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Summer programs for kids at Packwood House Museum

LEWISBURG — Packwood House Museum’s 2019 Summer Programs for Kids will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays, June 18 to Aug. 13, at the museum’s Tour Center, 15 N. Water St.

Programs are free, but registration is required. To register, call 570-524-0323.

June 18

Beginner’s Weaving, ages 6 and up — Tae Lingle will show kids how to make their own loom out of cardboard. A small weaving project will also be completed. Limited seating.

June 25

The Great Renaldo — Come one, come all! Step right up and see the show! The Great Renaldo will wow you with his 1950s style magic show. Open to all ages.

July 9

Bottled Sandscapes, ages 5 and up — Ever wanted to learn how to make beautiful layered sand art like you see in those decorative bottles at the shore? Susan Colon will show you how to take sand and make it into little works of art.

July 16

Wool Felting, ages 10 and up — Collette Frantz will teach students the wet felting process using colored wool roving to make a small coin or objects pouch.

July 23

Rock Painting, ages 5 and up — Barbara Baker will supply the rocks, or you can bring your favorite one. Dress to paint.

July 30

Fairy Gardens, ages 5 and up — Susan Colon will show students how to take simple, natural craft items to make a fairy house. You may bring special items to incorporate into your design.

Aug. 6

Fairy Furniture and Accessories, ages 5 and up — Susan Colon will lead the class using natural and other items to make rugs, furniture and pottery.

Aug. 13

Folktales — Welsh-born Fiona Powell, dressed as a weaver, will delight kids of all ages with folk tales from around the world as she spins at her wheel. Open to all ages.

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