What kind of yarns could yarn tell if yarn's gangly limbs could be untangled? If yarn could tell a tall tale yarn, why is it that "yarns" the stories can curl up next to an s, but knitting yarn eschews the adornment of the plural? Yarn must accept its unique destiny--unless someone knits a story into the air, telling yarns that alter the existential trajectory of yarn. So we, too, must accept the inevitable trajectory that leads us to our last Saturday Storytime of the summer. Join us as we whip yarn into our own pom-poms, plus enlist readymade pom-poms, to create . . . any creature, collage, or sculpture we can wire, glue, and spit together. We'll start by reading books about soft animal pets in honor of our real-life puppy guest, Emma, who is part poodle, part Saint Barnard. If all goes according to plan, Emma will stop by to make new friends and revel in the pets--and pets! Hosted by Yvonne Brooks. All ages welcome. Free.
Saturday, August 24, 2019 - 11:30am