ROCKLAND — “The perfect rainy day craft,” said Rockland Public Library, in a news release.
Visit the Library to pick up your bag of supplies to make your own “stained glass” flower.
“Using a donation of lighting gel samples, we will be brightening up the Midcoast one window at a time!” said RPL.
This craft is for kids and adults. Join RPL June 7-12 for another craft.
Visit the Rockland Library Children’s Room for your bag of supplies.
Get crafting at home with the contact paper and color gels included.
Place in your window to add color to your home.
Snap a photo of your creation to brighten up everyone's day.
(This craft includes gels typically used to tint and color correct theater, cinematography, and photography lighting!)
Rockland Public Library is open Mon, Wed, Fri 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Tues &Thurs 10:00 AM –5:30 PM & Sat 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
All youth living in Knox County can open a library card for free thanks to the fundraising of our volunteers, the Friends of the Rockland Public Library. Did you know that you can use your Rockland Public Library card to check out ukuleles, djembe drums, a yoga mat, binoculars, and a telescope? Call (207) 594-0310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.