Wednesday, November 27
2:00-4:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m.
While mom and dad are preparing desserts and casseroles for the next day’s Thanksgiving feast, bring the kids to the library for a fun mask-making project. Retired art teacher Marlene Conti will guide the young ones in creating a fun Paris craft mask. They can do a funky human face, an animal, or even an alien if they wish—the only limit is their own creativity.
The class is in two parts: masks will be created from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. They need to dry for two hours, and then at 6:00 p.m. we’ll paint them at the library. Or, if it’s easier, you can bring the masks home at 6:00 to paint them there with your own paints.
The children should wear old clothing or bring a smock since we’ll be using acrylic paints. Children must be ten and up to participate. We also welcome creative teens and adults who want to spend a relaxing afternoon getting creative.
Please call us at 315-986-5932 to register, or stop by the library to let us know you’re coming—we’re limited to 12 participants so sign up today. There’s no cost thanks to the support of the Friends of Macedon Public Library.