Preserving Life and Family Stories with Sarah Merrill--How many times have you said someone should record the family stories that are told around the dinner table or during the holiday get-togethers? As time goes by, those stores become lost to future generations -- unless someone does record them. Join Sarah Merrill in this 3-part series beginning Monday, October 20 at 6:15pm. Merrill, a member of the Association of Personal Historians and a graduate of Middlebury College, will guide you in the various ways to not only record but bring a story to life. Registration is required for this series.
Thursday, 10/16, 6:15-7:45pm
Open Your Etsy Shop with Kristen Romans of Silver Ranch Jewelry
Kristen will share her experiences and methods of opening and maintaining a vibrant Etsy shop for your hand-crafted goods using a PowerPoint presentation, followed by a Q&A session. Etsy is one of the world's largest online shopfront platforms and thousands of crafters and artisans are finding it the easiest way to reach out to customers. Registration is required.
Cossitt Library is hosting its new "Book & Movie Month" series, featuring the prolific Norah Ephron. Read the books, watch the movies and at the end of October (date/time TBA), join up for Tea & a Chat!
Crafter's Cafe Night: Don't you just love these ruffled scarves? Join Paula on Thursday, 10/23, 6:30pm for "Knit a Ruffled Scarf" as she teachs how to whip one up in a matter of hours (yarn supplied; bring a pair of #10 knitting needles). Registration is required; Teens are welcome to join the fun!