Category: Adult Programs

Make Nature Suncatchers


  1. Take a walk and collect bits of nature – leaves, flowers, seed pods, sticks, etc. If using fresh items, be aware that after some time, the finished product may appear cloudy due to the moisture content.  You may want to either dry your items (place on a towel or screen for several days until they are free of moisture) or press them (place flowers and leaves between the pages of a heavy book until flat and dry) first.
  2. Peel the paper backing off of one plastic sheet.  Placing the sheet sticky side up on a table, arrange your nature items in whatever way you like, leaving some room around the edges.
  3. Once satisfied with your arrangement, peel the paper backing off of the second plastic sheet and place it sticky side down on top of the the piece containing your nature items, smoothing out air bubbles and ensuring that the edges of the plastic are sealed together.
  4. Optional: Cut plastic into your shape of choice. 

3D Printing and Tinkercad

We love hosting our 3D Printing classes at the library! Did you know that you can learn how to design a 3D object from your own home using Tinkercad? Save whatever you create and print your item at the library when we reopen. Signing up for Tinkercad is free and allows you to save whatever projects you work on.

Wild Rose Elixir

Roses can cool heat, reducing pain and inflammation. They are anti-viral and high in Vitamin C, helping to build the immune system. They support the circulatory system, toning blood vessels and reducing high blood pressure. They are a nervine, helping to calm the nervous system and soothe the emotional heart space (feelings of anxiety, depression, broken-heartedness, loss, grief, trauma, etc.).