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Hack Your Fashion

Hack Your Fashion!
The Grabill Branch Library is hosting this creative homeschool program on Monday, September 14 from 10:30-11:30am. This program is designed for kids ages 6-16. We’ll use old fleece jackets to create hats, scarves, and other high fashion.

There are lots of homeschool programs at other locations of the Allen County Public Library for all kinds of kids with all kinds of interests. These programs are free and provide a great way to learn, explore, and share with other homeschool families.

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People come to the library for many different reasons.

I love it when kids, teens, and adults come to the library to learn something new!

Today we had a room full of people doing just that. The Grabill Library’s monthly Homeschool Crafts class this morning was all about felting. We learned about needle felting and wet felting. We tried projects using both methods. We had a great time!

The next time you’re in the mood to learn something new just stop by your local Allen County Public Library.

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