Friday, June 30 6pm – 7pm
Rock wrapping is an art form rooted in Japanese tradition. Wrapped stones guided visitors to Japanese gardens along a recommended route or the correct spiritual path. Today, there are many variations of rock wrapping using a variety of materials. For this program, attendees will learn two methods of rock wrapping to create their own serenity stone. Bring your own favorite rocks to wrap, or look for some in local riverbeds, beaches or hiking trails. Somewhat symmetrical and smooth, palm-sized rocks work best. We will have a few rocks here to choose from, as well as all other necessary supplies. Spots for this program are limited, please call 860-873-8248 or use the link below to reserve your spot!
Calling all young writers! Children age 8-12 are invited to join us at EHFPL on for some fun writing games, exercises, and challenges this summer. We will focus on imagination and creativity as the children create their own stories in a friendly and informal setting. The goal of this club is to boost self-esteem and confidence while we share the passion for reading and writing. Sign up by calling the library at 860-873-8248 or use the link below.
Are you interested in the art of floral arranging? The library is partnering with a specialist, volunteering from Ballek’s Garden Center on May 11 from 6:00 to 8:00pm, who will demonstrate how to create a spring floral arrangement. All participants will go home with a beautiful clay pot arrangement to give as a gift or keep for themselves. There is no cost for this program, however donations are appreciated. Space is limited, so registration is required.* Sign up online or call EHFPL to reserve your spot. This event is graciously sponsored by the Friends of the East Haddam Free Public Library!
*This program is now full, thank you!