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arts and crafts

A heart shaped origami bookmark
Elizabeth Graney, March 27, 2015

Are you tired of scrambling for a makeshift bookmark? Receipts, postcards and gum wrappers just not cutting it? You definitely aren't resorting to folding down the page corner right?


paper gift bows
Elizabeth Graney, December 16, 2014

Couldn't make it to our last craft program? Never fear!


Snow covered cabin with the words Holiday Handiwork across the bottom of the picture
Elizabeth Graney, December 08, 2014

Back in May we showed you how to transform old book pages, sheet music and maps into paper roses. Well, we're at it again! This time, we want to show you how to make those ubiquitous holiday wrapping bows out of recycled library materials.


Vi Ha, June 22, 2014

A common professional conversation among librarians and folks that work with teenagers is how we can better prepare young people for the highly competitive, cooperative, fast-paced work environment.


A picture with teens at the Teen'scape department
Vi Ha, September 16, 2013

I had a friend once explain to me that there are basically two ways to learn about the world: one method is to take it apart into parts, a destructive method and the other way is to experience wholly and to make models of our experiences.


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