two glittery ornaments! Choose from an in-person event or take-home kit.
You don't need to be an oenophile to love these little pumpkins! Choose from an in-person event or take-home kit.
Bring a touch of nature inside with this chic mobile.
Learn the simple art of pressing flowers, and use spring's beauty to add a warm, inviting ambiance to your summer table with this easy luminaria project kit.
Fly through your next book with an adorable felt bookmark! Project requires sharp scissors and a hot glue gun/craft glue. All other supplies are provided, and no return is required.
Celebrate spring with these colorful string Easter eggs. Get your hands (a little) messy with this easy, fun craft–great for doing on your own or with a child!
Doodle your way to décor! This fun, colorful accent piece requires only a few materials and is a great way to spark your creativity without stress about creating a fancy final product.
Creating a mandala can be a calming, meditative experience that leads to feelings of happiness, peace and well-being, eases stress and anxiety, and activates creativity and improves focus.
Are you giving gift cards this holiday season? Give your gift a thoughtful touch by delivering it in this origami holder complete with matching ribbon.
Create a fun gift for a tea-lover in your life or as a cute take-apart decoration and also learn how to fold an origami star.
Turn an ordinary grocery bag into a rustic, hand-woven basket, perfect for holding small items or a special gift for a loved one. Kits available while supplies last!
Create beautiful, realistic succulent plants out of pine cones!
What is process art? Simply put, it’s creating art for the sake of the process of creating rather than to achieve a specific result. For this project, you’re not necessarily trying to create a specific picture (unless you’re already a great artist/watercolorist). Use the supplies to play around with watercolors and see what happens!
Learn to fold paper origami cranes!
Create a decorative heart using strips of paper.
Create a decorative heart with woven paper. Part of the Hearts for Heroes display in June 2020.