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Story Time at Lansing Library/CADL

I had a BLAST yesterday morning sharing stories, Lester Fizz, Bubble Gum Artist and Sky Color, with a wonderful group of kids and adults.  I was happy to be a guest artist and read two stories about youthful artists.  After books, everybody made peace signs (or approximations of whatever) on paper plates, with glue and assorted “stuff.”  Thank you to Miss Cassie (CADL Youth) for inviting me!

Old Water Bottles—What Are They Good For?

They are good for Delta Township! Join the Delta Township Senior Council to make flowers from recycled  water bottles and learn a new craft.
July 18, 2017
6:00p.m.
in the Sharp Park Shelter, 2401 Elmwood, Lansing MI  (just north of Lansing Mall)
We will create more “pizzazz” for the park.  Transform water bottle into flowers that will decorate the park’s fence.  Wear your painting shirt!

Coloring Club Coming up!

Join me for Coloring Club at the Delta Township District Library (DTDL) on Thursday, June 22nd—-1:00-3:00PM! It is a pleasant and enjoyable activity for adults, 18+, and it is free. Come have some calming and relaxing coloring fun with markers, pencils, crayons, and coloring sheets. The library is just east of Lansing Mall and driveway heads east off of Elmwood Drive.  Very light refreshments served and we meet the 4th Thursday of each month. Please note the room change for JUNE*******See me in the ELMWOOD Room on June 22nd!

Summer Art Camp

I am teaching a session at Lansing Art Gallery’s summer camp—I am looking forward to it!  (LAG)  There are various concentrations and it is always a great experience–for the students and the teachers!  Scholarships are also available–contact Ms. Sydney Richards at the Gallery.  I am teaching FUN WITH FIBER in August where we’ll try out finger knitting, crochet, weaving, stitching—get in the groove with fibers!

Amazing Exhibition!

The Muskegon Museum of Art  (Edward Curtis) is hosting an exhibit of photographs until September 10th.  It shows prints of Edward Curtis’ photographs of Native Americans in the Northwest and Southwest.  I went on Sunday and walked around for 2 1/2 hours and did not see and absorb everything.  It is a fantastic show!