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Join us for this author event featuring knitter and mountain climber Laurie Doran on Monday, January 25, 6:30 pm.
Doran will talk about her quest to knit a variety of mittens from mountain regions around the world using ancient techniques and indigenous materials. The mitten patterns from around the world gave her insights into other cultures and her mountaineering experiences led her to a reverence for the mountains and respect for harsh climates.
Laurie has had several articles published in local newspapers and her stories are published in the books “Knit Lit” and “Knit Lit (too).”
A selection of Doran’s mittens are on display at the library throughout the month of January, including mittens inspired by Andean Mountains, Mount Everest, Norway, Nepal, and Maine.
Day & Time: Monday, January 25, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Location: Second Floor Seminar Room (near the Reference Desk)
Contact: Sarah Brown 207-725-5242 ext. 510 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Henna is a safe and temporary way to create body art.
Bring a design you wish to have drawn on your hand with henna.
Not recommended for those who plan to go swimming or participate in sports in the following 24 hours after henna is applied or the design will wear off.
Limit 10 people. Registration required, open to teens entering 6th – 12th grade.
Call 725-5242 x225, stop by the YS desk or email to sign up.
Day & Time: Thursday, July 16, 3:00 PM
Location: Morrell Meeting Room
Contact: Melissa Orth 725-5242 x225 | email@example.com