|Fiber Art: Felting|
Event Type: YS Student|
Age Group(s): Grades K - 8
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:30 PM
Natasha Lewis from Estherís Place, a fiber arts studio, will demonstrate the creative process of wool, fibers and felting, one of the oldest forms of material. Students will learn about our woolly heritage and create a wet felted flower using wool grown in Illinois. Adults may attend.
The Russell series was established by the William Russell family in memory of Karen G. Russell and continues with a grant from the Illinois State Library. Each February and July, Chicago area experts, artists, authors and others introduce students to their art, craft or profession by providing an interactive experience.
Location: Huntley Meeting Room / All - Lower Level
Register ONLY your student on kindergarten through 8th grade. To register another student, complete this registration, return to the event calendar, and logout. Choose the program again and enter the next person's library card number. To register an adult or students older than 6th grade, use the notes box. To register family members who do not have St. Charles Library cards, please contact the ASK ME desk. Please do not use the notes box for this purpose.Contact: Youth Services
Grandparents may register grandchildren using the grandparent's St. Charles Library card in-person, at the ASK ME desk, or by phone 630-584-9390.
Contact Number: 630-584-9390
Status: We're sorry. This event is currently full.