The Concord Free Public Library (CFPL) will host a free four week knitting workshop at the Main Library for children in grades 2 and up on Mondays beginning March 21 at 4pm.
Knitting is a great activity to encourage children’s creativity, concentration, relaxation, and even math skills! This program is perfect for beginners as well as children looking to advance their skills. Diane Johnson of Knit and That will teach children the basics of knitting – knit/purl stitch, casting on or off, and increases/decreases – while helping each child make their own stuffed bunny rabbit. The workshop includes yarn, knitting needles, and a pattern. The workshop is intended for registrants to attend all four weeks. Register by visiting the Event Calendar at concordlibrary.org.
Thank you to The Friends of the Concord Free Public Library for generously sponsoring this program.
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