ALLENDALE, N.J. — Allendale's Lee Memorial Library has several opportunities for children to seize creative control after school.
Classes are held at the W. Crescent Avenue facility.
Crafternoons – Every other Thursday from 3 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., Crafternoons are open to children ages 3 and up. Multiple crafts for every age will be on display for children to make at their leisure. All crafts are first-come, first-serve. No registration required.
Make-It Day – Every other Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., children ages 7 and up will be invited to learn a more intricate craft or trade item. This requires supervision from the parents or sibling to use hot-glue guns, staplers, sewing machines, scissors, and other more advanced crafting materials. No registration required.
Art and Technology – On the alternating Tuesdays, children ages 7 and up can learn to create art using technology. Each session will concentrate on a different aspect of coding or design. All participating children must have an email address to attend this program. No registration required.
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