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Wednesday 03 October 2012, 12:10pm - 12:50pm
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Sock Yarn Dyeing Demonstration

presented by Deb Waggoner,best known as an instructor at "yarn" store in Hutchinson. Visit her web site, Two Windows Dye Company, http://www.twowindowsdyeco.com 

 

Bring your brown bag lunch, or pre-order a sandwich lunch from the Bookworm Brew**, for these free 40 minute programs. No registration needed and the library will provide bottled water. Questions? Contact Annette, 620-663-5441, ext. 132 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

**Please call Jan @ the Bookworm Brew Coffee Bar at least one day before each program to place your lunch order. His cell number is 620-899-9718. The Bookworm Brew is located in the library, on 1st floor, below the mezzanine.

 

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