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Library offers class for snowman lovers

December 31, 2013
The Times Observer

Crafter Meg Robeson will offer an altered bottle Snowman craft class at the Warren Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 25, at 10:30 a.m. in the Slater Room. Pre-registration and a $5 supply fee (non-refundable) is required. The maximum enrollment is 20 participants . In the class, which is open to adults, teens and tweens accompanied by an adult, the participants will take a small bottle, add a clay head, use stickers for a word, create a crown and necklace, top it off with a scarf and glitter, and add glitter and more glitter for a finishing touch. The supplies provided include the bottle, the head, buttons, mica flakes, glues and items to create a crown. If participants have a small snowflake or something special to add to their snowman, they should bring it along to class. A sample of the finished project may be viewed when you stop in the library to register and pay your supply fee. Questions about this class should be directed to Meg at 757-8525.

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