Crafters if all kinds are invited to the Sandstone Public Library every Tuesday evening from 6:30 until 8:00 p.m.. Knitters, spinners and weavers gather with other handy crafters to share projects and accumulate new ideas. It’s a great time and a great place to meet.
One of our patrons made the positive comment that “Libraries have really changed in the past few years”, and he was right. Now, we like to consider ourselves the gathering place for the town, a place to feel comfortable and to share thoughts and ideas. Each month we host the Sandstone Book Club, the Friends of the Library meetings and any other group who wants to meet here. Everyone is welcome at the Sandstone Public Library.
Photos from craft night:
Some examples of beading Instructor Mary Reynold’s bead work
Beginning beading was taught one night. More classes will follow
Tuesday evenings at the Sandstone Library are open to crafters of all ages
Jeanne Coffey, Sandstone Library Branch Manager