Library Has Creative Options for January

The St. Clair County Library System has plenty on the calendar for January to get the New Year off to a good start.

Kids can stop by the Children’s Library at the Main Branch in Port Huron to pick up a kit to build their very own stuffed bear. Once the bear is built, at the library or at home, kids can bring the bears back for Teddy Bear Sleepover Camp, where the bears will make scrapbooks of their adventures at camp. Registration is required.

Ever wanted to learn the ancient art form of Origami? This might be the year to build that lifelong skill. The G. Lynn Campbell/Kimball Township Branch, located in Kimball, will be hosting both Teen and Adult Origami classes in January. Materials are provided and the classes are free.

Feeling creative? A Fairy House Workshop will be held on Thursdays for six sessions, with all materials provided to create a fairy house of your own design. The sessions will be held at the G. Lynn Campbell/Kimball Library.

There is also a presentation on Understanding Grief and a group that meets for card games. For the full schedule of events,

Reporting for WGRT – Jennie McClelland