Monday, February 8, 2010

Calling All Teens! Learn To Knit @ The Library!

Have you ever wanted to learn to knit? If you are a teen, in grades 6 and up, this is your chance! The Canastota Library Knitters are offering free knitting classes for teens during the month of March!
The Canastota Public Library Knitters will provide a pattern and plenty of assistance during this free program. The knitting lessons will be provided every Thursday evening during the month of March from 7 – 8 pm. Classes will be held on March 4, March 11, March 18 and March 25. Teens need only provide a set of single pointed knitting needles, size 7 or higher and one skein of worsted yarn. Teens should also bring their enthusiasm for learning something new.
To register for the Teen Knitting lessons, contact the Canastota Public Library at (315) 697-7030. Or, stop by the circulation desk to register with your name and telephone number.

The Canastota Public Library knitters meet every Friday morning at the library. Their goal is to offer friendship, knitting lessons and knitted items to local non-profit agencies and those in the area who might be in need of knitted items. The group is open to anyone who knits or would like to learn to knit.

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