Just to double-check…
Did your students love the Arthur Slade: Author Study?
Couldn’t get enough of the Chinese Jewelry Workshop?
They are going to be excited to hear that they have another chance to be part of these great events (among others)! We have a little something for everyone. Here are some HCL events for teens that are occurring in the month of November:
Robotic engineering for the tech-savvy girl, held at Central Branch.
November 29 will focus on The Hunchback Assignments, held at Elkridge Branch.
This last session will be on cross knots and prosperity knots, held at East Columbia Branch.
Be among the first to read exciting new books before they are published, and get service learning hours! Held at Central Branch.
Amy Stephens – Howard County Library Glenwood Branch
They’ve appeared on silk paintings from the Western Han period, been recognized in Buddhist carvings of the Northern Dynasties period, and even been spotted on bronze vessels as far back as the Warring States period.
We’re talking about Chinese knots!
Now students can fashion their own knotted jewelry in this three-session workshop. Artistic students will love creating beautiful, intricately woven knots while gaining an appreciation for this Chinese art form. Each class focuses on a different pair of knots, with a two-hour length that allows students to practice and master each knot at their own pace. The first session happens at East Columbia Branch on Saturday, September 18 at 2 pm. Register online or by calling 410.313.7701.
Rachel Reznick – East Columbia Branch