Participants will decorate their very own pre-molded sugar skull using a variety of materials including royal icing/sugar paint. The sugar skull can be used for a day of the dead altar and can be reused many times with proper care.
Did someone say “spiders”? Eek! Just in time for Halloween, weave a spooky web and populate it with a family of spiders.
Spooky and Candy! You will love to make this fun craft if you don't eat it before you are done.
Paint and decorate a cute pumpkin frame and then put a picture of your Halloween costume in it.
No school today! That means you get an extra day to play games.
Create a cute Halloween lantern out of tissue paper and mason jars.
Sculpt your own creepy-crawly creatures.
Participants will learn technique of tissue paper flower making. These are giant sized.
Participants will learn about the ancient art form of paper cutting. Participants will create their own tissue papel picado banner.
It’s alive! Alive! Use duct tape and recycled cds to create a monster friend.
The Central Library will close early at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 10 to prepare for the Booklovers Ball. More...
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