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Join this informal group to stitch, knit, crochet or craft items to be donated to local or national programs. Bring your ideas, enthusiasm and skills or learn new ones. We have some supplies, notions and 2 sewing machines. You may bring your own machine. This month we'll be working with Ryan's Case for Smiles making pillowcase for kids at Martin Memorial Hospital, helping kids feel better to heal better.
- 1/3 yd. fabric for border, 3/4 yd fabric for main pillowcase
- Fun, bright 100% cotton fabric with kid-friendly designs, no flannel
- We have some material or bring your own donation
This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Martin County Library System, Inc.
Gateway to the Arts is a grant funded art studio located in the Golden Gate neighborhood. The studio is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:30pm with open studio events and classes taught by local artists . For more information please call the studio at 772-324-8598 and visit our facebook or instagram pages.
Gateway to the Arts is funded by the Library Foundation of Martin County, Inc. and the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Inc
The purpose of the Martin County Library System’s Flight Simulator, located at the Robert Morgade Library’s idea lab, is to:
- Introduce the world of STEM through aviation to the area’s youth
- Allow those interested the opportunity to experience flight before taking on the financial responsibility of actual flight lessons.
- Provide those who cannot obtain a pilot’s certificate the opportunity to learn to fly.
- Provide pilots the resource to practice flights prior to actually beginning their journeys.
Twilight Sparkle and pals must go on an epic journey to defend their homeland of Equestria from fearsome invaders. Along the way, the ponies make a number of new friends, including a pirate crew.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Martin County Library System, Inc.
Bring the whole family and enjoy good books, music, and musical instruments. Designed for ages 0-5 but includes fun for all ages.
This program is designed to teach children aged 0-5 years through music, actions, and the use of musical toys. Participants will use shakers, rhythm sticks, the parachute, and other manipulatives to learn vocabulary, patterns, and to follow directions.
Love to write, but struggling with writer's block or lack of motivation? Do you have a story you want to put on paper? Maybe you would like to leave a memoir for your family. You are not alone! Overcome your concerns and learn confident, effective writing with the members of the Cummings Library Write Club. Our group encourages and fosters creative writing by providing support and networking opportunities for both aspiring and published authors in all genres. The initial portion of every session includes an in-depth presentation on writing such as narration, character and plot development, dialogue and other concepts that will improve and enhance your story. During the balance of the session, members read what they have written for valuable feedback from other members to hone one's skill. Join us on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month. Registration not required.
Facilitator: June O'Brien