Craft Corner

 

Craft Corner

Description

Make a fun simple craft with supplies and examples provided. A new craft every two weeks. This is a passive craft for children, located in the Alan and Cecilia Sands Early Literacy Center. Assistance from a guardian is recommended for younger ages.

Daily

Other Upcoming Events

Events on 10/23/2018

Tue, October 23rd / During Library Hours

Algiers Regional Library

The Pontchartrain Beach Last Ride photography exhibit ©9-24-83 by Dr. Darrell H. Richards will be on display throughout October. This exhibit features several photographs of its last day in operation, September 24, 1983. (More)

Tue, October 23rd / By Appointment

Central City Library

Designed for adults who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills and utilize the many digital resources the library offers. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 504-596-3110. (More)

Tue, October 23rd / During Library Hours

Main Library

The New Orleans Public Library is proud to announce a temporary installation in partnership with Paper Monuments, Stories Unfold. This series is designed to engage a broader audience than traditional historical markers through the combination of written (narrative) and illustrated (visual) storytelling and is inspired by HistoryPin and the American Library Association. (More)

Tue, October 23rd / During Library Hours

Rosa F. Keller Library & Community Center

The New Orleans Public Library is proud to announce a temporary installation in partnership with Paper Monuments, Stories Unfold. This series is designed to engage a broader audience than traditional historical markers through the combination of written (narrative) and illustrated (visual) storytelling and is inspired by HistoryPin and the American Library Association. (More)

Tue, October 23rd / During Library Hours

Nix Library

The New Orleans Public Library is proud to announce a temporary installation in partnership with Paper Monuments, Stories Unfold. This series is designed to engage a broader audience than traditional historical markers through the combination of written (narrative) and illustrated (visual) storytelling and is inspired by HistoryPin and the American Library Association. (More)