2013 Saturday Events
THE MUSEUM IS OPEN 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Every SATURDAY RAIN OR SHINE May 25th-August 24th. Bring a picnic lunch and relax.
ADMISSION: Adults $5.00 ; Children aged 12 and under free.
Note: Due to circumstances beyond our control the schedule may change. Please verify by e-mailing: infohttm.org or telephoning us at 570-247-7175 (leave a message).
May 25 - Opening Day: Carpentry (Keith Darling), Blacksmithing (Chris Smith), Spinning (Cats Cradle Spinners),
June 1 - Sheep Shearing (Rodger Thomas), Felt Making: Felting for Children and Adults (NIH).
June 8 - Knit a baby hat by hand or machine: Crankers welcome!(Louise Neu) Create a baby hat for donation. HTTM will supply yarn and needles, or you are welcome to bring your own.
June 15 - Historical Plants (HTTM Gardener) and Natural Dyeing: (Esther Welden) NIH
June 22 - Rugs, Rugs, and More Rugs (Marleta Anderson) Hooked, Braided, Woven Rugs. Braiding for Children (NIH)
June 29 - Flax Day (Pamella Mawhiney-Wood)
July 6 - Young Hands and Young Hearts/Youth Day: For Young & Young at heart: Spinning, Weaving, Plant Dyeing, Drop spindle (Kathy Halton). Story Telling (Joy McCracken) NIH
July 13 - Bobbin Lace (Marilyn Calandra, Bill Bartlett)
July 20 - Tape Looms and Lucets: Keep your pants up and your shoes on, making straps (Joy McCracken) NIH
July 27 - Indigo Dyeing (Pamella Mawhiney-Wood)
August 3 - Beautify Your World: Learn Patience, Industry and Your Alphabet: Embroidery (Valeria Hill, Jean Spencer) (NIH)
August 10 - Exotic Animals: Angora Rabbits, Pygora Goats (Eve Herrington, Alice Rae Clock). Knitting (Janette Smith & Family) (NIH)
August 17 - Guest Lecturers: 1:00 Victor Hilts - Did They Really Spin That Much?: Finding the Evidence. 2:00 Patricia Hilts - Understanding the Artifacts: Spinning Wheels, Looms and Their Civil War Revival.
August 24 - Guest Lecturer: 11:30 Tom Knisely - Rag Rugs. Tom will introduce his new weaving book.
To volunteer or demonstrate at HTTM contact Esther Welden via e-mail: infohttm.org
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