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Free Drop-in 'Crafternoon' with Thinking Rock Community Arts

They will be bringing a bunch of their Social Fabric activities, and YOU are invited to join in: - Embroidering a blanket transformed by messages of love; - Making a mending list, and thinking through what mending means to you; - Adding colour to the evolving Gathering Quilt;

Free Drop-in 'Crafternoon' with Thinking Rock Community Arts
Free Drop-in 'Crafternoon' with Thinking Rock Community Arts

Time & Location

Feb 29, 2024, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

48 Syrette Lake Road, Ketegaunseebee , 48 Syrette Lake Rd, Garden River, ON P6A 7A1, Canada

About the Event

Looking for an inspired way to spend an afternoon?

Join Thinking Rock on Thursday, February 29 from 4 pm to 6 pm, at the Ketegaunseebee / Garden River First Nation Public Library (48 Syrette Lake Road, Ketegaunseebee / Garden River First Nation, ON), where they will be sharing their work through hands-on intergenerational artmaking!

They will be bringing a bunch of our Social Fabric activities, and YOU are invited to join in activities that might include: - Embroidering a blanket transformed by messages of love; - Making a mending list, and thinking through what mending means to you; - Adding colour to their evolving Gathering Quilt and custom colouring fabric; - Working on a UFO (unfinished object) collaborative project; - And other activities, as the project unfolds!

They will also be sharing information about our community-engaged work and how to get involved!

No experience is needed and everyone is welcome to join this free drop-in session!

For more information please email (info@thinkingrock.ca) or call (705) 542-1100.

Thanks to their partners at the Old Stone House / Ermatinger-Clergue National Historic Site and the City of Sault Ste. Marie for hosting Thinking Rock!

Thinking Rock acknowledges their funders and supporters - including Niigaaniin Services and Mamaweswen/The North Shore Tribal Council, the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the City of Sault Ste. Marie, the Algoma Community Foundation, the Governments of Ontario and Canada, and of course, community donors!

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